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Traversing the Darkness

In this powerful audio interview, created for the members of our Women’s Wellness Council and now shared publically, coach Moon Teitel describes her journey from a life where she felt blessed and spiritually connected, to the dark underworld of chronic illness with its attendant isolation and despair.

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Healing comes when we listen to the heart, not the head

“When it’s over, I want to say all my life I was a bride married to amazement I was the bridegroom, taking the world into my arms.” Mary Oliver A huge amount of my stress comes from wanting to do so many things. It starts with the excitement, the spark of energy and...

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How Entering Core Wounds Gifts Us the Power to Heal

I could not bear to be alone. I worked for years on the fear of rejection, and then on the pain of feeling rejected, but as I cycled through the layers of belief and emotion it was becoming clear that there was something underneath this fear and pain, something I was...

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How past trauma can be at the root of Chronic Illness

Is our past in the past? Have we truly left it there, or do we bring it with us in painful memories, thoughts, conditioned responses and body armouring? Is it contributing to our illnesses today? If we honestly ask ourselves that question many of us will find the...

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We Heal in Community

We heal in community. We are social beings. We don’t heal when we feel isolated, but when we feel connected and held. I know this from the inside out from my own healing journey from CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) and trauma, and from the journey’s I have witnessed in...

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Finding the root of my chronic illness

Other people have trauma. They have terrible experiences that make them unwell, behave strangely, feel overwhelmed. What a horrible world. No wonder they have problems. I don’t have that excuse though. Nothing awful has ever happened to me. So I just need to get a...

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Four Self Care Tips for the Holiday Season

At this time of year, all I want to do is curl up on my cosy rug in front of the fire with a good book, get early nights, take slow walks through the woods and generally, rest. What the world often asks us to do in December is to go to office parties, cook great...

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