A doorway with a yellow bird peeping around the corner at a big sun.

Reading Time: 6 minutes Our Higher Self is the best version of ourselves, that which holds the highest vibration and knows everything about our soul’s journey. It’s been inside us all along. It knows what our life lessons are, what we came here for, and what are our highest possible potentials in this lifetime. We live in duality to […]

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An abstract mixed-media piece with a dark chasm horizontally and a golden sphere in the middle.

Reading Time: 4 minutes What is anxiety? Anxiety can be classified as sudden panic attacks or chronic experiences of stress. Basically, anxiety features repeated patterns of stress that have been affecting our societies more than before over the past decade or so. Very often we keep hearing that stress is the go-to answer from medical professionals when there is […]

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A painting of a woman kicking a shadow.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Roadblocks can turn into cornerstones, if you learn to leverage them. I went to Nashville for a training course back in March but it was terminated earlier due to Covid-19. I rushed to Singapore, where I served a two-week quarantine, hoping to get my work visa would renewed on time, but that didn’t happen. So […]

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A painting of a solitary girls on a swing facing the moon, with her back to us.

Reading Time: 6 minutes An estranged family prioritizes the autonomy and individuality of each member, sacrificing emotional connection to one another. Similar to all groups and communities, the family members are attempting to cope with the tension between honoring individual preferences and beliefs and coalescing or uniting around a particular vision and set of values. The system operates with […]

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Reading Time: 5 minutes Disclaimer: These thoughts are based on my own experience and education in psychology I have received. They do not reflect the experiences or feelings of all trauma survivors. Control as a Trauma Response Growing up in an abusive home with all varieties of substance use, I was never short of trauma in my life. Few […]

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An abstract painting with very bright swirling strokes.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Self-improvement was something I continually strove for. I was always looking for a way to step out of my comfort zone and learn through new experiences. My interest in energy and alternative healing began with dedication to my yoga practice. I tried different styles from different instructors. Some classes were more fitness-based, with a strong […]

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Reading Time: 5 minutes The ability to use and interpret language is, as far as we are aware, a characteristic unique to the human species. It is an ability to express thoughts and feelings with spoken sounds, or written symbols, and for others to recognize and understand the meanings of these sounds and symbols. The term “language” may also […]

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Reading Time: 9 minutes I had initially written this blog post for the SWADE (Saskatoon Weight Attitudes & Disordered Eating) Committee I am apart of. I thought how relevant this is especially given our current circumstances globally. I know there are many individuals who do not have the proper coping strategies and internal safety to manage such stressful times…my […]

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A girl looking a bit sad sitting alone in a bird's nest.

Reading Time: 6 minutes During this worldwide pandemic I want to offer you inspiration, hope, and some of the threads of connection that can keep us sane during the (probably) prolonged disruption of life as we have known it. Some states are sheltering-in-place. Some states advise “keep 6 feet distance, wash your hands,” and so on; elsewhere you can […]

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