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Welcome dear brave ones,

 

Living In Attunement was created out of my wish to serve and bring forth my passion for human potential, healing and flourishing. To inspire, empower and support each of us to live in a more compassionate, conscious and life-affirming way. To live in close contact with what is going on both inside and outside of ourselves. 

 

To me, living in attunement means to honor one’s unique soul. To listen more deeply to an inner knowing and to know how to access the wisdom of the bodymind system. And to then be brave enough to act on that guidance.

To choose behaviors and attitudes that are aligned with one’s values and

soul´s purpose. That which vitalize and nurtures us and those around us. To be able to change habits and patterns that exhaust, numb, distract and distances us from ourselves, others and nature. 

 

My whish for us living in modern times like these, is that we do what we can to fan our inner flames and aliveness,

 that we learn how to stay rooted and connected to our tender heart,

deep enoughness and dignity.

Sensitive and open yet strong and fierce when needed. 

Part of my purpose is to support what I call

Body and Soul initiations for modern times.

For a new culture based on wholeness, love, aliveness, health and balance. 

Many of us have not received adequate guidance in the art of living an authentic, soulful and resilient life. Nore have we  seen how to create and maintain trusting and nurturing relationships. 


My wish is to make psychological knowledge, ancient wisdom and practices more accessible.

I am happy to be a part of the initiative Inner Developmental Goals (IDG).

A framework of capabilities, qualities and skills we need in order to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The initiative aims to educate and empower people to be a positive force for change in society.

Find out more about the IDG´s here

 

Questions for our times

During my own journey of discovery and through my work with clients, I have noticed certain patterns around what seems difficult and skills that are  underdeveloped in many of us. 

Take a moment and think about the following questions

 

1. How do you face moments of challange, emotional discomfort and spinning unhelpful thoughts? When you feel sad, low, insecure, angry, empty, stressed or despairing? How do you respond and what strategies do you use to try to feel better and deal with psychological distress?

 

2. If you ask yourself "how am I?", "what do I need?", "what do I know about this situation?"

How do you go about answering the questions? Where do you direct your attention, what do you listen for? How do you make meaning,  seek and understand information from your  inner and outer world? ​

3. Who are you? What matters most to you right now in your life? What are your deeper values that motivates you? Where are you going? Who are you becoming? What do you want to embody and stand for? What is your calling? How do you want to be remembered? What do you love and what makes you devastated?

 

                                                                                     With love,

                                                                                 Josefine

 

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“I will not die an unlived life.
I will not live in fear
of falling or catching fire.
I choose to inhabit my days,
to allow my living to open me,
to make me less afraid,
more accessible;
to loosen my heart
until it becomes a wing, 
a torch, a promise.
I choose to risk my significance,
to live so that which came to me as seed
goes to the next as blossom,
and that which came to me as blossom,
goes on as fruit.” 


― Dawna Markova, 

In Will Not Die an Unlived Life: Reclaiming Purpose and Passion

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