The sudden and traumatic death of my father Shauki Azreik, whom I held in his passing moment, marked a major loss in my identity. This type of immediate loss brought on a “fire storm” experience, which I did not have any control over. I felt the need to be held and heard in the shock of grieving. I felt the necessity of essential, inner, compassionat
When the earth beneath me shifted, I stood within this powerlessness, walking through the trauma of my psyche.
My sense of compassion for others motivates me to share my knowledge of healing from natural disasters traumas.