Good Grief: A Modern Day Discussion of Grief and the Afterlife

Arizona Bell is the founder and editor of Spirit Guides Magazine—a publication dedicated to spiritual exploration of both physical and non-physical worlds. Bell began her writing career a decade ago as an intern at Curve Magazine and has since been widely published in newspapers, magazines, and literary journals, appearing in The Los Angeles Review, Grief Digest, Just Out, Willamette Week, The Establishment, Elephant Journal, and more. She has worked as a senior writer and editor in many fields, including international trade magazines and higher education, as well as a personal assistant editor to Hay House author Lisa Fugard.

Arizona graduated from Northern Arizona University with a B.S. in Applied Sociology and is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist. Her first book This Is How You BE: A simple guide to true happiness is available now.

She is now working on her book, GRIEF: A now-age manifesto. The book will be a modern look at grief, with afterlife research, evidence, mediumship, and everything we have learned about the afterlife. All of us suffer grief at some point in our lives, but grief can be the doorway to understanding the afterlife,  In the period of grief, we rethink our lives and the lives of those we love. In this presentation, Arizona explores grief seen through the lens of afterlife research and afterlife discoveries. Arizona is a certified grief coach, so she brings insights to the topic that are enlightening for participants.