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Sacred Playtime – How to Stop Missing the Boat on Life #TruthByBrenda

Sacred Playtime – How to Stop Missing the Boat on Life #TruthByBrenda

Can you believe I have to write an article on the importance of playtime? When we were kids, of course we knew how to play. It came naturally to us. If you’re not doing sacred playtime, you’re missing the boat on life. Then you grew out of it, and especially if you weren’t particularly happy…

5 Tips to End Your Year with Power, Soul and Gratitude

5 Tips to End Your Year with Power, Soul and Gratitude

The end of the year can be a little stressful. The holidays can bring up all kinds of emotion. Trying to plan your next year can create even more stress. If your year has been a little (or a lot) rough, you can also end up feeling like a failure or just wishing for the…

How to Get Back on Track when You’re Off the Rails #TruthbyBrenda

How to Get Back on Track when You’re Off the Rails #TruthbyBrenda

I’ve had things go a little bit wrong, like everyone else, all the way to large scale off the map f*d up, like losing my mother to suicide or losing my son to murder. When things aren’t going quite the way you hoped, here’s what you can do. HOT TIP: Observe your own process –…

Oracle Reading & Healing Song of the Week: Let Your Wild Self OUT! Be YOU

Oracle Reading & Healing Song of the Week: Let Your Wild Self OUT! Be YOU

What is the story you tell yourself or others about who you are? If you were to create your “about page” for your website, what would it say to really do you justice? Honour yourself for who you really are. It’s time to let yourself get wild and really express yourself the way you want.…

How I got a Miracle Healing from a River (true story) #TruthbyBrenda

How I got a Miracle Healing from a River (true story) #TruthbyBrenda

Recently I was in Iroquois, Ontario to give a weekend retreat. Whenever I travel, I like to go to the water to offer gratitude and a song, and to listen and feel the water. In Iroquois, the main water body is the St. Lawrence River. There is a history of that river and whole communities…

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