A while ago I saw 2 movies that touched me deeply, I decided that I needed to write about them. The first one was Sully, which is about the pilot that landed on Hudson river back in 2009 and saved 155 passengers, and the second one was The Good Lie, which talks about The Lost Boys […]
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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 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 inquiry into the science […]
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I have a secret superpower. Want to know what it is? Ok, I’ll tell you in a minute but first let me tell you what it allows me to do. It allows me to create my reality. I get to choose what happens in any given situation or circumstance, shaping my present and future to […]
Failure is an unpleasant yet normal experience in life. For some it can feel as if it is the end of the world. The reason for such despair usually stems from perfectionist tendencies: seeing things in black or white; things are either perfect or terrible. These individuals may not try “risky” new things, making themselves […]
Sometimes life throws challenges at us when we least expect it. There can be upset and harm (or worse) to people we care about, as well as ourselves. These are often the most defining moments which have potential for personal growth, even though we would never choose the events which lead to this. A pivotal […]
Bonnie McLean practices Chinese medicine. She and her colleagues condone interdisciplinary healing which she concludes makes them an integrative team. She believes that because they sometimes refer patients to medical practitioners like psychiatrists their services are complementary.