We are living in a time of tremendous chaos and great possibility.

We are being asked to face the changes on our planet with courage and creativity, and make transformations in the ways we live in order to come into integrity with our values.

People everywhere are being called to take a stand for the goodness of the human spirit.

Do you feel the call?

 
 
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Regeneration is the universal principle that more life, meaning, and evolutionary potential can and will always come from death, decay, and entropy. 

 
 

 

Regenerative transformation is an approach to life that works continuously with the whole self for the sake of the evolution of planetary consciousness.

Grief, trauma, and shadow aspects of our selves are frequently bypassed in spiritual and self-help practices. Bypassing this work means that we also tend to ignore the unawakened genius, or golden shadow aspects of self, which keeps us from living out our full capacity to heal the world.

This work consciously examines the context in which we were born and conditioned, our current reality, and how we can actively create the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible.

Skills that I bring to this practice:

Jungian & Transpersonal Psychology

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT Tapping)

Enneagram Personality & Shadow Work

Microbiome & Biomimetic Counseling

Nonviolent Communication

Spiritual Counseling

Evolutionary frameworks including Spiral Dynamics, Integral Theory, The Work that Reconnects, and my own methodology for bringing coherence and harmonic innovation to individuals and systems going through chaotic transformation.

Mind training practices including The Work of Byron Katie and the Tibetan Buddhist systems of Madhyamaka and Lojong Meditation.

All metamorphoses, whether personal, cultural, or ecological, requires a time of chaos, including the messy, soupy, uncomfortable time of transformation that exists inside a chrysalis before the butterfly can spread its wings.

All metamorphoses, whether personal, cultural, or ecological, requires a time of chaos, including the messy, soupy, uncomfortable time of transformation that exists inside a chrysalis before the butterfly can spread its wings.