Category Archives: pre and perinatal psychology

“the path to bliss leads sometimes through despair and hopelessness”: Wounded Deer and Centaurs, on relationships

…on relationships, Sure It’s Hard….” to think that it is easy is probably to be an impostor (p. 134). He asserts that the people who are really making the changes in male-female relationships and becoming fuller human beings, you can … Continue reading

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“This experience has been described by shamans down through the millennia…”: Becoming the Greater Self

“…when one is reversing that trance state … indeed, right now, for you, this might be occurring … and this message is the equivalent of the red pill for you … one goes through a shock, as the crutch of … Continue reading

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