Sleep: Every Modern Parent’s Fantasy I remember the feeling, the sheer desperation coursing through me as I woke up, as mothers do, anticipating her cry from the co-sleeper next to our bed. I looked at the clock – 3:30am. I had 6 patients booked that day and the demands of my professional life were growing
We’ve been told a story about depression – that you are born with a chemical imbalance that requires lifelong medication. Get ready for some myth-busting around the benefits, risks, and the truth about what depression is.
Medicine, in it’s truest form is a beautiful testament to the human condition. We are in this together. When one struggles, others support. We are fundamentally compassionate, loving beings, deeply invested in the welfare of our fellow planet-dwellers. Today’s medicine is undergoing a process of metamorphosis, however. We are moving from a warring posture of
The following guest post was written by my friend and kundalini teacher, Sukhdev Jackson. Her story of perseverance and transformation has been a source of inspiration for me personally, and hopefully will be for you as well. A tale of tragedy When I was two years old I was taken away from my mother. Early
Tears slipped down my cheeks, each imprinted with wonder. I felt neither sad nor happy. I was in the exhilaration of merging into something grand… sitting squarely in the great mystery of it all. Surrounded by 50 other Kundalini teacher trainees, we had been holding our arms straight out, one palm up and the other down, for
One of my FearlessParent partners, Cornelia, shared this post by Bethany Webster with me, and I found it to be such a profound exploration of the ripple effects of the patriarchal structure we have been acculturated to over the past several thousand years. See if you agree… About the Mother Wound Author: © Bethany Webster 2013 more @ http://womboflight.com What