God, I love these two. They do the work. They take ownership. They know we’ll never get there or be perfect. They know how to repair a rupture; they acknowledge how the other brings out the best in them. They’re living their purpose and facing their fears and integrating their traumas. They have such compassion for one another’s body’s programs of trauma that get triggered from time to time. They’ve absolutely committed that they’re not going anywhere in the face of anything, ever. And as such, they catapult into a reality of partnership, co-creation and contribution that I’ve rarely seen.
We also discussed:
-Drea’s traumatic birth experience in the hospital alone
-The moment that Drea realized she was ready to move on from her marriage
-How Sam healed his body through breath work and other modalities
-The deep internal trust they have in themselves and each other after healing from trauma
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Meet Sam and Drea
Drea – My passion is dream weaving because you can’t spell DREAM with Drea! I’m the midwife to your dreams becoming reality.I deeply care about co-creating a new paradigm where everyone has their basic needs met and have the opportunity to heal. This happens by inspiring others in becoming solutions-based and actionable in healing trauma.
Sam is devoted to guiding men to create capacity in their nervous system so that they can gracefully step into the next evolution of their masculinity and better receive and hold the totality of their lives. He spent 40 years of his life hoping that people and the external world would save him. As a very high-level tennis player, playing #1 for his college team, when his tennis career came to an end, he fell deep into a shame-fueled abyss of drugs and alcohol ending up in jail 20+ times, rehab six times and in 2009 attempted suicide by jumping off the second-story balcony of bar. He pulled himself out of that darkness, found his purpose and now holds space for men to seek their edges, lean into their edges and transcend their edges into their embodied masculine presence.
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