I also call reactivity the arising past. What is wounded in us is easily triggered. When those tender places inside get reactivated it’s hard to discern between the past and the present. It’s from this place that we create the most difficulty for ourselves and our relationships. We lash out or we turn inward on ourselves. The biggest gift that we can give to ourselves, each other and the planet is to heal our past. When we heal our past we are much less likely to hurt ourselves and each other.
In this session I will teach about reactivity (the arising past) and help you to discern between past and present. I will lead the group in a compassion practice of meeting reactivity with love and understanding rather than shame and self-judgement.
Whether you are new to these kind of practices or a seasoned practitioner you are welcome to join us. The practices are simple and direct and the shared space is safe, warm and welcoming.