The core elements of attachment theory set the foundation for healing the places we feel so stuck in.
I put this video together, the first of a series, to answer the question so many people ask me, “How can I change?”
Once we begin to make sense of how we are organized inside we can keep what we like and shift the rest.
Sounds easy. And it is, when we know the map.
That’s why I put this video series together to help us remember how to take the steps toward a life we want to live.
To deepen your learning, I’m teaching a 4 module online course on Attachment that starts in November.
To take an even deeper dive consider joining us for the Trauma, Attachment & Yoga Training that starts in January, 2017.
I always want to hear from you. Drop me a note below. Let me know what resonates with you?
As I form this course, share what you want and need with me. What do you want to know more about? How can I support you in healing your attachment wounds?
After my last video (you can see it below) I got a lot of questions about Protest – what is it? And what do we do with protest when it arises?
From the perspective of attachment theory, Mindful Self-Compassion, and yoga psychology, this video looks at why protest is so important.
The answer is loaded into this question:
Why is it that some people have terrible things happen to them and collapse under the weight of that while others seem to be able to pivot and find value in their lives?
What kind of protest arises in you when difficult things happen? What helps you be with difficulty? And what allows you to find compassionate responses?
Let me — and all of us — learn from you and be with you on your journey by commenting below.