Posts tagged emotional intelligence
You Are Not Depressed

Unadressed trauma, conditioning, subconscious programming, societal and media influence, and emotional repression are all ways people have learned to forget about themselves. 

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Seeing Ourselves and Each Other

I deeply, deeply believe that we are here to witness ourselves and express the authentic being we find within our bodies and our hearts. I deeply, deeply believe that we are here to witness each other too. I honestly can’t come up with any other reason than this one: love.

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The Power in Grief

December for me was a month for befriending grief. Experiencing grief isn’t a new experience for me but the intention to which I chose to dive in to it was. Leaning in to and expressing my grief has been a powerful catalyst for growth, and in allowing the grief to move through me there continues to be what I deem as sacred space created within me to continue to move toward my truth with conviction and reverence.

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Self Love Through Inner Child Work

Much of my meditations lately have consisted of me hanging out with my child self. It’s been a celebration of where we’ve come, what we’ve done to get here, and how we did it. Together.⁣

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Duality of Your Emotions

Often in working with people, I hear them express their emotions in a way that suggest there isn’t enough space for all of the ways they feel. This often elicits confusion around how they SHOULD feel, and an unknowing around whether they’re allowed to move forward embodying their new found freedom from old ways of being that weren’t serving them anymore.

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