Cultural Context and the Negative Reciprocity of our Masks
How receptive can I become, how open is my heart able to be, to receive from another?
I have been so busy learning, practicing and teaching that I haven't made one of these videos in a long while. So much has shifted structurally for all of us in the world since quarantine. In this video I illuminate the positive results of having to do things differently.
The historical context of the survival mechanism to present ourselves to the world in a certain way is illuminated as I look at how we as a culture habitually compartmentalize or even disassociate ourselves from anything that might threaten our physical or social survival if revealed to others or even ourselves. We are witness to an evolutionary shift that is happening. This change in how authentic we are with each other is repairing connections and can heal our communities.
Let's continue this evolutionary work together and keep normalizing our humanity. The healing key is the inner child. The work here is to deepen the intimacy of that inner relationship, feel what exists and reparent with an unconditionally loving reflection.
What prompted this video message is the intuitive information I received about how my own mask of self-sufficient strength and the ways I perpetuate the old paradigm has prevented people from being receptive to connecting with me authentically. I take a candid look at myself, examine the cultural context and reveal what I discovered during this self inquiry.
With everything I'm working on I don't always keep all my websites updated but you can connect with me and my work (the psychospiritual healing services and teachings as well as the family support conversations and resources) on my Link Tree page: linktr.ee/dhyanakluth
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.”