|Posted by Kimaya Crolla-Younger on December 5, 2017 at 7:50 AM|
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Nervous system activated; heart racing, breath fast, constricted. Feel like you want to run. Thoughts racing, disaste...
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Give a gift of authentic wealth to your family and loved ones this Xmas.
In my own experience, the concept of ‘forgiveness’ was for so long, somehow too big; I couldn’t digest it. The word seemed to oversimplify the terrain required. Every time the ‘F’ word would be mentioned, I would silently scream ‘No!’
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|Posted by Kimaya Crolla-Younger on August 25, 2015 at 10:20 AM|
Over the years, I have become something of an expert on the topic of ‘love’. Through my own discovery of falling out of love with love, or at least the love that the media, Hollywood and romance novels would have us believe. Working as a psychotherapist and guide with hundreds of women, men and couples the same thing comes up.
How Do We Know What Is 'Real' About Love?
This question has shaped my life since I was a small child. I knew that something w...
|Posted by Kimaya Crolla-Younger on December 11, 2014 at 9:10 AM|
As a psychotherapist and group facilitator for the last 15 years, it is my great privilege to guide my clients towards the fullness of their awakening. And I am both changed and enriched beyond measure in the process. There are many roads to the self and each person who comes to me will have their own level of willingness of how far they want to go along that road.
What I see as a big challenge for the therapist, is to not put our limitations on to our clients; but to emplo...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Kimaya Crolla-Younger on October 16, 2014 at 5:20 PM|
This practice can be followed either alone or with a friend or therapist.
- Find a space to be with yourself and sit comfortably and vertically… allow your eyes to close and look into the blacknesss…noticing the sensations in your hands and your feet…bring your attention on the breath,… allowing the breath to deepen,… noticing your jaw,… inviting the breath in and out through an open mouth and from the centre of the body.
- Visualise ̷...
|Posted by Kimaya Crolla-Younger on September 6, 2014 at 5:05 AM|
After more than 20 years of living in London, my love affair has gone through many of the stages of relationship…The Romance, The Power Struggle, The Affairs (I’ve lived abroad often :)). The diversity of this amazing city is reflected in it’s architecture, which I love with a passion; how buildings seem to find their own intimacy together. I wonder how they might feel about this? It’s not as if they are consulted about planning. There was a time when St Pauls d...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Kimaya Crolla-Younger on September 5, 2014 at 7:35 AM|
So, we are (almost!) at the end of the Summer. Personally, it has been a time of profound inner discovery that continues to deepen in my body, giving me a grounded, embodied and very real awakening, rippling through the whole of my life. I want to share a little of this with you.
The Subtle Mystery of Grace. And here is where I mention Grace. Just what is Grace and where does it come in? Without bringing religious conditioning into the mix, it seems to be an aspect of...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Kimaya Crolla-Younger on May 23, 2014 at 4:50 AM|
All women who have achieved in their own right have had to develop their personal power strongly, in many, if not most cases, to the detriment of our femininity. Often this development in us has been forced and is not authentic; we have tried to be like men, and so deep down still struggle to embrace who we are as a woman. In my own life, I first noticed that something was ‘off’ in how others perceived me in my job in computer sales when I was a young woman of 20. I was the only w...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Kimaya Crolla-Younger on May 1, 2014 at 9:25 AM|
Well, would you? Take a risk, I mean, for a deeper relationship with Love and Sex? And if so, what might that risk look like? My old teacher, Chuck Spezzano, used to talk about relationships often being in the ‘Dead Zone’. What contributes to a life in the dead zone? Mainly wanting to always feel comfortable and secure, not being willing to feel the deeper feelings that true intimacy inevitably invites. One way of taking a risk is to be willing to know yourself, in a deeper way th...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Kimaya Crolla-Younger on March 23, 2014 at 9:40 AM|
When I talk to friends and clients about Through the Portals, I often hear a fear response from those who haven’t tried conscious play in the context of BDSM before. This response fascinates me, particularly in terms of how we are in everyday life. Take the example of working in a corporate office. I listen to clients days in the office, and pretty much the gist of every story is about power; who’s got it, who wants it, who’s a victim to it. It reminds me of Dr ...Read Full Post »