Repeating Patterns

Nature gives us lots of opportunities to observe multitudes. Whether sand divots on a beach, leaves on a branch, or the mirrored coloration on the wings of a bird or a butterfly, nature reminds us of the wonder of the natural world, while ironically, reminding us of the commonality of life itself.

My work as a Death Doula is often informed by nature because it’s the place from which we all originate and the place to which we all shall return. Getting a sense of connection to nature has always been of benefit to my clients, even those who had spent the better of their lives disconnected from the out-of-doors. We are so much a part of nature that when we dive into it, it welcomes us.

If you or someone you love is dying and need the support of a Death Doula, please reach out to Jenna at 978.760.0482

Published by Jenna Brownson

Early morning writer, mother to four, wife to one, recovering lawyer, End-of-Life Doula.

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