We’re beginning this conversation — and the first episode of the podcast — the way I would if I were sitting down with a new client, answering the question, “What are we really talking about here?”
Unscripted, off the cuff, human to human.
We’re talking about the realm of romantic relationship and intimacy as a spiritual practice. We’re building a bridge between the sacredness of intimate relationship and the legit trauma that keeps partners from being able to connect and co-emerge as two sovereign, deeply responsible lovers with shared and reciprocal capacity.
We’re talking about what capacity really means in the context of the body and heart, and why we need to keep an eye on codependent default mode. What makes the work of relating sacred? And how do we work with triggers as a portal to devotional love?
In this episode, I also mention the work of Thomas Huble and John Gottman.
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