In your innermost chamber, do you harbor the secret belief that you are broken or damaged in a way that cannot be overcome?
It’s Okay to be Disgusting: Messy Change & Transformations
When things are changing or there’s a big transformation, it’s usually messy and it doesn’t look good. We often don’t know what’s happening.
Tending the Mother Wound: Ourselves, Our Families + Planet Earth
What is your relationship with your mother? Your wife? Your child? What about Mother Earth herself?
What is Ancestral or Intergenerational Somatic Healing?
The importance of healing not just our own wounds, but the ones of those who came before us . . . ultimately, they are one and the same.
Balancing Masculine + Feminine in the Nervous System
Are we all wired to fight, flight, or freeze under threat? In this video, Dara del Rio talks about the fawn or tend-and-befriend response.
Implicit Shame in Spiritual Communities
Anyone ever tell you to stop worrying about your problems because “we’re all one” or “time doesn’t really exist”?
Addiction as Protection + Protection as Addiction
Psychology Responds to Physiology In my last blog post, I spoke about the way we use addiction as a means of dealing with chronic nervous…
When Trauma Ends: Resiliency, Growth + Embodiment
What happens when we process our trauma? And what comes next? Today’s video is about stepping into deeper levels of resiliency + growth …
The Danger of “Just Letting Go”
In many spiritual communities, there’s an emphasis on letting go: letting go of old patterns that are no longer serving us . . .