Mallika Bush, LMFT

Re-member Your Wild Roots

Reclaim Your Wholeness

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You're ready to reconnect to your higher self, strengthen the relationships in your life and co-create with the Divine for the wellbeing of yourself, your community and the planet. 

Being on this path Is about: 
Re-membering the wisdom of our ancestors
Reclaiming the wildness alive within you
Embracing and feeding the light and shadow 
Re-wilding our understanding of intuition
Rebalancing relationship to all being around us

Here's some of what we believe about RE-membering

True wellness is based relationship. We cannot heal alone. We cannot live alone
There is more that we do not understand than that which we do. 
The world around us in a mirror of what is inside us. Doing our inner work is not selfish. As our inner landscape matures and evolves, the collective consciousness reflects that. 
 
We learn from the patterns of growth that we find the in sacred wild of the natural world. The elements (earth, fire, air, water) are multi-demential teachers. 
Our understanding and maturation is an ever emerging process. We are neither perfect, nor incomplete. 
Deepening our ability to be with difference increases our understanding of self and others, leading to greater equality, connection and wellness.

Re-member the wildness you belong to and

join a group of women  

re-weaving the world we need

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What is ritual?

Ritual can be the simplest of actions, or an ornate ceremony lasting days. Ritual helps us mark a transition or a desired change, a crossing of a threshold, a container for our emotions, honoring our grief and celebration, life and death. 

When we bring our consciousness to the action we are taking, our heart can help us intuitively set an intention for the action we are setting forth to do. 

Rituals honor the past, future and the present moment. 

I am studying ritual with a few different teachers at the moment and invite you to think of how ritual might support your life right now? 

©2021 by MALLIKA BUSH, LMFT