By Alla Renee Bozarth Ph.D
For these people operating in the course of the heartbreak of grief, writer Bozarth bargains clever and comforting suggestion.
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The body creates vivid metaphors. It may substitute other forms of weeping, releasing inner excesses in liquid form. Catching cold, developing watering eyes and draining sinuses are obvious symbols of a release that needs to happen emotionally. " To be baptized means to be cleansed, to be reborn, and to be welcomed, and tears contain toxins that are actually physically released and cleansed from our bodies when we cry. If your loss cuts deep or if it is an old loss that's been buried alive without ever having been fully Page 19 grieved over, it's important that you not be alone when you do specific grief work.
From the moment that holds you, begin anew. Page 41 Loving the Body I have lost my place. My body has become a foreign country. I no longer know its maps or rules. What languages it speaks are silent to me or frighten me to silence by their strangeness. They seem harsh. They come from nerve, and grate. Even muscle groans under their sounds. Skin erupts in the effort of trying to understand. I am dried out from loss of tears. And sometimes here are screams. Page 42 I grow suddenly dizzy, caught in the white-out of an inner tundra storm.
The ordination of this group, which created a stir in ecclesiastical circles and drew international attention, took place in Philadelphia in 1974. As a priest and also as a therapist, Dr. Bozarth practices ''spiritual midwifery,'' guiding others to find emotional and spiritual health at Wisdom House in Sandy, Oregon. Alla speaks and writes about the grief journey from personal experience, as one who has lost both of her parents and her husband. Her husband, also an Episcopal priest, died suddenly in 1985 at the age of thirty-seven.
A Journey Through Grief: Gentle, Specific Help to Get You Through the Most Difficult Stages of Grieving by Alla Renee Bozarth Ph.D