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Lotus in Bloom

Our Mission

To inspire personal growth and awareness through self-compassion. We strive to provide the highest level of trustworthy care through on-going education while engaging in our own healing practices. Our goal is to provide collaborative care that is equitable and inclusive because we honour human dignity.


Join Us In Cultivating A Community That Promotes Meaningful Change & Developing Secure Attachments

The basis of our work focuses on attachment science; the impact of trauma, in particular childhood trauma and intergenerational trauma; our fundamental need for survival; and various aspects of our identity often that are often overlooked as we often focus on what presents itself on the surface. 


What lays beneath the surface are painful experiences that our mind naturally pushes out of our conscious awareness and for good reason; despite our body's attempts to draw our attention to it. It's when our inner wounds are left unattended, over time we lose sight of who we truly are. To compensate for this we engage in what may feel like uncontrollable behaviours, thoughts, and feelings that consume our lives. Over time we develop adaptations that manifest in a number of ways, both psychologically and physically.

By engaging in a process of inner healing our role is to guide you in developing a deeper sense of self. It's by attuning to our needs from a place of compassion and curiosity that we can ultimately shift our perception; experience fulfillment; and develop a sense of meaning and purpose.  

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The Story Behind The Lotus 

The lotus naturally comes in a variety of colours. It grows at its own pace, one petal at a time, emerging through mud and murky surroundings. Its roots are anchored in mud, and it rises above its gloomy environment. Regardless of its roots and context, the lotus remains pure and continues its growth as nature intended. The lotus has a unique daily cycle of life, death, and rebirth. It holds great resistance to its environment. Each night it submerges into the murky river, and re-blooms each morning without residue from its environment.

Despite its durability, the trauma of natural disasters can tear its root system, but the seed survives and can survive for thousands of years without water. After experiencing trauma, the seed scatters the water in seeking to restore abundance, once normal water levels return it reconnects to the earth and begins to grow again.


What allows the lotus to continue its growth is its built-in biological awareness of its true essence. Rather than aimlessly scattering the water, it seeks stable grounds where it can safely expose its roots and continue to grow.

Get in Touch

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