Liminal Space is defined as, 'a time between things.' In grief, this often manifests after the initial shock of the loss has begun to subside — but it can also surround you at any time.
'Lost' is one of the best synonyms we can think of for Liminal Space, because that's when you feel the most alone, disoriented, and unable to move in any direction.
Using this tool, you will explore your personal Liminal Space, and maybe find some ways to help yourself when you are in the midst of it. After that, try looking at The Rabbit Hole, to help uncover the necessary darkness it can hold for you, along with some ways to bring yourself out of it when you are ready.
WHAT THIS COULD HELP YOU WITH:
• Understanding that Liminal Space does exist and why you are there sometimes.
• Navigating through the necessary darkness of grief.
• Realizing that this darkness is temporary.
QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT THINK ABOUT:
• Can I be willing to look at the dark times as a way of learning about myself and my grief?
• Can I be open to shifting to feeling a little better?
• If I created some ways to feel better, would I really use them? If not, why?