Laura Formentini on regenerative healing, grieving cycles and Love in Action
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In what ways can creative catharsis metamorphose the energy of grief into love which expands beyond our kin and beyond the material? How can we seek inspiration and guidance from nature’s abilities to heal and regenerate in order to recapacitate ourselves as we move through grieving cycles and put love in action?

Today we are joined by Laura Formentini, an author, nonprofit photographer and activist who has worked all over the world with NGOs and resilient people, and who has personally healed from the traumatic loss of her son’s suicide which began from a small act of kindness and human responsibility by a complete stranger and has now evolved into the conceptualisation of getting “unstuck” from grieving cycles as Love in Action. In this episode, Laura and Agrita explore the different pathways for healthy cathartic expression within the context of maternal grief, and how conceptualising the transformation of grief to love as Love in Action can help map out pathways to embodied healing which meet the specific needs of mothers (and others within grief cycles) but also regenerate their capacities to love, nurture and care.

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