Boundaries

December 13, 2019

There is no soft way to put it in words when you have been sexually abused as a child and that defined your sexuality and messed up your perception of friendship and intimacy. You can only become aware of it, accept it, hate it, hate everyone, use people, feel guilty about it, start the pattern […]

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A portrait of an unpleasant-looking man with green hair.

The question often asked by outsiders is, “why do you accept this type of behavior?” They assume that if it were them, they’d have left the moment it started. What they fail to realize is that narcissistic abuse is normally a gradual process. Abusers want their victims to accept the harshness as part of our […]

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Am impressionist painting of a woman;.

I am sure many people can relate to the symptoms and causes of depression and PTSD. I have been living with depression most of my life and have been in denial up until recent years. The PTSD has only just been recognized in the past year—back in the 70’s/80’s it wasn’t a common diagnosis among […]

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Soul loss is a form of self-preservation. When we experience trauma, we experience soul loss because the part of ourselves that gives us life and vitality “leave” in order to prevent permanent damage. This causes a systemic distortion that manifests in many ways, ultimately compromising our quality of life and our ability to connect with […]

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“I don’t really care who you are, what your relationship is to me…I just need you to get out.” This words left Martha’s mouth with so much hate and venom I wanted to push my chair back a bit. They were directed at her son, Timothy, who had just told his conservative Christian mom that […]

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A young person in a robe looking despondent.

I’ve been feeling this post, inspired by a conversation between myself and a lovely friend, brewing for a number of days now, but I listened to my intuition telling me to wait before writing it. I waited until I had my session with my Theta Healer (look up Theta Healing or ThetaHealing if you are […]

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As a mind-body wellness practitioner and yoga teacher, I was bound by joy when I discovered yoga is classified as “sensorimotor psychotherapy” in a PTSD workshop. This was incredibly refreshing and in lieu of this I could really sense the medical and scientific backing of yogic healing. The classification implies direct inquiry into the science […]

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A brighty colored abstact painting.

I knew since I was young that I would be working in an arts-related industry but never expected to work as an actual fine artist. I never even knew that was a possibility. I thought fine art was only done by white men during the Renaissance and not a modern era profession. It turns out […]

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A teenage girl sitting on the floor looking away.

The popularity of yoga is rising worldwide. Nowadays the mental and physical health benefits of yoga are being researched more and more and the evidence for its positive contribution to well-being is growing. It’s being practiced all around the world and is starting to be incorporated in many different settings as a supportive tool in […]

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Sally Hutchison is a practitioner of sound healing who uses tuning forks to locate and treat disturbances in the biomagnetic field of her patients. She says that in addition to freeing oneself of energetic blockages receiving a “sonic massage” allows one to harmonize with the planet’s electromagnetic frequency.

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