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by Atava Garcia Swiecicki

I have been listening to my dreams my entire life.  In fact, one of my earliest childhood memories is of a scary dream of a big black raven.  Later, when I was around 9 years old I had another nightmare that at my tender age sent me to the library researching books on dream interpretation...

 

Editor's Note from Tzivia Gover: "Harry Potter" is a fantastical work of fiction. But what if the spells Harry and his friends cast could help mere muggles? Well, maybe they can. In this article, Atava Garcia Swiecicki explains how combining active dreaming and some Potter-esque wizardry helped her heal a painful shoulder condition.

 

Dream Medicine


by Lisa Moore

Some of my earliest memories are of my mother, Rose Beebe, 88, singing to me: nursery rhymes, patriotic songs, Christmas carols, church hymns, advertising jingles.

Mom wasn't always on key, but her enthusiasm was infectious and I followed her lead...

 

Editor's Note: Lisa Moore shares a touching story of her Mom's personal journey and relationship with music. She shares the challenges and healing one may experience in caring for a parent and a child.

 

Music Therapy & Sound Healing


by Charles A. Francis

Letting go of the past can be quite a challenge for many of us. Pleasant memories lure us back to happier times in our lives, and unpleasant memories can be filled with unresolved issues. There is nothing inherently wrong with remembering the past. Rather it’s our inability to let go of our attachment to it that keeps us from being happy in the present...

 

Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: See Part 1 here.

 

Meditation


by Francesca Simon

We choose our screensavers as tools for transmutation. They transmute our being and raise our vibrations a little higher by evoking fond memories or engaging our hopes and dreams. They help us reconnect to people, places and feelings that bring us joy. They are our modern-day tarot cards...

 

 

Tarot


by Cynthia Greb,
Co-Editor of Dream Medicine

A part of me doesn’t want to write this.  I don’t want to revisit my grief.  And, I also want to write this while the memories are still somewhat fresh.

Six weeks ago I temporarily moved into the room I had lived in as a teenager.  It was the family home, although my family no longer lived there.  The kids were all grown and my parents had both recently moved into a nursing home – my father because of the progression of Alzheimer’s disease and my mother because there was no longer money for the caregivers we’d hired to assist her...

 

PsychoSpiritual


by Joan Stockbridge

Yesterday I flew back from my nephew’s wedding. It was a beautiful wedding, celebrated in the same little stone church where I’d been married 36 years earlier. And the reception was very festive, with the dance floor crowded all night...

 

Editor's Note from Michael Williams: As All Souls Day approaches, I am reminded of how many cultures honour their dead with a meal, a visit to the grave, and sharing of memories. No one is ever dead, an ancient tale reminds us, as long as we keep telling stories about the departed. In this poignant article, storyteller, spiritual director and SoulCollage® facilitator Joan Stockbridge recounts the importance of “ceremony” as a way of dealing with death and grief.

 

Therapeutic Storytelling


by Nancy Brady

Memories of my grandmother Ida's cautious words occasionally play through my mind. "Child, watch your words unless you wanna be creatin' that now!" My grandma may have had an understanding that we create our life situations through our thoughts and words, but I'm not so sure she realized it is possible to undo old beliefs and recreate a new reality...

 

Editor's Note from Natalie Jovanic: What do you believe? And even more important: Do they work for you? Our beliefs have a huge impact on our lives, and they do not always serve us well. Read this inspirational article by Nancy Brady and learn about the power of beliefs and how you can create positive change.

 

PsychoSpiritual


by Carol Lawrence

There are very subtle, simple ways you can connect with your child on their level. My sons are now in their twenties, I woke up this morning with vivid memories of playing video games with them. Video games were not my most favorite thing to do, but the time we spent together is priceless.

 

Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: A personal example of how you can connect with your children on a deeper level doing activities together they enjoy doing.

 

 

Family & Parenting


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