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What is Ancestral Trauma?

Have you ever heard of ancestral trauma? Ancestral trauma is trauma that is passed down through your ancestors and family lines. Most populations of people have gone through some sort of persecution, abuse, and difficulties. What if I told you that this is actually passed down through your genetics and how you are raised? Do [...]

Emotional Pain & Trauma Manifest in the Body

Did you know that trauma and emotional pain sit and can get stuck in different parts of the body? Not all of the pain in our bodies is related to muscle tension and body strain. Much of our unprocessed emotions get stuck in the body, and sometimes the only way to heal it is through [...]

How To Support Others

Do you struggle with being a supportive friend or family member? How do you relate to others and support them during their life’s challenges? Do you want to be of support but don’t know how? This article will teach you a little something about how to be supportive, how to validate others, what not to [...]

What Is A Healer?

Have you ever heard of or used the term “healer” before?  Have you ever been healed by someone or healed someone?  Do you know what a healer is?  Well look no further! In this piece we will explore what a healer is, what a healer isn’t, people to watch out for, and how you in [...]

How To Share Emotions Effectively

When people upset you, don’t victimize yourself… Focus on how that person’s action made you FEEL and the sensations triggered in your body, where you FEEL the pain.  Communicate to them how their actions made you FEEL.  Don’t blame them and assume they did it intentionally or to hurt you.  The majority of people aren’t [...]

COVID Loaded

by Kayla Noodelman *Disclaimer* Note: This blog is a purposeful attempt to help lighten the mood while sharing meaningful information. It is about staying mentally well while the world tries to flatten the curve of Covid-19 cases. It is written for those of us working remotely from home, adhering to social distancing, and dealing [...]