In the times we find ourselves in, it’s so easy to fall out of contact with the sacredness and preciousness of this life.
Before we realize it, we can lose touch with the Inner Friend, that dimension of mystery, meaning, and aliveness that is wired into this human form.
As a result, we may find ourselves longing for something that always seems just out of reach, manifesting as a variety of emotional and somatic symptoms, the felt experience of a deep restlessness or exhaustion, or the sense that our life has lost its purpose.
By taking time each day to open into a new relationship with the wisdom and creativity of embodied, sensual not-knowing, we’re able to reconnect with the mystery and with the flow of inner and outer nature.
It is in this field where the Inner Friend dwells and from where their guidance and love emanate.
In the webinar, I’ll speak about:
- How our difficult emotions and relational wounding can serve an initiatory function
- The link and connection between trauma and the sacred
- Accessing the organic internal guidance system that is unique to you
- Attuning to an internal holding environment that is always, already here
Matt Licata, Ph.D. is a psychotherapist, teacher, and writer based in Boulder, Colorado. Weaving together the wisdom and practices from somatic and depth psychologies, relational neuroscience and trauma studies, and the meditative discoveries of the mystics, yogis, and alchemists, he presents a contemporary path to embodied transformation and healing.
He is author of A Healing Space: Befriending Yourself in Difficult Times (Sounds True, 2020), The Path is Everywhere: Uncovering the Jewels Hidden Within You (Wandering Yogi Press, 2017), and the forthcoming The Path of the Wounded Healer: A Soulful Spirituality and the Alchemy of the Heart.