The Greater Mercy

The Greater Mercy is all around us. It binds us together with nature and each other. The Greater Mercy holds us all, even when we have turned our backs on each other and nature. The Greater Mercy is a perspective that can be used in a variety of formats and settings, engaging participants in experiential and transformational work. Specifically tailored to each group, this perspective and related exercises provide opportunities to use our collective imagination to better understand our own life experiences of grief, loss, and healing. This work results in creation of new rituals for living to intentionally connect with each other and nature, and contribute to The Greater Mercy.


Experiencing The Greater Mercy Weekend Workshop

Understanding Grief and Loss, Building Tools for Healing and Compassion

This workshop has prerequisite reading and post workshop follow up (virtual). The work is designed for individuals who want participate in transformational work. This work is ideal for therapists, educators, spiritual leaders, healers, and anyone who wants to intentionally deepen their compassion for themselves and others. It is also for those who want to work on grief and loss issues, but cannot attend the 8-week course.

Please contact Jennifer Sabatier at 512-992-8725 or jsabatier@newbloomz.com for interest and inquiries. 


The Greater Mercy: Professional Retreats

The Greater Mercy for Groups: This transformational work provides a cohesiveness and sense of community for various professional environments. The curriculum is tailored to the specific needs and the time and budget parameters for your group. Participants discover and acknowledge their own unique experiences of loss, developing deeper compassion for others, and learn to merge new skills and insights into work and personal life. This work can be done over a series of weeks or days to enrich the work environment and promote a healthy work community for any company including those in the care giving, education, therapeutic, or crisis/emergency intervention fields.

Please contact Jennifer Sabatier at 512-992-8725 to set up free 1 hour consultation for your professional development inquiry.