Wholeness does not mean perfection. It means embracing brokenness as an integral part of life.

PARKER PALMER

How to become Whole

Becoming our softer, truer selves connects us to our tribe and the REAL World Wide Web. To become whole means to be more streamlined in your approach to life. It means having integrity, in the truest sense.  I will walk with you into the rooms in your home where you need more space, more aliveness, and more joy.  We are the experts of our own lives. I intend to listen and be curious about how you want to see your life. I will suggest some things that could bring a little more beauty… 

My hope is that my work with you might inspire more care for one another and for our collective home. 

4DB29BAA-4A02-4E34-B984-0BAA23E27E83_edited_edited.jpg
 

Coming home

Hindsight is 2020. It's a time of reflection, a time of revelations. Inspired by meaningful conversations with  friends scattered across the globe, How to become Whole began in May of 2020 when some of us had begun to realise how valuable our time is on this earth...  My intention now is to help others to enjoy their love of beauty, colour, nature, creatures, children, food, harmony and kindness. Hopefully, we've expanded our capacity for honesty, vulnerability, and wisdom…  I would like to help you to develop some new skills, and your sense of humour!

 

 I provide a warm welcome to children who are anxious, and can suggest nourishing food, good books, whole hearted music, and healing stories to their parents. I welcome couples with strong foundations who need to tune up their light heartedness, communication skills, and joy. I love to work with all types of creatives who want to be more at ease with themselves...

IMGP6164.jpeg

Some background...

Born in 60's New York to Dublin born parents, growing up in Paris, Dublin, London and Valencia. Tasting a multitude of cultures & languages, and forming an eclectic group of friends, I had a sense of the colourful fabric that constitutes our world. Always the foreigner, I relate to those others who are left out and seek to bring people together across cultural divides. Now in the Plague years I help others to reflect on all that they've learned, weaving their threads into their own part of the tapestry...

People talk a lot nowadays about being ‘embodied', 'soulful' or 'mindful'. My understanding of these concepts has been shaped from personal and professional experience into a world view that's multi-dimensional and unconventional. 

What matters most is that you're able to find your own integrity....

We live in a fractured world. I've always seen it as my role as an artist to attempt to make wholeness. ANISH KAPOOR

Interested in having a conversation about being more at home in yourself, with your partner, or helping your child to achieve this? Send me an email at catrionaocurry@gmail.com

Based in Wicklow, Ireland, but Zooming and FaceTiming all over the world these days!