Hello! I am Kerri.
Writer, Designer, Grief Speaker, Mom, and Thought Leader who loves shining my light and telling my story.
As a soul having a human experience, I have often let my ego guide my reactions. On my journey, I have loved and lost, been frozen in my grief, dreamed big, worked hard and struggled with my mental health. By turning my awareness inward, my soul has guided me to challenge my beliefs and see infinite possibilities.
Through ancient Hindu texts, psychology and modern day spiritual teachings, I have derived five phases of the Soul Self that represent various markers along this ego and soul cycle.
Firmly rooted in ego and form. You, like most people, are unaware of the thoughts, emotions, sensations and desires you have and believe that reacting to the world around you is a normal response.
You take your first conscious breath and recognize there is an energy that brings your body to life. Your body is the form and you consider the soul or inner being within you or connected to you.
Here you are learning to witness your thoughts and emotions. You have begun to own your life and you recognize that by taking responsibility for what happens to you, your soul and the universal energies align to support you.
You know when you are fully present in the moment and when your focus has shifted away. You can easily move your awareness back and forth from your body to your surroundings with ease and concentration.
Now you are completely connected to your soul, your higher self and source energy, transcending your ego. You feel blissful and radiant, completely in love with yourself. Even when you find yourself back in your bodily self, you are no longer mad at yourself for being there because you embrace the perfection of the variety of the contrast.
Sharing my story is one of the greatest gifts of my life. Overcoming my fear of public speaking to talk about love, death and grief makes space for others to share their stories of loss. Each time we talk about our grief, we heal a little more.
What part of your grief does no one see? Hannah and I bare our souls to make space for others to transform through grief.
Does Grief Make You Uncomfortable? Transformative Grief.
Are you or someone you know frozen in grief? Find out how to offer support to a grieving loved one.
Have you lost a loved one to suicide? Do you struggle with feelings of guilt and blame? Find out how courageous you can be by sharing your story.
"I recognized the grief I felt for the person that I lost was equal to the love I felt for him. And the love I felt for him was a pure reflection of the unconditional love I am capable of feeling for myself."
RA MA Business School
The New Fundamentals 2021
How to be Real in an Augmented Reality
"This is very powerful, thank you for your courage. This is the start of a new and very powerful way of expression and healing." Starman
"It's amazing and extremely touching, to the point you will not want to put it down." Anna Dykeman
"As delicate as this topic is, I think you described things gently and beautifully.” Kacy
"I'm glad someone's talking about suicide, it's one of those topics that make people uncomfortable, so they pretend it doesn't exist until it happens.” Mackenzie
"I must commend you for writing about something this delicate and you honestly killed it. The way you wrote, the tone and everything was perfect.”
When my written words received more praise than my fashion designs, I quickly realized that I loved writing as much as I love sewing, maybe even more!
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