“And a woman spoke, saying, “Tell us of Pain.”And he said: Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding.” – Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet (Knopf, 1923) The hurt of emotional pain can become unhealthy, and unbearable, if not worked within an effective way that enables us to understand it, process it, and … Read more
If you’re hurting emotionally, or have been in emotional pain for some time – and if you have similar patterns to what I used to have – chances are the emotional pain you’re experiencing might feel all-encompassing. Frankly, at this moment, that probably is your truth – the hurt, the pain, is so intense that … Read more
If you engage in any kind of inner-work – emotions, relationships, your relationship with yourself, limiting beliefs, etc. – you’ll come across the concept of “boundary setting”. From coaching to therapy, everyone talks about boundaries and how they’re good for you. Then, why do we feel bad for setting boundaries?! I’ve heard time, and again, … Read more
Should you be in a relationship when you have unresolved trauma? Should you be in a relationship with someone who has unresolved trauma? Is it possible to have a healthy relationship when one or both people have unresolved trauma? Can you heal your past trauma while you’re in a relationship? These are some critical questions, … Read more
Some women might want to change this question to, “Do I need a man in my life?!” The answer is, both, yes and no! This article explores concepts like love, companionship, societal norms, context, and its complications, the pros and cons, and the why’s and why not of why (or why not) you might need … Read more
The Whole View Method has been conceptualized through my many years of engaging with deep inner-work through formal studies, experiential learning, meditation (guided/ self-led) retreats, workshops, courses, personal practices, my own inner-journey, & supporting several others on their inner-journeys.
Over the last decade of having worked with several high achieving women struggling in relationships, both, personal & professional, I decided to interview 50 such women who were action-oriented problem solvers battling their emotions & its entanglements. This article focuses on the findings from my (ongoing) qualitative (interview based) research on High Achieving Women in … Read more