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The Healing Hub

In Trauma Training, I talked about practitioner training options for helping clients address trauma. If you’re not interested in becoming a practitioner but are interested in learning about trauma and healing, The Centre for Healing …

The Art of Action

As we progress down a spiritual path, we can run into some confusion about action. When we’re driven by the ego-self, it’s all about results. We set goals and plan for the future and to …

The Akashic Records

Life is a never-ending adventure. Doors open I didn’t expect to even look at. And as usual, some things are arising out of what may seem the sensible order. I’ve been aware of the Veda …

Body Care!

In the West, we’re trained to be mind-oriented and place value in masculine energy. Do, do, do. Often, our body gets short shrift. We (in general) take it for granted, feeding it lower quality food, …

Trauma Training

Any of you who is a therapist or healer of any type, I can strongly recommend becoming trauma informed. Introductory courses at The Centre for Healing are free, online, and at your own pace. But …

Reverse Polarity

There’s a curious way that polarity, the masculine & feminine, plays out in creation. This isn’t a question of gender, but dynamic. We’re all a blend of both with variations in emphasis. When you talk …

Talk on Trauma

Recently, I attended a talk on trauma from a Jungian perspective. It illustrated one of the big issues with how trauma has been discussed and treated. For one, it was mind-centric. More perhaps than Jung …

On Anxiety

Fear is a natural response to a threat to our well-being. Yet most of us very rarely experience a life-threatening event. Instead, the identified ego takes on the self role. Then we equate perceived threats …

Forms of Love

I wrote previously about the Greek names for types of love: Eros, Storge, Philia, and Agape. And I’ve written about the distinction between the emotion and the deeper love in life itself. Recently, Ryan Hassan …

Mithya

I’ve written before about how our dominant guna (quality) determines how we see the world. When Tamas (inertia) is dominant, we experience the world as solid and real. This is how most people see the …

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