Do you feel stuck between loving and hating the people you’re self-isolating with? Anger and resentment are natural emotions, now more than ever.
Sonya Renee Taylor speaks of the system of oppression that profit from self-hatred, and offers an alternative: radical self-love to heal body shame, in ourselves and the world.
We talked about not relaxing with meditation, exercise being uncomfortable and finally getting tired of fidgety during yoga. Why is that and how can we help it?
This month, I spearheaded the campaign to remove a predator from my social group.
Not only triggering, I am disheartened at how hard I’ve had to fight for this.
Does mainstream optimism exclude realities we avoid facing? Do we have enough confidence in ourselves to admit all truths?
How come our body and the external world do not feel safe, and how can we still learn to quieten down when yoga and meditation won’t do it?
There’s an argument to watch cringe content. The inability to deal with the emotions elicited highlights how we deal with those feelings in every day life.
As empaths we often forget that the body and mind are interconnected. Simply treating the physical symptoms won’t do, we need to heal.
Were you the mature child in school? With traumatic childhood experiences, one learns to grow up far too quickly.
Along with our other senses, interoception can give us insight into why our body is feeling the way it is. Our body is speaking to us continuously, we have just forgotten its language!