“So, we have to protect our mind and our body, rather than just go out there and do what the world wants us to do.” Thank you, Nick @mentalhealingadventures to share the discomfort of this champion that I support with all heart. She is only 24 and has gone through all that pressure. Taking a step back … Continue reading Simon Biles takes a step back: a bad day for Olympics, a great day for humankind.
In my book you will LEARN "new" concepts from Japanese philosophy, like Kintsugi, Wabi Sabi and Ikigai. The search of meaning is at core of my approach to mental health and PTSD (so called combat stress). We are living times of emptyness and no-sense on collective scale. It's a mass dark night of the soul. … Continue reading What makes Diana White’s writing so freak?
As you can see, I relooked the website layout so that I don't need to add the Amazon link every time I post and share my IG insights. This topic is still burning inside. Want more? Chapter One. Link in the sidebar ! 🙂 Yours. Whatever you call me.
Have been investigating this "dark night" in last five years. Today I am glad to share what I have understood on an intellectual level. But furthermore on a mystical (based on experience) and intuitive level. If you want more, I invite you to check the Chapter Two of my book "PTSD: My Journey of Self-Discovery … Continue reading The Dark Night of the Soul.
The author of this blog and book (link down below). Hi I am Antonella - Nell in the story, and Diana White is my pen name. This is my New Campaign running on social media like Facebook and Instagram. I am at very start and I need some help. As author I am indipendent and … Continue reading Find my New Campaign on Social Media.
With great marvel I just found out that my French doctor who was also my mentor is in fact "Patch Adams" .....what I mean by that is that I knew him only by the movie with Robin Williams. So it is the very first time I google his name and can see his real look. … Continue reading Patch Adams.
The following article has been translated via Google. The author of this website does not own any rights on words and pictures. Educational purpose only. By Cécile BouanchaudPosted November 12, 2017 at 5:38 p.m. - Updated November 13, 2017 at 10:32 a.m. https://www.lemonde.fr/attaques-a-paris/article/2017/11/12/la-lente-et-sinueuse-reconversion-des-victimes-du-13-novembre_5213819_4809495.html In front of the Bataclan, a sign from the City of Paris to … Continue reading A real rebirth: French terror attacks November 13.
If you check the table of contents in my book, you will notice that the story is divided in three chapters: The call The Dark night Darkness before Dawn Is this the Golden Dawn? Feeling exhiliated because of pandemic? Self-isolated and then rejected?Is this life mission the way of the saint? What a honor? Breaking … Continue reading The path of the Saint: self-isolated and then… rejected!
*sensitiveness, alright !! Storytime: I was in Paris, entering the Saint Sulpice. This cathedral is renowned thanks to Da Vinci Code. It's quite esotheric. Last time I entered the main door on the right, I found myself standing in front of a giant painting, uh, who was that man fighting against an angel? "Jacob wrestling … Continue reading Jacob and Highly Sensitive People.
** Challenging beauty ideals : Frida Kahlo and her mono-eyebrow ( cultural heritage )** Frida Kahlo’s extraordinary explorations in self-portraiture are testament to the fact that, in real life and on canvas, Kahlo considered her image on precisely her own terms, celebrating her features – her Mexican identity, upper lip hair and that striking unibrow. … Continue reading Perfectionism is self-abuse: Frida Kahlo vs Barbie?