WORDS FROM PRAJNA
Prajna gives a metaphor: her broken clay mug as a doorway back to yourself to mend the broken pieces or wounded parts with kindness and discover the vast wholeness of you that is not broken.
White coat syndrome is a legitimate thing, especially for people who experience medical trauma. Our bodies speak a thousand words that provide cues for overcoming white coat syndrome and feeling safe
Have you asked yourself these questions: What am I willing to risk? What is the worst that can happen? What are the possibilities that unfold when I move through fear? I surely have. Choosing not to try is painful.
In this blog you are invited to own your story, your voice, your body, your truth. When the aperture opens, you can’t push it closed. More is revealed. A readiness is being cultivated for a task. A task that you are not free not to take part in. A task that sets you free of shame.
In recognition of black history month I’m leading with inspiration I received from The Embodied Social Justice Summit that I just attended: “Oppression spares no body. Oppressions are both system and intimate, taking root in the flesh.” —Mary Watkins
An intimate conversation that moves from the development of Agata Krajewska’s calling to attend to the heart and soul, being fully human, witch burnings, and the amount of terror that women feel when it is time to speak their truth.
“In and Down” were the words that changed everything for Claudia Neubert. It was her first meeting and meditation with Prajna. Suddenly it hit her: “Damn, I haven’t been IN and DOWN for many years.”
Dr. Nicole Beasley’s strong yearning for God began to receive answers at age 20. “I’m not alone. Spirit is here… Women know at a visceral level, it’s not ok to be female.” With a passion to meet darkness, she felt called to love what has been labeled unlovable.
Tamar bat Yehudit felt a natural freedom of wonder, bliss and curiosity in her body up until age 8 or 9 when she increasingly encountered the restrictions of religion and began to doubt and disconnect from her innate embodied joy.
At age 30, Jac O’Keeffe felt a strong tug on her shoulder, “hey sweetie, look again!” A big surprise came when she felt in order to go fully to God, she needed to leave her marriage. This was a spiritual initiation that knocked her socks off and turned her life upside down.
The call of your heart
made manifest in the world.
“When women are the storytellers, the human story changes.”
Prajna is an author, seasoned dharma teacher and Hakomi therapist who loves: trees, plants, dance, open water swimming, writing and the infinite opportunities to continue to expand, connect, integrate and deepen with the heart of life — embodied humanity.
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