We can’t have conversations about liberation without talking about how personal, generational, and collective trauma is blocking us from our own authentic power and conscious leadership.
I know what it’s like to hurt for the world, to feel angry, to energize that anger into action, only to later collapse into a depression.
I know what’s like to GO GO GO and feel disconnected from your body until your feelings hit you like a truck and you can’t move.
Maybe you feel like you have to show up a particular way and are afraid what people would think is they saw how vulnerable you felt on the inside. So you hold up a convincing mask and don’t get the connection and support you really need.
And maybe the work that you do, the good work, is touching into your own traumas. You get triggered and can’t seem to resolve the original source of the wound.
I’ve been there, and through somatic-based community healing I gained the tools to sit with my deepest fears, insecurities, and self-destructive beliefs.
I don’t believe in your brokenness. I believe that you are already whole but that you’ve been looking at yourself through a broken window, thinking that what you see is real.
Trauma is healed through the body and with your willingness to feel and metabolize pain.
I believe that the most powerful healing happens in community, not in individual therapy or process.
In community, you will understand how connection, deep presence, and authentic expression can allow you to access your strength and highest potential so that you can ride this wild life, do the important work you came to do, and have intimate relationships.
-Imagine what it would be like to allow yourself to be fully human, to show up in your vulnerability, take responsibility, and thereby own your power.
-Imagine what it would feel like to be with your fears in a way that still allowed you to be open.
-Imagine what it would be like to experience the full range of pleasure, freedom, purpose, and connection.
Isn’t that what you want, to accept and love yourself? Isn’t that what your ancestors have always desired for themselves and ultimately, for you?