Our Intuitive Self

It is so easy to lose touch with our natural rhythms and connection to our inner life and soul. Pressures and expectations from many different sources (family, cultural, religious, work) often pull us in the opposite direction of living from our true nature. Its easy to find ourselves focusing only on getting our interminable “to do” list done; and in the process losing ourselves, our creativity, our passion.

Responding to our soul with intention and living an authentic life requires trusting and KNOWING our instinctive, intuitive self, and setting clear boundaries with others.

My favorite Jungian analyst gives us a simple map to begin to live from our most authentic and soulful selves by following the example set by wolves….

“General Wolf Rules for Life” by Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes
1. Eat
2. Rest
3. Rove in between
4. Render loyalty
5. Love the children
6. Cavil in the moonlight
7. Tune your ears
8. Attend to the bones
9. Make love
10. Howl often

And so may it be for you.

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Jane Ryan

Jane Ryan, M.A., LMFT, is a Licensed Couples and Family Therapist with twenty years of clinical experience. She specializes in intimate relationships, sexual challenges, sacred sexuality, and helping clients embrace their true erotic nature. She supports women in discovering their most radiant, vibrant and powerful feminine essence.
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