All posts by Jane Ryan

from Peter Levine, In An Unspoken Voice: How the Body Releases Trauma and REstores Goodness

“This shifting evokes one of the most important reconnections to the body’s innate wisdom: the experience of pendulation, the body’s natural, restorative rhythm of contraction and expansion that tells us that whatever is felt is time-limited…that suffering will not last forever. Pendulation carries all living creatures through difficult sensations and emotions. What’s more, it requires […]

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Embracing your true self

  (From Sexuality with Tanesha H.D.)

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Being understood is important. Feeling as if our partner “gets us” is highly valued in our society. Feeling supported is a lovely benefit of being understood. We tend to work hard at describing, explaining, defending, and rationalizing our experiences, our emotions and our perspectives with our partners, but often walk away feeling that something is […]

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from Be Nourished May 5 at 4:24pm · “If busyness can become a kind of violence, we do not have to stretch our perception very far to see that Sabbath time – effortless, nourishing rest – can invite a healing of this violence. When we consecrate a time to listen to the still, small voices, […]

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the uncertain side of life

“When you become comfortable with uncertainty, infinite possibilities open up in your life… fear is no longer a dominant factor in what you do, and no longer prevents you from taking action to initiate change” Eckhart Toll

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Your Sexual Script

When was the last time you reflected on your sexual script? Your sexual script is all of the beliefs, values, messages, “should’s” and “should-not’s” you have concerning your sexual desires and behavior. Our scripts have a huge influence on why we do what we do and why we don’t do what we don’t do, sexually. […]

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