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So far Juna has created 36 blog entries.

August 2019

Will You Let Energy Serve You?


Calling all Mages! In over 20 years of facilitating healing and change with people and bodies, there's one approach I noticed that wasn't always working the way it could. Well meaning people, including myself, were using various techniques to clear their issues or limitations, but certain issues kept coming back. You can clear your crap 'til the cows come home, but if nothing much changes, what's the [...]

Will You Let Energy Serve You?2019-08-26T21:17:17+00:00

April 2019

From Safe To Inspirational – Refresh Your Work Life


Are you working in a safe job and dreaming of an inspirational one? Life’s too short to be stuck working hard just for the notion of security and paying the bills! If you're ready for a work life change, read about how I left my safe job for an inspirational one and how you can refresh your work life too. Learn the 5 stepping stones I used [...]

From Safe To Inspirational – Refresh Your Work Life2019-05-03T22:12:38+00:00

February 2019

What if it’s Better to Receive Than Give?


In a world that celebrates giving, the aspect of receiving is often missed. Receiving isn’t a quality that gets much attention or the respect it deserves. It’s often buried underneath the pile of more honourable deeds such as giving. There’s even a Biblical saying embedded in our cultural conditioning which says, “It is better to give than to receive.” And we’ve believed it to be true without [...]

What if it’s Better to Receive Than Give?2019-05-03T22:26:09+00:00

January 2019

Evolution of a Girl Writer


Girl writer When I was a young girl, I loved words. In first grade I thought the word “girl” was so cool because you could spell it “g-i-r-l” OR “g-r-i-l” and it could mean a “young lady” or a “barbeque” and grownups had to figure out what you meant. You could just move letters around. Writing was so playful for me. In those carefree days, as soon [...]

Evolution of a Girl Writer2019-03-11T18:44:04+00:00

A New Beginning With Your Body


Thirty five years ago when I was a young mom at age 22, and pregnant with my second child, I never thought THIS would happen. To be sure, I’d had crazy doctors before, like the naturopath who predicted my uterus would “explode” (his word) and I’d be barren if I didn’t take his "extract of beef uterus"pills. To add to the weirdness, he also told me all [...]

A New Beginning With Your Body2019-03-11T18:44:09+00:00

September 2018

Are You Making Your Problems a Big Hairy Deal?


How bored are you? Do you ever exaggerate the story of your life/day/weekend as a big hairy deal? Just so you can have something interesting to talk about with your friends or keep boredom at bay? In other words, do you have to make something sound more dramatic and problematic than it is in order to fit in or to entertain yourself? What I've found is that [...]

Are You Making Your Problems a Big Hairy Deal?2019-04-14T20:29:42+00:00

August 2018

The Biggest Lie About Vulnerability


Have you ever thought vulnerability was a weakness? Or if you’re vulnerable you will get hurt? Do you have evidence to “prove it” that when you were once open and vulnerable, someone stabbed you in the back, cheated on you, lied to you, hurt your feelings, or took your money?   That vulnerability is a weakness is simply not true and I’d love to clarify so that [...]

The Biggest Lie About Vulnerability2019-01-26T00:13:16+00:00

July 2018

What Are You Tolerating in Your Life?


One of my favourite topics is creating. Likewise, what gives me a rush is when the act of creation dynamically changes something on the inner or outer levels that you have been tolerating. Did you know that a major block to creating is tolerating? What are you enduring that's been slowing you down? All those tolerations, as simple as a button missing off your favorite shirt, to owing library [...]

What Are You Tolerating in Your Life?2019-08-21T19:20:57+00:00

January 2018

You Are Not Too Old, And It Is Not Too Late


You are not too old and it is not too late. These timely words from poet Rainer Maria Rilke branded me almost viscerally the first time I met a woman I’ll refer to as Dorothy. It was 1998 in Salt Lake City, where I was a dancer in a showcase performance of sacred dancers from all around the globe. One of the dances that took my breath away [...]

You Are Not Too Old, And It Is Not Too Late2019-01-26T00:13:17+00:00

November 2017

Being Vulnerable Without Giving Up Your Authority


Working as a body coach and hands-on body healer, I ask to be vulnerable with my clients. Funnily enough, being vulnerable doesn't come to me as easily as I had thought. However, what I've noticed is when I ask to lower my barriers, it helps get me out of my preconceived notions about me, about the person, and about what will unfold during the session. Likewise, I [...]

Being Vulnerable Without Giving Up Your Authority2019-01-26T00:13:17+00:00
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