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About Suzanne

Suzanne Lewis, editor and manager Wholisticbodymind.com since 2000. Suzanne is a Planetary Peacekeeper, an Agent for Conscious Evolution, a Spiritual Healer, a Mother, a multi - faceted artist (beads, gems to trade beads; guords star seed art; published author and Lover of Life for the sake of All our Relations.

INCIDENTS LIKE MIDDLETON’S CAUSE LASTING DAMAGE TO STUDENTS OF COLOR Tracy Sedano 11/21/2018

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Suzanne Lewis announcing PeaceWheel Practice Guidebook: Dismantling Post Traumatic Stress and Harm is published

Good day to you, Suzanne Lewis, visionary author, teacher and healer, announcing that her second book, PeaceWheel Practice Guidebook: Dismantling Post Traumatic Stress and Harm is officially launched and available at Amazon.com in hardback, with photographs; and as a Kindle … Continue reading

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Dr. Marya Rupa: “To understand the root causes of the pathologies we see today which impact all of us but affect Brown, Black and Poor people more intensely, we have to examine the foundations of this society which began with COLONIZATION.

Rupa Marya October 20 at 5:48 AM Several have asked me to share this slide from my talk at Bioneers. How the macro connects to the micro. Here it is.

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Nate Kleinman Time for a history lesson: The horror of life in Honduras is our fault.

Nate Kleinman 21 hrs Time for a history lesson: I intended to write this as soon as I heard Donald Trump begin to vilify this latest migrant caravan from Honduras, but my busy season as a farmer and political activist … Continue reading

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Chief Arvol Looking Horse~ 19th Generation Keeper of Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe.

Angella Piercy Tenjo sharing: Chief Arvol Looking Horse~ 19th Generation Keeper of Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe. I, Chief Arvol Looking Horse, of the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota Nations, ask you to understand an Indigenous perspective on what has happened … Continue reading

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Suzanne Lewis – The PeaceWheel Practice Guidebook available at Amazon Books

Suzanne Lewis, editor of www.wholisticbodymind.com online Journal, announced that her new book The PeaceWheel Practice Guidebook is now available on Amazon Booklist both in hardback and Kindle. An audio tape is soon to be released. PeaceWheel Practice Explanation Suzanne Lewis, … Continue reading

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Suzanne here sharing thoughts on “breaking the rules, with integrity”

Healers are kinesthetic, hyper-sentient, “emphaths”. Thoughts, words expressed or compulsively dwelled upon, send a vibration, a certain frequency, resonance. If a being is broken, ill or imbalanced, they seem to lack personal responsibility, autonomy for their negative, cold, harming, projecting, … Continue reading

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The Ceremony at the Heart of “Salmon Nation”

The Ceremony at the Heart of “Salmon Nation” Submitted by Allison on Thu, 07/03/2008 – 8:03pm. Issue: 2008 May/June Article Type: Feature About 18 months ago, an extraordinary woman came to my home on the Rogue River in southern Oregon. … Continue reading

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My White Shadow Mirabai Starr

MY WHITE SHADOW Mirabai Starr While we may comprehend that holding onto resentments is like swallowing hot coals, it is not easy to let go of the storyline of our own wounds. Nor must we. The feminine way is to … Continue reading

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FIRE SUPPORT: HERBS FOR LUNGS AND TRAUMA Posted by Laura Ash on Oct 11, 2017

Suzanne here: Smoke and Air Pollution. Resource information: My heart is heavy for all of those affected by the current Northern California Fires. Heavy. Close friends have lost their homes, many have evacuated. Many are still scared. There is so … Continue reading

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