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February 2016

Trauma & Brain Development

By | Discovery

When working with clients I take a thorough history. Early childhood stress caused by emotional or other abuses in the child’s environment can have long term effects on an individual’s development. Research in brain elasticity gives us renewed hope that some of the negative impact can be mitigated if not completely healed. Read More

Heal Regret

By | Discovery

Mary Oliver writes, “The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time.” Read More

Nature’s Magic

By | Beauty Bath

I’ve been burning Sweetgrass lately. Clearing the wide open spaces of possibility. Also known as Holy grass, Bison Grass, Mary’s grass, or hair of our mother – this aromatic herb is native to northern Eurasia and North America. One more wand made of nature’s magic.
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Joplin on Presence

By | Discovery

I’ve always been fascinated by Janis Joplin. She shot out like a clandestine comet hurling herself into our awareness from the beige cultural conventions of the 1950s that imprisoned the imagination and the feminine essence in the western world. Her attempts to liberate her creativity, find love and acceptance, and ultimately her self-destruction have much to teach us about just how close we are and are not to living the pure truth of our being. Read More

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