Self Help Journaling Feed

The only way we heal and become truly stronger and greater than we were before is by surrendering to our emotional pain, being willing to unconditionally hear its full messages, view and be freely present in its memories, and accept what's real - the real meaning of the last stage of grief. Read more →


Giving thanks is the directive - and acknowledging the abundance and gift of our blessings to survive, sustain and share. In our most troubling times I believe this holiday in particular spiritually offers us a great deal toward self-healing, development, empowerment, and most of all universal caring without condition and without fear, to truly create and support all of our greater good...In that spirit I want to share what I brought forth as the workshop focus in my women's self-healing and empowerment monthly group meeting last week on exploring the larger meaning and opportunity of blessings for success and higher power for all. Here are the steps... Read more →


Here's How to Create a Miracle Resolution and True Justice for Yourself and Others...call to action and commitment for self-healing, empowerment and development that restores justice as it most quickly brings you to real resolution, higher understanding and creating your experience in alignment with spiritual law. Read more →


We are all heroes, say all great ancient spiritual traditions, or we wouldn't be here adventuring and evolving on the earth plane. Whether we talk about designated recovery from addictions, trauma, self-healing, empowerment, therapeutic intervention, they all, to me and actually Carl Jung as part of his definition of archetypes, challenge us to become who we truly are - heroes. Read more →


We are endlessly flowing, paradoxically intact patterns of energy. We have the power to shift our the pattern of our energetic field and thereby "raise ourselves up" to a higher frequency level, which changes not only how we respond to our experience but our experience itself. Read more →


Personal retreats clear, relax, inspire, transform, uplift, energize and empower. A classic example of a year long personal retreat is Thoreau’s autobiographical On Walden Pond. I think of my personal retreats as an “unfolding” as well, as if I had secret wings that here can open up, spread, and take me far away to a special, secret, transcendent place of healing, higher power and new creation. It is your unique “breakaway” from which you will return changed – for the better. Read more →


Do You Know the Real Benefit of Experience? As our lives go on and on, so do our experiences . . . and so do our interpretation of our experiences, including related judgments/belief systems...that always become significant burdens that can... Read more →


The idea for this post was motivated in part by Heather Plett's "What it Really Means to Hold Space for Someone"- after reading it, ask yourself how the concept of holding space might apply to yourself? And be sure to... Read more →


Look as hard as you can, take as long as it takes to be hopeful about as many things as you can sincerely acknowledge in your life - is my sincere and heartfelt wish for you this year that's almost ended, to birth what is new for all our greater good - Namaste, Marjorie Read more →


What are the Real Benefits of Creative Coloring? Throughout my practice I have offered and encouraged clients to draw with crayons in their meditative journeys for healing and transforming; and to creatively record their inner “dives” and heart’s visions. I... Read more →


The Gift – And Risk – of Envisioning Yes, this is the first blog article I’ve written since my return late last month from my European and New York city travels for a month. It has been a year of... Read more →


If You Could Choose Five Key Words By Which You Could Live Your Life . . . What would they be? Think about it – settle back, close your eyes, take ten full, deep, easy breaths…and then ask the question... Read more →


Terror is the Great Disease and Challenge of Our Time I recently read an amazing book by Erik Larsen titled In the Garden of the Beasts: Love, Terror and an American Family in Hitler’s Berlin, about Ambassador Dodd’s personal and... Read more →


Even Being a Hapless Victim Doesn’t Destroy Hope My youngest daughter turned 23 about a month ago, and decided to take me up on my offer to pick the play she wanted to see at Niagara-on-the-Lake’s annual Shaw Festival, deservedly... Read more →