Utilizing all the tools you resonate with to map your personal journey and heal our world
Wound Mapping Practices
The practice of tracking what is going on in our bodies, hearts and minds comes in many forms. There is no one right way to do this for every person. One way to go about it is to try a variety of different methods and see how they fit you. Another way is to do it intuitively, with the guidance of your ancestors and spirit guides for support as you navigate the depths of your psyche-being-body.
We are like sponges, absorbing nutrients and information from our experiences no matter what route you take in your life path. As with any practice, trust, immerse, dissolve, release, rebirth and return your focus again and again and again. As I have mentioned previously, mindfulness, meditation and a beginner’s mind is a helpful base structure that will provide strong roots for you to continue to grow and thrive no matter what curve balls life throws at you. Continue to breath and return to this home base as you go deeper within, spiraling deeper in cycles to discover and map your treasures buried there.
Breathing-Feeling Presence Practices & Mindfulness Meditation Part 2 & 3
Welcome back for more letting go to let love grow! First of all, I want to thank you for the work you are doing to be more present in your awareness. This work you do not only feeds your soul but creates a garden for all life to grow along with you. We are co-creative weavers of this world we live in. When you take the time for yourself in this way, to feel and be all that you are, you give your community, your family, your partner, the gift of your deepening presence.
I recorded these two practices as one video but have separated them below so that you may do them separately at any time. The first is a mindfulness meditation practice, while the second is a breathing-feeling presence practice which very, very gently takes you deeper into the consciousness of your body-being.
The purpose of the work we do is to help allow the natural process of resolution and integration of experience to continually flow into wholeness and pathways of sustainable joyful liberation.
The Rite of the Womb, the 13th Rite of the Munay-Ki
“The womb is not a place to store fear and pain.
The womb is to create and give birth to life.”