Susan Vos describes herself as a healing facilitator. Her work involves helping people who are seeking to transform their grief. This work is based on her own life experience. In October, 2006, 24 year old Simon, one of her two sons, died in a kayaking accident. As well as a profound shock and a time of grief for Susan and her family, it was also an experience of deep transformation that led her to understand her life purpose. In this conversation we explore this transformation.
You can find the conversation here.
In the conversation, Susan refers to the book, Staying Connected, which includes talks and meditations from Rudolf Steiner about how to maintain our connection with those who have died.