Category Archives: physical being

Trauma, injury, illness and waking up – Monica Cassani

Trauma, injury, illness and waking up Click on the title link above for this post by Monica, whose site holds a great richness of resources for anyone seeking healing or seeking alternatives to the psychiatric model perspectives. This post has many … Continue reading

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Robert MacFarlane on reading the surface

We too felt this was a profound passage and metaphor. Here’s the book link, to Robert’s wonderful book:- Palace Gate Counselling Service, Exeter Counselling in Exeter since 1994

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I am not your fault – Charlotte Eriksson

“So I am not a broken heart.  I am not the weight I lost or miles or ran and I am not the way I slept on my doorstep under the bare sky in smell of tears and whiskey because … Continue reading

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Winter’s Cloak – Joyce Rupp

Winter’s Cloak This year I do not want The dark to leave me. I need its wrap Of silent stillness, Its cloak Of long lasting embrace. Too much light Has pulled me away from the chamber of gestation. Let the … Continue reading

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Apsley Street, Glasgow, 2008 – Kei Miller

I know you do not like the way I write moments, how they grow into some kind of magic you do not always recognise. I know you think things are simpler and it is enough to simply say how things … Continue reading

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Sweet Darkness – David Whyte

Beautiful, resonant words and photograph from David’s Facebook page. Here’s the text, for those who have difficulty seeing Facebook links:- ‘SWEET DARKNESS When your eyes are tired  the world is tired also. When your vision has gone,  no part of … Continue reading

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Jason Hine on what to do, if you don’t know how to love today

Here’s the text, for those who have difficulty seeing Facebook links:- “If you don’t know how to love today or you are stressed, or in sadness or can’t feel your heart today, then just do some tiny thing, some little … Continue reading

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