Heart Freedom: 6 Steps To Getting Unstuck
By Adrienne Glasser LCSW, RDMT

After sessions, I often have the thought: My client needs support beyond what I can offer them in my sessions. More than ever, it has become clear that my clients need a 360-degree community to support their self-care and well being.

Clients are more anxious, angry, and filled with grief.  They are having challenges in their relationships, at work, and with family. All the wonderfully talented artists and creators I know are having blocks to their creativity. Those who have been in recovery for many years, and those whom have been helping loved ones in their recovery, are feeling more frazzled and isolated.

What if we could support these clients together to have more community, more support, more creativity, and more playfulness in their lives?

We can make community support happen together.

This community forming is also great for healers wanting to learn IFS and how to combine it with the creative arts by working on their own self-care.

This new community is called “Heart Freedom: 6 Steps To Get Unstuck” starting October 9th and continuing every other week on Tuesday evenings 7PM-9PM in NOHO in addition to our closed Facebook Group

Here are the six steps we will cover each session to answer the question…
How do we free our hearts?

  1. We learn how the heart-mind works.
    We are much more than just a brain in our head! We have thoughts, feelings, and sensations through our bodies that form into clusters or “parts” of ourselves. How those parts negotiate for the driver’s seat of the mind is a complex system. We keep our nervous system regulated-even when it means going from one extreme to the next; swinging from super speedy at work to under the covers when we get home. Deep parts-work meditations combined with powerful movement and role-play practices can allow for these parts to be more integrated and less extreme.
  1. Your spiritual posse has your back.
    When we connect with our spiritual guides, mentors, spirit animals, imaginary or real idols, we can fill our hearts with the qualities we need to heal all stuck parts or wounding. Guided imagery and role-play can have a powerful role in connecting with our Inner-posse in our daily lives.
  1. Habits take a backseat.
    Habits show up in our relationships, parenting, with food and substances, Netflix, sex and care taking. Through mediation and the creative arts, higher self can coax habits into taking a back seat. Identifying the gifts and protection of our habits allows them to work less and relax more.
  1. Getting to know the pain, wisdom and playfulness of our inner-kids
    Our inner-children hold both our suffering and our greatest joys. Getting to know them and learning practices to attend to them quickly in our daily lives is the secret to unlocking greater freedom of our hearts.
  1. Relationships on Heart
    When we learn compassion for all parts of ourselves, we are then able to interact with others in our daily lives from a place of greater compassion. Role-playing different parts in meditative states can turn angry patterns in relationships into understanding and flow. You can turn disconnection into connection.
  1. Restore the Heart Daily
    Parts-meditations and creative arts practices can be used daily as an easy, quick way to feel greater creativity, peace and flow in every day life. Feel deeper connections to yourself, others and to spiritual purpose by connecting with your heart daily.

Get your heart unstuck!

All my best always,

PS Registration ends Monday so click here reserve your spot.

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