Coming Home Together
Live Zoom with Gail
Thursday, May 5,
Starts noon Eastern, 5pm GMT, 6pm CET
You are most welcome to join as we gather in loving community, supporting each other to find freedom from the conditioned patterns that hold us back from living fully.
Our focus for this meeting is giving our compassionate attention to how disruption in our early relationships affects us. If we felt unsafe, rejected, unseen, or disconnected early in our lives, we tend to develop an identity that we
are unworthy, not good enough, or wounded beyond repair. And we grow up trying to figure out how to cope with the sense that something is missing. Some of the ways we do that are overachieving, perfectionism, people pleasing, self-judgment, or hiding from life. Often, our relationships are profoundly affected.
Together, we create a field of safe space to explore these tender parts of ourselves. As we discover we can meet them with deep acceptance and care, we have space to realize there is so much more to life!
Our time together includes guided meditation, teachings for understanding our inner experience, practical tools, and heartfelt conversation. We turn our attention inward to recognize our mind-made limits and the stories that create personal suffering.
Over and over, we're guided to be grounded in present moment awareness and live it in all areas of our lives. I'm very much looking forward to being with you...
Tomorrow, Thursday, May 5 9:00-10:30am Pacific
Starts at noon Eastern, 5pm GMT, 6pm CET
Recording will be sent out to all who register.
This event is open to everyone. We meet on zoom, and a recording will be sent to you following the event.
Come with your fears, doubts, shame, and questions—and simply to share sacred space with like-minded friends.
Loosen your attachment to old trauma stories of inadequacy and fear so you can live more fully now...
"I am now experiencing longer moments of pure awareness and joy." ~Susan R
“What you’re pointing to is so difficult to talk about in words, but you describe it so brilliantly and give such practical, actionable steps to follow that I truly, deeply get it. I just cannot express to you how transformative your approach has been for me.” ~Sandra Joseph, Broadway star and author of Unmasking What Matters
“Thank you so much for your teachings and for all the compassion and love you transmit to me, and so many others. Your teachings are a gift of grace and love.” ~Pat Brown
Please reply to this email with any questions. Look forward to seeing you!
Love to you...