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Contemplation on Healing

Contemplation on Healing

I have been thinking a lot about what it means to be in the role of a healer and what it means to heal as a person in this world. The books “Medicine Woman” by Lucy H. Pearce and “The Artist’s Way” by Julia Cameron have been part of my reading the last few weeks. Both...
An opportunity to explore hope and healing ✨

An opportunity to explore hope and healing ✨

✨ How do you want to approach this new year? ✨ I offer you a chance to step into 2021 from the perspective of hope and healing. 2020 was hard for everyone – people were affected and continue to be affected across a broad spectrum and there is a lot of pain and...
Holiday Help!

Holiday Help!

Suffice it to say this will be a holiday season like no other in our memory. Holidays can be stressful or challenging during ordinary times but in the age of Covid, it is normal that feelings of pressure, stress, or grief may be amplified. When feelings threaten to...
Finding Connection in the time of COVID-19

Finding Connection in the time of COVID-19

So the reality is that we are all going to be navigating a new “normal” for a while. Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, one of the preeminent trauma researchers and scientists in the world, states that one of the ways to lessen the impact of stressful and traumatic events is...
Ever been told you’re too sensitive?

Ever been told you’re too sensitive?

Sensitivity Sensitive Pronunciation /ˈsensədiv/ /ˈsɛnsədɪv/ ADJECTIVE 1 Quick to detect or respond to slight changes, signals, or influences. 1.1 Easily damaged, injured, or distressed by slight changes. 1.2 (of photographic materials) prepared so as to respond...
Breathing Techniques for Improved Mental Health

Breathing Techniques for Improved Mental Health

Diaphragmatic Breathing How? Inhaling into the abdomen as slowly and deeply as possible Exhaling slowly and completely as possible while abdomen contracts Focus on 4-6 breaths per minute for 15 minutes per day A free app called The Breathing App can help Why? Help...