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What's shifted?

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What's shifted?

On a sunny California day, in the summer of 1981 Kathleen nearly broke the neck of a five year old boy. It was a backyard bbq, and Kathleen had been skipping on the side of the pool when she decided to jump in. She landed on a little boy who immediately stopped moving. 

People screamed and a man jumped in the pool and pulled the little boy to safety. Kathleen, terrified, crawled out of the pool and ran to her father looking for comfort. But her father grabbed her by the shoulders and berated her ceaselessly injecting his own personal demons...

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Come Up for Air!

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Come Up for Air!

We are in a trance state growing up. Before age 7 our brain works on a different frequency than in our adult life and what we experience goes straight onto “The Tape” - our recording of What Life Is. In adulthood most of the time we just play and re-play The Tape. 

Unresolved issues from childhood can create situations when we feel we cannot connect. Cannot connect to ourselves, cannot connect to others or to the moment. In these situation most of the time we cannot even tell what is wrong or why. We don’t know why we don’t know why!

With co-creative meditation you can...

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Balanced Inner World

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Balanced Inner World

If you have experienced how destructive your inner voices can be then you can imagine how powerful allies they could be - if only they were on your side! Our voices in our mind are there for a reason. They are our sub-personalities; Jungian archetypes with important messages. They want to support us but if they are not heard out they can be disturbing. We all have developed ways of arguing with the voices every day. Now we know that does not help.

Instead of arguing we can find a way to make peace with them by using co-creative meditation. This technique works with guided relaxation where we listen to your inner voices one by one by accessing the...

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