Taking Your Place Among the Healers

How can you tell that the storm is over?

After every rain, somewhere, no matter how faint, comes a bow in the clouds.

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Following a difficult event, there comes a place of silence, peace, gratitude even, that you are no longer the person who entered that storm. One wise teacher said (maybe Oprah?) that we can say something no longer has power over us when we can authentically…

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Pastor | Mother | Health Coach | Spiritual Director| Trauma Therapist in Training

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Pastor | Mother | Health Coach | Spiritual Director| Trauma Therapist in Training

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