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Mysterious Beautiful You

Mysterious Beautiful You

  You are a mystery, why are you trying to be anything else? Identity is a tricky thing. We are all trying to get to know ourselves better, to understand our pain, our joy, our experiences, and our relationships. Fixed identity is when we begin to categorize our...

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Let your Body tell the story

Let your Body tell the story

When working with uncomfortable feelings and sensations we have many options. Listen to your body, let it tell your story and give your mind a break. Avoidance. Attachment. Analyzing. These three keep us caught in a familiar loop. Avoiding, attaching, and analyzing...

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Contemplating Consumption, Connection, and Unity

Contemplating Consumption, Connection, and Unity

  Collective Needs When I was in school we were exploring our individual needs and how they influence our capacity to both give and receive in compassionate ways. The discussion turned from individual needs to a curiosity about a collective need that we all hold....

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Nature as Therapy

Nature as Therapy

  Stressed out? Need a way to reset? Stare at the above picture or any picture of nature. Seriously, studies have shown that focusing your attention for just 15 minutes decreases ruminating negative thoughts, lowers your heart rate, and improves your working memory....

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5 tools I use to develop a better relationship with myself

5 tools I use to develop a better relationship with myself

  Do you feel overwhelmed by self critical thoughts? Do you constantly judge yourself or feel that no matter what you do, you are never good enough? At times I, like everyone else, can feel like I am suffocating under the pressure created by what many call the Inner...

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The Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish),  Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) peoples have been stewards of this land for millennia. As a settler on these stolen territories, I am humbled and grateful to gather here, and work to honour the Elders – past, present, and emerging.