How can I cultivate
kindness toward myself in this moment?
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Maitri is prounounced (My-tree) It is a Sanskrit term that is described by one of my favorite teachers, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, as unconditional friendliness toward oneself.
How can I practice unconditional friendliness toward myself in this moment? What is the most compassionate thought, or action I can give to myself right now, regardless of what is happening?
We can start where we are in the present moment. Through the practice of compassionate exploration, we develop a deeper connection to our own heart. When we are connected to this place inside, we respond to life with freshness, and an open curious quality. The services I offer the community support this kind of heart centered healing and transformation. I look forward to growing in our practice of maitri together.
I have had a dream of being a therapist since I was 16 years old. Now, as a middle-aged adult with two grown sons, I am living that dream. I have been involved in the healing arts for over 20 years. I have been a massage therapist, case manager for adults with autism/brain injury, yoga and meditation teacher, astrologer and now a psychotherapist. I bring a holistic, body-centered, transpersonal lens to my work with clients. I am passionate about helping humans connect with what is true for them through a deeper awareness and attention to their body. I believe our relationship with others is directly affected by our relationship with ourselves. Re-connecting with ourselves in a deeper way with Maitri (compassion) allows the space for discovery, transformation, and healing. I work with individuals, couples, and groups. I hold groups that support this process through embodiment/ sexuality, dreams, empathy, and SoulCollage® Chakra series. Please check out my website for more information. I look forward to supporting you on your journey.
Walk in Beauty,
Nicole Reavy, MA, LPCC
Owner and Healing Artist