So, what does this mean to be a Heyoka Empath? An Empath is a person who has the conscious frequency to understand the emotional state o f another individual experience. There are many different levels of the Empath frequency and many vibrational levels that grants the physical body what many call gifts and abilities. It’s … Continue reading The Medicine of Chaos: the Fool (or the Sacred Heyoka Empath).
What if you could change your story, and would become the undefeatable hero (or heroine) that you dream of in your ordinary world? Not the kind with tight leggins and a cape but the one who get through his (or her) ordeals as an epic adventure of collective awakening and development.
A few years ago, I attended a few conferences with my (ex for a reason) boyfriend who was following Jean Klein, spiritual teacher, from Kashmir Shivaism. He wasn’t hippie, and he left masonry after many years, because they taught him that in order to get higher knowledge, they said, you need them to transcend and … Continue reading Eric Baret: You cannot Be Present.
The new Neuroscience is Mindfulness oriented. Paris, november 2019. It all started with... Rehab for War Veterans. It all started with neuro-psychiatrist Professor Alfonso Caycedo, who was studying medicine in Spain after the Civil War and was looking for a way to rehabilitate traumatised war victims with minimal drug use. Sophrology was the term he … Continue reading Dynamic Meditation/Sophrology.
Since I find it hard to find time to stop and read a book, I decided to do it and share more relevant parts with you. "Fear" by Thich Nhat Hanh was one of the books on the list. My podcasts are now on the You Tube Channel. To spare your time, you can seek … Continue reading Fear by Thich Nhat Hanh.
Parisian Sparks of Inspiration. It goes without saying, during my Journey, the assistance of Firefighters has been effective several times: anxiety, panic attacks and terror attacks. "FIGHT TO SAVE US" French firefighters are complaining the lack of staff and fuel. The fact is "that they can't even strike, cos they are meant to be there … Continue reading BOOKS
"poetry is my Second Life". When I left a message in a forum for army penpals, on PTSD healing topic (on Remembrance Day uh! ), Karl, ex UK Army Air Corps, kindly replied to me : "I found that doing something creative helps me. I write poetry and have a few hobbies but it’s important … Continue reading karl is a retired combat pilot and today poet-in- residence for military academy performing arts.
This article was written by the psychiatrists of Broadcast Thought—Dr. Vasilis K. Pozios and Dr. Praveen R. Kambam. Spoilers for The Hunger Games movies follow. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1 opens with a very telling scene. Katniss Everdeen is on the verge of tears and hiding in the bowels of District 13 reciting the most … Continue reading How Bad Is Katniss’ PTSD in The Hunger Games? We Asked the Experts