Currently, over 70% of Americans experience regular psychological and physiological effects caused by stress. Because of this many of my clients have asked me to give them tools to release stress and recharge their energy system throughout their day. Establishing a centered and grounded space daily is the first step towards living a more conscious joyous life. This 6-step practice can be learned in just one sitting. It is a powerful tool for releasing stress and recharging your energy system. Please let me know how it works for you.
Over ten years ago, I witnessed a talk given by Marshall Rosenberg, which deeply affected me. He offered a fresh new way to connect with the heart of compassion, one that has brought much inspiration, hope and gratitude into my life. I would like to share my reflections with you about how I integrate this model with my presence practice, as a guide not only to opening up your heart to compassion but also as a path for your own spiritual awakening.
Sacred communion is the playful dance of the divine masculine and feminine forces within your relationship. Regardless of whether your connection is heterosexual, bisexual or gay, the play of the divine masculine and feminine is at work and it is these polar opposites that allow the breath of vitality and passion to assert their power. I invite you to play in a new world where partners experience wild passionate abandon as couples learn how to open each other through humor, love and presence.
Throughout my life, I have always felt a deep kinship with nature and thought this kinship was due to the beauty I witnessed in the colorful arrays of light, sound, and the rich smells of the deep canopy. However, I now know there is a deeper meaning in the beauty I have always seen in the vastness of the forest floor. It wasn’t until I began to consciously practice awareness, that I realized the presence of nature, within the trees, plants and wildlife. It is this presence that calls me back again and again.
Most of us would be skeptical upon hearing that we could experience joy through sitting with resistance. After trying this practice many years ago, during a particular difficult period of my life, I realized this was a profound meditation indeed. When I practiced earnestly, I found that a sense of deep peace and serenity began to surface during these meditation periods. As I allowed myself to go fully into these practices of non-resistance, a fleeting almost fragile sense of joy began to arise.