“Before we can heal and let go, what ails us deeply must first come to the surface.”

-Yung Pueblo

Here’s what I believe: We are all inherently worthy. We all have inner templates that were hard wired within us from an early age. There are certain things about those templates that may be serving us along our path, and other things that may be preventing us from truly seeing, embracing, and accepting ourselves. We have the power to generate change in our own lives. There is no such thing as a perfect person, or a perfect partner, there is only compatibility of imperfections. Our emotionality is a resource, not a burden, and if we can learn to understand and embrace our emotions rather than suppress and avoid them, we can start to generate unconditional acceptance, compassion, and stability within ourselves. I believe that our vulnerability is one of our greatest strengths as human beings, and if we can support ourselves in cultivating emotional resiliency we can create lives full of meaning, intimacy, connection, intention, and harmony. I recognize that life is not always easy nor does it always go according to our plan, and that coping with life’s inevitable ups and downs may not always seem manageable. I understand that it can feel daunting to approach all of this on your own, and I am here to tell you that you are not expected to, nor do you have to tackle this on your own. I know that walking beside my clients along their journey back to themselves is one of the greatest privileges of my life, and I do not take a moment of it for granted. You are not broken. You do not need fixing. You may just need a little support along your journey home to yourself.

 
 
 
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