If there is no real or meaningful separation between me and you… how do we navigate good boundaries together?
I’m likely the person in the room that has a unique plan or perspective. I learned to be self-sufficient and to go my own way. It makes “interbeing” a challenge though.
There is nowhere to get to that is more important than the present moment.
Why do you practice?:
To know and unravel my own ancient, twisted karma and to help others do the same so we can firmly stand together in the present. Liberated.
There are countless other atrocities happening every second of every day. And at the same time, the wind rustles through the leaves, the sun is shining, a baby is born, two people fall in love.
I looked out in the distance into the big sky and felt the center of my own heart.
I’ve come to know Zen as intimacy.
My practice is what keeps me grounded. It is a source of both peace and inspiration. Truly, it’s one of the most important things in my life.
Opportunities to practice with people, places, things, or situations we don’t like can be the greatest teachers.
The goal in this way of working is to help retrain our muscles of empathy, full body awareness, relational attunement, and conscious empowered choice-making – all things that white body conditioning so relentlessly works to override.