Here's my short bio...
At 16, after reading a book on meditation (that my brother forced me to read), something in my consciousness shifted - I had a certain kind of awakening to my true nature outside of the ruminating mind.
I began meditating deeply, and studying a variety of meditative traditions.
I continued meditating through college, and a few weeks after I graduated Rutgers University I moved to Spain, and then India, to live in the Himalayas and deepen my practice.
After losing a fair amount of weight, shaving my head, and living in ashrams with books stacked to the ceiling on every meditation and spiritual tradition I could find, I picked up and moved to Hawaii to study the intuitive and healing arts, where I eventually became the director of an intuitive training and healing center.
Ok, so not the most ordinary path.
As I began teaching I creating my own style - connecting energy awareness, ancient wisdom traditions, and humor (just look at my face), to create a safe atmosphere for learning meditation.
During this process I found myself moving through a number of relationships, and found deep grief in heartbreak and loss. I thought I was so advanced as a meditator, but all it took was the loss of a relationship to crush me like a little cookie (not sure why the cookie is little).
It took me years of heartache and struggle to get over some of my relationships, and I new there had to be a better, faster way. I began using my meditation tools and developing strategies for my students and I to get through attachment to old relationships.
I don't pretend this is an easy process because it's not, but it is necessary if you want to heal, and create another relationship.
I've worked with thousands of students, and many of them on this topic.
Hope you come on the journey with men and learn to love yourself in the process.