Co-Regulation and The Voice Of Trust

I lie down on the massage table and fidget a little, unsure whether I should close my eyes or keep them open.  My neck feels a little odd so I turn my head a few times. "Would you like a pillow?" Anna asks, and I nod.  She asks if I'd like to begin and even … Continue reading Co-Regulation and The Voice Of Trust

Reverence For the Innate Perfection of All People

I prepare to teach class the day before Thanksgiving after more nightmares and very little sleep.  I'm so tired and anguished I can barely think straight, the drive to the studio is brutal, and I go to the door full with dread and precariously low on self-confidence.  There are out of town guests and students … Continue reading Reverence For the Innate Perfection of All People

Comfortable With Uncertainty; The Grace I Give Myself

I run and I miss him.  I notice that I'm running when I've already been at it a couple miles; I'm neither enjoying nor struggling with it.  I'm merely hurtling my body through space in an accustomed way while my brain runs and runs; attachment theory, core wounds, one-sided conversations and conversations we've had already. … Continue reading Comfortable With Uncertainty; The Grace I Give Myself