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Unfold Your Truth

Unfold Your Truth

By Brynne Betz It was just a trip to the grocery store. On a very cold Seattle day. For me, anyway, after living in Mexico for almost ten years. The shivers ran up my spine as I held tight to my daughter’s little hand, our feet split-splattering puddles on our way to the entrance. I […]

Your wise heart

Your wise heart

Run with me?

Run with me?

By Brynne Betz My breathing is labored, but it matches my stride. I find my rhythm and stick with it. My legs, they remind me of untapped strength, of energies stored in muscles I cannot see, can only feel, and my arms, well, they push my little one, up, up, up the hill and over […]

In the Heart of Papua New Guinea

In the Heart of Papua New Guinea

By Brynne Betz The flat bed truck grumbled as it crawled up the mountainside. It knew the way well and wasn’t happy to be doing it all over again. Once a day was enough. More was cruel. Like an ornery old man it sputtered and hissed, stumbling on rocks the size of melons and creaking […]

Auras

Auras

By Brynne Betz Life will not, it will never, make sense to your mind.  The secret is to see life from the soul’s perspective;  to add to the mind’s experience the soul’s  wisdom, awareness, and total knowing. –Neale Donald Walsch I imagine they came to me like magnets, some mysterious part of them hearing my call, […]

A Gentle, Healing Connection

A Gentle, Healing Connection

Editor’s note:  It is our pleasure to introduce a new columnist to the Citizens Journal family, Brynne Betz who is a trained transpersonal psychologist, a discipline which marries the spiritual and the psychological into one practice. Ms. Betz has lived all over the world,  and has worked in prisons, as you will see by our first reposting […]

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