Trust your exhaustion. Take a rest. A nap. STOP. It’s okay. It’s good to listen to the body.


Both silence and stillness can be found in all movement and noise as well… silence and stillness are foundational…we need not stop doing anything nor do anything in particular to find them.


I’ve been spending a lot of time in a completely dark closet that is large enough for sleep, meditation and yoga. Ha ha…yeah. I’m in the closet. A lot. It’s very helpful in healing energy boundary issues. I’m learning to feel energy in ways I never knew how to before.

As I listen to the body within that container I can better hear my body and know what I need to do next to heal the ravaged tissues in my face and the blood/brain barrier. Both systems have been wrecked by pharmaceuticals and then infections secondary to the pharma wounding.


When people are psychiatrized and labeled bipolar there is an attempt to force them into a very limited expression of who they truly are. In this circumstance a person is neither grounded nor expanded in ways that allow for full expression. They are muted on both ends of the spectrum.

Healing actually involves more grounding and more expansion both.

Western medicine knows nothing about how to do this. Really, most disciplines all over the world are lacking in understanding this in any effective way for those most seriously affected. Those most seriously affected are sensitives who have suffered great trauma–both in this lifetime and most likely epigenetically too. Trauma is passed on through the generations. These folks are traumatized. Healing is transmuting that trauma.

“Heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads.” – Henry David Thoreau


“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” – Henry David Thoreau

We need to both expand and contract — simultaneously — to hold the whole shebang… it all collapses at that point and duality is held in oneness. Into the earth and out to the sky…


Childhood neglect/abuse of all kinds change the body. This must be appreciated if we ever want to *LOVE* our brothers and sisters.The homeless, the incarcerated, the “mentally ill” are all traumatized and have injured nervous systems. We’re participating in murder when we ignore this.

The biology of it isn’t understood. We have bodies. They get injured – recovery isn’t always possible in the current climate because ordinary people are cruel to those they don’t understand. The most vulnerable are routinely thrown away and, frankly, murdered with society’s blessing.

If it’s not already clear, psych drugs do not heal these injuries-they actually compound them. A system that drugs people instead of listening to them also further traumatizes and does not heal. Our system of “care” is a system of eugenics. Death by neglect…delivered by pharma and supported by just about everyone who trusts the medical system.


***Even if you actually believe people choose their poverty or other unpleasant life experiences there is no reason we can’t help people in bad circumstances. maybe, in fact, it’s actually about you – a test to see if you’re an asshole or not.

**we are here to love one another.**


Truth? There is no room for truth in the MYSTERY. Things are the way they are. Observe.


Survival demands focus. Focus or die.


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  1. This post is timely for me thank you. My little business that I’ve been working hard at for 3 years kinda blew up in the last 3 weeks. I’ve suddenly been working 10 hours a day, 7 days a week. My body isn’t used to this, and I’m utterly exhausted. Also back in July I made a decision to completely disconnect from immediate family for whatever time I need to heal from the particular trauma they continue to unwittingly inflict. That too has been new and exhausting. And in a lot of ways liberating. Look… I step away… and start becoming myself… and my business starts to grow because people can really see me. Just today I said aloud to myself a number of things you write in this post.



    1. nice. thank you for sharing. I had to cut my family off too…truth is they cut me off a long time ago and only pretend to relate…I imagine you know this as well. xo it’s challenging to keep distance. I love them so much and really cannot be around them at all.

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      1. Ah yes this is a good insight – my family too, cut me off long ago and pretended to relate. As usual I strongly relate to what you say! I feel like I’m currently going through a “necessary grief” where at the age of 52 I’m actually grieving the family I lost at probably age 15, but have always tried to hold on to. Now I’m letting them go, and seeing what else occurs.


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