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I want to thank you all for taking the time to advocate for yourselves and to do the hard work of revisiting the things you faced in your childhood. Depending on the types of programming you picked up and traumas you experienced during the early years of your life, this workshop may have stirred up some deep, heavy emotions. Just know that it is entirely reasonable to feel those things, and self-care is truly crucial at these times. Give yourself the time to relax, go inward, and pamper yourself - whether that's an Epsom salt bath, a massage, or simple meditation or walk in nature. Keep moving forward and keep doing the work.
Continue to revisit these exercises as layers of emotions come up for you.
Use the Metta Meditation 5x a week minimum to reinforce and reprogram triggers that come up for you on a day to day basis.
Join the private Facebook Group to connect with others that are doing the work.
QUESTIONS & COMMENTS
Because there are several of you in this workshop, I won't be able to individually respond to your questions and comments. However, I encourage you all to communicate with one another and share your experiences in the private Facebook Group. Not only is this workshop about self-work, it's also an effort to create community. We encourage all experience sharing and ask you to keep feedback constructive and nurturing.
This is a safe community, created to encourage communication between each other and to share experiences. Please leave questions and comments in The Atelier The Ché Private Facebook Group for your fellow meditators to respond based on their personal experience. Constructive and nurturing feedback only! Sara will not be answering comments or questions or navigating your personal circumstances. Those can be done in a session.