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Fallow times

Fallow times are also called the dark night of the soul. It’s a time of spiritual, mental and emotional anguish. Fallow times are when you loose all contact with your gods. I experienced that from May until late October 2012, … Continue reading

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TPE – Humanity

I can still remember when I lost my childhood’s innocence, when my point of view turned form local to global. I was about 14 at the time. I had a very good childhood. I grew up with my mum in … Continue reading

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Changes

Loki put this song in my head today, to remind me what my life felt like before I invited Him in. All around me are familiar faces Worn out places, worn out faces Bright and early for their daily races … Continue reading

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Depression is an insidious illness

I have struggled with depression since I was 14. I was finally correctly diagnosed at age 31 with a bipolar 2 affective disorder. I am currently disabled because of my mood-swings. I am on medication, but that eases the symptoms; … Continue reading

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Self-compassion

“So what is self-compassion? What does it mean exactly? As I’ve defined it, self-compassion entails three core components. First, it requires self-kindness, that we be gentle and understanding with ourselves rather than harshly critical and judgmental. Second, it requires recognition … Continue reading

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