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Shelley Klammer
Expressive Art Therapy
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The Urge to Belong and Conditional Love Our family conditioning is who we had to become so that our parents could feel emotionally stable and psychologically comfortable. Depending on the emotional health of our parents, and our level of inherent difference from them, we learned early, in varying degrees, how... Continue reading
Posted Aug 4, 2014 at Expressive Art Inspirations
The Root of our Core Pain - "I am suffering and separate from love because..." All of us, often without knowing it, have a particular secret negative belief about ourselves, that feels so devastating, it can take us down an unbearable dark hole of pain. And, we each have a... Continue reading
Posted Jun 4, 2014 at Expressive Art Inspirations
Hi Cyndy - thank you again for writing!
Thanks for connecting in Linda and much love.
Thanks Isabelle - lots of love.
Thanks so much Cynthia for sharing this moment of your life. Blessings for living in the light!
Thanks dear Heather!
Hi Marilyn - I have written you personally on your web-site and really enjoyed looking at your work. Thanks for your kind and informed feedback!
Karen I have written you personally and you know how much your story about your Mom heartens me. Lots of you to you and your Mom.
Sylvie I have written you personally but publicly I celebrate your healing with your father too!
Dalia - I so enjoyed our deep e-mail chat about this - such good questions to ponder.
Thank-you Amanda - lots of love to you!
Thanks for your kind comment Brenda and for taking the time for writing to me!
Hi Marian - we spoke in person and thanks for connecting with me!
Lots of love to you Matt and thanks for your kind and helpful feedback.
Blessings to you too Anne - thank-you so much for writing me.
Thank-you for writing me Sarvjit. Lots of love to you!
"Some great confusion has fallen like a shadow across the world, a mass forgetting in which the sense of meaning waiting to be discovered right under the surface of events has been obscured in favor of compiling information and a recitation of facts that only become forgotten. This is a... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2014 at Expressive Art Inspirations
Thank-you Nadak and indeed I am a wholehearted believer in the art journaling as therapy. Wonderful to connect in with you and hear your perspective!
Thank-you for writing Liza.
The Emotional Pain of Being Born There is no shame in feeling emotional pain. We all feel unbearable emotional pain in our human life at some point but we usually suffer along at a repressed ebb by avoiding, distracting and suppressing our feelings, instead of turning towards the core emotional... Continue reading
Posted Oct 19, 2013 at Expressive Art Inspirations
Thank-you for writing me Karen and blessings for your intuitive journaling journey!
The Pressure to Conform Because we live in an ego-based world where appearances are more valued than the truth, it is easy to forget who we are on a deep level. The aim of honest, raw art journaling is to strengthen and reclaim authentic self-expression - to make it more... Continue reading
Posted Sep 14, 2013 at Expressive Art Inspirations
Thank-you Andre for sharing a bit about your mothering journey and your heart-filled words about my writing - and it looks like you do wonderful work on your web-site. Blessings for birthing your daughter!