I am still in Michigan with Amma and all the Wellness that comes from being with her.
Not for much longer though, for today is the last day, tomorrow afternoon I fly back home.
I mean, going home is nice, but leaving this enchanted place behind, is hard.
And I don’t mean the physical place.
I mean that special place of being that comes for me from being with Amma.
Daily acupuncture treatments with Dr. Weng and the company of many like-minded people have also helped and sustained me on my road to healing.
People tell me that I look better and I do feel better.
The sadness, shock and disbelief of Andrew’s death are still there, but at the moment I feel more like a witness rather than being drowned in them.
And yes, I do know that grief has its own personality, needs and traits, and I can’t take it for granted that I’ll always feel the way I do know. But right now I do, and for that I am grateful.
My heartfelt prayer for my fellow survivors is that they do not get stuck in the clutches of complicated grief, and that they too travel along the road of recovery and healing.
Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti – Om Peace, Peace, Peace