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Creative. Passionate. Receptive. Focused. Pulsating with power. Glowing with good health. Radiant with self-confidence. The Solar Feminine. Venus transited the Sun early in June 2012, signifying the rise of a new feminine archetype: the Solar Feminine. The Lunar Feminine In … Continue reading
I just had to borrow that great title from a song by the 80’s band War, because it’s been going through my head for the last few days. It’s a reflection of the powerful deepening that this time of year … Continue reading
Amrita talks about her recovery from double mastectomy and DIEP Flap reconstruction at 16 days post-surgery, including the power of having loving support.
Two days out of surgery and still in the hospital, Amrita talks about the surgery and reconstruction and how she is recovering as well as the quality of care she has received.
Amrita declares her intentions about the outcomes of her surgery. She’s going in tomorrow for a double mastectomy and immediate DIEP Flap reconstruction. She also announces her new Facebook page: The Breast Cancer Mystery School.
Amrita Grace gives an overview of her ten categories of complementary cancer care for wholeness.
Amrita fully details her personal complementary cancer care regimen. For a short overview, see video #6. The full list of resources with links is also available on her website.
Amrita speaks about her choice to have DIEP Flap reconstruction immediately following her upcoming double mastectomy.
Amrita speaks about several complementary cancer treatments she is using to prepare herself before surgery.
Amrita Grace speaks about beginning her journey with breast cancer in her first video blog.
As we head toward the dark half of the year, I ponder death and rebirth; that which cycles on the earth, and that which is cycling in my own life. This particular time of year is special to me, being … Continue reading
In Jungian psychology, the shadow is defined as “everything of which a person is not fully conscious;” in other words, that which we cannot see in ourselves. It is also prone to projection: turning a personal inferiority into a perceived … Continue reading