the re-wounding of healing

The Re-Wounding of Healing

Comment(s) August 15, 2014

The Re-Wounding of Healing “The wound is the place where the Light enters you.” ~Rumi It is early May and I am sitting with my best friend in an outdoor cafe in Cartagena, Colombia. I’ve dreamt of traveling to this city for years. It is hot and humid and even the 5pm sun can bake the plaza bricks and […]Read More

Somatics, Nature & Empowerment: An Interview with Maira Holzmann

Somatic Healing, Nature and Empowerment: An Interview with Maira Holzmann

Comment(s) August 10, 2014

Somatic Healing, Nature and Empowerment: An Interview with Maira Holzmann “Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.” ~John Muir Introduction by Molly Boeder Harris Have you noticed the ways that trauma shows up in your body – however sharp or […]Read More

After Burn Out - Forging a New Path of Healing

After Burn Out – Forging a New Path of Healing

Comment(s) July 22, 2014

After Burn Out – Forging a New Path of Healing How do you know when you have crossed the delicate line in your professional life in which you need to make a drastic change? What needs to change – the work, the way you do it, the way you are running your life? Despite your passion for […]Read More

Color: An Unexpected Ally in Healing and Support

Color – An Unexpected Ally in Healing & Support Teleseminar

Comment(s) July 12, 2014

Color – An Unexpected Ally in Healing & Support Teleseminar “My vision is to help bring healing to those who seriously seek it, as well as my own healing. As we each heal individually, we can extend the benefits of that healing exponentially to others in our circle and beyond. My ultimate goal is to help […]Read More

Creating Trauma-Sensitive Meditation Classes

Creating Trauma-Sensitive Meditation Classes Teleseminar

Comment(s) July 3, 2014

Creating Trauma-Sensitive Meditation Classes Teleseminar “Meditation and mindfulness practices can have tremendous benefits for trauma healing, including for sexual abuse survivors. However, for mind-body modalities, and particularly meditation, to benefit trauma survivors, they need to be taught and practiced in a way that takes the potential impact of trauma into account.” ~Lisa Erickson In this […]Read More

tapping the intrinsic power of the mind in healing

Tapping the Power of the Mind in Trauma Healing

Comment(s) June 16, 2014

Tapping the Power of the Mind in Trauma Healing “Only to the extent that we expose ourselves over and over to annihilation can that which is indestructible in us be found.” ~Pema Chödrön Since surviving sexual violence, my body has long been my anchor. Even with the unpredictable volatility of its tremendous feeling and sensation – […]Read More

when the rape myth is your reality

When The Rape Myth Is Your Reality

Comment(s) June 9, 2014

When the Rape Myth is Your Reality  “Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable.” ~Fred Rogers After a dozen years of researching, teaching and listening to private testimonies about sexual violence, I have heard the majority of the societal stereotypes (often referred to as rape myths) that silence survivors’ stories and minimize the […]Read More

Sexual Violence - A Spectrum of Pain and Empowerment

Introduction to Sexual Violence – A Spectrum of Pain and Empowerment Teleseminar

Comment(s) June 6, 2014

  Introduction to Sexual Violence – A Spectrum of Pain and Empowerment Teleseminar “We live in a culture where we are not encouraged to explore our pain, follow where it leads and perhaps allow the wounds of our experience to be teachers that show us where we are strong and assist us in uncovering our internal wisdom. […]Read More

understanding trauma and the body teleseminar

Understanding Trauma and the Body Teleseminar

Comment(s) May 22, 2014

Understanding Trauma and the Body “Neuroscience is now supporting what yogis have known for centuries: our sense of self is rooted in how we interpret our inner sensory experience. Given that, if trauma transforms the external violence into an internal enemy that then contributes to an inability to feel safe inside and causes negative beliefs […]Read More

slowly you will sink into the depths of my memory

Slowly You Will Sink Into the Depths of My Memory

Comment(s) May 22, 2014

Slowly You Will Sink Into the Depths of My Memory Slowly You Will Sink Into the Depths of My Memory by Molly Boeder Harris I am near the ocean now, I reluctantly step inside. I have dreamt of water so many times. Whales, orcas, and dolphins swimming deep — I enter their world. Sometimes a […]Read More

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