Remembering the Sacred
Remembering the Sacred
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"It is love, of course, that guides the reorganization and it's unfolding. But it is love, too, that is the substance of the ashes, and also the tears, the tears of grief and and the tears of love. If the tears could speak, they may tell us that there is no medicine in a wound that is already healed, but only in one that is weeping."  - Matt Licata, PhD

It’s an act of kindness - for ourselves, for others, for nature, and for the world - to take some time each day to slow down, breathe deeply, feel our feet on the ground, and attune to what’s unfolding in our immediate, embodied experience.

Otherwise, that which is unlived within us - unfelt feelings, grief, sadness, rage, even forgotten joy - is unable to be metabolized and mined for the soul-nutrients it contains.

When our experience remains unprocessed and undigested, we may find ourselves uninspired, flat, unexpectedly tired, or even depressed, unable to fully be here, to help ourselves and others, and to participate in the bounty of the sacred world.

During the webinar, I’ll speak about:
Slowing down and the practice of embodied attunement
The dynamic, fiery nature of compassion and lovingkindness
Turning into the body (and nature) in times of overwhelm, stress, and activation
The alchemy of everyday life and the endless polishing of the heart 
Matt Licata, PhD

Matt Licata, PhD is a depth psychotherapist, writer, and independent scholar based in Boulder, Colorado. For the last 25 years, he has been involved in the rich and creative dialogue between depth psychological and meditative approaches to personal growth, emotional healing, and spiritual transformation.

He is the author of A Healing Space: Befriending Yourself in Difficult Times (Sounds True, 2020), and also The Path is Everywhere: Uncovering the Jewels Hidden Within You.

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