As we’re nearing the end of this year, I wanted to begin leaving you with some inspiration and things to noodle on as we close out 2023 and say a big hello to 2024.

One way I love to do this, whether entering a new year or not, is to do some visualization. Visualization is an amazing thing to do whether or not you’re grieving, let’s be real! But I find that, with grievers especially, we can be so lacking in hope, a way forward, direction, and any semblance of a good, full life after what we’ve been through. Loss and adversity have a nasty way of stripping that from us.

But not to fear! I assure you—and I know this not only from my own experience, but those whom I’ve coached—visualization exercises, prompts, and meditations are super powerful and very empowering as well.

They can leave us feeling a semblance of hope and optimism, and perhaps even some excitement, when we feel like we have little left in us.

With that, I’m sharing 7 ways to practice visualizing your best life after loss! What we’ll chat about in this episode is perfect for going into a new season of life or year, or can be done on any ol’ day. Zero pressure here, that’s the beauty of it.

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