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Self Love

The longest relationship we have with anyone is with ourselves, and yet that relationship is often the first one we let slide. Maintaining it brings such comfort, though: Liking you company means that you always have at your beck and … Continue reading

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Good Intentions

I walk around with a bucket filled with intentions written on cards, words like courage, compassion, self-love. The bucket says “Take what you need.” I always like to tell people that the intentions  chooses you, you don’t choose it. People … Continue reading

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Colored Mindfulness

How has your understanding of mindfulness changed? I am still a woman, still mostly white setting. But now part of being mindful is understanding the power and sending the power privilege I have acquired on my journey -and remembering where … Continue reading

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Narratives

Positive change depends on giving voice to previsely silenced narratives, so that a fuller more accurate picture of reality history- or meditation practice – can have an equal seat at the tables – Willoughby Britton Positively Purging–I welcome your feedbacks … Continue reading

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Emotional Unbalanced

Women are not really allowed to be fierce, we’re not allowed to be so active and men are not allowed to be tender and warm with themselves – Kristin Neff Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your … Continue reading

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