It’s been two weeks since I’ve been back from Israel. 150 of us, from 37 countries started an incredible journey of integrating our collective and intergeneration traumas, through a project called “Pocket Project.” I had a rich and intense time learning about trauma, integrating parts of my own shadow and meeting amazing people and colleagues who […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
One key reason why people don’t feel at home is because at some point in their lives they’ve disconnected from their bodies. Our bodies are our physical homes in which we live, through which we feel our connection with the tangible world, and through which we experience manifestation. The word MATTER comes from Latin materia “substance […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In today’s newsletter I want to share a couple of examples of what life can feel like when you invite more spaciousness into your life as you face challenging situations. A few weeks ago, as I was looking at a bill, I noticed that my homeowner’s insurance rate went up. It actually tripled. At first, I thought […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In this video I invite you to take a minute to slow down and to feel compassion for yourself, regardless of what challenge, pain or suffering you are currently experiencing. I’ll be holding an on-line workshop on April 7 @ 12 pm PST, titled “Restoring Connection When You Feel Chronic Loneliness and Disconnect“. To learn more or […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Once we see clearly what our particular pattern is, it no longer has power over us. From here we can learn to experience more belonging than ever before. I haven’t felt at home since becoming a refugee at the age of nine. I searched for years for a place I could call my own. Every […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I used to dislike Valentine’s day. The pressure to be in a relationship usually became stronger around this time. I would want to hide somewhere or put up a façade that I was not bothered in the least by the fact that I didn’t have a boyfriend. When I looked at couples, I imagined that […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
“Pain is the doorway to the here and now. Physical or emotional pain is the ultimate form of ground, saying, to each of us, in effect, there is no other place than this place, no other body than this body, no other limb or joint or pang or sharpness but this searing presence. Pain asks […]Continue Reading... No Comments.