I have been receiving inquiries for 2022's Matrix Integration Exploration!
I do not have the final details, but sharing last year's information will be a good start.
Please read here, and let me know if you have any questions!
I am looking forward to journeying with you!
WOOHOOO!!!!! We have secured a wonderful location for the upcoming *We can Know Love!* retreat in Amsterdam October 22, 23, 24. It is only 15 minutes walking distance from Central train station, in the middle of this amazing city!
With all the unknowns of these times, the facility has been so wonderfully flexible, and it is a relief to know that we always have Zoom.
In this 20 minute rest we take our time to slowly and gently explore with what’s simple as a way to slow down. Slowing down is often counterintuitive so we need to learn ways to do so that feel safe. Slowing down is not easy, *and* is crucial for the functioning of our brain and nervous systems, and for the allowance of our vagal nervous system to know well being.
Inspired by my daughter heading off to college, I explore how we can help ourselves co-regulate with ourselves and our experience when we're feeling challenged by engaging cognitive conscious.
This video is resourced in Vagal nerve health and is designed to teach our brains and somatic systems how to safely orient to this moment.
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Inspired by a participant who wanted to learn how to be with discomfort more… In this 23 min rest we gently deepen into ourselves, discovering the territory “and/both.” To do so, we slow down and curiously explore the multitudes of expressions and experiences we are having. This rest is designed to bring full participation of your brain and nervous system in ways that support your well-being.
(EDITED: updated post!)
My heart is swelling.
I was to come to Amsterdam the Spring of 2020 to facilitate a retreat.
Just as the details were being formed, we got the news.
One of the many disappointments of Covid-19 was the realization that I wasn’t going anywhere, anytime soon.