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Jan 21, 2022

As we move through life, each of us will inevitably experience grief. Our encounters with grief may range from relatively minor to severe and life-altering, and may stem from the loss of a friend, loved one, job, or anything else that we value.  While grief may be universal, the reaction to it can vary greatly from person to person and experience to experience. In Episode 78 of The MINDSet Game® podcast, Vered Kogan tackles the difficult subject of grief in a conversation with Karen McKy.

Karen is an internationally certified instructor in PSYCH-K®, a profound set of processes that help the subconscious mind rewrite self-limiting programs (beliefs) into life-enhancing subconscious programs. She is also a former clinical hypnotherapist and brain-mapping technician with a diverse business background, including over 40 years of experience in both the corporate and entrepreneurial arenas.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • The value of accepting that grief is a process that we all experience differently—and regardless of the emotions or reactions that arise, it’s important to allow yourself to go through the process and let grief be experienced as it needs to be.
  • Why you should plan for the grieving process in advance. Knowing that grief cannot be avoided, it may be beneficial to have conversations with your loved ones and start formulating plans for how you will proceed when inevitable losses occur—which can help you navigate the process without becoming overwhelmed by the pain of grief.
  • Strategies for approaching your own eventual transition from life to death in order to ease the process and alleviate fear for yourself and your loved ones. 

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