Grieving effectively is the key to regaining Chardi Kalaa during these chaotic times.
It has been an epic year full of historical events. We've experienced loss, chaos, sadness, and isolation. Businesses have closed. We've been disconnected from our families. We've even lost elements of our spiritual connection with Gurdwara closures and the inability to be in Sangat. What has been asked in flexibility, and adaptability, has been monumental, and at times it has been overwhelming, or even too much.
This webinar replay was aired as part of the SikhNet Wellness Webinar Series.
"We have all been impacted by this time in our history, including me. I've faced tough truths and had to make great changes in my life. Gratefully, as a Board Certified Chaplain, I have specialized training to create relief and peace amidst the most challenging situations, and I want to share some resources with you that have kept me in good spirits."
- AmarAtma Singh Khalsa, Board Certified Chaplain & Peace of Mind Coach
In this webinar replay, learn how grieving effectively is the key to keeping in Chardi Kalaa.
- What grief is
- The multiple forms of losses
- And practical tools to move through it all
AmarAtma Singh addresses some of the spiritual challenges we may experience related to faith and Sikhi, and teaches a meditation to experience the richness of our spiritual heritage.
The unfortunate reality is that we have all faced many tragedies and difficulties this last year, impacting our outlook on life. Without effective strategies, we may carry the burdens of these times that dampens our spirits with the possibility that it could affect us for years.
Amar Atma Singh Khalsa has spent the better part of the decade supporting people transitioning out of life, families grieving their loss, and hospital staff experiencing burnout as a Board Certified Chaplain and an Ordained Sikh Dharma Minister. AmarAtma Singh completed his Chaplain residency and fellowship in Phoenix, AZ, at an inner-city trauma-1 university hospital specializing in trauma, critical care, and palliative care services. He has led grief seminars to critical care nurses and coached physician residents and fellows about offering "bad" news in empathetic and compassionate ways. Amar Atma Singh continues his work in Chaplaincy and serves as a Spiritual Life Coach taking his specialized training to help busy and burnt out professionals with recovery, resilience, and peace of mind.