Breaking the Mould

Jude: In true neurodivergent fashion this practice will break the mould. Instead of the usual guided sit, we will do a social practice exploring how others experience the world; empathizing with their unique cognition in a way that brings our own into clarity. Come embrace and expand your mind, quirks and all!

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Unmasking Our True Selves

Laura: Masking neurodivergent behaviours to “pass” as neurotypical can come at a deep cost. This practice will explore the masks we all wear, and when they may serve us or harm us. What would happen if we all unmasked? What lies beneath? With a compassionate lens, we’ll explore our capacity to truly connect with ourselves and … Continued

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You Belong.

Joss: Being neurofestive (a term coined by Ashlee Marie Preston) can present a number of challenges, along with its many opportunities. One of those challenges is the feeling that you don’t quite fit: in the world, in social settings, in your body. This session, we will settle deeply and comfortably into our bodies, lean into spaciousness inside … Continued

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Fruit Flavours of Self-Regulation

Jeff: For this neurodiversity-affirming meditation, you hereby have permission to be the unique way you are. Perhaps that is not hard for you, in which case, superb, I wish to learn from you. For myself, it was a long road. In this practice, I try to cater to a few different styles of attention and sensory … Continued

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