Mourning Room

Grieving together in a sacred space

Photo of the panorama of the southern sky with Milky Way by: ESO/H.H. Heyer - ESO, under the license of CC-BY 4.0,

In the Mourning Room we connect in a mindful space.

You can voice an individual loss, a grief about lineage and family, a sadness about collective events.

The Mourning Room co-creates a space for a new culture of grieving together.

Monthly Mourning Room

Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash

The next regular Mourning Room is dedicated again to grieving Anti-Semitism:

Saturday, December 8th, 2018 

at 9 pm CET, 10 pm Israel time, 12 (noon) PST (San Francisco), 3 pm New York time, 2 pm Mountain Standard time.

More than 80 years ago, on the night of November 9th to 10th, 1938, Germans were destroying synagogues.

In the USA, a man just killed Jews in Pittsburgh.

In Europe, and other continents, Jews are attacked regularly.

This Mourning Room is dedicated to women, men, and children who were killed or had to suffer because they were Jews.


We meet online in a Video Room on Zoom:

Zoom Room:

Just follow the link downloading the Zoom App.

Then you can enter the video call. No account or admission fee needed.

Additional information about the Mourning Room on Facebook:


The monthly Mourning Rooms are a service to the community and free of charge. If you would like to contribute to the work done by therapists, trainers, and social workers on Collective Healing, you are welcome to donate to the non-profit organization Pocket Project I am in. It was founded by Thomas Hübl.

How the Mourning Room came into life

In 2017, Stefan rode his motorcycle and died in an accident. This happened 3 years after my wife Margarete had died.

Stefan had worked in the Timeless Wisdom Training I participated in. We all were shocked. In my grief, I was looking for connection.

I reached out to the friends of the Training and offered a Mourning Room on the video platform Zoom.

A couple of days later we sat together online sharing our feelings, and a space of vulnerability, silence, sadness and also joy having known him emanated. With a deep sense of gratitude, I experienced that I don’t have to grieve alone. I can connect with my tears to other human beings and in mourning together a simple beauty opens; a deep space for our humanity.

How many spaces do we have for sadness in our cultures? So many tears unfelt, so much grief unspoken. In my grief for Margarete and Stefan I have learned how to connect in the losses. Having facilitated many Mourning Rooms now I feel a need to contribute on a general level to a space that enables us to delve into this deep awareness of vulnerability and humanity.

You are invited to a Mourning Room online to grieve together.

Each of us can share whatever is important to you at this moment; an individual loss, a grief about lineage and family, a sadness about collective events. We voice whatever wants to be voiced by us, and all feelings are welcome. By presencing the voices we let ourselves be guided by tears and silence and any feeling coming up so the unseen river of life is flowing again in its own ways.

I offer the Mourning Room online on a regular basis, once a month. Some are without a specific topic, some are dedicated to a theme.

Mourning Rooms were dedicated to i.e.

Anti-Semitism, Mania Altman, The Feminine, The Masculine, Children

Personal Mourning Room

If you would like to have your own Mourning Room with friends and family, please contact me.

Honoring your needs, I set up a mindful space to honor your loss, online or at your place.

The special Mourning Room varies in price. Please contact me for further information at


Making grief not only a personal issue but a mutual experience seems to be so important.

My intention is to honor personal and collective losses to allow the souls to move in their deepest humanity.

Warmly, Joachim


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