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Living in the everywhere
Posted on June 22, 2021 by Helen White
How much does our ingrained concept of time being strictly linear perpetuate the sense that “past” or even “future” is some remote, inaccessible thing with a volume of space keeping us apart from it? How much healing and other potential do we miss when we adhere to such thinking?? Continue reading →
Posted in Consciousness & evolution, Health & wellbeing, Life journey, Menu, Personal Development, Recovery chronic illness, Spirituality | Tagged amygdala retraining, awareness, Consciousness, healing, healing from chronic illness, healing trauma, here there and everywhere, Hyperborea, limbic retraining, memories, multidimensionality, non-linearity, present moment, self-awareness, self-knowledge, self-love, selfhood, somatic memories, somatic therapy, The Gupta Program, The Power of Now, using memories to heal, wholeness | Leave a comment
Windows of insight
Posted on October 10, 2014 by Helen White
All along the road that has been the fibromyalgia years, ‘brain fog’ (an appropriately wooly term used to describe a myriad of ‘brain symptoms’) has been such a significant part of what I have been experiencing…and, in fact, its one … Continue reading →
Posted in Art metaphor, Art technique, Art transformation tool, Books, Consciousness & evolution, Health & wellbeing, Life choices, Meditation, Personal Development, Space weather, Spirituality, Symbolic journeys | Tagged all is well, ambidextrous, amygdala, balance, balanced brain, brain fog, brain function, brain symptoms of fibromyalgia, central sensitization, chronic illness, expanded awareness, fibromyalgia, fibromyalgia as healing, health crisis, holistic, introversion, Jill Bolte Taylor, language as a healing tool, left and right hemispheres, left brain shutdown, living in balance, migraine, Mindfulness, modern lifestyle, My Stroke of Insight, myofascial pain syndrome, nervous system, neuroplasticity, over-stimulated, overwhelm, pain, present moment, reconciliation, recovery from chronic illness, sacred feminine, shyness, stimuli, stress, stroke, symbolic journeys, synaesthesia, syncronicity, the balanced brain as a problem myth, whole brain function, wholeness, world out of balance, writing heals | 2 Comments
Living in ‘the now’…or updating your status?
Posted on February 28, 2013 by Helen White
The subject of this post has almost made it to the pages of this blog before…but clearly wasn’t quite ready until suddenly, this morning, it became an irresistible topic that I wanted to share. Why? Because, at a time when … Continue reading →
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