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Religious Trauma & the Body.

Like all trauma, religious trauma lives in our bodies. And like all trauma, we need bodily ways to process it. When you graze your knee, your body knows how to heal. When you’ve experienced trauma, your body knows how to heal. But for anyone who has spent time in spaces

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An Incomplete Deconstruction

An image took my breath away last week. It was of a baby doll in a manger made of rubble. Broken chunks of cement and rocks, debris and wood surrounded by figurines. It was the nativity scene of a Church in the West Bank city of Bethlehem. The place where

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The Body Keeps the Score & is the Key to Healing.

We heal powerfully when we can find practices and rituals that have meaning for us. When we connect with people who’ll help us carry some of the load and reflect back to us that we belong. These signal to our bodies that we can move through our pain to healing. The body keeps the score but can know relief in connection, to ourselves and our community.

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Download 'Melancholy': an excerpt from "The Sentimental Non-Believer."

Melancholy is a reflection on the way Easter used to feel and how it feels now.