There are many things that can trigger a spiritual awakening, loss being one of them. The loss doesn’t have to be a person (although it often is), it can be the loss of a partnership, loss of a job, loss of a way of life! Whatever has sent you on this journey, you’re not alone and in this episode we talk about all things relating to spiritual awakenings and how to navigate it. What has helped you when navigating your spiritual awakening?
Becoming Parents Podcast – S6 E41 – Infertility, a blood disorder, 11 pregnancies, and 4 children with Shelley Knight
Mother of four but it was quite the journey to achieve this due to my fertility journey.
Shelley is the Author of self-help books, Positive Changes: A Self-Kick Book, and Good Grief: The A to Z Approach of Modern Day Grief Healing.
The Alexandra Wenman Show: “KISS – Keep it so simple. If you don’t go after what you want, you won’t have it”
In this episode, Alexandra chats to coach, positive changes expert and former cancer nurse, Shelley F. Knight.
Shelley will be joining us for our Alchymystic Conference on 5-6 Glastonbury, 2022. To book your place, visit:
Losing someone you love or a relationship you hoped for due to a breakup, divorce, or death triggers a grief response. Other life transitions such as changes in a job or lifestyle can trigger a grief response as well. In this video, Emmi Fortin, Breakup & Relationship coach, speaks with Positive Change Coach and author Shelley F. Knight about the signs of grief and how to process and navigate it.
Life’s curve balls seem even more tumultuous when you’re grieving. Today, Shelley Knight shares her story about the loss of her stepfather, ‘Badger’, and how it impacted her to leave nursing, get back into education, and write a book for the grieving titled “Good Grief: The A to Z Approach of Modern Day Grief Healing”
Episode 16 of the Making Sense radio show is all about grief & loss. How it’s a natural part of life and how processing some aspects of your loss by talking with loved ones, seeing a therapist, or simply reading loss quotes might help you gain a new perspective and can offer some comfort.
We have the inspirational Shelley F Knight on the show, author of ‘Positive Changes’ and ‘Good Grief’.
‘Making Sense’ is an exciting new radio show that we started on Wirral Wave Radio and is presented by Alison Blackler.
Each show will be an hour of sharing experiences, asking thought provoking questions, discussing tools and techniques to help you make sense of your life. It will be an upbeat, safe place to chat about all things that challenge us as humans in the 21st century.
Grief seems to be an unusual topic for happiness but yet it is an essential part of our life – where there is life, there is loss and with any loss comes grief.
Some of us will rush through grief whilst others get stuck in it. And in both cases we don’t appreciate the positive, healing aspects of that process.
In this episode, Shelley F. Knight, a chemotherapy and end of life nurse who is now a writer and the author of “Good Grief – The A-to-Z Approach of Modern-day Grief Healing” shares how to grieve well.
Grief cannot be defined in one simple sentence, as grief itself is not simple. It is a vast and complex topic with equally vast and complex presentations in terms of signs and symptoms, longevity, and intensity.
“When we talk about grief people think it’s the death of a loved one and it’s not just that – that’s bereavement. Grief is the loss of anything with which you have an emotional connection. It could be your health, a relationship, a dream, your self-confidence, or something else.”
And yes, grief can also be part of losing someone you love. It is there when you recognize that the plans you thought you had with this person are gone. Shelley mentions after her father died that she realized he would not be there to walk her down the aisle when she got married. Or to meet his grandchildren.
When we open up our definition of grief, we can see that we are all grieving something. That is part of the human condition. It’s awkward, and it is beautiful. We do not need to hide it, we need to normalize it.
The truth is that each day, we might be letting go of a plan, a dream, an idea. It might be about meeting a friend for lunch, it might be around losing a job, or perhaps you woke up ill.
At any given time each of us is grieving something.