As a social worker, educator, single mother, artist, and rabbinic student I have spent my life exploring truth. At a young age I recognized that children express a truth that adults have covered up with defense mechanisms. Working with many children over the years I have recognized that we all hold our childhood selves deep inside. Uncovering those parts of ourselves allows us to lead more playful, enjoyable lives that can cultivate a deeper sense of self in our day to day living. This can lead to an authenticity that allows us to embrace our truest essence and leads to a life of deep fulfillment.
The Torah teaches us that breaking the cycles of past suffering requires that we remember where we came from. This requires looking deep inside to those hidden parts of ourselves. On my journey, I have embraced many tools, from body-centered healing such as dancing, yoga, and multiple forms of breath work to mind-centered healing such as The Sedona Method, therapy, and meditation. I have done healing work with Shamans, past-life hypnotists and astrologers, to name a few. All of these have given me a plethora of resources and tools that enable me to work with many types of people and opened a channel of creativity that allows me to create ritual that embraces all parts of ourselves.