Episode 63 – Reclaiming Your Self ~ 11/05/19 ~ Birthing a New Paradigm ~ The Mother Daughter Dance
Guest Host: Naomi Irons
The Mother-Daughter relationship can be one of the most complex experiences. As adults, the tangled web of expectations and stories can keep us held captive to past events and experiences that continue to replicate the context within which we have come to know ourselves.
Discovering who and what we are behind the roles we have played allows us to stand in the now, to see ourselves differently and have a much more authentic and meaningful relationship engaging out of choice and not just habit.
Join guest host Naomi Irons with her mother, Holly Irons as they explore their own WEL-Systems® journeys and the impact this has had on their own relationship with themselves and each other. Not a journey without challenges and uncertainty, they will speak openly of the truth of their experience that has lead to discovering what a meaningful sustainable relationship means to each of them.
Birthing a New Paradigm ~ The Mother Daughter Dance
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Louise LeBrun says
What a hopeful and uplifting conversation! As I listened, I was filled with hope for a very different future, as we put aside the generational limitations and become both willing and able to learn with and from each other.
Thank you for your willingness to let us into your lives. I am grateful.
Hugs to you both
Kathy MacIsaac says
Really enjoyed your daughter/mother talk, the unknown is such an adventure, I love this type of deeper thinking – we all have our reasons as to why we choose the choices we do and it would do us all good to honestly re-evaluate those reasons. This was a great way to start off my morning!
Thanks for sharing
Isn’t it amazing how in western culture we can have these intense investigations into our mind, body, spiritual disconnect with ourselves and other, while in world tribal culture there is no disconnect to begin with, as the individual totally trusts in wisdom of the community, even though the community may be detrimental to the health of the individual.
As I listen to my sister and niece discusses their relationship in academic terms, I feel a bit uncomfortable when I know I can put examples to the concepts discussed.
Pain most often comes from relationships, joy most often comes from relationships. Confidence comes from deep within, but to go deep within one need supportive relationships and courageous role models. Thank you for showing us the way Holly and Naomi. You awesome!!