Tagged with trauma and recovery

Madness and the Family

Many of you have already read personal posts and posts in general on psychosis. I continue to post on this topic because it is so misunderstood and there is so much ground-breaking work happening right now. It is because of this renewed understanding that I feel I can be more vocal. I experienced psychosis in … Continue reading

The Toughest Work and Integration

Some notes on trauma, integration, and wholeness: The toughest work is loving yourself and arriving home in your own skin, inviting all parts of you back home. Then, the toughest work is extending beyond that skin into the world with expression, creation, and action…as if just learning to walk and be human. Once we connect … Continue reading

One Nation Under Trauma

“The simple truth is that every single civilization, including the western world, was brought into being from a sacred place to serve a sacred purpose. And when that purpose is forgotten, when its original alignment gets lost, when the fundamental balance and harmony of its existence become disrupted beyond a certain point, then nature has … Continue reading

I Was Born to Do This

This is my most personal blog post ever.  Please be forewarned that it is long.  This is my first attempt to express and explore the complex world of my experience of trauma and recovery ~ and a psycho-spiritual break. (When you are done reading this post, check out this post on the link between mental … Continue reading