We run from our emotions and our past, we're afraid to meditate, we're afraid of what we've repressed. Don't be. Here's what to do.
Release anger in ways that actually deplete the amount of it stored in your body. Here's how.
Recently, I watched the beautiful film, "The Wisdom of Trauma." And now I'm reading the gutting but honest book, "In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction." Both pieces share the work of the esteemed Dr. Gabor Maté, Canadian physician and addiction expert. I wholeheartedly agree with his premise: Our entire world needs … Continue reading Towards a trauma-informed world (short post)
We had a great discussion in class today that I want to share with you: The bottom line is this: In healing and in life, our first priority is ourself. If we’re in a bad situation, an abusive relationship, or a toxic workplace, then our first priority is getting out of that situation and getting … Continue reading The first priority for healing is not them; it’s you
Years of massage, chiro, and acupuncture didn't help me. When I realized that my pain had an emotional cause, energy healing did.
A Veritable Crisis The US news organization NPR has an article that asks whether childhood trauma should be treated as a public health crisis. It explains, rightly, how visible forms of disease are indeed labeled "crises" when they affect a certain percentage of the population. Outbreaks of influenza and hepatitis are given as examples. And yet, … Continue reading Childhood Trauma: The public health crisis is bigger than we think
I thought I’d share my answer to a question (on Facebook) about “soul retrieval” and whether we are able to do this for ourselves, or whether we need someone else to do it for us. Note: This is just a short post. What is Soul Retrieval First, what’s “soul retrieval”? In energy medicine, we … Continue reading Soul Retrieval: Bringing our soul into wholeness (short post)