Articles

“The Ultimate Secure Base: Healing Insecure Attachment in the Nondual Field”
Published in 2013 on online Journal for Nondual Wisdom and Psychotherapy, “Undivided”
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Quote from Article:
“I see the belief in separation as the root cause of insecure attachment. And, if we do not release insecure attachment at its root, it is not fully healed or transformed. Some might argue that inadequate parenting is the root cause. However, it could be said that generations of inadequate parenting have originated in the belief that we are separate from one another. And, even if the parenting is adequate, it will still fall short of true security since that cannot be found in any relationship based in separation.”

NONDUAL WISDOM AND PSYCHOTHERAPY
Published 2010, for Nondual Wisdom and Psychotherapy Institute website (www.wisdompsy.com).
Quote from Article:
“In the realm of absolute reality, psychotherapy is irrelevant because there is no separate self to receive it and no problem to work on or solve. Yet, there is also the expression of relative reality. There is both absolute and relative reality; they are two sides of a single coin.  A therapist who has this understanding holds both at the same time.”

AN OPEN SECRET: THE VALUE OF AWARENESS
Published in Open Exchange Magazine, 2007
Quote from Article:
“Awareness can not be seen like the objects that appear in it, because you are it. Therefore, it is easily overlooked. You can know Awareness only by consciously being it. Once it is recognized, Awareness has the power to dissolve problems as you know them. Your perspective on life and who you are is transformed. When the presence of Awareness is brought into the practice of psychotherapy, the process is changed radically.”

HEALING TRAUMA IN THE ETERNAL NOW
Chapter in The Sacred Mirror, Nondual Wisdom and Psychotherapy
Published in 2003
Quote from Chapter:
“Transformation takes place in the present moment. Our past traumas can be resolved only in the here and now. This resolution involves an open receptivity to what appears each moment without any form of resistance, interpretation or identification. By fully allowing what is, moment-by-moment, all experience finds its natural resolution.”

“When the goal is not to change
what is, but rather to awaken
to the truth of what is, change
happens naturally and skillfully.
- Lynn Marie