Our grief has something of great value to share with us, but it is only by entering directly into the wound that we will be able to discover what that is. This is the way of the shadow and the light. Together, they weave in an unpredictable and sometimes violent manner, but it is the coalescence of shadow and light that shape the masterpiece of our lives. We cannot change our histories, but we can improve our relationship to it. By reworking our stories of trauma and suffering, stories of healing begin to emerge which can then be transmuted to wisdom.
— Veronica Lynn Clark

CUTTING CORDS: A Woman’s Practice

THE PRESENCE PRACTICE: Releasing Sexual and Cultural Conditioning

WRITING THE TRUTH OF THE HEART: Workshop includes journaling, meditation, and art