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You CAN Change the Story of Your Health

Our stories are the way we understand our experiences. Just as you have a story of your life, you have a story of your health. What is it? “I just want my health problems fixed so I can get back to my old life”? Or perhaps “I don’t have time to eat right, get enough sleep, or exercise, and I’m scared”? Is your story that you are a cancer patient, a cancer warrior, a cancer survivor, or...

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7 Keys to Dream Interpretation

Have you ever wondered what a dream means, or are you worried that a frightening dream could be a warning you don’t understand? Dreams can be amusing, intriguing, or disturbing. They can always be educational if you are willing to work with them and learn from them. Using techniques from shamanism, Jungian psychology, and my own experiences working with clients, I’ve developed these seven keys...

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A Time to Imagine

Is it a time to imagine what you might create for yourself? When planning, planting, and cultivating something new—such as a relationship, a career, or a project—we naturally want to avoid difficulties. Yet we also want to enjoy a bountiful harvest that lasts a long time. Therefore, we imagine, we plant, and we persevere, hoping to bring into being what we desire. If we have invested g...

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Writing a New Story of Health: A Review of Breast Cancer, A Soul Journey by Patricia Greer

Cancer comes unbidden, an intrusion that evokes fear and brings disruption. How do we coexist with it? Even if it goes into remission or is "cured," how do we live with the energetic residue that it leaves? While cancer is a powerful force, those affected by it also have power—the power to choose how they will face and fight this frightening disease. Breast Cancer: A Soul Journey (Chiron Pub...

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Change the Story of Your Health

A physician may have the persona of a wise healer, all-knowing about what to do to be healthy. Yet, the shadow for her might be failure to acknowledge her own unhealthiness and to practice what she preaches. A man could be a critic of the lifestyle choices of others and an expert in what to do to be healthy. Yet, he may not apply these principles of healthy living to his own life. The story ...

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