Author Archives: Lynn Marie Lumiere, MFT

About Lynn Marie Lumiere, MFT

Lynn Marie Lumiere, MFT is a transpersonal and somatic psychotherapist with over 20 years experience in private practice. She has been actively involved with the community of therapists exploring nondual wisdom and psychotherapy for 15 years. Lynn Marie is one of the authors of the first book on that topic, The Sacred Mirror, Nondual Wisdom and Psychotherapy. She is also co-author of The Awakening West, Evidence of a Spreading Enlightenment. www.therapyforawakening.com

Waking up Together: The Source of Love

The belief that Love is found outside ourselves in another person is so pervasive and deep that it is usually not questioned, even among those who are spiritually aware. I invite you to inquire into this belief to see what, … Continue reading

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The Challenge of Relationship

It is our nature to love and be loved. We are all drawn to be in close, loving relationships with others. Yet, harmonious relationships still elude most people. It is common belief that relationship is naturally a struggle. It is … Continue reading

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Waking Up Together: Awakened Love

In my first column I introduced a new evolution of relationship that I am calling “awakened relating.” For awakened relating to occur, one or both partners in a relationship must have some awakened awareness. I am choosing to call our … Continue reading

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Waking Up Together: Awakened Relating

Welcome to this ongoing column on awakened relationship. I am very excited to share my experience and insights about being awake together in relationship. I am also looking forward to hearing your experience. I hope that we can all engage … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Secure Base: Healing Insecure Attachment in the Nondual Field

         One of the many paradoxes of this existence is that even though what we most essentially are is a nondual field of awareness that lacks nothing–as it is All That Is–we are also human beings who … Continue reading

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