There are seven central chakras in the body, but in total, there are over 2000. Most people hear the word “chakras” and roll their eyes and imagine some hippy or hipster meditating. Truthfully, these Energy centres matter more than even meditators generally know. The Crown Chakra, above your head, is the connector point between usContinue reading “Why the Chakras Matter”
Keep the Light shining within you!
As a culture we give all the appearances of a race of people addicted to the negative and talking about the negative. Notice how easy it is to get into a conversation with someone about a topic that is dark, or about a third person. The same can be said about the Healing Process. WeContinue reading “Talk is Cheap”
Stress is the known, the conscious thing you are dreading or concerned about. Anxiety, however is unconscious. It’s the panic attack that hits you “out of nowhere”. It’s the fight with your partner over laundry that gets completely out of control and the next thing you know, you are having a screaming match over socks.Continue reading “Anxiety and Psycho-Spiritual Healing”
“Adults who suffer from developmental trauma may go on to develop Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or “cPTSD,” which is characterized by difficulties in emotional regulation, consciousness and memory, self-perception, distorted perceptions of perpetrators of abuse, difficulties in relationships with other people, and negative effects on the meaningfulness of life.” –Grant Hilary Brenner M.D. In otherContinue reading “Adults and Developmental Trauma”
He said when you’re really frightened and scared and need help, you can get a Life Activation and bring the Light down to you.
As a Culture, we have a real opportunity to make changes from the ground up, and that means starting with our children. Countless studies have shown that Meditation has positive effects on both the brain and the whole body’s ability to deal with stress. This isn’t even bringing Spirituality into the conversation. Meditation is goodContinue reading “Mindfulness, Mini Me Yoga, and Body Image”
Hindsight, as they say, is 20/20…If I had known what I know now, in terms of skills and tools, I would have had a lot more to offer my at-risk students when I was a Special Education Teacher. Children living in poverty have extreme behaviours, at times, because they are living in extreme circumstances. It isContinue reading “Neurodiversity, Education, and Classroom Management”