All about my mother

Often the way we relate to our MOTHER determines the way we relate to LIFE. Sometimes our mother was absent (either physically or emotionally), caught up in her own pain. She might not have been able to give us as much as we needed. Perhaps her presence was overwhelming and we distanced ourselves to protect ourselves. Now we feel disconnected. Or may be we lost her when we were a child, or she gave us up for adoption, leaving us deeply hurt and resentful. Whatever our experience was with our mother, we can always heal the wound and open our heart. Taking with love what she could give to us and letting go of what she will never be able to give. Saying YES to our MOTHER AS SHE IS/WAS helps us

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Francine Jordà Pempelonne

 

Newcastle Health Collective

19 Queen St, Cooks Hill, Newcastle

The Yoga Place

6 Mitti St, Blacksmiths

Phone: 0432 507 000

Email: jorda.francina@gmail.com

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"I would like to pay respect to the Awabakal people on whose land we live, to acknowledge the loss of lands, cultures and knowledges, understanding the consequences for people, communities and nations, believing we can walk together to a better future."