“Fear is not only an ally.
It is a powerful tool for personal and spiritual growth.
When we understand fear, it becomes an opportunity
to deepen into intimacy and love.”
In July session of our 9-month program Tending the World, Tending Ourselves: Social Justice work in Times of Uncertainty, we had a workshop with dear Tabish Roncucci.
In the workshop entitled Have no fear: An introduction to the fundamental body mechanisms of overcoming shock and fear, Tabish shared with us the embodied mechanism of trauma, how the nervous system reacts to traumatic events, how to access inner resources (from inside and outside) to deal with fear and difficulties and be able to liberate ourselves (our minds, bodies and hearts) to respond in more fluid, flexible ways to life’s difficulties.
TABISH is a therapist trained in Codependency work, Primal (childhood deconditioning), Trauma healing (Somatic Experiencing) and Hara Awareness. He shares his experience of growth and meditation by offering seminars and sessions in different countries. Since 1997 he works with Krishnananda and Amana and now as a Learning Love Institute teacher.