INNER ALCHEMY | karen johnson

Tag: Somatic Trauma Therapy

Power of Silence – Unlocking InnerSpace

Have you noticed that life seems to be getting louder? So much noise surrounding us. Noise is not only about sound, it is also about sensory overload: the constant hum and stimulation to all our senses, emotions and how you think. We live in a world where many of us are frequently overwhelmed. A silent pause becomes vital for real connection with your true self. Focused, deliberate silence has the power to restore balance and inner peace. Silence stills you.

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.

Life Detours or Amazing Grace

As none of us came supplied with a game plan, it can be a curious journey each of us undertakes. Happily moving in one direction and then suddenly a gentle nudge or, for the more stubborn, it can be a bumpy ride, setback or eventually an accident which gets our attention.   Topple This doesn’t need […]

Love, Relationships and How We Connect

Many of us have been a little confused about love. You might have spent your childhood feeling unwanted, unloved or believing you had to perform or achieve in order to deserve love.
We may feel a sense of lack: a hidden belief of not having enough love to give. That belief can foster the delusion of being unlovable, unloved or cut off from love. Or, that there might not be enough to go around for us.

Conscious Breath

From the moment we’re born we take a  breath.   Breathing is essential to our life force.   Along with food, sleep, and sunshine breathing is a major source of etheric vitality necessary for a healthy life. As fundamental as breathing is we seem to gravitate towards a place of trying to control or hold our […]