Prajna O’Hara, MA is a writer, trauma-trained Hakomi therapist, curandera, and an international retreat facilitator. As a Medicine Crone, I’m here to inspire a deep soulful initiation through the ‘muddy middle’ by supporting humans to gather their accumulated wisdom from decades of lived experiences to rise strong, with verve and purpose — intact and whole — replete with creative and curative possibilities.
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AUGUST 19 – 22, 2024 | Deep dive plant healing and meditation retreat to release conditioning, resolve trauma, restore vitality, rest deeply, and learn to follow the authentic movement of your heart-body-soul. Join Prajna and her team for a transformational silent meditation and healing retreat.
AUGUST 25 – 29, 2024 | Uncover Your True Self. Recover, rest, root, and rise, Reserve Your Space For an Intimate Life-Changing Retreat with sacred plant medicine, meditations, and curative care to mend and restore your life. Learn more on the “Retreats page.”
UNVEILING WHO YOU ARE
The themes over these five weeks are Unveiling, Unwinding, Seeing in the Dark, and Holding Yourself in Restful and Replenishing Warmth and Light.
This is a call to circle and deepen your spiritual practice through breathwork, somatic awareness, trauma-informed writing, archetypal story listening, rest, and moments for meaningful connections.
We will gather online for five Thursdays from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM PST — check your timetable.
Essay from Sister Outsider: “There are many kinds of power, used and unused, acknowledged or otherwise.” Thus begins this powerful essay; Uses of the Erotic defines the power of the erotic, names the process by which women have been stripped of this power, and considers how women can reclaim it. —Essays and Speeches by Audre Lorde
Our nervous system remembers and repairs with rest to digest. Prajna shares a frightening experience with the industrial medical complex. After refusing to admit her daughter to the hospital, she took her home for a safe and speedy recovery, enjoying generative wisdom, confidence and restored agency for moving forward …
My mantra for going from stuck to clarity to expansion is the hard medicine of trust — your soul knows ‘your calling’ in an unforgettable — undeniable way. With rest comes attunement to our soul — an expansion of listening to voices from the well within that are not heard when we are moving fast or only listening with our physical ears. We can listen from our embodied core self.
Living with a disability is challenging enough. Often people with disabilities face discrimination in places that we thought would be inclusive and accepting. How do we triumph over disability discrimination and spread awareness of the importance of belonging in community for strength, resiliency and sustainability?