Healing Haiku for the Grieving Soul
These haiku communicate many aspects of the journey one takes after a heartbreaking loss. They capture feelings that are hard to express. They portray elements of nature that reflect our human experience and teach us how to be led through life. And they are paired with writing prompts for anyone who needs to express feelings about their own loss. Available on amazon Kindle.
Invisible Ink: The Journey Beyond Words
Through letters written to her mother shortly after her death, Kathy Curtis expressed what her own journey was like between hearing the word ‘cancer’ for the first time, and the silence that came after the funeral, three months later.
Then a few years later, her mother wrote back.
Having this two-way conversation was the most healing part of Kathy's journey through grief. Let her intimate way of writing gently pull you into the creative process that led to her unexpected peace and new ways of thinking about death.
Invisible Ink Grief Journal
The journey through grief can be confusing and overwhelming. Writing about your feelings of loss helps in more ways than you can imagine. This blank journal can be used with the online course or on your own. Available here.
I think what moves me most about this collection of memories and letters is the sweetness that winds its way through both of your voices — you reaching out into the void with openness and trust and then your mother sweetly reaching back with compassion and humor. You have touched on a profound mystery in this book.
JEANNE, "Invisible Ink" reader