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Learn about matrix reimprinting for your meridians, and how faster eft and other forms of cranio sacral bodywork and meridian energy healing can be used to heal your body. With EFT tapping (also known as EMDR) we can activate the core reiki, similar to the way herbs can be transformative. This form of energy medicine helps us be conscious - learn more in an eft video for how you can heal traumatic or immune responses. And meet a practitioner with an integrated cranio technique that can heal using manual manipulation, tapping, and other modalities. The efficacy of these techniques are based in the use of a gentle neuroscience application that includes affirmations. When we add acceptance and other tools that can be learned in workshops and training certifications, you get a quality of mindfulness that is more enhanced than a normal Santa Rosa therapist or Sebastopol therapist. Transpersonal Psychotherapy is at it’s best when it merges with Energy Psychology, which has been found to help treat issues associated with Trauma and PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, Social Phobia, Relationship problems, Spiritual Awakening, Chronic pain, Inner Guidance, Psychosomatic Issues, Parenting Problems, Conscious Parenting, Stress Management, Identity Issues, Life Transitions, and Grief and Loss.

The price of invulnerability: Brené Brown at TEDxKC

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[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UoMXF73j0c[/embed] In our anxious world, we often protect ourselves by closing off parts of our lives that leave us feeling most vulnerable. Yet invulnerability has a price. When we knowingly or unknowingly numb ourselves to what we sense threatens us, we sacrifice an essential tool for navigating uncertain times -- joy. This talk will explore how and why fear and collective scarcity has profoundly dangerous consequences on how we live, love, parent, work and engage in relationships -- and how simple acts can restore our sense of purpose and meaning. Speaker: Dr. Brené Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work where she has spent the past 10 years studying courage, shame and authenticity. She is the Behavioral Health Scholar-in-Residence at the Council on Alcohol and Drugs and has written several books on her research. www.brenebrown.com/welcome