Mostly I’ve loved this life of serial obsessions. It drives me to learn all kinds of things I wouldn’t have thought to learn. It pushes me out of my comfort zone to have new experiences that I wouldn’t have thought to have. It helps me shed what has lost meaning, making room for something new.
Sliding into the world covered in shit black as tar, Maura arrived as a bad sign. Darkness was in her, but she was surrounded by the light of love.
Life As a Human says so long to “Thriving On the Other Side, a.k.a. Bel Brown, as she embarks on an exciting new phase of her life and career.
I’m yet again amazed at how easily we can get stuck in the gravity of our past. The stories of our past come to determine who we are in the present and the future. And that’s exactly what happened me.
As the New Year begins, Thriving on the Other Side reveals her identity and explains the reasons for the secrecy.
How do I shift into faith when the fear that separates me from my faith is part of my childhood cellular memory, the very imprinting that makes me who I am? This week, I had an “ah ha” moment in which I discovered that the answer to that question can be simple if I allow […]
A woman immerses herself in healing work to free herself from the patterns instilled by childhood abuse.
After losing her faith as an abused child, a woman seeks to rebuild her faith in herself and her God.
When we forget the truth about ourselves, and our power as creators of our own lives – we lose the most important aspect of our healing ability. We forget our divine selves.
Sometimes certain words can set people off. For ‘Thriving On the Other Side’ the issue was with the word ‘God’.