As a young pup, this feels like it's about not letting the she-wolf tame you.
But as a grown wolf, you learn that the battle is internal and nothing to do with her directly.
It's your responsibility to not let yourself feel trapped, enmeshed, owned, tamed, castrated.
How? Here's the secret formula...
I was honoured when Kim asked me to be on her podcast (and impressed with the ballsy way in which she approached me, which we discuss in the interview! )
And as she points out in this podcast, I had resistance as we encroached on subjects involving situations from my childhood that I've never spoken or written about publicly before.
These pictures will never be able to truly convey what happened in that space yesterday.
The incense. The drums. The slight scent of fear in the room as the men were brought in to be initiated…
How many times in your life have you felt truly seen?
To be ‘seen’ means to feel that you have been heard, listened to, and deeply understood.
What if, the secret to feeling seen more often, lies not in other people’s ability to see us, but in our ability to let ourselves be seen and to see ourselves?
We gather again. Join the tribe.
I was quite nervous about this going out there. I was actually super tired when this was recorded a month ago and wasn't sure how I'd come across. We also went a bit deep and some of what was discussed in the interview brought some 'stuff' up for me that I've been looking into since.
A men's intensive going where very few workshops dare to go - revealing the Dark Masculine