I’m thrilled to introduce you to Francis Weller, psychotherapist, sacred activist, and grief expert. I wrote about his incredibly important book, The Wild Edge of Sorrow, here and couldn’t wait to get my hands on more of his incredible work. In what follows, he explores the power and meaning of gratitude – what I have
I have studied, taught, and published in the field of reproductive psychiatry. I’ve treated women in every stage of the reproductive cycle. And, I’m a working mom. So, I’m acutely interested in and aware of the many ways in which modern medicine is impacting, and sometimes hurting women and their children – more than helping them. In this category you’ll find a wide range of topics of interest to mothers, and mother’s to be.
Think about the last time you had a huge zit on your face. Do you remember how your energy contracted and you wanted to honor your invisibility by avoiding all social contacts? How this experience of yourself was literally the opposite of radiant and bold let alone sexy and sensual? This phenomenon is all the
Have you noticed? Women are waking up. What worked before is no longer working and there just isn’t a way around that for an increasing number of us. But not all of us. No, not everyone will be waking up this time around. Few of our parents are awake, many of our siblings are just
Hello, I’m Kelly Brogan, and I’m a productivity junkie. Yes, I have lived so many years in my masculine energy that doing, fixing, mastering, owning, and finishing have been my most defining features. As an ambitious doer, I am wired differently – and it may sound great, but trust me, it’s not. Being a productivity
The following guest post was written by my amazingly talented friend Lea at MavericKitchen. In this hilarious blog, you’ll learn what coffee enemas are used for, how the procedure works, and what you can do to avoid common pitfalls. If you told me a year ago I’d be writing this article, I would have questioned your