The Work That Renews with Kim Hershorn PhD
Learn how your stories are embodied and transgenerational. Grow beyond the survival strategies of past generations.
The body is electric, vibrational and has memory. It remembers past experiences – even of previous generations.
As you attune through the breath, movement and consciousness to the loving light of our life’s essence, you can transform habitual patterns, heal the shadow and find your spiritual guidance and purpose.
As you learn to live in the present, in the new possibilities of the moment, you attune to the natural cycles and flows of life.
You naturally align with a more loving, harmonious way of being, preparing the way for future generations and the world to come.
Understand and work through the connections between personal, familial, and collective histories and nurture new possibilities.
Learn heartful practices you could use in your daily life.
In “Sanctuary Circles”, we share and work with our stories, connect to feelings, needs, gifts, and potential contributions to life, we move, breathe reflect, and write.
Living in Jerusalem has allowed me to study and learn about the legacies and enduring wounds of history in a unique way. It has given me a living field in which to learn.
This work in transgenerational and collective healing, peace-building and non-violent communication (NVC) brought me to Germany, Ireland, Northern Ireland; and my grandparents’ and great-grandparents’ towns in Poland and Ukraine.
My healing and research missions in places I lived in my twenties have also helped me learn how place, memory, and collective histories affect our personal ones.
Here are some meaningful snapshots from this journey:
I can see the bigger picture and understand why I went through what I went through and appreciate the opportunities being offered me. Working with Kim helped me see that the universe really knows what it’s doing, that we are always supported and guided, and that there is a blessing and Divine hand in everything. Nothing short of inspiring.”
– Malka M, writer