The Forrest Wilson Experience

Losing Your Father Early in Life with Alexander Love

January 05, 2024 Forrest Wilson Season 1 Episode 44
The Forrest Wilson Experience
Losing Your Father Early in Life with Alexander Love
Show Notes

In this episode, Alexander Love and I explore what it is like to lose our fathers at a young age.

Alexander's father was murdered when Alexander was 20 years old.
My father passed away a few days after I turned 24.

As always, this podcast is recorded from a Field of wellbeing, wholeness, healing, generativity, love, compassion, wisdom, and precision.

We invite you to relax into and be resourced by the Field this podcast is recorded from. All of you is welcome here.

Together, Alexander and I explore:

  1. The impact of losing our fathers at any early age
  2. The catalyst of an extraordinary life event sparking an invitation to do healing, developmental, and awakening work in the world
  3. Contacting our pain and our hurt consciously and intentionally
  4. The love that is an ever present possibility and well that the pain and hurt in us can drink from
  5. Fatherless Men and The Longing for The Father

I'll also name the enjoyment I feel in the process Alexander and I go through about halfway through the episode, where we pause in Silence for some time, explore whether or not our recording has come to completion, and then emerge in aliveness with our continued exploration.

Alexander's Website
Forrest's Website

Our Emerging Future

Alexander's Ted Talk: How embracing pain creates a legacy of love

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