Delia Yeager


Point of View

Posted by Delia Yeager on October 11, 2014
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Your POV can be a source of great pain, struggle, problems, social difficulties and a lot of other limitations. We often hear about POV as an illusion like time or reality. We hear about the need to let go of our POV. And here’s the thing – some people DO need to let go their iron-fisted absolutist POV and make some room for someone else’s POV. Fabulous! There are a lot of articles out there for you already. This is for a different person. This is for the person who

e-notes: Growth Periods

Posted by Delia Yeager on September 24, 2014
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Did you know that the Healing Process is predictable? The bullet points could be: – Shock/awe/blast-imprinting intense – Pulsating cycles of denying, pretending, running away from, ignoring, minimizing – Implosion  cycles taking things out on self, then Others, in turn – Critical mass crisis – something  must break! Choice – either turn around and face the thing, or crash, freeze again and repeat the cycle We are meant to Break – as in break through. Break through involves some degree of break down.

Stasis, SuperPowers and Growing

Posted by Delia Yeager on September 21, 2014
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That brought tears to my eyes!” was a comment on my FB in response to a New York Ballet video post. It’s like that right now, isn’t it? One minute feeling like bursting into song and dance with how fabulous and energizing things are, and the next moment, feeling like bursting into tears at how tired of the same old hardships body is. It’s almost enough to give you whip-lash, or make you wonder if you aren’t going crazy. This is actually a sign that things – and you – are changing, as in growth opportunities. Now, body has a

Ready to BE better, Not Just Feel Better?

Posted by Delia Yeager on September 17, 2014
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I have been waiting all my life for this class. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve wanted Super Powers. And I’ve always knows we are energy Beings. I am so glad to be in this training!”

(This is exactly how I felt in my first class of this Practice too!) We were talking about the difference between knowing something with your head and actually KNOWING something. “Is it this and then that? Or that and then this?” He asked. How often do you ask this, or questions like