pain is the mind

Witness the thoughts.

FOCUS IS EVERYTHING. Shifting focus from being in the epicenter of the painful emotions to becoming the space around them. Witnessing the pain, fear, anger, rage while holding space for yourself takes an edge on and allows to settle down and soften the pain. “Pain is the mind. It’s the thoughts of the mind. Then I get rid of the thoughts, and I get in my witness, which is down in my spiritual heart. The witness that witnesses being. Then those particular thoughts that are painful – love them.”

Ram Dass

June 18, 7PM – From mental blocks to intimacy & sexuality webinar

Quick reminder to Join me for this FREE New Exciting Webinar: Work through mental blocks to intimacy and sexuality Join this free webinar to become aware of your inner blockages, start moving and working through them towards attracting more pleasure, freedom and connection in your life. When: June 18, 7.00 PM Where: Online (link sent […]

difficult emotions

Managing difficult emotions

LEARNING TO MANAGE DIFFICULT EMOTIONS

“Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways.” — Sigmund Freud

… Pain. This familiar intense feeling of burning usually starts just below my navel, radiating up through my chest… Creating an excruciating pressing sensation between my breasts and moving up towards the throat. This energy – wanting to come out as a scream, a cry… Tears appearing and pouring out of my eyes. And another wave – covering me head to toe…

Webinar StressRelease May17

May 17, 10 AM – FREE Coping with Pandemic: Stress Release and Healing Meditation

Coping with Pandemic: Stress Release and Healing Meditation

FREE WEEKLY SUNDAY SERIES – In an effort to give back to the community and provide complimentary support to those who may need it, I am continuing with FREE weekly online gatherings to go over our challenges / worries, share helpful comping tips / powerful practices, meditate together and share helpful tips on staying grounded

What we have to discover

“What we have to discover is that there’s no safety, that seeking is painful, and that when we imagine that we have found it, we don’t like it.”

Alan Watts

I remember reading a book called “The happiness trap” It’s centered around a premise that happiness is an elusive state. Highly valued, relentlessly perused, rarely experienced. Ironically, the harder we try to buy, seize, or closet happiness, the less likely we are to be happy. Indeed, even talking about “how we can be happy” often leaves us with a sense of dissatisfaction – the happiness trap.

Feel perfectly free

” One is a great deal less anxious if one feels perfectly free to be anxious, and the same may be said of guilt.” Alan Watts This is so very true. As soon as we allow ourselves to feel and accept the emotion – our experience shifts from feeling a hard pain into a soft […]

Covid-19 Free Online Group Support and 1 Hour sessions available

Many people have asked me to offer shorter duration sessions online – and I happily obliged 🙂 Currently offering 1h, 1.5h and 2h support sessions on a variety of topics:

Covid Emotional Balance Support
Covid Sensual Desire Boost Support
Dealing with difficult emotions
Personal Transformation
Dating + Relationships
Sensuality and Pleasure Guidance

I feel very happy

” I know I haven’t messaged you in a while and wanted to just say hi and let you know that everything is going really well!
I’ve been doing meditation and practicing gratitude. I feel very happy and things are going great!”

M. K.
Private Session Client

Managing Difficult Emotions: P3

Managing Difficult Emotions, Three part Series. Part three. (Please read previous parts here: Part One & Part Two) 4. Processing Processing happens differently for different emotions and people Hitting a sofa with a pillow, having a temper tantrum on the floor when alone and ripping paper are great ways to release anger Crying and journaling work […]

Managing Difficult Emotions

Managing Difficult Emotions: P2

Managing Difficult Emotions, Three part Series. Part two. (Part One can be found here) 1. Awareness Naming the emotions is an important part of understanding of what is happening to you and managing difficult emotions:   “Inner Child technique” Notice if you could give a voice to the feelings you’re experiencing Can you sense/feel or […]