Sadness is for connection

In standard culture, sadness is frowned upon, even if subtly. “Boys don’t cry” and “cry like a girl” are just some of the conditionings most people go through in their childhood. Sadness is only OK for certain reasons, for example when someone died.

There’s a fundamental misconception about sadness in such culture.

Learn to access your sadness consciously, to discover its neutral energy and information and how it can serve you.
Sadness Training helps you explore the archetypal realm of unconditional Love.

You will learn to connect with yourself and others by feeling your sadness consciously.

These are the important skills we didn’t learn in school, and I wish we all had.

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You can also book a one-on-one Sadness Training.