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Power And Sensitivity

Power And Sensitivity

‘Highly sensitive beings suffer more but they also love harder, dream wider and experience deeper horizons and bliss. When you’re sensitive, you’re alive in every sense of this word in this wildly beautiful world. Sensitivity is your strength. Keep soaking in the...

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3 Ways To Cultivate Empowering Resources In Times Of Distress

3 Ways To Cultivate Empowering Resources In Times Of Distress

I want to offer you some thoughts and ideas about 3 ways to cultivate empowering resources in times of distress. Once a Movement Medicine colleague, therapist, ancestral healing practitioner and friend, Catherine Dunne, said that we need conversations not about the...

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Midlife As Initiation, Threshold And Rite Of Passage

Midlife As Initiation, Threshold And Rite Of Passage

Dear all, these are some of my thoughts on the time of women’s midlife. This is a multi-layered topic. Before I start, I want to acknowledge the place from which I am speaking: I am a white, straight, able-bodied and privileged woman in Europe. As such, what I offer...

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Visualisation to relate to the inner critic creatively

Visualisation to relate to the inner critic creatively

“Imagination is the language of the soul. Pay attention to your imagination and you will discover all you need to be fulfilled.” Albert Einstein I would like to share with you a few words about our inner critic and how to relate to it creatively through a...

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