Healing with Mother Earth
Spiritual Psychotherapy
by Mia (Dr Mary Patricia Quinlivan)
5M ago
Connecting to Mother Earth is immeasurably healing. It heals our physical and mental health, provides deep spiritual connection and is a beautiful source of guidance. We no longer feel alone, we feel supported and we belong. As we connect to her we start to feel her as the living being she is. Naturally we want to support her in gentle manageable ways. This enables the whole system to heal. We are part of a whole, healing the system provides healing for all. Much gratitude to Isira for her wisdom at https://isira.com ..read more
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Choosing the Steep but Wholesome path
Spiritual Psychotherapy
by Mia (Dr Mary Patricia Quinlivan)
10M ago
The path to healing can feel very steep and narrow. This podcast warmly describes how challenging the path to healing can be. We can feel very resistant to the journey. However we are finding our way to love, so hang in there ..read more
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Relieving back pain through awareness
Spiritual Psychotherapy
by Mia (Dr Mary Patricia Quinlivan)
11M ago
How my significant back pain was relieved by releasing old conditioning. I was caught in misplaced responsibility or a pattern of rescuing. I was not supporting myself. This resulted in quite severe back pain. With awareness this pain was transformed ..read more
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Ordinary Love
Spiritual Psychotherapy
by Mia (Dr Mary Patricia Quinlivan)
1y ago
What we all are, this pure Essence/Source/God is unconditional love. I have recently experienced how this love is ordinary, simple and sublime. We could never be judged by it, never be left out of it, or never be apart from it. No matter what we do, there is always love as the background. Love is permanent, safe and whole ..read more
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Feeling safe and whole
Spiritual Psychotherapy
by Mia (Dr Mary Patricia Quinlivan)
1y ago
Caught in our egoic identity it is impossible to feel safe and whole, because this life experience is transient and unpredictable. However, as we learn to rest in the now, in presence, in authenticity, wholeness and wellbeing arise. The journey may feel vulnerable, but the outcome is deeply peaceful and entirely safe ..read more
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Totems & healing the past
Spiritual Psychotherapy
by Mia (Dr Mary Patricia Quinlivan)
1y ago
How nature and totems and can guide us, sometimes in surprising ways. How we go about healing our past. Also healing anger and resistance ..read more
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Loving our loved ones.
Spiritual Psychotherapy
by Mia (Dr Mary Patricia Quinlivan)
1y ago
The greatest gift we can offer our loved ones is acceptance. If we regularly offer 'advice' we make them feel what they are is not enough. It's acceptance that builds worthiness ..read more
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Vulnerable or invulnerable?
Spiritual Psychotherapy
by Mia (Dr Mary Patricia Quinlivan)
1y ago
"Vulnerability is the hinge on the gate to great power." Isira Vulnerability is an immense gift. Awakening involves gently letting go of layers of egoic identity. This feels incredibly vulnerable. However as we open, we allow spirit to flow. An immense power of wisdom and love enriches our lives. The more we feel spirit , the more we recognize, as this we are completely invulnerable, safe and whole ..read more
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Heal grumpiness, heal projection on others.
Spiritual Psychotherapy
by Mia (Dr Mary Patricia Quinlivan)
1y ago
How we compassionately heal grumpiness and irritability. It only takes honesty, gentleness and some simple techniques. Practice also helps! Please note I mention the "shakti shake" regularly. This technique comes from Isira see isira.com ..read more
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Oneness not separateness
Spiritual Psychotherapy
by Mia (Dr Mary Patricia Quinlivan)
1y ago
This shares a deepening into oneness that has been slowly arising. Particularly catalyzed by a recent retreat with Isira (Aunty Jinta). Also my "separate self" feeling a need for attention and how we gently move beyond this. May it be inspirational for you. Much Love Mia ..read more
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