How Our Pets Guide Us To Presence & Healing

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by: Jamie Rautenberg

Bradley

Writing will probably always be my preferred method of processing healing. My whole world shifted when I got back into a regular practice a few years ago. I wrote this piece of my heart a couple years back about one my favorite spiritual guides, the adorable furry guy pictured above. Absolutely every being has a message for us, this was his message ...

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How to Fall in Love With Uncertainty

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by: Jamie Rautenberg

One of the toughest things for me to learn on my journey back to wholeness was how to get comfortable with uncertainty.

When we worry about how/when/why things are going the way they are, we get lost in searching for an answer and what that’s going to look like. But, this clouds & narrows our view of the present moment. Opportunities are always right there, we just have to be open to looking through a different lens.

The moment we learn how to sit with ...

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Releasing Judgement From Yourself & Others

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by: Jamie Rautenberg

Fear is at the core of where most discomfort we experience in life. It’s fear that keeps us stuck in judgement-whether that judgement is turned inwards towards ourself or projected outwards onto others.

Either way, we can’t move past the discomfort until we confront these judgements head on.

In today’s video I discuss some ways to get out of the judgement loop and into a kinder & more loving place. The more awareness & understanding we can bring to ourselves ...

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How Freeing Our Relationships From Labels Frees Ourselves

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I was in a traditional romantic relationship with my partner, Sean, for the first of the nearly four years we’ve been together.

During that first year, we were both in mourning, though not always aware of it.

He was recently separated from his marriage, and my identity was slowly being eclipsed by an onslaught of mysterious symptoms depleting my health and spirit.

Despite these circumstances, we attempted to play out the normal dating roles. We had dinner and drinks at NYC’s ...

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How To Speak So That We Are Heard

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Whether we’re recovering our health or going through a tough time, it can be easy for overwhelm to overshadow our own awareness. When this happens we can lose sight of how we are coming across when we look to others for support.

In today’s video, I’m sharing why I believe this TED talk by Julian Treasure can help us and the importance of mindfulness in our communication so that we can feel heard during the times when we need desire ...

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Under Construction: How Our Internal Reactions Shape Our Material Environment

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I repeatedly discuss how our external reality is a direct reflection of our internal beliefs. Here’s a perfect example from my own life that I wrote about just a couple of years ago when I received another lesson in surrendering to this truth.

Since then, I’ve completely deconstructed my entire belief system. It’s only reinforced the fact that it is our perception that rules our outer experiences. But, this did not mean I was exempt from a painful learning ...

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Author Barbara Carrellas on Tantra’s Healing Powers

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by: Jamie Rautenberg

Many people don’t exactly associate tantra with chronic pain & chronic illness. But, after listening to author & sexologist Barbara Carrellas speak about her groundbreaking work on the subject, I was fascinated by the prospect of tantra’s ability to bring healing to the community.

In today’s video, we’re exploring all the possibilities & discoveries that await anyone dealing with pain, trauma or illness if we can open our minds to the healing powers that arise from this sacred practice.

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Nancy Fish, LCSW on Sexual Pain

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by: Jamie Rautenberg

The degree of the pain we experience throughout our lives can become much louder when it is kept to oneself. Sexual pain is one of those struggles that millions share in secret, and the quiet shame many carry keeps those in need from seeking help or guidance about what to do.

I’m so grateful to be speaking with Nancy Fish, LCSW, MPH & co-author of the book Healing Painful Sex: A Woman’s Guide to Confronting, Diagnosing, and Treating Sexual ...

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The Connection Between Dental Health & Chronic Illness

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Millions of people, including myself up until a year or two ago, have no idea that chronic illness & dental health share a strong connection.

As I relentlessly searched for the reasons why my physical symptoms remained chronic, something kept coming up.

It was the term: cavitation.

I noticed that many of the people who regained their health after a series of Lyme Disease relapses had a surgery to address their cavitations, and not one of them had any regrets or ...

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