Guest Writer Spot

Today I have the pleasure of being a guest writer for Esther Newton’s wonderful blog. Please check it out. The post is taken from a healing book I am currently working on. Also, Esther’s blog is worth pursuing in and of itself. Thank you, Esther!

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This week, I’d like to welcome Alethea Kehas, with a strong piece of writing, as my Guest Writer.

Exploring the Body’s Memories: An Exercise in Constriction

By Alethea Kehas

 

When we begin to let go of the grasp of our past, we begin to heal and move more fully into the present. Yet, it’s often easier said than done. The body and mind like to hold onto what we have experienced. There is a comfortable routine that develops. An experience is lived and stored in our cellular memory, as though with the intention that one day we may wish to retrieve it. Sometimes this is useful. For example, the body and mind’s memory of how to ride a bike, or drive a car. The ability of the body and mind to distinguish healthy foods and how to consume them. The list goes on. What happens, though, when…

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2 thoughts on “Guest Writer Spot

  1. Alethea, this I have to read!! How exciting that you are working on a healing book! How is it going? I know Esther from the Writers Bureau … is it the same for you? She is a brilliant tutor and I remember she kept telling me that I could write a book and I thought she was just being nice…

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    1. Thank you, Annika. I’m so glad you find the content intriguing. This is my second book, and it is almost a sequel of sorts to the first, a memoir called A Girl Named Truth. Many people have asked if I was going to write a more in-depth book about my own healing and spiritual journey, and I felt compelled to put this into a self-help/healing book. I hope to have it done within the next few months. We’ll see, though…As for Esther, I just recently made her acquaintance through the world of blogging. 🙂

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