Hi! I am curious about Openhand's approach with regard to boundaries. I have been operating under a belief that boundaries just enhance the idea of separation. However, this is being shown to me over and over again to be only partially true. It seems to me that though in an absolute sense there is no boundary, in a relative sense perhaps one needs to develop and discern a level of healthy boundaries - on a physical, emotional, mental, energetic level.
I have recently returned to center following a rather bumpy ride with my Shadow. I was confronted with my core values and underlying motivations. Discovering the importance of remaining on course despite the drama surrounding me. As I navigated within this realm I repeatedly faced some very deep seated and primal feelings I am now inclined to explore even deeper.
I felt to write about some major transformations going on , on my spiritual path at the moment. Sometimes I am not quite sure what is happening anymore, it is like I have been thrown out into the vast seas and am being forced to find myself not as I think I am , but who I am. All I know is that I just have to go with it and process it all out. I feel like I have burst and I can’t find the lid.
Hello I am new to the forum I am hoping that some of you may be able to relate to the following.
My path began 11 years ago, 10 of those years were spent attempting to heal my issues using a huge variety of healing modalities including counselling, Shamanism, EFT, spiritual healing & way too many other to list, during this time I qualified as a counsellor, transpersonal psychotherapist and EFT practitioner.
I have a simple topic I would like to get deeper into:
What happens when we sleep? What are the dimensions we access and why is it that consciousness is being brought back at different levels, creating the assumption we actually leave a lot behind when we wake up in the morning - in other words, what are the factors which create the limitations to what we retain when in the densest form?