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- Self-Healing. Shining My Light. A Sacred Calling.
- Expressing My ‘Bigness.’ Playing Small. Patriarchy. THIS IS ME!
- My Thoughts On The Newly-released Book, “Discovering the Inner Mother: A Guide to Healing the Mother Wound and Claiming Your Personal Power” by Bethany Webster
- The Great Conjunction of 2020 – A Musical Journey
- Holiday Support
- Healing Your Mother (Or Father) Wound by Phillip Moffitt
- The Cycle Of Abuse
- Revisiting Personal Beliefs And Values. Unpacking New Age Teachings.
- Forgiveness — A Result Of The Healing Process Rather Than The Goal Or A Prerequisite To Healing
- Acceptance — Not Forgiveness — Is Much More Effective & Therapeutic
- A Narcissistic Mother’s Drama
- “She [your mother] did the best she could.”
- A Mother’s Betrayal. A Daughter’s Trust Issues.
- My Mother’s Involvement. Triangulation. Mediating Between My Parents.
- Maternal Narcissism – A Most Apt Description Of A Mother’s Odd & Hurtful Behaviors
- 64 ways in 64 days nonviolence daily reflection
- 64 ways of living nonviolently
- abusive family
- childhood and family wounding
- Chiron Return
- finding our geographical home on earth
- inner child
- inner voice
- living in peace
- Mother Earth
- mother wound
- peace work
- root chakra
- season for nonviolence
- self assertion
- setting boundaries
- throat chakra
- watch & listen
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- RT @tinybuddha: Learn to be okay with people not knowing your side of the story. You have nothing to prove to anyone. https://t.co/vzjtqFfV… 3 weeks ago
- RT @cptsdfoundation: Don't lose hope. When it gets darkest the stars come out - #CPTSD #Healing #Anxiety #ComplexTraumaRecovery #ComplexPTS… 3 weeks ago
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Tag Archives: childhood and family wounding
I’ll be lying if I say that I have transcended my fear-based 3D level of consciousness that nothing now fazes me. Not knowing this woman’s exact psychological condition and state of [mental and emotional] health has certainly caused me to … Continue reading
I sense a familiarity in the energy, in his personality. The politeness, kindness and generosity he initially shows me truly impresses me. I’m almost swept off my feet! I’m tempted to be swayed by the false, limiting belief that “It’s … Continue reading
On that fateful December 29, 1994 evening, my last vision of my father, which I posted about here, Dad not only exhibited such an unfathomable horrific display of anger. He even prepared the unthinkable — a deed to disown me! My … Continue reading
If you’ve been following this site for several months now, you may have already read about the pivotal astrological Chiron Return phase that I’m going through. Chiron Return is the time when Chiron goes back to its original position in our natal … Continue reading
“Dad, are you happy?” I finally mustered enough courage and asked my father. Asking him how he was didn’t come easily to me not only because of my fear of speaking up. It was also because Dad and I rarely … Continue reading
“Talaga Nadine? Sandok? Yun ang ginamit ko? (Really Nadine? Ladle? That’s what I used?) “ She sounded very surprised. To my surprise. Dad’s second wife responded as though she was hearing it for the first time. Or like I was talking … Continue reading
“Ay, bakit ganyan ang itsura ng anak ko? Ang itim-itim! (Oh, why does my child look like that? So dark-skinned!)” Huge disappointment was clearly behind those words. They were uttered by my mother after having seen me for the first time after she gave birth to me — her … Continue reading