As our community members experience first-hand the freedom, peace and confidence arising from our safe and loving container, a natural loving impulse continually arises in us to experience this level of authenticity and love with our families, friends and every person we come in contact with.
Regretfully, we find that creating this safe and authentic space with people in our lives is not as simple as just wanting to do so. We meet internal resistance from our own fears of rejection or conflict as well as external resistance from our friends and families as we begin to show up in unfamiliar ways. Our society does not value people sharing authentically with radical honesty. And our egos protect us by appearing like we have it all together – looking good, being nice, strong and capable. This collective consensus is deeply rooted in our families and society, refraining us from speaking honestly or showing vulnerability with each other.