Heart of the Living: Quashing Survivor’s Guilt & Remembering Route 91
Are you truly living or are you merely existing? After living through a tragedy such as Route 91, many of us are left feeling heavy, depressed, remorseful, and sometimes even with thoughts of survivor’s guilt, as if we shouldn’t have been spared.
Is this how you are supposed to live out the rest of your life—in guilt, shame, and remorse? Or is it time to start truly living your life with a purpose, not only for yourself but for those who weren’t so fortunate to have survived 1 October?
By not truly living each moment to its fullest, you may allow a part of yourself to die alongside those who did lose their lives. In the words of Cicero, “The life of the dead is placed in the heart of the living.” Let’s come together and reignite what it truly means to be living life in the heart. Join Catherine and Elizabeth Scherwenka for this one-hour exploration into how you can live your life with greater purpose and a deeper sense of joy.
Catherine and Elizabeth were both part of the Wellness Recovery for Clark County after the 1 October incident. They have studied and trained for over 20 years at an academy in India and have dedicated their lives to helping humanity shift from stressful, anxious, lonely states to more connected, peaceful, joyful states.
In addition to this event, Elizabeth and Catherine also offer no-cost meditation/mindfulness sessions to first responders and those in the Route 91 community who’ve been approved for integrative services through the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center. Click here to learn more.