Musings of Hope from a Celtic Warrior

On this Solstice a new life begins,

A new Fire is Kindled under the watchful gaze of Brighid

 

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Mindfulness and Grief

Originally posted on Untangled:
My mindfulness and meditation practice is extremely important to me. Some mindfulness masters teach that you cannot fully begin to meditate until you have wept deeply. I once read a story of a Zen teacher who flirted with meditation for years before he decided to commit. He recalled how he wept…

Sekhmet

I first met Sekhmet when on holiday in Egypt some 14 or more years ago. Or rather, she announced Herself to me. A magnificent blue-clad alabaster statue of her accompanied me back to England (the heaviest suitcase I have ever transported). Since then, She has lived in my bedroom. Acknowledged, but never really honoured or … Continue reading Sekhmet

A Human Jigsaw of Hope

Complex trauma in early childhood will often lead to dissociation, an absenting of the childs self from the body. Severe trauma may bring with it fragmentation, fragmentation into many parts. Fragmentation is not just within the mind, scattered into many pieces, often unaware of the existence of other fragmented parts (as in DID and OSDD). … Continue reading A Human Jigsaw of Hope

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