|This research was adopted case study to explore the complicated bereavement experience of the participant, who lost his wife and daughter in the 921 earthquake in Taiwan. He was seriously hit by the heavy object, and resulted in his spinal cord damaged. This disability state made him to live on the wheelchair after the disaster. Under such bodily dysfunction and psychological grief fracture situation, the process of how to deal with his disability and mourn the grief work for the participant was an important issue to be explored and discussed. The participant is a fifty-six years old man. Three depth interviews were conducted. Each interview was last for about 50 to 60 minutes. Reflective analysis and lived experiences emergent from themselves were emphasized through this methodology. Through rereading and analyzing the narratives session by session, and comparing repeatedly the interview materials, the main themes were constructed from the contextual description. Three contextual psychological reactions to the traumatic bereavement were emerged, namely, 'from the self experience: dilemma between the function and disability', 'from the significant other imagination: sealed and unfold rituals of the memorization capsule', and 'the relationship between self and the significant other: limitless life new tasks around the changeable limbo. It was difficult to define clearly the psychological experience stage. The participant's situation was unable to be understood in terms of psychopathology. Under the intra-dynamic relations between the physical-psychological interactions, handicapped and mourning processes interweaved context made the rupture web, his renew life horizon was developed in boundless temporality.