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Anne Dalrymple
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Anne Dalrymple

Reading your article, Jane took me back to my Mum’s passing. It was a privilege to be with her, holding her in my arms. I remember spending many days afterwards just sitting looking out to the trees, watching life on the moor where we lived at the time. Exhausted of course, shell shocked certainly but with periods of serenity I hadn’t experienced before. It wasn’t long after that I started my journey on mindfulness. So I’m sending this with much love and appreciation for taking me back to that remembering and xxx

koru development
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Thank you for sharing such a beautiful and insightful post Jane. Your writing resonated with my own experience of attempting to move through the death of a loved one with an open heart without being consumed by sorrow. The ‘sacred pause’ is a powerful refuge during the times that you describe. Sending you and your family love. Gillx

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sheena_clarke@yahoo.com

Hello Jane,
Reading you’re words are very beautiful & been with you’re Dad Mum & Aunt so touching. Many lovely blessings for you & you’re family. Metta
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Laura
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Laura

Hello again, its been sometime since I wrote or connected with ‘myself’ since my mam died over 2 months ago. Having experienced ‘nirvana’ 4 years ago my life was blissful with a peace of mind one could only dream of. However 3 years ago difficult situations caused my life to take some sharp and painful turns that sadly detached my heart through over thinking and fear which activated my amygdala and slowly brought me back down to samsara ‘earth’. The last 3 years have been painful, my father died, I found myself in a relationship with an insecure person, I… Read more »

Linda Craig
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Linda Craig

Dear Jane, I am currently in South West France at the end of a holiday – where Ironically I have thought a lot about the loss of my own parents,. This month was the fifth anniversary of my Dad’s passing and I was in Canada when that happened in Scotland and I still feel the guilt of not being there – and the sixteenth anniversary for my mother and all memories still remain vibrant. The Mindfulness self-compassion practices you taught me are invaluable support for when difficult emotions arise. Thank you for mentioning Tara’s ‘pause’ it too helps restore self-compassion,… Read more »