My Health: From Rags to Riches

Disclaimer: This is a story of personal experience. Please do not use my experiences to take the place of professional advice from a medical doctor. If you are ill, before attempting to use natural cures to heal, please talk to your doctor first. Please stay on your medication. Weaning off medication, fasting, and dieting should... Continue Reading →

Dealing With Keyboard Bullies

​The internet is like a shark's tank. It's all because people unconsciously still live in the past. They are carrying around large amounts of baggage. All that baggage and pain gets dumped on you instead. The bullies, rather than taking responsibility for their own life and feeling their feelings so they can heal from the... Continue Reading →

The Victim and The Thriver

It seems as if we all have different opinions as to what a victim or survivor is and many of us disagree with how those words are to be used. I have made up my own meanings as to the difference between these two oversimplified words. For me "victim" is the stage of grief we... Continue Reading →

On Using Diet to Heal Childhood Trauma

Early trauma can cause, later in life, a physical manifestation if we are not doing our inner-work. If we are interested in healing the trauma, however, it might be important to go on a diet that allows the physical and emotional manifestation of said trauma to feel safe enough to let itself be Known. We... Continue Reading →

Sometimes It’s Not About You

It's OK to take things personally sometimes to bring up those buried emotions from unhealed wounds of the past to the surface. We need to take things personally for our healing journey if you consider that. If someone has made you upset, it is not a weakness; it is a call to give full expression... Continue Reading →

On Forgiveness

Healing is not contingent on forgiveness but forgiveness may be a natural byproduct of true and complete healing from trauma. I would like to share some empowering and validating passages from the book "Miss America By Day" written by Marilyn Van Derbur who was incested from age 5-18 by her father. Marilyn courageously did the... Continue Reading →

The Authority Within Part II

The Importance of self-experimentation and trusting the Self when committing to healing modalities and dieting: Truth might not live outside us like we might think it does. We can only know what works and what doesn't through personal experience, through our mistakes and through our own inner wisdom and guidance. It is great to listen... Continue Reading →

Why I Love to Hate Myself

I felt this for quite some time but it came crystal clear to me a while back that how can we get to a place of self-love unless we honor those times of self-hate? Over half a year ago, I was writing in my journal while some really deep feelings were surfacing. "Why do you... Continue Reading →

A Possible Answer to C-PTSD

C-PTSD might go away when we feel the feelings revolved around the trauma. When the abuse is faced head-on we shall be free, but it takes time and it's a process. Old feelings will begin to surface as our body becomes more prepared for it. The healthier we are, the better. The OCD, panic attacks,... Continue Reading →

Removing the Mask

Positivity and smiling are great if they are authentic and a consequence born out of realizing the self as a result of healing our past wounds. When we come out the other end of doing the hard emotional gut-wrenching self-work, positivity is no longer forced; it's a natural  byproduct of genuine cathartic release. Often, however,... Continue Reading →

Emotion as a Catalyst to Growth

I often hear "If Source is love, why does life hurt so much?" "Why does Source allow bad things to happen?" Could it be we feel that way due to our conditioning that hardship is a bad thing? If we use our challenges as a catalyst to make ourselves better people, then we can see... Continue Reading →

Why Darkness Might Be Our Friend

And why I'm not afraid of the dark side of life... We might use the term "negative" to ascribe to those people brave enough to talk about and face the darkness, but I find the darkness and the facing of it rather positive and here's why: Running from and going out of our way to... Continue Reading →

Surviving VS Thriving

I don't want to be alive (surviving). I want to LIVE (thriving). There is a big difference between the two. Anybody can breathe air in and out of their lungs. That's not very impressive. It's an automated function. Nobody is ever happy surviving, existing, just getting by, breathing, or just doing the motions. Being on... Continue Reading →

For Sex Abuse Survivors

I have been following the below website "Evil Sits at the Dinner Table" for years. I have always respected the author and held her in high esteem for having the courage to break the silence on the taboo topic of childhood sexual abuse trauma, incest and its ramifications. I have always found the author to... Continue Reading →

Feeling Better VS Healing

If therapy (whatever it is) can help you gain access to your repressed feelings in order to release them, that should really help you. Those feelings need to come out as they are toxic to your mindspiritbody. If the therapy is helping you feel better because you are dissociating from the pain, you will still... Continue Reading →

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