Depression Can Be Homesickness For Yourself

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  “When we don’t create or express, we get homesick …homesick for ourselves. We’re missing the richness, the beauty inside of us.” -Pam Grout Depression …that grey, heavy, numb, sour, dark, muted, inertia. This is how we feel when we’re afraid to … Continued

Spirit Junkies – Grounding Heaven On Earth

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  “A spirit junkie is someone who chooses to perceive the world through loving lenses.” – Gabrielle Bernstein  It used to perplex me how I made it to mid-life and had not become addicted to anything. Where so many people … Continued

How To Bend Your Reality – It’s Easier Than You Think

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  I live on the edge of 1200 hectares of urban wilderness and one of my favorite things to do while I’m walking or hiking the trails in the morning is to play in, and create with, the ‘light’ body. … Continued

The Art of Chillin’ – Balm For The Soul

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  In the summer months, I freelance as a Bed and Breakfast host and Innkeeper. I love this work and it is hard work, yet it suits my inner being while also giving me most afternoons and evenings to pursue writing … Continued

Writing Close To The Bone – Part Two

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I am sitting in a cozy chair in the living room while I begin writing close to the bone. I can hear the tic…tic of the clock on the wall. The sound of the fridge humming in the background is almost soothing. … Continued

Writing Close To The Bone – The Art & Practice of Coming Undone

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I am sitting at my desk as I write this. From my window everything looks a bit bleak, bare, and grey. Even the sky looks chilly, pulling the clouds in close like a warm blanket. A few geese have just … Continued