Why Waking Up From Unconscious Dissociation Is Hard Work
We had another Breathwork and Badassery event yesterday.
It never ceases to amaze me how clearly I get to be able to see Jung’s words in real time by observing our brave participants every week in our trainings.
I wonder if you can relate to this
“The most terrifying thing is to accept oneself completely.”
(Yup I see it in the faces of our participants who are so angry and hopelessly self-hating and not aware of how to make the shift).
“People will do anything, no matter how absurd, to avoid facing their own souls.”
- Carl Jung
(Seen every day when I get DM’s of people who think they are ready for change then they realize they have to face the parts of them that they want to change — Then decide to run the other way).
Big love to those cycle breakers who are doing the heroic work — and not just talking about it.
When we do, we give our families an opportunity to become their own uniquely self-expressed individuals.
This is hard work.
There’s a cost to waking up and deciding what we want out of life in systems that are threatened by non conformity.
Can you see the irony of that
last paragraph posting it with a pic of us making Domzy wear an outfit that’s the complete opposite of individuating?
Ya I noticed that too.
Please forgive the abhorrent hypocrisy of my post and receive all my love and appreciation for being in this community, for being in the conversation anyway.
From my family to yours this holiday season.
Thank you for being a #cyclebreaker.