WE LIVE AND LOVE AS IF WE WERE BORN KNOWING HOW.
We are all born with the ability to love.
Born with the ability to connect and to bond with others, to hear, see, and feel.
But we are not born with the ability to effectively listen, to express ourselves clearly, to understand each other, to deeply accept ourselves, and to deeply accept others.
We are not born with the ability to be great lovers, great partners, great parents, or great friends.
Relating is a learned skill.
Communication is a learned skill.
Trust is a learned skill.
Intimacy is a learned skill.
These skills were not always modeled to us as children from a place of intention and understanding. Often, it came from ways the adults around us learned to cope with the stresses of life and relationships.
Their wounds became our wounds.
But our beginning is not our end.
Your capacity to learn remains alive, and there are ways to use it to master these skills and dissolve your wounds into the nourishing wholesomeness of your human nature.
The Free Immersion Method™ is a practice created to facilitate this process, providing a calm, uncluttered container you can safely settle into as you discover what you truly want, what you can truly give, and what you truly value.
It is only from that space of authenticity that the cycle of wounding can end.
The door that leads to a more meaningful experience of life and relationships is always open.
Let's walk in together.
You are the expert in you. You have intimate knowledge and are the only one who knows the blocks, blind spots, and habitual patterns that hold you back from a richer experience of life, love, partnership, and friendship.
Oftentimes, we can't see these blocks, blind spots, and patterns because they have subconsciously formed over the entirety of our lives, storing themselves in our bodies as we go.
The body never lies, and if you listen, it will tell you everything you need to know.
Your body is the path that connects you to your true inner landscape.
Intimacy, though mostly understood as the close connection between partners, can happen in all relationships, including our relationship to ourselves.
The validating, reciprocal, and interpersonal experience of intimacy is an important source of meaning in our lives, and the level and quality of intimacy in our connections is directly related to our physical and psychological well-being.
But intimacy begins with being connected to ourselves, the sensations of our body and emotions moving through us.
Before we can become truly intimate with life, we must learn to listen to these sensations and emotions in order to translate those signals into responsive, self-serving action.
It is my honor to help you reconnect with yourself and move into a more authentic experience of life - and towards all that you desire.
Let me show you how there's nothing you need to do or change. And how you make the world a better place just by being alive.