Thoughts lead to emotions.
Emotions trigger frequencies that cascade throughout the body telling it how to act, or react.
When we go back to that same thought and dwell in that thought, those same emotions trigger the same frequencies.
We do this enough times and those thoughts become a mood. We dwell more, and these thoughts become a belief system.
The sound healing work we are doing at Kate’s Club and Paradigm San Francisco , is designed to disrupt that feedback loop of emotions that get stuck in these kids bodies turning into unconscious programs, aka subconscious beliefs that they then start operating from.
Trauma can manifest many thoughts... our mission is to support them in remembering they are loved, to support them in finding empowerment within themselves, and creating an opportunity for them to feel what they are feeling without judgement so they can feel peace within. DISRUPTING negative feedback loops to support healthy, happy, and empowered belief systems.
I design a program specifically for that organization or companies needs and mission, and it is facilitated by a trained sound practitioner. Today was another great day of love and connection... feeling grateful for my practitioners (Resonant People Project and Mara Rosaria) and the organizations we serve with this work.
Beyond. Proud. Love.
Beyond grateful for all the bright lights coming together last night for our fundraiser to keep SoundEmbrace Sound Healing program going the rest of the year at Kate’s Club! THIS is just the beginning! Thank you Suzanne Adams for hosting and producing this beautiful gathering of light workers , thank you to the Center for Love and Light for supporting with your nonprofit initiative and being my co pilot in driving this endeavor forward, (and your reiki practitioners! THANK YOU!) Kundalini Leigh Mallis for setting us up so beautifully through breath and mantra, and my amazing sister, Nicole Hall for supporting all of the behind the scene STUFF and always having my back! 💕
Incredibly proud of my students old and new joining me on the stage. Angelica A-Gurel , Mara Rosaria , Pisces Dreamer , Stress Less with Snehaj , Deron Singh , Shawn Moore , The Soulful Yogi you held space beautifully and I could feel and hear how far you have come. I know each of you will bring these teachings into your communities confidently, lovingly, infused with your message to make this practice truly your own. I think that’s one of the most beautiful things I have the opportunity to witness. YOU... stepping fully into your passion and shining so brightly!
I could feel the LOVE. From everyone who has shared the event, from the attendees, from all parts co creating the facilitation of making this happen... thank you! I’m not sure I got to hug all of you... but I hope you can feel my love in return.
This was our 2nd fundraising endeavor... and I am blown away. To all of you... Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Working with grief : Growing up as a military kid, I didn’t have the opportunity to get to know my extended family. We moved every 2-3 years so the people closest to me were my parents, and siblings. As a kid that moves around a lot, you learn to adapt and make friends knowing that, that connection may be short... and all the more reason to cherish it and love that person as hard as you can! At least that was what my experience was of it... My Grandpa Chuck passed away a few days ago... and I am just now feeling (or just now allowing myself to feel) the sadness. And I am noticing that it is a different type of sadness. When my other grandparents passed on, the sadness was of not having the opportunity to really get to know them. But with Grandpa Chuck, I had that opportunity when I moved to SF in 2004, and I am experiencing the grief differently. How do you deal with grief? Well, day by day... minute by minute. Right now, I am working with grief to celebrate Grandpa Chuck and the impact he had on my life. I made space for it. I made some coffee. Drinking it out of a mug he bought me. I’m sitting here writing this, and looking out the window allowing my heart to be open and express itself how it needs. Feeling grateful to have known him, and grateful for having the opportunity to love hard, knowing it was received, and to feel that love in return.