thinking

Why We Can Relax Into A Thought We Don’t Like

20 Mar , 2018
Created by Jen Smith

Dear Warrior, I am not entirely well versed in the laws of gravity or the how to predict the weather, but I am, however, well versed in the nature of being human and what they have in common. And after spending the last nearly six years studying some fundamental truths about how being a human […]

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Our Minds Can Talk, But We Can Stay Neutral.

5 Mar , 2018
Created by Jen Smith

I was having a conversation with my Fiancé yesterday regarding debt. Naturally, our two human minds bantered back and forth, trying to understand what it all means and, finally, we came to differing conclusions. However, despite our minds’ ideas, the deeper part of who we both are at a soulful level found agreement on common […]

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How One Rock Bottom Redirected The Course of My Life

19 Dec , 2017
Created by Jen Smith

Dear Warriors, It was close to ten years ago now, but I remember it like it was yesterday.  The clock would strike 3pm and I’d be ready to binge. I’d get in my car, drive to the store and and buy -with the intention to eat- everything I possibly could.  Savoury. Sweet. Salty. A mix of […]

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Dear Intrusive Thoughts: Thank You. I Love You. I Wouldn’t Be Where I Am Without You.

2 Oct , 2017
Created by Jen Smith

Dear Warriors, The third part of my recovery series is here. My rough beginning into Motherhood started with anxious thinking, which intertwined with depressive thinking which both ended up being a very innocent addiction to my thinking. I mean, how could one not become consumed and addicted to their thinking when they have such seemingly […]

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Dear Anxiety: Thank You. I Love You.

18 Sep , 2017
Created by Jen Smith

Dear Warriors, I wanted to share with you an intimate letter I wrote a while back when I was recovering, where I speak to my fears as if they were my friends, my best friends. Why? Because when we honour them, when we address them for what they are, they take on a softer approach. They […]

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