Courtney and Maria discuss how the Embracing Love sessions are helping them recognize and heal childhood emotional wounds. Try out an inner-child healing visualization!
In this healing sequence of meditations we begin by filling our hearts, then reflect on prompts to help identify areas where we struggle with self-acceptance. We next visualize healing the wound that started this non-acceptance. The sequence closes with connecting to the source of love deep within our core. See the rest of the sessionContinue reading “Self-Acceptance Healing Meditation”
We begin by filling our hearts with love using a heart-centered meditation practice based on the “box breathing” technique. Then in that space of love, we walk through an inner child healing visualization. See the rest of the session in Embracing Love Zoom 2-3-22 More Embracing Love Practices
View Part 1 here “If you know how to make good use of the mud, you can grow beautiful lotuses.” -Thich Nhat Hanh Last week, we discussed the “mud” of our shadows, especially the unproductive patterns we find ourselves repeating. In part two of this discussion, we’ll focus on how loving our wounds can helpContinue reading “Growing Beautiful Lotuses from the Mud of our Shame-filled Shadows, Part 2”
In this exercise we begin by filling our hearts with love through a guided meditation, then we visualize giving love to our inner child to heal our unresolved emotional wounds. More Embracing Love Practices
“If you know how to make good use of the mud, you can grow beautiful lotuses.” -Thich Nhat Hanh In this video, we discuss embracing the “mud” of our shadows – those parts of ourselves that society has conditioned us to be ashamed of. But most of these “shameful” aspects of ourselves are simply unproductiveContinue reading “Growing Beautiful Lotuses from the Mud of our Shame filled Shadows, Part 1”
A guided healing based on visualizing our younger self receiving the love and healing needed by our inner child. See the full journey in Embracing Love Zoom 1-20-22 More Embracing Love Practices
Although self-love is a beautiful practice for bringing more love into our lives, our American obsession with self-reliance and rugged individualism can lead to unrealistic ideas that we need to become totally independent islands of love before we can love or be loved by others. But there’s a dirty little secret about self-love: for manyContinue reading “The Paradox of Self Love: How Love from Others Helps us Love Ourselves”