There is always duality in life. We are in either an act of love or calling out for love.
At the time of this interview, we are experiencing the spread of the coronavirus.
For many, not only does the world feels less safe, but our everyday experiences of meeting our basic needs such as going to the grocery store feel threatening.
We face an immense amount of financial and emotional stress, and on top of this, families may not have the skill sets and have experience of being disconnected and isolated, looking for ease in screens, video games and other addictions.
Though it saddens me that we have to experience something so traumatic as a collective in order to be empowered to change, I think it’s important to speak on the importance OF seeing this current reality as a PORTAL to opening ourselves up to creating new paradigms and new ways of being and healing from past traumas and staying present in the now with the help of others.
There are people that show up in that world that you hear and you can directly tune into and feel their sense strength, love, groundedness, and presence --- and that is the sense you will feel from our guest Lynn Fraser as we discuss how we can open, connect, and create a space to embrace change, and cultivate self-love through these challenging times, but even more so, seeing a door that is open to us for opportunity and transformation.