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With You in Mind, Issue #29 - November, 2010 -- Death Grief - When does it stop hurting?
October 30, 2010

With You in Mind, Issue #29 - November, 2010
Death Grief - When does it stop hurting?
A Newsletter about the Fascinating Way the Mind Works


In this Issue:
Way of the Mind's Article: Death Grief - When does it stop hurting?
Mind Boggling: What doesn't kill us...
Subconscious Mind Products: Good Habits
Mind Games: Back in 1582
Mind Tickle, about worries
Bear in Mind my Upcoming Events: Extravaganza and Internet workshops
What's on Your Mind? Your questions
At the Back of My Mind - Next month's newsletter


Hello!

Looks like the economy is picking up. Oh no... Since I am already swamped with work, how am I going to handle the upturn?!!
A few of my friends passed away these last few months, and I want to share my thoughts on death grief. This newsletter also contains tidbits on good habits, worries and... 1582.
As always, don't hesitate to drop me a line about this issue or the previous ones. Back issues can be found here.

Death Grief - When does it stop hurting?

I have never understood why death grief hurts so much, and considering the pain we first feel when a dear one passes away, how it is possible to get used to it. It didnít make sense when I lost my brother to cancer. It didnít make sense when, three months later, a heart attack took my father away. Surprisingly, it finally made sense when I lost... my cat!
I have to admit that 17 years had gone by, and my spiritual journey had propelled me to a higher level of understanding. The answer actually came from my hypnotherapy training and my awareness of the role of the subconscious mind.

Where does grief come from?
Before I dive into my own story and discovery, I will attempt to list the most common reasons why we may feel death grief. Based on personal experience and on what others have told me, I have identified four broad categories.
While this list is not complete, the following reasons for death grief will probably apply to most situations. My purpose is not to write an exhaustive inventory or a scientifically accurate article, but to share my personal opinion to help my grieving readers put some sense into the chaos often associated with death grief. Also, this is just a catalogue, not a process, so the four categories cannot be assimilated to the KŁbler-Ross death grief cycle, and no reason is more valid than another.
Read the rest of this article here.

Mind Boggling
What doesn't kill us...
According to a new study, people exposed in moderation to adversity over the course of their lives are higher-functioning and happier. They are also better at handling adverse circumstances later on. So Nietzsche was right when he said "What doesn't kill us makes us stronger."

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As long as you are ready to change, it will help you achieve your goals. All it takes is 20 minutes of easy listening per day.
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Mind Games
What happened between October 4 and 15, 1582?

You will find the solution in the next issue of With You in Mind but you still have one month to think about it!

Solution of last newsletter's Mind Game:
Dominica, Mexico, Zambia, Kiribati, Fiji and Egypt all have birds on their flags.

Clifton R. was the first to send the right answer, followed by Sandra M. Congratulations to both of you!

Mind Tickle
To worry about what you don't have is to waste what you do have. - Author unknown

Bear in Mind my Upcoming Events

How to Use the Internet to Supplement your Income
This workshop will be one of two presentations at the Speaker's Think Tank of Saturday, November 13, 2010, at the Mississauga Central Library, in Mississauga, Ontario. If you are a speaker interested in supplementing your speaking business with some Internet revenues, please register by contacting Susan Lamb-Robinson at susanlamb12@rogers.com
If you would like me to present this workshop in your organization, reply to this email.

Body, Mind and Soul "Extravaganza"
Extravaganza is an energizing workshop that will allow you to connect with your Body, through Belly Dancing, with your Mind, through Picture Drawing and Analysis, with your Soul and Emotions, through Hypnosis, and with Others, through Smile and Handshake Reading.
This event will be held on Sunday, November 28, 2010 from 1 to 5 PM at the Lakeside Angel Healing Centre in Hamilton, Ontario
For details and to register online, visit the Extravaganza webpage.

What's on Your Mind?
I would love to receive your questions, suggestions or comments. If you have an interesting question, I may decide to write an article about it!

At the Back of My Mind
Watch out for next month's newsletter. I will share some infidelity advice and will feature a product to help you or your children study painlessly.

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Till next time, keep me in mind!

Frederique
www.way-of-the-mind.com


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