Model and actress Carré Otis-Sutton, after surviving an abusive marriage, sexual assault, heroin addiction, and gunshots, turned to Tibetan Buddhism to embark on a new path. We have the power to dramatically change our lives, and our minds. A daily meditation practice helped her face and make sense of her suffering, and gave her the opportunity to apply her experiences toward helping others. She tells David how her spiritual practice informs every aspect of her life, what inspired her to create the Bare Mama Project, the importance of showing up for yourself, and how her silver hair is just one more beautiful silver thing she gets to wear.
“We have to be active participants in our change”
Bare Mama Project
Beauty Disrupted: A Memoir by Carré Otis
This Naked Mind by Annie Grace
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