A Cross-Country Journey of Healing Through ConnectionAn experiment in moments
In today’s society, so many of us feel isolated.
We pass by one another on the sidewalk; stand behind one another in the grocery store; sit next to one another on the train– yet we feel separate. We feel detached. We feel lonely.
This disconnect is making us sick, literally—over 60 million Americans feel so isolated that their health is damaged in ways that mirror the effects of high blood pressure, smoking and obesity.
Our bodies crave connection,
so why is it that people are becoming increasingly more lonely?
Why is it that we are often praised for independence, instead of being acknowledged for reaching out and connecting.
Just as we need food and water for survival, humans need connection to maintain health and longevity. Our evolutionary past proves that our survival is dependent on our collectivity.
Today, we no longer live as our ancestors did, but our brains and bodies still remain wired to connect. We need one another to thrive, for our emotional, physical, and spiritual wellbeing. A sense of belonging is deeply rooted within us, enabling us to feel truly alive and connected to our ourselves, our communities, and our world.
Being part of keeps us well.
We invite you to put down the phone, turn off the devices, and step back into humanity – alive, awake, and connected.
Welcome to the home of The Connection Cure, a cross-country human engagement project that explores face-to-face connection as a catalyst for healing and wellness.
Our nationwide workshops and connection conversations ignite the spirit, create conversation about our bodies, and aim to de-stigmatize loneliness in our increasingly disconnected society.
The Connection Tour
Love and Curiosity from the Road 10.24.18
The N train that takes you from Manhattan into Brooklyn is pure magic –– between Atlantic Avenue and Canal Street the train moves above ground. It’s this epic opening from darkness into blue sky, grey sky, or rainy sky. During this time you’re gifted t … read more
The Connection Cure visits legendary Mermaid Vicki in Weeki Wachee, Florida read more
Dark Circles and Definitions 9.11.18
Yesterday morning when I woke up, the first thing I did was look in the mirror. Over the years, this is how I have measured my level of wellbeing; the color of the underbelly of my eyes directly correlates to how sick I feel on any given day. It’s my b … read more
The Connection Cure visits the New Vista Ranch, a non-profit organization that supports and empowers youth and adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities read more
The Loneliness Experiment 9.11.18
Physique 57, Los Angeles October, 2017 One of my favorite things to do in my Brooklyn neighborhood is to stroll the streets, sit in coffee shops, and people watch. During the height of my loneliness my favorite thing to imagine was that every human bei … read more