The primary practice of Together To Get Her is to become conscious that we are connected to all of life in each moment. This connection is the source of freedom, true happiness and also unspeakable pain. When embracing being a vessel of the universal, rather than resisting it or trying to escape it, the pain and discomfort that underlies our experience, transforms into strength, love and compassion. Many ailments are misdiagnosed because the bond every human has with the planet and other beings is ignored. By cultivating our subjective experience of who we are in relation with the big picture. with awareness and careful decision-making, we can begin to understand and resolve the sadness, anxiety, trauma and addiction, which often accompany being a caring human being and be at peace.
Ailments are invitations for us to discover and harmonize with our true nature. Physical, emotional and mental dis-ease are nature’s way of beconning us towards peace and happiness. It is hard to align our intentions, our desires and our actions, to free ourselves from habits that do not reflect what we are devoted to, but life is very forgiving. We all need the help help of others, and we encounter one another like notes in a song just at the right time. The tricky part is learning to read the score which is silent and often gets buried beneath less melodious aspects of busywork. The healing work I off is encouragement to dedicate time and space to this inner work. Ultimately each person, in each moment, is unique, with a heart to guide the way. Only you can decipher what is called for in the harmony and dissonances, repetitions, bridges and rests of your journey. Biography work is a phenomenological approach to connecting to the innate teacher/healer within, which I combine with more traditional psychotherapies and practices.
It comes down to how we are with constant change.
Asra Zahn is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in the State of NH. She is also a certified Biography Worker through the Center for Biography and Social Art in Spring Valley NY. Her past experience includes working with children, adolescents, people with special needs and parents in schools, a substance-abuse rehab, and residential and outpatient therapy programs. Her theoretical orientation draws from Relational, Contemplative, Existential and Expressive approaches to therapy as well as Anthroposophy, the work of Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner.
Contact Asra if you wish to find out more, or to schedule a session at:
Sliding scale. Suggested donation $100/hour
Location: Together To Get Her Studios in Lyndeborough NH, or via Doxy.me or Zoom