Feel at home in your body and at peace with yourself


Currently browsing posts found in March2015

The forgotten feminine

On: March 31st, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

Being in the world “out there” carries with it more weight than does being in the world “in here”. When we’re “in here”, we’re thought to be navel gazing, time wasting, being selfish, airy fairy, and on it goes. But when we’re “out there”, we’re thought to be taking charge, getting things done, problem solving, achieving, just to name a […]

Forgetting and remembering

On: March 24th, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

“To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under the heaven.” From Ecclesiastes in the Bible, and a song written by Pete Seeger, made famous by The Byrds in 1965. * * * Infants know.  They know who they are and feel connected to all things.  Left unharmed, they live in a […]

The heart of the matter

On: March 17th, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

Here is an article I wrote a few years ago about psychological trauma, what it is, the myths that surround it and what you can do to move past it. Some say it’s our experiences of trauma that are at the heart of why we experience the a large body of psychological symptoms that we do:  the depressions, […]

From confusion to clarity Part 1

On: March 16th, 2015 at 8:20 am | Number of Comments » 0

Has it ever felt as though you’re walking through a giant maze in your mind?  Where it seems like one metaphorical wall after another rises to meet you as you invest your energies in growing forward? This can be particularly true for those of us who are coming out of an addiction and starting to “live life on […]

From confusion to clarity Part 2

On: March 10th, 2015 at 3:30 pm | Number of Comments » 0

In the first part of our discussion about moving through the mind from confusion to clarity, we talked about The Maze. Where it feels like there’s one metaphorical wall after another to overcome as we’re working hard to outgrow our pain. It’s exasperating. It’s exhausting. And it can feel as though we’re caught in something […]