The Great Saltair, Salt Lake City, Utah
Tending grief means holding it, together as a community, like the strong banks of a river that allows the river to move and flow . . . to let grief move as it wishes.
This gathering is body-based, expanding and allowing, not many words. Whether you are actively grieving for a personal loss or feel grief for the world, this twice-yearly gathering will create space in you for greater joy. Introverts welcome.
W will meet in the grassy area behind The Great Saltair at 6:00 pm. Allow 45 minutes to drive from Salt Lake City.
If you have a drum or rattle, bring it!
Here is an article by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee to radically inspire you about the importance of this grieving work.
In this video, psychotherapist, author and soul activist Francis Weller speaks eloquently about the importance of expressing our personal and collective grief. It is important not only to our own souls' health, but to the health and vibrancy of our culture. This grief ritual is both a way to make room for more joy in your life and, in the larger context, is a radical act for social shift.
You need only bring your heart and authentic self.
Please come dressed prepared for the weather, whatever it may be!