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Safety in the Body as Privilege

Feeling safety in one’s body is sadly not a privilege that every woman partakes in. We could speak this problem as one belonging to  “third-world” countries, “underdeveloped” countries, countries with religions that consider women less than men, etc. But, sadly, this is an illusion. The fact is that on average, almost 500 women are raped […]

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Identifying Wounds: How the mothering YOU received affects your mothering now

One of the biggest things that we don’t talk about as a society, and that I cannot even emphasize how important it is, is: how your own mothering (how you were mothered by your own mother, or lack of mother or whatever that situation was) affects your own mothering now. Now, this topic is relevant

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How the Mothering We Received Affects Our Mothering (of our own Children)

  Have you thought about how the mothering you received affects your own mothering? If so, who have you been able to talk to about it? Have you been able to process some of that material in community? If not, why or why not? Is it just too painful, frightening, overwhelming, to think about?  

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The Inner Marriage

Carl Jung, founder of analytical psychology, talked about the Inner Marriage as a way of individuating, or becoming your own, full, whole self. Individuating refers to becoming an individual separate from entities like your parents and the collective culture, our society, i.e. really owning your own beliefs, rather than following the masses, and things like

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