Instead of seeking answers or solutions, instead of problem solving or talk therapy, nondual therapy and somatic awareness is focused on revealing the beliefs and stories you create that cause pain . False beliefs and destructive storytelling, once recognised for what they are naturally give space for a more connected self, and wellbeing surfaces naturally.
This isn’t about trying to change yourself but about coming home to self.
If you have previously been held back by your traumatic past, when you feel safe and held with compassion, your nervous system will relax. You will experience inner peace, trust, and self confidence and joy.
All of us have an inner guide, a divinity, a divine security guard that protects our hearts and our emotions, and in mindfulness practices we discover, nurture and sustain this divine center until we begin to trust its guidance.
Power does not hide away in shame, power does not hurt others out of fear. It does not punish or even make sense. It simply IS. We have been given a spirit of power, love and of a sound mind. Reclaiming personal power is humanity’s greatest quest today, and nondual practices is an equal portion of power and og love.
Discovering your personal power means no masks to hide behind, no victim story to keep you small, no arrogance to keep you distant, and no avoiding of your truth and purpose.
When the victimized feminine stops misusing her power through defensiveness and blaming, or by co-dependently hoping for something to change, the feminine, can find her own truth, her own authority through the audacity of self validation. .
The feminines vulnerability and her strength is found through her body, and her heart,
When the victimized masculine is healed and no longer reacts to disrespect, or uses strength without heart, he can claim his deepest power too, through empathy.
Nondual Tantra says that nothing that can be said in words, and that our minds are not capable of understanding sufficiently the absolute truth.
Daring to enter back into the body after dissociating due to trauma is a as magical as it is frightening, as mystical as it is terrifying, the direct experience of the sacred reality, an expanded conscious, happens in a loving gently relationship with the energy of the physical body.
The body is not an obstacle to healing, it is the path, the body is not impure or associated with sin, but serves as an instrument to experience the sacredness in everything. Our senses serve us and are not there just to get rid of them or to suppress them.
Nondual trauma therapy connects the disembodied emotions to the body, and puts the brain back online again.
Healing the mind begins with the heart and the body.
The movement of positive thinking is ultimately meaningless if “thinking” is disconnected from the body.
The mind merely directs our story, it is our heart and our senses that give our stories meaning and life.
Happiness is found in the agreement between mind-heart-senses.