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December 12, 2020

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The Alchemy of Befriending Ourselves in Difficult Times

Without darkness, nothing comes to birth, As without light, nothing flowers.

– May Sarton –

The Alchemy of Befriending Ourselves in Difficult Times

Matt Licata’s new book is titled, ‘A Healing Space: Befriending Ourselves in Difficult Times.’ Here he speaks with Tami Simon about what it means to “be a healing space, that is to hold space for ourselves and others, as well as how we can feel held by something greater than ourselves during challenging experiences. They also explore our inner wounds and self-abandonment, spiritual bypassing and the ways in which many practices allow us to gloss over the real healing needed, and how coming into an embodied state can open us to greater inner depths. Finally, Tami and Matt discuss becoming an alchemist of your own life, discovering the inner gold that each of us has within, and befriending all of ourselves.” { read more }

Be The Change

For more inspiration, check out read this poem by May Sarton, “Now I Become Myself.” { more }

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