Archive | Wellness and Prevention

On Gratitude as a Practise

This paragraph was shared with me today, and as Gratitude is a skill I teach so very often, I thought to share it! Other words for this include “Finding the Gift (in a situation)” Here goes: “Gratitude is rooted in appreciating and recognizing the inherent value in something — whether welcomed or not. It requires an opening […]

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Mindful Meditation Proves Positive for Pain Relief

Whether you are a beginner or a meditation “maven,” with practice and perseverance, the benefits of the practice of meditation reaps benefits both mentally, physically and also spiritually. As alternative healing practices are working their way into Westernized medicine, we are seeing studies proving that combining traditional medicine and holistic healing brings greater outcome of […]

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Earthkeepers’ Equinox Message

The Earthkeepers believe that to live fully and dream courageously, we must wake up each morning and live this day as if it were our last. Only when we face the reality that we are mortal, and that we have no control over when we depart this physical existence, do we find the courage to […]

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Changing Your Personal Myths

“Changing your personal myths requires interacting with familiar stories in new ways so that you can use those energies more wisely and efficiently.” ─Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D.   “Change Your Story – Change Your Life!”

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“The Secret Formula for Resilience”

Dear Readers Resilience is one of my favorite topics. It is about how we decide to perceive and experience adversity. As this author states “Perception is key to resilience: Do you conceptualize an event as traumatic, or as a chance to learn and grow?”  This is so true, and so relevant to personal growth and […]

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Good Enough!!

Dear Readers! I have heard this story many times, and today I came to me again from Marc & Angel in their daily message. I have posted it before, and here it is again. It is timeless, and fits all cultures.   “Once upon a time there was an elderly woman who needed to walk […]

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Soul Retrieval

Unresolved trauma from our family of origin can cause many of our repeating patterns and puzzling issues in our daily lives. Psychology calls this dissociation. We remedy this with Soul Retrieval ~ removing the “hot button” that activates these old memories, some of which may not even be active ones, hiding from us to protect […]

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How Living In The Past Fractures Your Relationships + 5 Ways To Heal

  By Aletheia Luna   When you reflect on your past, what do you think of and how do you feel? If you are like most people you are invigorated with distant memories of love and joy – perhaps you reflect on past romances, distant lands, old friends or small successes. But there is a flip […]

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Intrusive thoughts? Try Focusing On Your Breath

 Our minds are not entirely under our control. Fyodor Dostoevsky noted as much in 1863, when he penned his famous white bear observation. “Try to pose for yourself this task: not to think of a polar bear, and you will see that the cursed thing will come to mind every minute.” Over a century later, […]

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To become a butterfly, you must be willing to give up being a caterpillar.