Mutiny of the Soul

43529 Mutiny of the Soul By Charles Eisenstein on Saturday May 21st, 2016 Another Way of Looking at Fatigue and Depression Depression, anxiety, and fatigue are an essential part of a process of metamorphosis that is unfolding on the planet today, and highly significant for the light they shed on the transition from an old […]

Announcing 2 Holotropic Breathwork Workshops May 13th and 14th in Toronto

Bruce Tobin is coming to Toronto to facilitate two Holotropic Breathwork Workshops using image making as integration. Tickets are now on sale through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/holotropic-breathwork-workshop-saturday-may-13th-tickets-31405007222?utm_campaign=new_event_email&utm_medium=email&utm_source=eb_email&utm_term=viewmyevent_button

A New Model of Addiction

this is brilliant! A new model of addiction overturns the antiquated notion of abstinence and prohibition which clearly haven’t worked. The new model understands the root causes of substance abuse to be trauma. Healing the trauma heals addiction and it works! Read more here: http://ecosalon.com/a-new-model-for-addiction-at-home-in-the-dark/

MDM-A Tedx talk by British Psychiatrist

This is a powerful video on how MDM-A can help so many people with trauma. MDM-A is like the key that opens up PTSD sufferers who are treatment resistant.  Then the psychotherapy can take hold. One day and I hope it’s within a few years, people who suffer trauma will have the option of a short […]

The History and Future of Psychedelic Psychotherapy

Psychedelics such as LSD, Psilocybin, MDMA, and Mescaline has been shown to be very powerful psychoactive tools that reach places psychotherapy and current pharmaceuticals don’t touch. Psychedelics are highly effective in reducing anxiety in terminal cancer patients, those with highly resistant PTSD, alcoholics, and new clinical research is exploring ways that psychedelics can have a positive impact on people with eating disorders, and there are many other studies researching how psychedelics work.

DO ACTION GAMES ENCOURAGE SUICIDE?

According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, suicide is the second leading cause of death amongst young people in Canada; the statistic is the same over in the United States. While there are a multitude of factors that can contribute to suicide, an American study released in January found that action category videogames can play a significant role in suicide ideation and attempt.

Missing in Action: Mental Health Community Fails Fraud Victims

Major fraud cases grab the headlines for a few days or weeks then forgotten until the next one comes along. We never have to wait long. Media typically focuses on following the money, the colourful perpetrator and occasionally on the victims. Because no violence is used, there is some sort of collusion, and sometimes insurance, […]