If you knew me when I was 9-years old, you would have considered me the most unlikely of healers. My younger sister remembers me as “fun-loving.” I loved listening to music, playing games with my friends in the summer, reading comic books, and watching TV. I was a pretty typical kid. Maybe on the artsy-craftsy… Continue reading I’m a Reluctant Healer
In the post, Healing a Legacy of Trauma, I write about how many cultures believe that when we die, our spirits don’t immediately shed the concerns they had in the physical world. In fact, quite often, the spirts of those who have died, remain in the physical world as “troubled spirits.” These troubled spirits often… Continue reading Who are the Ancestral Guides?
With years of therapy, coaching, and a plethora of self-help programs, it never ever occurred to me that I might want to consider how the pain and trauma experienced by my ancestors might be contributing. Like many people in the United States, I believe that when we die, our spirit somehow lives on. But it… Continue reading Healing a Legacy of Trauma