While there is an official and certified process for claiming to be a Yoga Therapist, and I am not one, there is an age old model for looking at illnesses and suffering that is available to all. It is an ancient four part methodology that works beautifully for people in recovery. One could even […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I have been musing (not really thinking) about the qualities and purposes of thought. Being a woman in long term recovery I have a guarded relationship with my brain. There are times it give me good information, helps me consider outcome and consequences. It can offer me freedom as I wander around with creative imagination […]Continue Reading... No Comments.