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Karen Reynolds's picture

Healing Repeated Behaviors That Don't Serve You

This year I acquired and raised four little, cute chicks that grew into four lovely egg producing hens: Lucy, Myrtle, Fern and Ivy.  The thing about hens is that they can “go broody” even without a rooster around, meaning they get fixated upon sitting on their (unfertilized) eggs in hopes of them turning into babies. If you don’t push them out of the nesting box and try to get them interested in something else, they’ll basically develop chicken Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, sit there forever, not eat, and stop producing eggs. It’s annoying.

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Jennifer Shelton's picture

What I Learned By Getting Lost

After running some errands the other night, I told my son (age 8) that I thought we’d try to find a “back way” home. He said, “You know you’ll get lost, right?” I did know that. But, I did it anyway.

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Karen Reynolds's picture

What Is Your Thought? Mining the Pinkie Subconscious

Are you familiar with this experience? Once upon a time when you were a fresh- faced pinkie, you had an unpleasant, toxic, embarrassing, or abusive experience, which led to a thought. The thought recurred and over time you took it in as truth. Do you know what is your unique thought? I didn’t truly, consciously know mine until recently.

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Owning Your Emotions: Sitting In The Sadness

"Contemplation" by Kate Long Stevenson

"Contemplation" by Kate Long Stevenson


With the endless commercials for depression medications, constant talk of finding our true joy and passion in life, and the ever-so-challenging search for our Mojo, it is easy to get lost in a whirlwind of questions like, "Why am I not happy?" "How do I get to where they are?" and "What is wrong with me?"

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