Tag: healing

Munay-Ki – part one

Learn about and receive nine blessings from Peru that facilitate healing, grounding peace, and transformation. A two-part workshop.

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Make the season bright(er)

Most of the people I know who are brave enough to talk candidly about the holidays admit to feeling triggered, sad, or bored this time of year. Rather than just opting out, I prefer to ask questions: what is the something magical we’re looking for, and how do we find it? Can we use this time as part of our spiritual practice and as an opportunity instead of a liability?

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Shamanic Journeying, Yoga, & Cacao

Nourish body, heart, and soul with a shamanism-inspired yoga practice. Use savasana – and the power of Cacao – to enter a guided shamanic journey.

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Cacao Circle NYC

Learn about and sample heirloom cacao prepared in a traditional way, and experience its heart-healing energies. Register by October 10th and receive $5 off per ticket discount with code CACAO.

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Maybe it’s “energy.” Maybe it’s just human.

Sometimes, I do have esoteric answers to hard questions because the unseen world of energies is powerful and complex, and we’re all part of it. But truly, more often than not, the solutions are very, very human.

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Shamanic Yoga and Drum Journey

Enjoy a vinyasa practice to ground your energy and focus your intentions, and be guided in a drum journey to receive healing and guidance.

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Solace: a healing ritual retreat for all forms of sadness

You’re invited to join a compassionate community for a weekend of sacred space and shared experiences Engage in powerful traditional practices to support you in processing outrage, disappointment, and all forms of sadness productively Make room in your life for joy

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There’s nothing wrong with you.

Mainstream institutions make money from your belief in the story of your flaws. They need you to think that something is broken so that you can pay them to fix it, whether that pertains to your health, house, or soul.

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Grief is a doorway to compassion

When I was about 16, my small-town world was shaken by the sudden deaths of three people in six months. One was a teacher I’d had for a semester, the victim of domestic violence. One was a student in my

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Barn burned down.

There’s an old haiku, “Barn’s burned down. Now I can see the moon.” I’ve always loved it, because it very concisely encapsulates a core tenet of mine: that in the midst of heartache and loss, there is still beauty. We just

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