Summer 2015’s Most Popular Posts

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Summer 2015Peru: My Teacher

Change has been everywhere in my life this past year. We moved from our family home of 23 years, prepared our daughter for a move out west, have traveled extensively, and this spring dealt with the loss of my lifelong friend, Eileen. Although I was looking forward to a long-planned trip to South America, I was also nervous about traveling so far away from home. What I didn’t realize before I took this trip was how completely Peru would cradle my weary heart and teach me about how to heal it…

 

Sentimentality: A Reunion

Sentimentality is one of those experiences that asks for confidence and humility. It is the chance to feel things deeply, and to be moved by the subtle emotions that appear. I was not always able to indulge myself in sentimentality, as it so often felt silly, understated and irrelevant. This week’s family reunion showed me how much that has changed…

 

Add Great Things to Your Life

As I guide you on this path of healing, you’ll notice how often I encourage you to add healing methods to your life (rituals, relationships, spiritual practices, yoga, walks in nature, self care practices) and how rarely I direct you to remove activities. There’s a reason for this: advocating removal drives us to focus on those unsuccessful habits…

 

Never Be Alone Again

These days, when my life gets dicey and difficulty shows up, my first inclination is to find the centering I need to get me back on track. I go to my meditation space, take a walk or find a comfy seat where I can focus on my breathing and spend time reflecting…

 

Adventurous Spirit

Travel helps me feel closer to my life. I love how it moves me out of my comfort zone and invites me to open my heart to new exciting adventures ahead. It takes me from my home and all my creature comforts and urges me to learn and try new things that wouldn’t be possible otherwise…

About the Author:

Sarah Brassard’s passion lies in teaching people how to create a foundation for self-care, a method of wellness that brings profound opportunities for transformation. She is the author of Inside: A Guide to the Resources Within to Stay Vibrant and Alive Through All Life’s Challenges. The book details the self-care practices and protocols that sparked her healing journey and that she has been sharing with students and clients for the past fifteen years.

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