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When we don’t know ourselves we aren’t aware of thoughts we’re having, or our relationship to them. When we don’t know ourselves we aren’t aware of what triggers us, or even that we’re triggered. When we don’t know ourselves we don’t know what we need or want, or what has been missing with regards to our needs and wants. When we don’t know ourselves we don’t know what we’re feeling, or if it’s safe to feel. When we don’t know ourselves we become at the mercy of forces outside ourselves to take care of us because we don’t know ourselves well enough to take care of ourselves. When we don’t know ourselves it’s like having a party and all the guests showing up with masks on. Can you imagine such a party? I’m guessing there would be very little intimacy or connection. How can we love ourselves, how can we have compassion for ourselves, if we’re disconnected from ourselves?

When we know ourselves we are aware of our thoughts and if they have significance for us. When we know ourselves we know our needs and wants, and how to get them met without resorting to drama or manipulation. When we know ourselves we’re familiar with sensations, and how to connect with them in a way that feels safe. When we know ourselves we can develop a reservoir of inner resourcing, which empowers us and makes it possible for us to hold space for ourselves, love ourselves and offer compassion to ourselves. When we know ourselves we no longer feel like children caught in adult bodies, but capable human beings. When we know ourselves, we are aware- we are self-aware.

It’s easy to get to know ourselves, but it takes time, and often some guidance, as we learn how to do so. For most of us, no one has helped us to really get to know ourselves. In fact, too often we’re taught and encouraged to put all our attention outwards, and we lose our own sense of self in the process.

This monthly gathering will focus on practical and experiential exercises that are specifically designed for the development of self-awareness. There will be time for questions and optional sharing amongst group members. We will meet for 60-75 minutes on zoom. Each call will be recorded, and yours to keep.
Please contact me with questions and for the dates as the dates change each month.

Next event:
November 18th, 12-1:15pm EST.

Where: Zoom, link sent after payment is received.
Cost: $15, paypal to llmeuser@me.com, subject line “Gathering.”

To read more about embodiment:

Embodiment—10 Things to Know About this Buzz Word. ~ Lisa Meuser


For more, visit my blog, where I write almost exclusively about embodiment. http://integrativehealingnow.com/blog/
To read more about embodiment:

Embodiment—10 Things to Know About this Buzz Word. ~ Lisa Meuser


For more, visit my blog, where I write almost exclusively about embodiment. http://integrativehealingnow.com/blog/

What makes this event special...

This is an intimate gathering where we share our sacred beingness with each other, learning how to more deeply connect with what is already here.

About the host

lisa meuser

Deeply passionate about connecting with people, Lisa offers compassionate services for people that are strength based & client led.

Using a mix of powerful modalities as support, Lisa guides you in integrating emotional, energetic and/or physical blockages, limiting beliefs, compulsions/addictions, wounds/trauma, false identities, & anything that’s having a powerful influence on your life.

Lisa has her MSW, is a Senior Living Inquiries Facilitator, & has studied Shamanic Healing, Myofacial Release, Tantra & Kundalini. She has been doing somatic energy healing work & therapy for over 15 years.

She’s deeply respectful of all spiritual paths and is GLBTQ supportive and knowledgeable.

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