When confronted with grief, loss, or difficulties it can seem nearly impossible to choose love. But with the help of brain science, you can learn to respond to every situation—no matter how traumatic—with forgiveness and compassion.
Guided by Scarlett Lewis, who lost her son in the mass shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, craniosacral therapy expert Kate Mackinnon, and trauma survivor Dana Liesegang, you learn a foundational process based on neuroscience—an equation that will lead you to incrementally choose love in your life every time.
In a safe and nurturing environment, you hear stories of post-traumatic growth, learn about the importance of touch, practice grounding and creating healthy boundaries, and explore your capacity to be open to new choices, regardless of your situation or diagnosis.
Through group activities, meditation, visualization, intention setting, lecture, and question-and-answer sessions, you acquire new skills to ground yourself and access a greater understanding of how you can utilize your experiences, feelings, and energy.
Anyone looking to move beyond fear and heal from traumas big or small is welcome.