Basia Mosinski, MA, MFA
Life at times can feel constricted or conversely feel open and in the flow. Unexpected occurrences such as the death of a loved one, a divorce, an empty nest, relocation, loss of a job or identity, a medical diagnosis, aging, etc. can make it very difficult to feel in the flow. In fact major change can cause our lives to become small and we can feel vulnerable.
Even positive experiences like a new relationship, getting married, having a baby, buying a house or relocating to another state or country, can prompt stress. Why do bad feelings occur around wonderful events? Usually, because we're not taking care of ourselves. Not getting enough rest, taking time out for ourselves, eating well, being in a stressful environment. The additional stress can cause our system: brain-body connection to short circuit.
When we feel these fluctuations between negative and positive energy, we can become overwhelmed as to what is right for us in any given moment. If we learn how to 'reset' ourselves physically and emotionally, we have a greater ability to regulate our life experience. Life events trigger our perception of how things will likely go based on past experiences. When we live that old perception as experience we create a loop that feels familiar but stuck.
I help people through the effects of grief and stress on the body with a winning, science backed 30-day nutrition program and natural cleanse. It consists of all natural, high quality, nutrition to fuel the body and release toxins at a cellular level. Once your body starts feeling better, inflammation begins to diminish it's effects on the brain, the joints and even the midsection or organs, where most stress hormones accumulate. The body responds with improved energy. The brain responds with mental clarity. After what you have been through, you deserve wellness.
The Compassionate Friends_Newport Beach Chapter
The Compassionate Friends is a nonprofit self help bereavement support organization for families that have experienced the death of a child(ren). www.compassionatefriends.org
When a child dies, at any age, the family suffers intense pain and may feel hopeless and isolated. TCF provides highly personal comfort, hope, and support to every family experiencing the death of a son, a daughter, a brother or a sister or a grandchild and helps others to better assist the grieving family. TCF’s have over 650 chapters.
The Compassionate Friends
Newport Beach Chapter
Meets every third Wednesday of the month,
from 6:30 - 8:15pm
OASIS Senior Center, 801 Narcissus Ave, Room 4
Corona del Mar, CA 92625
Next meeting: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Contact: Basia Mosinski, firstname.lastname@example.org
Selected Writings & Links
Open to Hope, 'Featured Writer
December is the Longest Month
Coping with Grief: Approaching the
Second Anniversary of my Son's Death
My Son's Death Changed My Life
Healing with Art and Humor
Tolerating the Intolerable
In December, 2013 I was interviewed on the Open to Hope Television Show, the subject was using creativity to heal loss.
In March, 2012 I was interviewed on the Open to Hope Radio Show , the subject was the death of a step child.