If Tracie Loux could go back and write a letter to her husband on the day their son took his last breath, it would read something like this excerpt from the Unity booklet Grief Is a Spiritual Practice.
Suzanne Giesemann reflects on the stigma, shock, and feeling of senselessness that are so common with deaths by suicide in this excerpt from the Unity booklet Grief Is a Spiritual Practice.
When someone you’re close to dies, it changes the calendar of your life forever. In this excerpt from the Unity booklet Grief Is a Spiritual Practice, John Pavlovitz shares how acknowledging our grief anniversaries can help us observe our pain.
In facing the death of his spouse, Rev. Ogun Holder considers what it really means to heal—and how grief can serve as spiritual practice. Read more in this excerpt from the Unity booklet Grief Is a Spiritual Practice.
It can be difficult to connect with the joy of the holiday season when we’re grieving or facing change. But as Rev. Therese Lee shares, we can make peace with our feelings and find comfort at Christmas.
In facing the unexpected death of her spouse, Rev. Therese Lee found a reminder to live the Unity principles. Learn how to use spiritual principles in grief in this excerpt from the Unity booklet Grief Is a Spiritual Practice.
Paired with a practice of gratitude, releasing your worries to Spirit can work wonders for an anxious mind and soul
You may not choose your life’s circumstances, but you can choose how you want to live—and transition I met Krista
There are five aspects of change that lend themselves to successful and comfortable change. If we choose to embrace these
Most of us will not have a chance to look out over our life’s topography and get it raked into
Loss can change the trajectory of a life. It breaks open our hearts and forces us to reckon with the
Author and minister Meghan Smith Brooks shares her grief journey after the traumatic loss of her 29-year-old son. Richard and
The emotional experience of loss is a spiritual process that will transform you After experiencing a loved one’s dying process
Affirmation: We are now and forevermore one in the love of God. Memories are as unique as we are. They
These are just a few of the many resources available to help with end-of-life issues. They were recommended by the