On trauma (The Sinner, Netflix)

What I just finished was, “The Sinner” (Netflix) …a deep and disturbing and profoundly beautiful filmed series about heinous ongoing trauma and how it played out for this particular woman. ...

Cucina Naturale | Simple organic whole food

Healing is a dynamic flow of constant change.  I always have a lot of fun experimenting in the kitchen in order to meet those changes...

Babbling stream meditation

I finally got to the woods to do this. On May 13th I did a short 27 second  (hand-held) video very close by to this one.  I've been wanting to get back there since and have not had the physical well-being to do so. It's taken a bit over 2 months to pull it off,... Continue Reading →

Healing the second pharmaceutical brain injury… some details

The below are some of the things that helped me this time around and during a short period of time. Everything is always changing for me. Healing is a dynamic thing...it is by nature constant change. What I share is a tiny bit during a very tiny window of a much longer journey. Everyone is different. I share not so that what I've done might be copied but so that the energy of how I find what is appropriate for me might be gleaned. We are all different. Healing looks different for everyone. 

Leaflin: purveyor of magic

by Leaflin Lore Winecoff -- I would like to not think in terms of words like "anxiety", "depression"; "chronic pain" and "disorder", because I feel that these words cloak secret treasures. I got "magician problems". ...

On trauma and madness in mental health services

BY Noël Hunter That's when I decided, wisely or not, to join the very field that almost killed me. My entire motivation for returning to school was to explore the human rights violations and social injustices of the mental health field (I had no idea what I was in for!). ...

Rest in peace my dear friend and comrade in madness…Ian Scheffel (formerly Bill Scheffel)

We have no memory of being in the womb or emerging from the birth canal. Dreams are quickly forgotten if remembered at all. We experience emotions but may not always know why. The most fundamental dimensions of our experience cannot be found in any solid way, quantified, or even seen. How can we understand spiritual emergencies and other spiritually transformative events if, as R.D. Laing wrote, “We can see other people’s behavior but not their experience?” ...

Dark night — healing the shadow and the dark emotions

There is a lot of talk about “light workers” in some spiritual circles these days. I’d like to ask: what about those of us who are doing SHADOW work? The shadow of humanity is that which largely remains unconscious in most human beings…thus, shadow work is very important! Coming to full consciousness demands it.

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