A painting of a young girl and grown lady.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Our fight-or-flight response is a gift that kept us alive early in our evolution, while we were living in the wild. When we heard a tiger growl, we either had to fight it or run away. The first thing that happens during this sympathetic (SNS) response is that the mind loses its connection to the […]

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A painting of a lotus flower in the foreground, with some sacred geometry behind.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Positive Thoughts and Affirmations Do you remember the old saying, “Be careful what you wish for”? It’s a truer statement than you may think. The universe gives us exactly what we ask for, both positive and negative. This is referred to as The Law of Attraction. Always be mindful of your thoughts and words, as […]

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A painting of three women picnicking in a small boat.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Do you wake up each morning, after a restful night’s sleep, energized and eager to get your day started? Do you face your challenges with an open mind and an open heart? Do you end your day satisfied with what you have achieved, resting in the knowledge that you have met all your challenges and/or […]

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Waiting to die

June 11, 2021

Reading Time: 3 minutes Waiting for a family member to die or waiting to die, seems far too much to go through. And it is. The just waiting. The waiting. There are things, tools that can be used and done that can bring softening to the souls,all still very much so, living, even if waiting. Storytelling is good. Comforting […]

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Artwork with a concerned looking man with wings.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Good judgment comes from experience and a lot of that comes from bad judgment. (Will Rogers) Please make a thorough note of this: self-judgment is not a high-performance tool. When it comes to cultivating self-compassion, it is important that we do hone our internal dialogue. We have to center around cultivating the sense of compassion, […]

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An abstract painting of someone with angelic wings crouching.

Reading Time: 4 minutes I really want to help people. That’s what I have been telling myself, at least consciously since 12 years old when I participated in the D.A.R.E. club doing skits about not taking drugs at a rave party. But how? How can I REALLY help people? My parents wanted me to be a doctor, and I […]

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A spray-paint canvas featuring a female skeleton.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Toxic is a term that gets thrown around a lot. This person is toxic. I just ended a toxic relationship. Our government is toxic. While these may be apt descriptions, its overuse is desensitizing and devaluing the full weight of its meaning. Think about it this way: our physical bodies are presented with toxins daily. […]

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Becoming Resilient

December 22, 2020

Two boys playing.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Resilient: A person able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions. Throughout our lives, we are all exposed to trials and unexpected events that will ultimately impact us. These adversities can be anything from daily struggles such as an alarm not going off or an argument with a friend. To life-altering events such as […]

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An abstract painting of with horizontal panels of varying colors and shading.

Reading Time: 3 minutes I had an interesting discussion with a woman who came to play the transformational board game I invented called the Game of Clarity over the weekend. We start the game by formulating questions, regarding which each player wants clarity and direction. This woman had two different directions to choose from and after talking for a […]

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Reading Time: 6 minutes Back in the 1960s and 1970s, the word “deinstitutionalization” became a familiar term in America’s psychiatric world as per the government’s initiative to reduce the nation’s state psychiatric hospital population. The idea, supposedly, was to remove patients from inhumane conditions. What we ended up with, in many respects, was something even worse. Those with severe […]

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