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About pureprocess

I am an ceramic artist studying Post Traumatic Stress Resolution. I use the same creative Process to participate in both disciplines and it continuously unfolds beauty and wisdom whether in a clay pot or in a healed heart.

The Emotional Piece

My Life Purpose When I was 20 years old, my Dad had a heart attack. I was the only one home with him when it happened. Waiting for an ambulance he said to himself, “Not now! I’m just figuring it … Continue reading

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Paradox (The Threshold of Truth)

Children can superimpose cognitive ideas upon physical objects and be fully present and focused on the fantasy reality that exists in the relationship.  My son, for whom I was never going to buy a toy gun, at age 4, went … Continue reading

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Subtle Body/Creative Proces

Subtle Body/Creative Process In the sixties, a strange phenomenon appeared amongst children between the ages of 9 and 11 years who had watched, on television, Uri Gellar bend metal spoons using only his mind.  These children would go to their … Continue reading

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Judgement

Notes for Pure Process Coaching Blogs: unchanged in content, and import in July 24/2011 More than once today I have been amazed at how I have, in my life, mind, attached importance to certain stories.  I have elevated them, making … Continue reading

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Pure Pefection

Last week I had a conversation with some friends about perfectionism.  It left me strangely disturbed. Trying to be perfect is trying to do nothing.  There is no way, in any instance, to have more  practice than you have or … Continue reading

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Hereditary PTSD

from THE INDEPENDANT Thursday, December 2 2010 Stressed out? It could be in your genes. By Laura Spinney A growing body of scientific evidence suggests that not only can stress bring about permanent changes in your body, but you can … Continue reading

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Your feelings are your primary subtle perceptual sense. Take care of them.

Anxiety, Panic, Depression and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder are symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.  They are also rapidly filling categories which many people seem to be assigned to these days by psychologists and psychiatrists.  There is Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder … Continue reading

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