I think it’s awesome that we both ended up at the meadow. I’m loving these meditation meet-ups and feeling like I’m getting the relationship with my mom back- the one I thought was long gone after she passed away. It’s been amazing.
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May 2022 My sister and I meditate regularly and sometimes share our experiences if we have a vision or a message come to us. Last week we had a good idea to go to a place we sometimes go to during meditation called Crystal Cave. We go there for different reasons, like to get aContinue reading “Crystal Cave”
Death will be the Life of Me
I think this “death fear” inside me is prohibiting my body’s healing.
Physical Pain, Mental Pain, is it all the Same?
You can run from a childhood food addiction, but you can’t hide. It’ll catch up with you, every time.
Tricky Little Triggers
I thought I was done with triggers, and then it happened 😱
Betsy, Shut Up!
Embarking on the AIP diet is overwhelming, again… and why won’t my alcoholic voice shut up?
One Day at a Time
Why does it seem like things must completely fall apart- before the rebuild? It seems like everything is falling apart right now. School. Home. Family. Life. I’m ready to make circumstances better, but it’s like walking upstream in an overflowing river. Some things are little. Some things are big. But nothing is right. Right now.Continue reading “One Day at a Time”
Honey, I Killed your Ego
If only it were that easy. If only I could don my superhero costume and go rescue my hubby’s soul… imprisoned by years of manipulation and abuse from his ego. It’s like the old devil and angel on your shoulder, you know, the wolf you feed? We all have a devil and an angel, andContinue reading “Honey, I Killed your Ego”
Two Years, No Drinks
Two years ago was one of the most shameful days of my life. I won’t go into details, and they aren’t tragically awful, as I was a ‘high bottom’ drunk. I’ve never had a DUI or anything like that. But I knew that I had to stop drinking once and for all. In these twoContinue reading “Two Years, No Drinks”
I can look at the horrific things, like my mom dying and me relapsing for the 100th time, and it reminds me of the many blessings I have received from these experiences. I am looking forward to years of personal growth in this area.