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Interconnection: Community or Institution

In this vast world of institution, I’ve experienced anger and frustration but mostly very deep hurt. I’ve processed this over time and been with many of its outcomes. I’m at a very gentle place with it all now and able … Continue reading

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Winter Dream Dance & Sacred Union

It is the Winter Dream Dance, with Ya’Acov and Susannah Darling Khan and some of the apprentices and teachers from the School of Movement Medicine. A yearly gathering that holds an opportunity for me to work with my own dance … Continue reading

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Memory

Sometimes our memories can play games with us and we can remember things slightly differently to how they really were. And of course others will have their own memories and interpretations of how things were too. However, ‘the body cannot … Continue reading

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One Step At A Time

Is it a voice? A passage of words, a diary of keepsakes? Is it designed to be a different kind of voice because it will be heard in a different way? I guess that’s what I hope for as the stream … Continue reading

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The darkest nights mask of polarity

This year’s Winter Solstice is a day later than usually expected, we tend to think of it as the 21st of December. The Solstice time actually changes every year and is not a fixed time or day. The moment of … Continue reading

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Embracing the Wild Woman – A Mandorla Web Experience

Embracing the Wild One if the simplest of my Mandorla process’ was in the honoring of my yin and yang. I had a very strong sense of my feminine energy, as a mother this was paramount in my life. But … Continue reading

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A caged voice, a deformed breath

For many years I kept myself well hidden. Shrinking into back grounds, not daring to have friendships and feeling generally ill-at-ease with other children at school. There were different reasons for this I am sure. But one that I remember … Continue reading

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