Cleaning Out Your Emotional Basement



As the Buddha said, human beings tend to avoid suffering and go towards what feels good.  While we all want to feel good, by avoiding the parts of us that suffer, we end up repeating over and over again the same old patterns – until these parts of us are healed.

The good news is, once we have the courage to go into our “deep basements” (self-hatred, shame, unworthiness, hatred of this and that, etc). and transform them, we free up a great deal of energy, joy, and power to move forward and live a happier life and achiever our soul’s desires.  As the saying goes, “the best way out is always through” and we’ll help you heal some basement issues that have likely been driving your bus more than you’re aware of.