Listen to discover how you can let go of your addiction to struggle, tension, and drama, and rewire for pleasure, ease, and joy.
What if some of the reasons you’re doing inner work is because of lies you’ve been told about who you need to be? What if your pain, inner conflict, and wounds are actually here to show the way home? To show you a bigger way to love.
In this fourth session with Wey, she’s faced with a challenging situation and her protectors have pulled her up in her head and into a survival state of figuring things out. I guide her to speak what’s here, to say it all out loud.
If our inner world is in conflict - how can we ask for others to be in peace with each other? And are you asking for peace because you can’t stand the emotions that conflict brings up in you? Is peace an escape, or a held, embodied reality?
What a lot of people don’t know is that the more you’re able to hold yourself in love and awareness (aka the safer all the aspects of you feel about how you treat them), the deeper you’ll be invited into your psyche and emotional world.
When you connect with you underneath the layers of identification, on the other hand… You’re no longer dependent on any emotional state or thinking, because you’re the ocean underneath the waves. That’s exactly what Shannon and Irene experienced as they moved through the last round of Being Me.
It’s incredibly powerful to use the modality of the feminine and masculine archetypes. When you heal their old relationship of blame and hurt you’ll experience their dance as a deep source of turn on in yourself.
When you fully step into love, you step out of suffering (from anxiety, anger, insecurity, self-criticism, etc) - but not only that. You feel free, inspired, like life itself. Safe, playful, ready to create. If I can have it my way I’d like you to love yourself back into life.
In this second session with Wey, she discovers and connects with rage that hasn’t been allowed to be fully felt.