Lisa is a professional public speaker. She shares her raw and uplifting story of addiction. She teaches compassionate leadership and communication.
Vital Spark was created as part of my natural transition through education, career, parenting, business ownership and addiction to recovery. Vital Spark has come from my desire to simply enhance my own life while benefiting other addicts, my community and the world. http://lisacolbert.ca
Mission: To become more of what I want to be by helping others become who they were meant to be. To inspire people to practice the values in the If Everyone... poem and motivate people to create a momentum that spreads the message around the world.
Myths and Questions About Homelessness | The Homeless Hub
The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness is the largest national research institute devoted to homelessness in Canada. The COH is the curator of the Homeless Hub.
My Free Hamilton
I try to live my life softly, and to move with the things I have learned to apply to my life that align me spiritually and congruently with my authentic self. There are times when this becomes toxi…
Mareas -Comprehensive Therapeutic Services for Children & Families
A great info-graphic with strategies to help us and the ones we love when they are stuck. Sometimes its the little things each day that can help us shift our focus to something more positive.
7 Simple Bedtime Meditations for Better Sleep — Rachael Kable
I look forward to going to bed at the end of the day. I love climbing under the blankets, chilling out and drifting off to sleep. When I wake up the next day, I tend to feel refreshed and well-rested. But it hasn’t always been this way. There have been times when I’ve screamed into a pillo
Inner Being Whispers
Covid 19 is colliding into the opiod epidemic. Last year over 3,000 Canadians died of an opiate overdose. #safesupply and #decriminalization will save lives!
National Day of Action on The Overdose Crisis 2020 #supplyorwedie
Let your voice be heard, educate yourself. Be kind. More info at:
Canada's Pacific province of British Columbia was already battling an opioid epidemic when the new coronavirus hit, compounding the threat to drug users, many of whom are homeless and particularly vulnerable during the pandemic.
Research suggests that when we turn towards pain and discomfort, we can experience less of it. Plus — a guided meditation for being mindful when things get tough.
https://connectability.ca/what-to-do-while-in-isolation-covid-19-resources/ has a jam packed resource page with everything from simple language and social stories about covid 19 to links to authors reading their story books, virtual nature cams and museums, escape rooms and more! Targeted at people with different abilities and great for everyone.
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Sea Glass Therapy
Love Timothy Gordon and his approaches to mental health...
Mental health related problems have suffered a long history of stigma. What makes matters worse is the dominant narrative, the biggest story that is spun abo...
What Can a Buddhist Monk Teach Us About Panic and the Brain?
Meditation can quell panic attacks and may slow brain aging over time.
“A human being is a part of the whole, called by us universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feeling as something separated from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.” – Albert Einstein
The Embodiment Conference 2020
Coming home to the body, coming home to each other, coming home to the planet. FREE event.
Quantum World: Awaken Your Mind
Ick! I believe this is true, but for me it is not natural because bloke the article says my false beliefs about feelings are a long time learned. I know I have benefited when I feel through something, yet my resistance is automatic and challenging to navigate.
Believe me. I've tried. I've tried every other way around it. And I'm here to tell you, there is none. You gotta feel it all to heal it, pass through it and get to the
What is your go to therapeutic song? I have many but when I need loud it's Disturbed, Down with the sickness and Drowning Pool, Bodies.
Tiny Talks – Brantford!!
Focus on Homelessness
Hosted by the Brantford Faith Fellowship at 57 Brant Avenue at the Lutheran Church in Brantford on February 28, 2020.
Doors Open at 6:00pm
Starts at 7:00pm
We will be speaking with a focus on Homelessness, Comeback Snacks will be joining us to cater the event!
See everyone there!
We have beliefs that our subconscious tries to prove true, as we explore these beliefs and understand how we formed them, we can begin to see they are not true and unlearn them.
As children, we come up with strategies for keeping ourselves safe. Applying these strategies as adults can cause drama, distress, and damage.
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