As soon as I completed The Grief Recovery Method, I knew that my lifelong mission would be to learn everything I could about grief, and make it my life’s work to help others heal from their broken hearts.
Being in the grief recovery business for so long, I have made friendships with incredible professionals who I often call on to help different clients.
I host a radio show called “The Grief Recovery Hour with Sharon Brubaker,” on KHTS and I recently welcomed a guest and friend Rebecca Kellogg who is a energy mastery mentor.
She offers specialized help in energy, and is a Reiki Master.
The grieving process is intricate, and when it comes to finding a balance between life and business, Rebecca is an expert.
Previous Episode: Grieving After Separating From A Spouse – The Grief Recovery Hour With Sharon Brubaker – June 27, 2018
I myself have worked for bigger corporations where the office energy was not great. Someone who loves their job but doesn’t necessarily love their space can come and get some coaching about that office space. They may be feeling a deep grief that they aren’t getting what they want from the atmosphere. Changing yourself could change the atmosphere and how you respond to it.
Rebecca also helps people with learning how to navigate the energy of their life, their career and the impact they want to make in the world.
So what is energy?
From Rebecca’s perspective, everything is energy. Even our bodies, we have so much energy within our own system, emotions are energy.
I am truly honored to walk through the journey of grief recovery with my clients. At A time to grief, I work with clients to help them understand that unresolved grief is almost always associated with wishing things were better, different or more and that it can have to do with any unfulfilled hopes, dreams and expectations.
I am not only a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist—I am a griever. I teach in my program that grief is a normal and natural reaction to a loss of any kind. Yet, we were never taught how to grieve. Sadly, most of the information we are given immediately following a loss from family or friends is incorrect. It does little or nothing to help us feel better or to begin the healing process. So, we continue to search and search.
About Sharon Brubaker
Grief is individual and unique for every person. A person’s relationship to each aspect of their life is also unique. As such, the feelings and thoughts each person will have about the relationship that has been altered by death, divorce, or other reasons requires customized attention using proven skills and understanding.