Being in your Power

March 13, 2016
 

The journey of self love

March 13, 2016

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The purpose of conflict

October 5, 2015
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Let's face it, no one likes to fight with the person we love the most. Some people avoid it like the plague and would do or say anything to keep the peace. There are moments that we can't avoid going into conflict where we experience the hurt of separation whether big or small. This is the key: We Don't Want To Suffer! because we don't truly understand the hidden healing meaning this situation can reveal.


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Being Present in Relationships

June 14, 2014

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At the beginning of 2014, I made the commitment to myself to take this year to work on being more honest.

As I explore honesty at a deeper level, I find myself face to face with dishonesty. I have found myself in situations where being honest was difficult and challenging, and I’ve discovered that I have an underlying fear of being judged that has been crippling me. But I realized that whenever I chose dishonesty in these challenging situations, I felt stressed, ...


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The Polarity Principle – A Marriage of Opposites

April 22, 2014



When we first become aware of a polarity and begin to work on healing it, there is a tendency to swing to the opposite polarity, as in going from passive to aggressive. But if we are conscious, we eventually find the balance between the two and become assertive. Who we are is a marriage of opposites. We are living contradictions.

Our attachment to happiness occurs when we reject suffering. Of course, we dont want to suffer, and we see happiness as the opposite of suffering, so we des...


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Motherhood an act of service

September 17, 2013

As a new mom, I have plenty of joys and fears. There is so much information around, so many contradictory opinions about bringing up your child. Everyone seems to have very strong opinions about what to do or not to do, what’s right or wrong. To vaccinate or not to vaccinate. To feed on demand or to feed on schedule. To attend every cry or to let your baby cry. To breastfeed or bottlefeed. The list is endless! And as a new mom, if you listen to every single opinion, it can be quite over...


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The Language of SHAME

June 7, 2012


There is one thing we all have in common, we have all being children and we all have parents.
Different societies and cultures have different standards, values and morals regarding family life and the relationship between parents and children.

A parent can not teach a child what he/she doesn't know or understand in him/herself.

What is shame? How can we recognize it in our everyday vocabulary? The last few months I've been observing how as a community we use the language of shame unconsciously. ...
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The Power of Surrender

April 27, 2012
Learning the Language of Emotions

Love, sadness and happiness are not good or bad – they are just energies that we feel. We all need to feel the energy of our emotions because we are alive. If we did not feel anything, we would not be alive.  From a spiritual point of view, It’s important that we feel anger, compassion, love or sadness, because they are all teachers. If I judge the teacher, then I am not learning. If I want only one teacher, then I am not learning everything that I ...


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Love, What is LOVE?

April 27, 2012

For me, at this moment in time, the closet word to describe Love is ACCEPTANCE.

Love has many dimensions:

-An spiritual imprint

-A belief system

-An emotional state

-A physical demonstration

Love means different things to different people.

Sometimes we just associate love with romantic love or parent/child love… Love is experienced differently depending on our level of awareness. There is no right or wrong way to experience love, depending on where we are in the “love journey” our un...


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The Healer's Journey

April 27, 2012
The Healer’s Journey brings you through the path to SELF discovery.

I had my first spiritual awakening at the age of 6. I remember it very clearly. I was a very angry little girl. I felt unloved and misunderstood. I felt trapped in my body as I felt the power of who I truly was, but it was only me who could see this as everyone else saw me as just a little girl, someone’s daughter. I moved to a new school, a catholic school run by salesians nuns. There was a little chapel beside my ...


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