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Shamanic Journeying
Shamanic Journeying
Shamanic Journeying
Shamanic Journeying

Kate Sciandra

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Kate Sciandra is a teacher, speaker and integrative health practitioner since 1992. She is a Registered Advanced Practitioner and Instructor in Ortho-Bionomy® body/mind therapy and neuromuscular education. She holds a diploma in Herbal Studies through the Australasian College of Herbal Studies. She is the founder of Aurasolus, a creator of flower remedy based products. Contact her at 612.202.5583 or through her websites: www.thehealingpresence.com and www.aurasolus.com.

What is your Body Telling You?

What we feel in our physical bodies and our emotions, memories and experiences is inextricably wound together in ways that we can only begin...

Exploring the relationship between our bodies and our emotions

What we feel in our physical bodies and our emotions, memories and experiences are inextricably wound together in ways that we can only begin...

Immersed in the Sea of the World

There is a yearning we have as humans: to join with the flow and essence of the world around us. It creates a nostalgia...

Right speech: Look at the intent behind your words

If you regularly read my column, you probably know that all of my columns are, in some aspect, very personal. One of the trickiest...

Becoming Habitually Present

I want to be more present. I really do, but I find myself slipping into states of mindlessness more often than I'm comfortable with....

Life now, and in transition

We live in a world that lives by the rule of impermanence and I find myself fascinated by it. It is that fascination of...

Making Room for Kindness

Sometimes, there are things you know and understand. Intellectually, you grasp the validity and value of these ideas, and practices; you are able to...

Clarity of each moment, for only that moment

In the pre-dawn light of early morning, I stood at my post, observing as the doshi bowed, bowing just as he always does and...

Adjusting Your Response is Healing

Charles Schultz once said, "I love humanity; it's people I can't stand." And truly, one of the great challenges of being human is encountering...

Being Mindful is how to Live Fully

We spend much time in our lives failing to live fully, going through the motions. Being mindfully present allows not only clarity, but also...

Acceptance and learning the lesson

It was one of those months. Death in the family, complicated hospitalizations, interrupted meditation retreat, equipment failures, delivery of damaged goods, dental infections and...

Caring for others need not be a stranglehold

They say the road to hell is paved with good intentions, and I believe it. In fact, I'm pretty sure that I have earned...

A compassionate presence: A more authentic response

Several years ago I read the following: "It's not a hot flash, it's a power surge." Now at the time, I had never had...

Giving and receiving: We all share the healing

For a week I've hardly been able to go anywhere or have a conversation with anyone without the encountering the subject of giving. It...

Immersed in the Sea of the World

There is a yearning we have as humans, to join with the flow and essence of the world around us. It creates a nostalgia...

Might as well face it, you’re addicted to drama

We all know the people whose lives are the stage for constant drama. They live from crisis to crisis; every conflict, or roadblock is...

The Path to Peace is in the Present

When I was in Sedona, AZ, about a year ago, I was reminded of an interview I read with travel journalist and chef Anthony...