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Holding Space for Others without Losing Yourself

A 4TH WEEK EVENT FOR BETTER HUMAN-ING

Get inspired to be kind to you so you can show up as you truly want to.

February 23 at 4 pm PT/ 7 pm ET

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Watch Live in our Facebook Group: Less Participation

Join us on Zoom to practice holding space.

Want to know exactly how to be with people when they are feeling heavy?

If you:

  • Don't know what to do or say when someone is feeling grief, sadness or depression...
  • Fear being with people in anger even if it isn't aimed at you so you avoid loved ones when they might need you most...
  • Feel like you take on all the feelings and don't know how to let it go, or even if you should...
  • Want to feel confident oabout how to be with people in discomfort...

...join us to learn how we can hold sacred space in a good way.

Choose how you participate:

Watch Live in our Facebook Group: Less Participation

Join us on Zoom to practice holding space.

Special Message From Christina

For a long time, I avoided people in discomfort. My inner people pleaser didn't want to show up if there was nothing I could do to change their state.

 

Holding space isn't about changing the other person or lightening the mood. It's about honoring other people's processes and authenticity.

 

When we learn how to do that, we create safety for that person to move through whatever is happening for them.

 

Learn how we can hold the space without getting swallowed by it! 

 

The 4th week classes are currently free! All you have to do is sign up.

 

xoxo,

Christina

We'll:

  • Learn how to create a safe space open to all the feelings
  • Explore the importance of NOT fixing, or having the answers or solutions
  • Cover rituals to keep you from taking on what you think is happening for the other person
  • Tap into our inner Wise Elder to see what they have to say
  • Answer all your questions - so bring them

Choose how you participate:

Watch Live in our Facebook Group: Less Participation

Join us on Zoom to practice holding space.