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Still Beloved ~ Reclaiming the Soul After Trauma 

Victoria McGee, M.A.

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Welcome to Still Beloved, Reclaiming the Soul After Trauma. If you’ve found your way here, you have probably experienced trauma in your life and are looking for help and healing. I’m a survivor of trauma myself. I write about using trauma to transform your life and reclaim your soul.

 

Just as we experience trauma differently, we seek to find our own unique path to healing. My writing expresses an innate need for God to be part of your healing, in whatever form you call the source of Divine Love. Hopefully, you will find some comfort and grace in my writing.

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Pandemic Coping – Find the Slipstream

“…If you feel ‘burnout’ setting in, if you feel demoralized and exhausted, it is best, for the sake of everyone, to withdraw and restore yourself.” ~ Dalai Lama As we head into the eighth month of a worldwide pandemic, I’m hearing more and more about “pandemic fatigue.” We are tired of masking, tired of not … Continue reading Pandemic Coping – Find the Slipstream

Four Choices We Have Right Now

“Happiness lies not in finding what is missing, but in finding what is present.” ~ Tara Brach As we all deal with a global pandemic in our own individual ways, one fundamental seems to bother us the most — a loss of freedom. We are constricted in our work, our play, even within our families … Continue reading Four Choices We Have Right Now

Breath is Everything, Everything is Breath

“The fact is, that we are being breathed.” ~ Jon Kabat-Zinn The breath. It is our first act outside the womb, and our final act as well. With our first breath, our life begins and our bodies miraculously continue to perform this function automatically, without much thought from us, for the rest of our life. … Continue reading Breath is Everything, Everything is Breath

Holding Our Collective Breath

“When you own your breath, nobody can steal your peace.” ~ Anonymous I woke up very early the other day, too early for the time I’d gone to bed. As I tried to get myself back to sleep for a bit, I took a very, very deep inhale of breath. It shocked me how good … Continue reading Holding Our Collective Breath

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