The Parting Tails® Gift Box is a thoughtful gift you can give to yourself or family and friends who have recently lost a pet. It’s a way for people to honor their beloved pet, and to acknowledge their own grief and process it.
What’s Inside A Parting Tails® Gift Box
• Guided Journal with Stationary Paper
This bite-sized guidebook offers a suggested practice to move from a place of broken heartedness to one of wholeness and progress. Moving through this practice can help you regain your power. The journaling pages that you write on can be torn out and used to fuel your bonfire (and your healing). There’s no set rules for using it. Your heart and mind will show you the ‘right’ way to do this.
• Wish Paper
When we lose someone special, we want them to know how much we loved them – how deeply we wish for just one more day with them. Use this Wish Paper to send that love upward. Write notes to your pet on it and set alight. There’s something so magical about watching the wish float up into the heavens.
• Cleansing & Uplifting Sage
The word sage stems from the Latin word salvia, which translates to “healthy” or “to heal.” Burning sage helps to used clear negative energies and to restore self-esteem.
• Parting Tails® Forget-Me-Nots Seed Packet
According to several legends, this flower is a symbol of everlasting friendship, remembrance, and eternal love. Plant these seeds in your garden or a place where you’ll be reminded of your beloved pet.
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Parting Tails® Memorial Card
Is there someone in your life who recently lost a pet? A Parting Tails® memorial card is a great way to acknowledge a beloved pet. The heart shaped paw print is made of forget-me-not seed paper that can be planted in a garden or in a pot indoors. According to several legends, this flower is a symbol of everlasting friendship, remembrance, and eternal love. And, isn’t that a wonderful way to recognize the memories they experienced together?