Breaking The Silence

Breaking The Silence

A Facebook Group dedicated to hearing the voice of survivors!

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Breaking The Silence

A Facebook Group dedicated to hearing the voice of survivors!

A blessing for the senses…

A blessing for the senses…

“May your body be blessed.

May you realise that your body is a faithful and beautiful friend of your soul.

And may you be peaceful and joyful and recognise that your senses are sacred thresholds.

May you realise that holiness is mindful gazing, feeling, hearing and touching.

May your senses gather you and bring you home.

May your senses always enable you to celebrate the universe and the mystery and possibilities in your presence here.

May the Eros of the Earth bless you.”

with love and gratitude to Dion “dancer man” – a fellow traveler!

A blessing for the senses…

“May your body be blessed.

May you realise that your body is a faithful and beautiful friend of your soul.

And may you be peaceful and joyful and recognise that your senses are sacred thresholds.

May you realise that holiness is mindful gazing, feeling, hearing and touching.

May your senses gather you and bring you home.

May your senses always enable you to celebrate the universe and the mystery and possibilities in your presence here.

May the Eros of the Earth bless you.”

with love and gratitude to Dion “dancer man” – a fellow traveler!

“waking wild woman” i…

“waking wild woman” is singular, yet plural… it is about me, about you – about us.

The emerging deep feminine within all, needs to be made more visible in the world.

This site is intended to encourage, empower, and enliven precisely that process.

singular yet plural…

“there is no them and us – only we”

“waking wild woman” is singular, yet plural… it is about me, about you – about us.

The emerging deep feminine within all, needs to be made more visible in the world.

This site is intended to encourage, empower, and enliven precisely that process.

Oprah’s conversation with convicted perpetrators

Oprah’s conversation with convicted perpetrators

Oprah’s conversation with convicted perpetrators:

 

She calls it the most honest conversation she’s ever had with sex offenders. Oprah sits down with four admitted child molesters for a frank, graphic discussion of their crimes. Watch the two-hour conversation in its entirety—an Oprah.com exclusive.

 

 

Oprah’s conversation with convicted perpetrators 

She calls it the most honest conversation she’s ever had with sex offenders. Oprah sits down with four admitted child molesters for a frank, graphic discussion of their crimes. Watch the two-hour conversation in its entirety—an Oprah.com exclusive.

 

 

Watch Part 1 of Oprah’s frank, graphic conversation with admitted child molesters. Learn how to identify sex offenders and prevent more children from becoming victims of abuse. This video is for adult audiences only.

Read more: http://www.oprah.com/oprahshow/Oprah-Talks-to-Child-Molesters-Part-1-Video#ixzz21Km3rQnV

Oprah’s graphic conversation with admitted child molesters continues. Why they committed their crimes. Be advised, this video is for adult audiences only.

Read more: http://www.oprah.com/oprahshow/Oprah-Talks-to-Child-Molestors-Part-2-Video#ixzz21KmJEkpw

In the final minutes of Oprah’s graphic conversation with admitted child molesters, the men describe how they groomed their victims and caused irreparable harm. This video is for adult audiences only.

Read more: http://www.oprah.com/oprahshow/Oprah-Talks-to-Child-Molesters-Part-3-Video#ixzz21KmRv8t2

Heal your life .com

HEAL YOUR LIFE . COM

Heal your life. com is an inspired network and wealth of free resources, awaiting your visit!

 

Sign up to the Facebook feeds and twitter account, for streams of positively infused input!

 

Blessed be.

 

HEAL YOUR LIFE . COM

Heal your life. com is an inspired network and wealth of free resources, awaiting your visit!

 

Sign up to the Facebook feeds and twitter account, for streams of positively infused input!

 

Blessed be.

 

67 minutes…. in honor of Madiba’s legacy for freedom!

For Madiba’s birthday celebration 18 July – popularly known as “Nelson Mandela Day”, people are offering 67 minutes of their time to the community in some way, shape or form… in recognition of the 67 years spent in prison by Rohlihlahla Nelson Mandela (Madiba) struggling for freedom.

 

What are YOU doing to contribute?

 

What touches you most about Mandela’s life?

 

 

weekly wisdom from Sound’s True

weekly wisdom from Sound’s True

This FREE resource includes:

Insights at the edge

(interviews with leading spiritual teachers and writers about their latest challenges)

Producer’s pick

(a specially selected moment of supreme clarity)

A good minute

(concentrated wisdom that turns the mind to our heart’s priorities)

Wise words

(in the rich tradition of contemplative reading)

and access the links to:

Two free gifts (when you sign up for free to the email newsletter)

and free snippets of thousands of audios!

Go there now.

 

 

weekly wisdom from Sound’s True

This FREE resource includes:

Insights at the edge

(interviews with leading spiritual teachers and writers about their latest challenges)

Producer’s pick

(a specially selected moment of supreme clarity)

A good minute

(concentrated wisdom that turns the mind to our heart’s priorities)

Wise words

(in the rich tradition of contemplative reading)

and access the links to:

Two free gifts (when you sign up for free to the email newsletter)

and free snippets of thousands of audios!

Go there now.

 

 

project unbreakable

Project Unbreakable

 

Project Unbreakable was created in October of 2011 by Grace Brown. Grace works with survivors of sexual assault, photographing them holding a poster with a quote from their attacker. Grace has photographed over a hundred people, received over eight hundred submissions. TIME magazine has also named it one of the top 30 Tumblr blogs to follow.

If you are interested in participating by submitting in your own image, you may send an email to projectunbreakablesubmissions @gmail.com, and the pictures will appear at olapic.com/photos/projectunbreakable. If you are interested in being photographed, you may send her an email at projectunbreakable @gmail.com with the subject line “Photograph Me.”

Project Unbreakable

 

Breaking Apathy – Growing Compassion – Declaring Freedom

http://projectunbreakable.tumblr.com/

Project Unbreakable was created in October of 2011 by Grace Brown. Grace works with survivors of sexual assault, photographing them holding a poster with a quote from their attacker. Grace has photographed over a hundred people, received over eight hundred submissions. TIME magazine has also named it one of the top 30 Tumblr blogs to follow.

If you are interested in participating by submitting in your own image, you may send an email to projectunbreakablesubmissions @gmail.com, and the pictures will appear at olapic.com/photos/projectunbreakable. If you are interested in being photographed, you may send her an email at projectunbreakable @gmail.com with the subject line “Photograph Me.”

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