The theme of the December edition of Healers Magazine is Epistemological Equitability: The Democratization of Truth. Why? When you look at healing ideologies with your third eye you see that despite libraries full of interdisciplinary disputes, healers are all on the same side. You might even say that they’re all saying the same things which […]

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Creativity is a powerful force that is great for use during depression. It serves as: an escape from our thoughts, a way to communicate our feelings and a way to track our journeys. There are many different forms of creativity: art, journaling, coloring, writing, creating a scrapbook, creating mandalas and creating vision boards are just […]

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As a mind-body wellness practitioner and yoga teacher, I was bound by joy when I discovered yoga is classified as “sensorimotor psychotherapy” in a PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) workshop. This was incredibly refreshing and in lieu of this I could really sense the medical and scientific backing of yogic healing. The classification implies direct […]

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A woman looking introspective and a bit sad.

“Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us, and sometimes they win.” (Stephen King) Having self-destructive thoughts can be punishing. It can make a person feel frustrated, flawed and worthless. If not identified and treated, they can get darker and darker, turning your life into a living nightmare. According to recent […]

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A painting of a person with and invisible torso squating down.

A friend of a friend confided in her that she was extremely worried about one of her own friends who seemed to be in the tight grip of anorexia nervosa. My friend told her that she knew somebody who may be able to shed some light on how to intervene with the woman who was […]

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An abstact painting of white, red, black, yello and blue colors.

“Grief Is the Thing with Feathers” (by Max Porter) is a great name for a book, but mourning is not usually associated with flight. Sometimes it feels heavy and exhausting and impossible to recover from. Speaking from experience I know this to be true. I also know that there is a way through this weighty, […]

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A woman with her eyes closed concentraing.

That feeling when everything is just too much. Extreme tiredness. A lack of interest in things, feeling negative emotions like frustration, anger or sadness all the time. The experiencing of chronic stress. An ineffectiveness and lack of accomplishment, in work and life. Physical and emotional exhaustion. Feeling like there’s a dark shadow over your life, […]

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A brighty colored abstact painting.

I knew since I was young that I would be working in an arts-related industry but never expected to work as an actual fine artist. I never even knew that was a possibility. I thought fine art was only done by white men during the Renaissance and not a modern era profession. It turns out […]

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A man's body with six circles.

Acupressure is a 5,000-year-old, alternative medicine technique developed in China that involves deep penetration of the acupuncture points found at various intervals along the meridian lines of invisible energy that traverse the human body. Acupressure is acupuncture but without needles. I like to use the following analogy to explain this better: imagine that the human […]

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Truth Lies Within

November 22, 2018

A purple eye on a dark background.

If it’s true that our life is a reflection of our inner truth, and if pain is the motivating factor behind the search for truth, then the only real truth we need to discover lies within. Intellect. That’s what makes human beings different from all other living creatures. Of course, all living things have some […]

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