Codependency is one of the most prevalent symptoms of the modern human condition; a separation from a rootedness in the loving ecosystem of life.
This lack of rootedness has created so much disconnection and polarization leading not only to emotional suffering, but to oppression, domination and strife.
At its core, codependency is rooted in shame, a relational wound resulting from a lack of appropriate care and safety that is later experienced as grief of not having been loved, as well as the fear one will not be loved (belong) in the future.
This can lead to psycho-spiritual projections of these wounds onto God, thus feelings of separation, while projecting God either onto other people or taking on these identities for oneself.
These dynamics are an expression our collective trauma and is infused in many of our cultural institutions, as well as in the transmission of these intergenerational wounds through our ancestral lineages.
This work aims to explore how we might separate our human wounding projected onto God and withdraw our projections of God onto humans so that we can enter into a more loving relationship with ourselves, God, others and ultimately cultivate a sense of belonging to a loving ecosystem of life.
When we feel this deeper sense of belonging as a part of life’s ecology, there is naturally more peace as nature’s genuine state is to flourish.