The Danger of Silent Suffering and 7 Ways to Heal

Certainly we have rituals now for life’s larger moments, but we shy away from any difficulties expressed in day to day life.

Residing in the wisdom of acceptance of suffering is the understanding that “what you resist persists and grows larger.”

My ability to help clients increased tenfold as I became more comfortable with the shadow and light of myself and others.

What can you do as someone who thinks about self/other violence or as a family member or friend of such a person?

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Author, Earth Divine - Adventures of an Everyday Mystic speaker/storyteller, peace alchemist, artist, award-winning story Transformed, www.RobinHeartStories.com

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Author, Earth Divine - Adventures of an Everyday Mystic speaker/storyteller, peace alchemist, artist, award-winning story Transformed, www.RobinHeartStories.com

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