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In my conversations about pleasure, people are often puzzled why pleasure would Pleasure be so intriguing to me a psychotherapist and spiritual counsellor. Pleasure isn’t commonly associated with either our process of healing or spirituality development. But interestingly for me, those are the two main motivators, in my project to redefine and reclaim a more wholistic understanding of pleasure. Read more >Jan 26, 2018
Rhythm is a key element of pleasure. By this I mean attuning to your own internal rhythm, to let it guide your movement through the day. This rhythm is unique to each of us, but we all share participation in the rhythmic movement of expansion and contraction. This rhythm is all around us in the cycles of nature and even our own breath – inhaling we expand and exhaling we let go. Read more >Jan 09, 2018
On New Year's Eve I went to a Labyrinth walk at the Anglican cathedral here in Ottawa. It was a great way to bring in the new year. I walked in silence with a group of people, in a dark, candle lit space. Classical guitar music held a background tone. After everyone had walked, the facilitator invited us into the middle of the circle to speak a word for the new year; a word that would reflect what we needed or wanted to enter into 2018. Read more >