Choosing to redesign, reboot, or overhaul your life is you finally coming home. Acceptance of self is dependent upon living in your truth.
When a narcissistic individual believes ownership of others is their right, enmeshment trauma becomes inevitable, which leaves victims bereft of their own identity, guidance system, and freedom.
I wanted to tell someone about this lovely dream I had last night. On the surface, it seems rather mundane, but, as many of us know, dreams are riddled with symbolism. The dream consisted of several scenes. The first one, I remember calling for… Continue Reading “Finding Grace”
First a brief story in quotes: “I want to write a novel about Silence,” he said; “the things people don’t say.” [Virginia Woolf, The Voyage Out] “So, the sounds emerging from us are ultimately a manifestation in our physical experience of the thoughts we… Continue Reading “Love”
Did you know that there’s a difference between being an US citizen and an American National? Or that you have less rights as a citizen and person under the law? I didn’t know either. So, let me tell you a story… The last few… Continue Reading “American National vs. US Citizen”
Cicadas, if you take the time to listen to their song, have a very rhythmic calling – almost like breathing, in and out, in and out. Their sound resonates from within their corrugated exoskeleton or tymbal, a drumlike buckling and unbuckling of muscle contractions.… Continue Reading “Rhythm of the Aura Body”
Fascinating paradoxical socially-conditioned conundrums we are being exposed to now: 1. Learning to place self, or even society, above responsibility normally reserved for job/career. 2. Learning to accept kindness from others after having been conditioned into believing “handouts” prove your lack of value. (Maybe,… Continue Reading “The Breakdown”
I have this memory of a question that my teacher asked. This may have been 6th grade. The teacher asked “what words do you just really hate?” Kids were raising their hands left and right, including me. But, my hand eventually went down as… Continue Reading “The Words We Speak”
When The Butterfly Effect came out in 2004 with Ashton Kutcher, it was at that time that the theory of the Butterfly Effect was introduced to most of us in the Western Hemisphere, or at least visualized our understanding of the concept. Simply put,… Continue Reading “Butterfly Effect”
Bi-fur-cation: to divide or fork into two branches. One week ago, I had this word pop in my head and it just will not leave. Perhaps I had heard the word at some point, but it’s not really one of those words that is even remotely used frequently, unless, possibly,… Continue Reading “Bifurcation”