Scott Kiloby is a noted international speaker, well-respected enlightenment (nonduality) teacher.
Lynn is an anchor to support your journey in living from your own innate wisdom and basic goodness.
I know it is possible to heal from our experiences of feeling disconnected and unworthy. I have. I am passionate in helping others to heal trauma and feel love and compassion for themselves.
Lynn (she/they) is a cis-gender* woman, lesbian, gender non-conforming, large bodied, able bodied, white, middle-class, mother of one and grandmother of three, elder (69 years old), social justice activist, meditator of 29 years, meditation and yoga teacher, and trauma survivor with significantly healed PTSD and CPTSD.
* cis-gender: person whose sense of personal identity and gender corresponds with their sex assigned at birth
“At its best, activism is a form of healing. It is about what we do and how we show up in the world. It is about learning and expressing regard, compassion and love.” Resmaa Menakem
Lynn is a white settler in Mi’kma’ki (Nova Scotia), the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” which Mi’kmaq Wəlastəkwiyik (Maliseet), and Passamaquoddy Peoples first signed with the British Crown in 1726.
I identified as a girl and woman because I didn’t feel like a boy or man. I describe myself now as gender non-conforming and genderqueer. I don’t feel I am a woman in the way society defines woman. We are conditioned to be a certain way and I have always rebelled at that. I am newly comfortable describing myself as nonbinary. I am not an either/or. To reflect this ongoing exploration, I am changing my pronouns to she/they. I identify with pronouns for women she/her and for nonbinary they/them.
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Friends With Your Mind, How To Stop Torturing Yourself With Your Thoughts.
Thought is a stimulus-response system. Most of us have suffered with intrusive, catastrophic thoughts when we are stressed. Or perhaps you can’t sleep or have social anxiety.
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“Lynn is the real deal.” ~ Dr. Rick Hanson
“I’ve sent the person I love the most – my partner – to Lynn for sessions. I leave you in Lynn’s more than capable hands.” ~ Scott Kiloby
“Hers was the most skilled, compassionate interview presence I’ve ever experienced.” ~ Dr. Bob Weathers
In 2005, Lynn developed PTSD after an assault. She now helps others heal from trauma and to reconnect with themselves. Watch this clip from an interview Lynn did with renowned trauma expert Dr. Gabor Mate.
Lynn Fraser addressed the Science and Nonduality Conference
Topic: Friends With Your Mind: How To Stop Torturing Yourself With Your Thoughts. The mind is a system of stimulus and response, and our brain literally develops in response to our experiences. One of the foundations of being friends with our own mind is to be able to work effectively with our thoughts, with our responses to our thoughts, and with the energy and sensations in our body that are stimulated by our thoughts. We need to know the essentials of how it works to understand our mindbody, feelings, nervous system and identification as a separate self.
Lynn Fraser brings the depth of twenty four years experience teaching meditation. She specializes in holding a safe, trusted space for healing trauma in her online groups, classes and private sessions. Lynn lives near family, ocean and forest in Nova Scotia Canada.
She is a senior teacher in the Himalayan Yoga Meditation tradition; a Certified Facilitator of the Kiloby Inquiries, a somatic mindfulness method of healing; and founder of the Stillpoint Method of Healing Trauma.
Lynn has been interviewed on major podcasts in her field, such as The Trauma Therapist Podcast, Therapy Chat, Not Another Anxiety Show and more.
Lynn is the founder of and interviewer for the Kiloby Center’s Radical Recovery Summit, an online exploration of addiction recovery with a diverse group of thought leaders and innovators in the field, including Gabor Maté, Rick Hanson, Resmaa Menakem, Irene Lyon and James S Gordon.
“Lynn’s the real deal.” Dr. Rick Hanson, neuropsychologist and author of the best-selling books Resilient, How to Grow an Unshakable Core of Calm, Strength and Happiness.
“Lynn has experienced a profound recognition of present moment awareness and embodies it naturally.” Scott Kiloby, founder Kiloby Center for Recovery, the first mindfulness based addiction recovery center in the US.
“Fast forward 30 years from when I first learned meditation in the early nineties. I see and love myself. I am authentic and connect deeply. My body is relaxed and a known space. Trauma is largely healed and resolved. I am mostly free of reactivity and I have skills to work with thoughts and sensation. I know from experience I can be with whatever is arising in this space and time. I feel, at 69, that I am now an emotionally mature adult.”