If only we could talk through places of difference, see our own woundedness we bring into our work in justice and action for others, we might be able to clear out anything in the way and find a deeper way of seeing, being, and hearing those not just the same as us, but bridging deep areas of difference.
We wanted a place where we would want to spend time talking to others–engaging honestly with hurt and healing, being able to have differences of opinions without becoming entrenched, and where all people could feel safe enough to speak their feelings, and their own truth, out loud.
We hope you will join us in this pursuit! Pursuit of the non-dual. Pursuit of deep healing. Pursuit of rituals for mending. Pursuit of liminal space.
Teresa B. Pasquale is a “crooked” mystic, a trauma therapist, integrative healing provider, yoga and meditation teacher and equine-facilitated care practitioner. She is also the Clinical Director of an integrative and experiential therapy out-patient program for those recovering from issues of trauma and addiction at RECO Intensive in Delray Beach, Florida. Teresa is author of an educational memoir titled Mending Broken: A Personal Journey Through the Stages of Trauma + Recovery and is currently working on a second book on religious hurt and spiritual injury tentatively title Sacred Wounds (Chalice Press, 2015).