Define Me.

June 17, 2021

Reading Time: 3 minutes We are living in a society of extremist definitions and polarities. Whether the conversations are about politics, diets, religion, or anything in between, there seems to be a growing mentality that “we” are against “them”. This is blatantly obvious on social media. Our feeds are filled with blind regurgitation of unresearched factoids which are often […]

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Reading Time: 10 minutes As one who serves as a vessel for healing energy to pass through her and a very isolated though in the city Shaman, the fridge dweller nature of observation, observation nature just has to come out. Am unusual but though I can not see clearly in the physical I do see a lot in other […]

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Reading Time: 7 minutes I am a woman and an embodiment of the Divine Feminine energy. I suppose it does interlace between being words for all and specifically for women because we all do have divine feminine in us and some of us also embody it. I would like to say before you read that this is in no […]

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A painting of a woman's torso propelled by windmill wings, looking introspective and content.

Reading Time: 3 minutes How often do you put your happiness and self-worth in the hands of others? Do you even realize when you’re doing it? If you constantly seek validation from others, as your sense of achievement is totally built upon others’ opinions, you only feel good about yourself when you receive recognition from others; otherwise, you keep […]

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A red and black painting with a man's profile and a bunch of symbols above his head.

Reading Time: 6 minutes Dr. Ken Best graduated magna cum laude from the Cleveland Chiropractic College and has since become an influencer whose practice is favored by Los Angeles celebrities. His latest book provides a guide to discovering and changing the limiting beliefs that block you from creating the life you want. Benjamin Eisenstein (BE): In your book, Eleven […]

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A drawing of a young woman with a prosthetic leg practicing yoga gracefully.

Reading Time: 4 minutes 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 man with tatoos holding his face.

Reading Time: 3 minutes When we decide to share something that feels shameful and puts us in the emotional space of vulnerability we must be clear as to our intention for sharing. When we share shame we need to be clear that it is being shared in a safe space and that the sharing is for our own healing. […]

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