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Trauma IV

Posted by on Mar 10, 2022 in Featured, Noah's Ark Now, Slider | 0 comments

Trauma IV

This Blog post is inviting you to read about multi-generational trauma in the promised novel from me, You Were My Mother. It is now listed on my Resource page under Books, contemporary fiction. The cover was designed to illustrate how trauma can shatter the equilibrium of a family. It can and will wreak havoc on one’s assumptive world. What is that? Our assumptive world is what we count on to be true about our loved ones and our lives. It refers also to what we believe will be possible for our future. I did not set out to write a novel. It was not one of my aspirations, even though...

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Community

Posted by on Jan 16, 2022 in Featured, Noah's Ark Now, Slider | 0 comments

Community

These are tough times we are in. The normal challenges of life’s passages are compounded by pandemic induced isolation. The core human need for community is heightened by grief, loss, change, and confusion. At the same time, opportunities to gather together in like-minded groups are curtailed by the dictates of public health. Fortunately for women. well-designed and moderated virtual groups (appealing to women 40 and up) have been brought into being by several enterprising and brilliant women. One group, the Woolfers, conceived and articulated by Nina Lorez Collins from New York, quickly...

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Celebration

Posted by on Oct 29, 2021 in Noah's Ark Now, Slider | Comments Off on Celebration

Celebration

    Did you know that Celebration is a core human need? I often see people confuse this with partying. Of course you can have or attend a party to celebrate something or someone. But most partying happens because people simply want to change their mood, feel different, be someone else for a while. This is more in the category of a temporary fix than a celebration. Inveterate partiers are generally not happy, neither before nor after the party. No, what I want to talk about here is when we truly have something in our lives that calls for celebration. I have such a thing in my life...

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Podcast Interview

Posted by on Oct 12, 2020 in Noah's Ark Now, Slider | 0 comments

Podcast Interview

In this week’s episode, we talk with Chaplain Meg Spinella about her work in Hospice care. A really interesting conversation about working with both the patient and the patient’s family. Definitely check this one out.

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Trauma III

Posted by on Apr 27, 2020 in Noah's Ark Now, Slider | Comments Off on Trauma III

Trauma III

Nova Scotia is a lovely, peaceful province, hanging off the eastern edge of Canada. Getting there is a deliberate and often challenging intention. It’s known for water views, lots of them, as well as whale watching, hiking, and picturesque cottages. While getting there is difficult, staying there is seductive and the stuff of dreams for hardier folks. With slightly under one million residents, it is small both in area and population, like a very large village made of many smaller ones. Its residents, including the indigenous Mi’kmaq people, have a long and proud heritage of both...

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Pandemic

Posted by on Mar 25, 2020 in Noah's Ark Now, Slider | 3 comments

Pandemic

“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”   FDR   These wise words from another time of International upheaval, threat, and loss, can still serve as a touchstone as we navigate a range of  events unprecedented in our lifetime. Up to this writing, 20,911 people worldwide have died from Covid-19, of 463,342 reported cases. The number of actual cases is no doubt much higher, even as the death toll mounts by the hour. There is universal agreement among public health experts that “Sheltering in Place” is the best way to slow the spread of the virus.  There is...

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Change

Posted by on Nov 29, 2019 in Noah's Ark Now, Slider | Comments Off on Change

Change

“Change is the only constant in Life.” Heraclitus   I used to say that I had to be dragged kicking and screaming into my future. I was no fan of change. That was a fear-driven way of being in the world. It was also a symptom of a victim consciousness. I now see myself as the co-creator of my future, together with the higher powers that work with and for me to bring good things into my life. I have emphatically re-ordered my relationship with change. Having found and practiced another way of looking at the unfolding events in life, looking at them at least with equanimity and...

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Sorrow III

Posted by on Aug 11, 2019 in Noah's Ark Now, Slider | Comments Off on Sorrow III

Sorrow III

“There’s a hole in the world tonight There’s a cloud of fear and sorrow There’s a hole in the world tonight Don’t let there be a hole in the world tomorrow” The Eagles     There’s only one appropriate topic this week for a site that focuses on healing Trauma. Yet, as I say that I know that for the families and communities victimized by the latest mass shootings in America, healing will be a long time in coming, if it comes at all. Indeed, America itself is grievously wounded and torn apart with no healing in sight. This is the fifth mass...

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Perfectionism

Posted by on Jul 18, 2019 in Noah's Ark Now | Comments Off on Perfectionism

Judging ourselves and finding that we come up short is endemic in our high-powered, fast-paced world.  We say things to ourselves that we’d never consider saying to a loved one. “Well, I blew that.”  “What a jerk I am.”  “I am hopeless.” Harsh self-talk is an insidious and destructive side effect of perfectionism. What if you didn’t have to be perfect? I know. It doesn’t feel like a choice. Compulsions never do. Like a hamster on a wheel, you don’t know how to stop and get off, to give yourself a break from an endless cycle of...

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FAQ’S

Posted by on Jul 18, 2019 in | Comments Off on FAQ’S

FAQ’S

What is an Animal Communication Reading?   Animals have mastered unconditional love. Humans have not. Communication with an animal happens at an intuitive level (sometimes called the Sixth Sense.) This is how animals communicate with each other. Pet owners have long known that their animals have a sixth sense! In a Reading, the purpose is two-fold: to allow the client to solve a problem they may be having with their animal and to find out why that particular animal is in their life. What happens during a Reading? I will first get a sense of the personality of the client and only then will I...

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Testimonials

Posted by on Jun 30, 2019 in | Comments Off on Testimonials

Animal Communication: “Thank you for the very thoughtful and insightful session you arranged for me with my Airedale puppy Angelo.  I loved the shared theme of being confident in each other that we can do what we need to do….and, specifically, his desire that I have confidence that he’s fully capable of doing what he needs to do even if he thinks he’s not getting rewarded quickly enough or substantially enough!!!  I can relate to his impatience when he says “let’s get on with it”!” Janice M. LeCoq Century, Florida “I had my first EVER reading to connect with my departed...

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Soul Level Intuitive Coaching

Posted by on Jun 5, 2019 in | Comments Off on Soul Level Intuitive Coaching

Soul Level Intuitive Coaching

Are you at a crossroads in your life and feeling stuck? Are your relationships conflict ridden? Do repetitive behaviors baffle you? A coaching series with Meg, and your spirit guides, can lead you to a higher perspective on your life in the here and now. You will identify and clear up recurring patterns in your life that drain your energy and hold you back from living your best life. Six sessions of guided coaching can help you map out a way forward, free of compromise and infused with energy and conviction. One session can serve as an Introduction or a Follow-Up. The cost of an Introductory...

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