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Culture, Mindfulness and the POC Body

Mindfulness and the Body and Connection to Indigenous Peoples Day I happened to be talking to my ‘Hot Mess to Calm Oasis’ Course participants on Indigenous Peoples Day, about mindfulness and the body, and I was reminded of how, as people of color, so much of our cultural experiences are body based. And likewise, our…

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Two Ways to Say It

Have you ever had the experience when after having an argument with your partner, you think back on what was said, and feel proud of how you handled it? Or do you typically feel more righteous and indignant, and maybe even just madder? Or maybe regret what you said or yelled or insulted? I know…

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A Calming Practice for Anxiety

Hi There! Just sharing a short video of a short calming practice that might be useful to you when you feel your anxiety creeping up and you notice you’re feeling upset. I’ve shared this practice a lot with couples who are feeling tense and near the edge, (or over the edge!) of an argument. The…

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HEART-FULL MOMENTS – Summer 2019

A monthly feature of “Listening with Heart” blog, sharing wise words, meaningful things read or good things found, to help warm your heart. These are the most impactful quotes I have read or heard this month that give me pause, or uplift my heart. Wisdom spoken in just a few words. They reflect what I’ve…

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Care for the Grieving Heart

Empathy for your losses I’ve been sending too many sympathy cards of late. Expressing my deepest condolences and sadnesses to people I care about who have lost someone they care about. And whom I’ve cared about. There is no right thing to say. Nothing takes away the pain. Mourning goes on, even when it feels…

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