We can quickly notice if a plant is not thriving, if it’s not getting the nourishment and moisture that it needs to grow. However, like with our own relational growth, we can’t actually see it growing. We may only realise that something is amiss when the plant turns yellow and the leaves flop over.
We are needing to become more cognizant of what’s happening in our own growth and to become aware of how we either give or take life. We all utter and receive words daily as we try to connect with others. Continue reading Life-Giving Words
We’re deepening our understanding of intimacy. How we are with ourselves affects how we relate to others.
Join us at the barn this Monday night for an interesting session on ourselves and our relationships. It involves asking questions, reflecting on your experiences and sharing what you feel ready to. Continue reading 26 June – Session on Intimacy with Ourselves and Others
Most of us have been brought up to please others, often at the expense of our real feelings. Within us all lies our deepest fear, that of rejection. We know all to well what our society sees as acceptable and what is deemed unacceptable. This can cause us to play a game to fit in at all costs. Continue reading Can we express our real selves to each other?