“Healing Cauldron,” an intimate conversation with Agata Krajewska & Prajna O’Hara. Agata & Prajna speak about ancestral trauma, the consequences of trauma, and the history of patriarchy. They discuss the limitations of non-dual spirituality and how it can lead to by-passing humanness. They explore the split between feminine and masculine and the opportunity for relating to serve as a healing cauldron for the aspects of who we are that are ready to heal and integrate into a greater source of love.
The The conversation closes with a section on the power of giving. Agata speaks about being the gift and the redemptive quality within all experience when it is met with presence and love: “Giving ourselves permission… to see ourselves where we haven’t been seen... [to nurture] the seed of love in all of us.”
Listen to the full conversation HERE.
“As a young person, growing up in Poland Agata always felt connected to the miraculous nature of things, though the human world around her was challenging and confusing. At the age of fourteen, she had a serious operation on her spine, which gave her the first sense of mortality. Recovering from that experience took the largest part of her youth and taught her a lot about her nervous system and embodiment.”
In her Awakening Theatre work held in a womb circle, Agata, allows the participants to be seen, heard and witnessed in love and care. Agata shows how deep healing unfolds: women access their feminine wisdom and speak their hearts and many gifts are found through this open theatrical process. She also works with her partner Phil to support men to be held, witnessed and healed in presence. She has a deep respect for the power of mothering and feels herself as a seed of love that is birthing and mothering in a different way through listening to her feminine heart.