Tuesday, August 18, 2020

New Befriending Videos: Transforming the Core Wound of Unworthiness

Dear friend,

I hope this email/ post finds you healthy and safe in these times of transition. I wanted to share with you a free mini-video series as part of the reopening of our online community, Befriending Yourself: Finding Safety and Rest In Difficult Times.

You can watch the first video here where Jeff Foster and I introduce our next module on Transforming Shame and the Core Wound of Unworthiness, which will be the focus of Befriending Yourself during the months of September, October, and November.

Join us here to sign up for the free 3-part video series:

New Befriending Video Series: Transforming the Core Wound of Unworthiness

In the video we speak about this “core wound” that so many of us have struggled with - the sense that there is something wrong with us, that we’re not okay, that we are faulty on some basic level, and that we are unlovable as we are - and how this pain has a way of being activated during uncertain and transitional times… such as the ones we are in now.

Often we are unaware of this wound as it can be subtle, shaping and distorting the lenses through which we engage ourselves, the world, our relationships, our bodies, and even our healing and spiritual practices.

Over the next week or so, we will be sending two additional short videos in the series - one on the beauty of our shadow and one on the radical truths of self-realization - themes that we will be exploring later in the year and into 2021.

When you sign up for the free series, you will receive access to all three of our videos over the next handful of days and additional information about the community if you are interested.

Please take care of yourselves, hope to see you online soon.

Sending love,


P.S. Thank you for your notes and comments regarding my new book, A Healing Space: Befriending Ourselves in Difficult Times. It is now available for pre-order through online retailers (e.g. Amazon, Sounds True, Barnes & Noble, Bookshop, and Book Depository). To learn more about the book and read Editorial Reviews, please visit here