How can there be so much distance between me and someone when there is so much love?
Writing this I am nervous about what to express so you can get to know me. I would rather hear from you what you would like to hear about me and how what I share lands with you…
One of the most meaningful things for me is to connect to reality. I love to be humbled by its nature, to explore it and let it pull me out of my interpretations, imaginations and stories about it. The moments I connect with reality are often when I feel closest to life.
With this I fell in love with physics, and how science offers tools that enable me to pull myself out of my assumptions about things, and collect information about what is actually going on.
And I so, so love that, to me, what is actually going on is continuously more fascinating, engaging and intelligent than the stories I am able to create about it.
My biggest struggle with this passion to understand reality came when losing one of the most important love relationships in early 2020. I was lost in my assumptions and confusion, and profoundly helpless in the paralysis of not knowing how to be close.
In fact, I have been feeling a similar confusion very often in my life when being with people: What makes it hard to be really myself with others? Why do I start to feel less alive with the people I love most? How can there be so much distance between me and someone when there is so much love?
Finally, I visited a workshop with Yoram in early 2020. The bomb of clarity his teachings were to me blew my mind: I had not expected the existence of such helpful tools to help me understand the details of what is going on in my connection with myself and with others.
I’m touched to tears of gratitude… to experience that these specific tools are actually what helps me most in life to create closeness with myself and with others, and to create the freedom of living honesty together in a way that brings us closer; a freedom that allows us to feel alive, together.
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I feel like Fanny had a very profound impact on me with our meditated conversation between me and J.: Not just on the connection with J. but also a newfound belief in the power of conversation about difficult topics, a sense that it’s possible to stay in reality if we really dedicate ourselves to that
Through the mediation with Fanny between my partner and me, we could come to a consensus. I was incredibly grateful, as I think that without her help it would not have been possible. Fanny has also helped me greatly in processing my pain after the separation. Thank you Fanny.
« J’ai été très touchée par l’accompagnement de Fanny. Elle a su nous guider avec sensibilité et cela m’a permis de m’exprimer et me découvrir dans des espaces encore si peu connu. J’ai aimé que Fanny nous transmette aussi ce qui la traversait et la touchait en nous écoutant. Ça m’a donné l’impression d’être comprise ou en tout cas entendue, là où j’en étais. Je suis très reconnaissante de sa générosité et son empathie pour ce processus qui a été si important pour notre couple. »
Fanny offers a truly exceptional combination of deep understanding of communication mechanisms and an unparalleled ability to be empathetic and warm. This means that both the analytical *and* the emotional parts of me can really trust her and feel fully comfortable around her. Time with her is as enlightening as it is wholesome!
Fanny is an amazing session facilitator who helps you connect with yourself and gain clarity on what really matters. Her whole personality and every word she says is truly in line with NVC. She gently and gracefully navigates difficult conversations using her giraffe and jackal ears to help discover what is deep in the hearts. I felt my sessions with Fanny were extremely useful to become a kinder and more compassionate version of myself.
Fanny’s presence was very precious as my girlfriend and I discussed fears, wants, needs, and anguish about our relationship. Her ability to listen and help us clarify without judgement allowed us to find a new level of honesty with each other, I have the impression we created a new base of communication more solid than we’ve had in the past 5 years. Thank you, Fanny!