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Emily & Dan's Article Excerpted from the June 2015 Issue of The Knowing Field Magazine
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Being Born Backwards (Excerpted From October 2016 Newsletter)

Being Born Backwards (Excerpted from October 2016 Newsletter)

Were you born backwards? We are not asking about breech births or other physical conditions of your mother's labor. Being born backwards means that instead of entering the world of breathing with life pushing you forward, into a future of infinite possibilities, you first open your eyes to a landscape frozen in time from the impact of generational trauma.
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Another Blog With Another Title

Another Blog with another Title

A person who stands at the edge of suicide, feels excruciating agony, looks down into the abyss and hears its seductive promise to end this life’s suffering. Seen from the precipice, the road of life offers no hope of relief, neither immediately nor in days to come. In these moments, which are often colored by depression, anxiety, mania and psychosis, the way out is the only way. The way onward feels like a life of more pain and suffering only to be relieved by inevitable death.
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The Hidden Blueprint That Has Long Outlived Its Purpose

The Hidden Blueprint that has Long Outlived its Purpose

A person who stands at the edge of suicide, feels excruciating agony, looks down into the abyss and hears its seductive promise to end this life’s suffering. Seen from the precipice, the road of life offers no hope of relief, neither immediately nor in days to come. In these moments, which are often colored by depression, anxiety, mania and psychosis, the way out is the only way. The way onward feels like a life of more pain and suffering only to be relieved by inevitable death.
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A Reflection On Recent Celebrity Suicides

A Reflection on Recent Celebrity Suicides

A person who stands at the edge of suicide, feels excruciating agony, looks down into the abyss and hears its seductive promise to end this life’s suffering. Seen from the precipice, the road of life offers no hope of relief, neither immediately nor in days to come. In these moments, which are often colored by depression, anxiety, mania and psychosis, the way out is the only way. The way onward feels like a life of more pain and suffering only to be relieved by inevitable death.
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