Whose life are you living? – Stepping out of a life of disappointment Each of us is born into a story that is already being told. The ghosts and the stories of the past are alive and well and much of the script of our lives has already been written. It is written without our […]
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Each of us is born into a story that is already being told. The ghosts and the stories of the past are alive and well and much of the script of our lives has already been written. It is written without our consent or knowledge, not written from malice, but written as an addendum to […]
In this episode Shavasti shares his work with adoptees and introduces us to a fresh way of looking at all those involved: the adopted child, the biological parents, biological grandparents and the adoptive parents. In a frank and compassionate manner Shavasti discusses the often hidden needs, roles, attitudes, feelings of everyone involved in order to […]
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Adoption – The Shadows, the Shame and the Sharing Adoption is such a broad subject, volumes could be written about it, and from the perspective of everyone involved. The adopted child, the birth mother, the biological father, the adoptive mother, the biological grandparents, the biological siblings – the list goes on and on, so many […]
Within the core of my work with individuals is to help you explore, uncover and feel into unconscious and conscious unhealthy loyalties you may have to parents, ancestors and siblings. For example, it is rarely our relationship to the ‘bad’ parent that keeps us stuck, it is our distorted loyalty to the ‘good’ parent. […]
The Courage to be happy The power of family bonds and ties cannot be overestimated, for their power is far reaching, often spanning many generations. I’ve written on this topic of having the courage to be happy many times before and I do so as none of us can really overestimate the power of […]
“The truth is not found in words, it is experienced in the silence after the words have been spoken” – John L. Payne (Shavasti)