Each and everyone of us carries childhood traumas, usually created between the age of 0 to 7. Those traumas create certain beliefs about ourselves.
The Art of Falling Apart, focuses on how the feelings, that unfold in the moment, point to childhood traumas and associated underlying beliefs.
When we allow those feelings to be felt in the body, we can dis-identify from them, see the falsehood of the belief system, and allow ourselves more and more to just be.
Also see Testimonies.
My life has fallen apart many times and each time I got closer to myself.
As a young adult I lived my life as my parents and society expected from me. I grew up in Israel and I studied and worked as an engineer for years until at a certain point that didn’t make sense anymore.
After a big crisis in my life I went to the Osho Ashram in India and from there my journey inside began. Since then I traveled around the world, staying in different communities and studying with different groups, including medicine circles, always searching to get deeper within myself. The closer I got to myself, the more I could see other people deeply and the more I was called to be of service.
I have been sitting in and helping facilitate men’s circles for years and realized how conditioned men are to the role that society gives them. I saw how men are not allowed to feel their feelings and how deeply men need other men to help each other become more vulnerable and authentic.