The Neuroscience of Loss with Christina Rasmussen

To say that Christina Rasmussen has dealt with loss in her life would be  an understatement. She lost a newborn child and her husband in the span of a few years. What started was a journey that allowed her to look at loss and grief in a new way 

  • What happens when you die without realizing it
  • Living in a place between two lives 
  • How denying losses in our lives causes us to suffer
  • Why suffering is not our natural experience in life
  • How loss can help you to discover your superpowers
  • Why we must do things that are uncomfortable
  • Coping with the tremendous uncertainty of death
  • Learning to live fully after loss 
  • Finding the opportunity to be present in your life
  • Learning to recognize that you're in the waiting room of your life
  • The part of you that keeps you safe, but doesn't help you
  • Practical applications for overcoming loss
  • Learning to find proof that you're worthy of change
  • Understanding the connection between your brain and identity map
  • How worthiness starts to grow over time

 

Christina Rasmussen is on a crusade to change the way we live after loss. As the founder of Second Firsts, an organization to help people create a pathway back to life after loss, Christina spends her time speaking, coaching, and helping thousands of people rebuild, reclaim, and relaunch their lives using the most powerful tool for personal reinvention: the human mind. She's the author of Second Firsts: Live, Laugh and Love Again 

 

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