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the heart connection podcast - episode 12

In this episode I talk about processing grief. It is quite a personal episode but I thought it might be helpful for some of you, as I share how I have been processing grief after my beautiful grandmother transitioned a few weeks ago.

It is so important to process emotions and don’t push them down, cover them up or run away from them. Traumatic events, such as the loss of a loved one, can contribute to creating emotional and energetic blocks in your body when not processed. Over time, it can lead to many emotional, mental, or even physical health issues.

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And if you have any questions about the topic discussed or about how I can help you to heal your chronic health issues, do not hesitate to get in touch 💖

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