May this video clip below be a catalyst to let the healing begin. Whether you are a man reading and watching this or a woman, we all have fallen short of our highest potential. We all have at one time or another hurt each other, knowingly or unknowingly. Many times we acted out of our own pain. It is time to forgive. Forgiving does NOT mean that we condone the acts, behaviours and words of the transgressor. It means to let go so that we can be healed.
The video below is very powerful. As a woman, I have to admit that I was choking up and tears coming to my eyes. I was deeply touched and feel very honoured! All I can say is a very heartfelt “Thank You!” Read More→
“We need 4 hugs a day for survival.
We need 8 hugs a day for maintenance.
We need 12 hugs a day for growth”
—Virginia Satir, family therapist
“It’s the sense of touch. In any real city, you walk, you know? You brush past people, people bump into you. In L.A., nobody touches you. We’re always behind this metal and glass. I think we miss that touch so much, that we crash into each other, just so we can feel something ..”
– from the movie “Crash”
Recent studies show that there is a link between positive emotions and hugging. Well, that’s mildly said; actually
Hugging is the best antidepressant … it’s healing comforting and nourishing Read More→
Please allow me to honour and thank all the men that have such a profound impact of love in my life, from my own father to my own son, and to all those wonderful men who I had and will have the privilege to experience their wisdom, deep masculinity and sincere love. Some men do not know how to express that deep unwavering love and devotion, but it is still there, unquestionably so!
Some time ago I came across a documentary of two brothers who grew up in the worst part of the Bronx in New York. Their mother was a prostitute; domestic violence was the norm in that family. Their father was either full of drugs or alcohol, in and out of jail, and finally stayed there for murder. One of the two brothers followed his father’s footsteps and also wound up in jail. His brother, however, went to school, won scholarships, became a successful lawyer, and happily married with three children. When they were interviewed and asked what caused them to become who they are, both of them gave the same reply, “Because of our father”.
It rather goes to show that it is not the circumstances that cause us to become who we are, but rather how we interpret the circumstances and live accordingly. In other words we can allow circumstances to use us, or we use circumstances. The choice is ours.
Journey of Intimacy™ - Conscious Loving and Living - Healing and Wellbeing Centre - for Individuals and Couples - The Emerging Renaissance Feminine - Awakening Co-Creative Feminine Power
Conscious Loving, Spiritual Healing, Energy Therapy, EFT, Awakening Love and Passion, Vibrant Feminine Power, Marriage and Relationship Rescue, Sacred Sexual Intimacy Masterclass, Masculine-Feminine Polarity, Strategic Intervention Coaching, Relationship Psychologist and Psychosexual Coach Geli Heimann