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Transforming Addiction

Coral Short

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11:00 - 12:30

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Addiction takes many forms and prevents us from inhabiting our full life force. We will create inner resources that we can call upon to stabilize during times of intense craving. We will offer compassionate support to the body, heart and mind. Together, in community, we will resource in joy. Before coming to the workshop, reflect on a time when you felt most like yourself. When have you felt most alive in your life lately?

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Coral Short

Coral Short is a white settlers living in the unceded gathering place of the Kanien'kehá:ka, Anishinabe, and Haudenosaunee - the island called Tiohtià:ke in Turtle Island, colonially known as Montréal, Québec, Canada. Coral has Irish heritage as well as Welsh, Roma, German and Scottish. They are actively unlearning their racism by attending workshops, organizing anti-racist book groups, and engaging in anti-racist activism, learnings and teachings. They currently works as an artist and a professional gardener. They are in teacher training with True North Insight and Somatic Experiencing.

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