I love kind soulful friends who encourage me to be compassionate with myself. I’m blessed to have a few such friends my life. One of them reminded me this morning that it’s quite okay to be a work in progress.Read More
Nobody wishes or chooses to be chronically ill. By any reasonable standard, it’s a rough ride.Read More
Everyone I know with chronic struggles has a history of living beyond they’re personal limits.Read More
A 7-week intensive that will teach you the tools you need for radical healing.Read More
Healing is a skill. It requires a framework to understand the process and a set of tools to navigate along the passage.Read More
I spent the last few hours revisiting my life from twenty years ago in Ithaca, NY and find myself wondering how much I’ve changed in twenty years and how much I’m the same.Read More
If you’ve been working to heal a chronic struggle, you know how challenging it can be.Read More
One of the most common complaints I hear from people in pain is that they can’t tell people how they are actually doingRead More
Even though we know that healing isn’t linear and we’re bound to have regressions, nobody likes it when it happens! It’s pretty easy to freak out and catastrophize.Read More
Life throws curves and challenges that requires us to be flexible. Right now I'm responding to a cancer curve ball by supporting a close friend.
If you’ve been on the healing path for a while, you will undoubtedly have encountered the apparent dichotomy of evolving verses accepting. How do you know when to question and heal your ways verses accepting yourself as you are?Read More
As a highly sensitive person, I’ve been in countless situations where I wished I were less permeable and more resilient.Read More
When my daughter was 18 months I looked in the mirror one morning and said to myself, “You need help”.Read More
Everybody has bad days when their personal triggers come up. Healthy living doesn’t mean never falling apart.
How we think about what's happening in our minds or bodies has a huge impact on how we heal.
Life load is a huge factor in every long-term health issue. We become acclimatized to the load we are carrying and often lose sight of how taxing it is on our mind/body.Read More
When it comes to our personal health, our focus is often what’s going on in our body in the present. Health practitioners take into consideration genetics and the diseases that run in our families, but something that’s not often given attention is how our ancestral load plays a role in our current health landscape.Read More
Trauma that we experienced in childhood can continue to consume part of our vital life energy today.Read More
There are many ways to improve your resilience ranging from eating right, exercising regularly, keeping good sleep habits, meditating etc.Read More
One of the ways of dealing with addictive behaviours, not just drug addictions but every kind of addiction, is through presence rather than through will power.Read More