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Welcome

Welcome to Essentially Being. I’m learning to be with my essential self, that pure love within. This is the place where my essential self hopes to speak to your essential self through my reflections on my healing journey.  It is…

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Being Jane

Late in 2012, at a psychotherapeutic retreat, I was introduced to my essential self like never before and came to understand that I am of the light and I am safe.  The healing of childhood demons started and I felt lighter…

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Meditation classes

Are you feeling stressed? Do you feel as if there are just not enough hours in the day? Do you get overwhelmed by all the things you need to do? Is your sense of well-being in jeopardy? Mindfulness and meditation…

Health

Being still: 10 great reasons to meditate

Meditation seems to be the latest buzz word. I don’t know how many articles I’ve seen so far this year touting it as THE THING for 2015. And why do you think that is? Because it works. It changes lives….

Being radical – using herbs and supplements

This post is the fifth in the series exploring the 9 key factors that Dr Kelly Turner PhD found were present in the recoveries from advanced cancer that she studied in her book Radical Remission.  Those 9 factors were: Radically changing…

Being attacked by my thoughts

OMG! It’s totally insane. I’m under attack! From my own thoughts! They have come armed – battering rams, sharpened spears and flurries of arrows flying through my head. And then laser guns, burning holes in my brain. And the worst…

Being attacked by my thoughts

OMG! It’s totally insane. I’m under attack! From my own thoughts! They have come armed – battering rams, sharpened spears and flurries of arrows flying through my head. And then laser guns, burning holes in my brain. And the worst…

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Being Radical – Following Your Intuition

This post is the fourth in the series exploring the 9 key factors that Dr Kelly Turner PhD found were present in the recoveries from advanced cancer that she studied in her book Radical Remission.  Those 9 factors were: Radically changing…

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Being thankful for the gifts of tragic experiences

“The way in which a man accepts his fate and all the suffering it entails, the way in which he takes up his cross, gives him ample opportunity – even under the most difficult circumstances – to add deeper meaning…

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