"Intimacy is being
seen and known as the person you truly are"
Inspired by my work in my private practice I have always dreamed of inspiring and bringing Love and Truth into human relationships.
support couples and their relationships not only therapeutically, to solve
problems, but also to nurture their love, joy and intimacy together.
consider that the education is essential to promote healthy, sacred
relationships, intimacy, and respectful union.
combine my personal spiritual practice with classical therapeutic practice,
creatively and with courage;
I know that there is a creative energy to which we
are all interconnected and that when there is a deep healing and the projections onto others have been
cleared, love becomes tangible.
I see people who live in truth and love and share it.
social beings, we are born out of a relationship and we are looking for
fulfillment in a relationship all our lives, because paradoxically the
relationship is the space in which we are wounded and healed at the same time.
relationships throughout our lives is important not only for our happiness and
well-being, but also for our survival.
Staying present and
connected with ourselves but also with the energy between us will always be
useful to us. It may not always be easy, because what we bring with us as a
transgenerational legacy often prevents us from experiencing relationships to
the full potential of what we can receive or offer.
More intimate levels of
relationships begin with attraction and flirtation. In this part of the
relationship dance, we get to know each other, feel the energy between us, and
notice how we feel in ourselves when we relate to our current partner.
Flirting can be fun and
energizing for both parties. In a healthy, genuine relationship, either party
is free to choose not to take the relationship anywhere beyond that. If we are
relating in a healthy way, flirting is not an invitation to sex, it is simply a
without emotional resilience, we will fall into self-protective behaviors that
isolate us and create false protection, preventing instead the pure expression
of personal vitality and creativity.
through difficult emotions may not in itself disturb your relationship with
your partner, but if a conflict arises it is necessary to know the source of
the conflict; to navigate through the conflict you need skills such as open
communication, deep listening, self-reflection and presence.
important to be able to tell our own truth and just as important to listen to
the truth of our partners with an open mind. When we
are present with each other in this way, listening deeply and communicating
vulnerably, we can begin to hear each other's views. As we listen to and
reflect on each other's truth, large part of the accusation in a conflict
situation vanishes.. Sometimes
it is enough to hear each other to resolve the conflict. Other times, we may find that our partner's
perspective inspires us to introspection and self-reflection.
You've got it all wrong. You didn't come here to master unconditional
love. That is where you came from and where you'll return. You came here to
learn person all love. Messy love. Sweaty love. Crazy love. Broken love. Whole
love. Infused with Divinity. Lived through the grace of stumbling. Demonstrated
through the beauty of messing up. Often. You didn't come here to be perfect.
You already are. You came here to be gorgeously human. Flawed and fabulous. And
then to rise again into remembering. But unconditional love? Stop telling that
story. Love, in truth.
need ANY other adjectives. It doesn't require modifiers. It doesn't require the
condition of perfection. It only asks that you show up. And do your best. That
you stay present and feel fully. That you shine and fly and laugh and cry and
hurt and heal and fall and get back up and play and work and live and die as
YOU. It's enough. It's Plenty."