INNER ALCHEMY | karen johnson

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Somatic Awareness: Body Sensations Open Inner Worlds

Our bodies contain wisdom about how we live, what we believe, what brings us joy, sorrow, and what we need to allow ourselves to be who we are.

Your emotional and physical health is imprinted within your body sensations and felt sense.  You will identify the problem and find the direction to move forward by listening to your body.  Sounds simple.  Well, yes and no.

Conscious Living Includes Happiness

Where does Happiness Fit? We look to our family lines to resolve inherited patterns, beliefs and traumas. No longer bound by obsolete thinking we move forward toward something that reflects the modern world, ourselves as individuals, and where our consciousness lies today. What about the wisdom, strength and joy that is also positioned in our family lines? Is that a source we can mine? Of course, it is part of the legacy we inherit.

Kindness and Compassion Expands Consciousness

  Kindness finds us and instantly can light us up. A simple remark.  Sometimes even a metaphoric wink can shake us out of a darker place. A smile can bring us a little relief and a breath we didn’t realize was there. It reminds us that we are okay, even when things feel all wrong or […]

Transgenerational Brainwashing and Encoding

We live in a world flooded with coercive manipulation as socially accepted persuasions and selling techniques:  whether through spiritual life, corporations, politics, consumer choices or today’s biggest influencer: social media. This gets packaged as helpful tools or self-development techniques to improve the quality of our lives. Frequently we buy into this manipulative, repetitive, fear-based message. […]

Somatic Experiencing… Healing Early Imprints and Developmental Trauma

A result of situations that overwhelm our capacity to defend ourselves and we feel powerless.  It is anything that threatens our physical, emotional, social, or spiritual existence. Often unseen, ignored and misinterpreted.  We identify trauma as war, natural disasters, violence, neglect, abandonment, and physical or sexual abuse… we need to expand our definition.  What determines whether something is traumatic is the person’s experience.