Boundaries and Bridges

Start your healing journey: Navigating the Storm

Are you fighting the storm of intense feelings?

Is it hard to block out unwanted thoughts?

Do you have trouble finding a place of calm?

Shame and judgment?


Intense inner critic?


This free 12-step program “Navigating the Storm” will teach you twelve easy practical steps to taking back control.

Learn how to find shelter in the storm.

Shine a spotlight on your life.

After each step, look back to see what is working and not working.

Commit to spending 10-15 minutes every day to work on your personal health.

Be prepared to get uncomfortable!

No one can do this for you. You are your own best healer.

Navigating the Storm: Click HERE to get started

  1. Introduction: Feeling the Storm


  • Daily journaling
  • Small daily promise (from How to do the Work)

If a house has been closed up for a long time, a film of dust settles on the windows.  Decayed residue gradually manages to seal out the light.  When we go into such a place, we smell the dankness of sour and fetid air.  The same thing can happen in the rooms of the mind.  If one has become stuck in certain narrow or predictable way of seeing, the outside light cannot bring colour into one’s life.  Eventually the windows of the mind become blinded by an imperceptible film of dead thought and old feeling so that the air within becomes stale, life lessens and the outside world loses its invitation and challenge.   When no fresh light can come into the mind, the colour and beauty fade from life…  When the soul is alive to beauty, we begin to see life in a fresh and vital way.  The old habits of seeing are broken.  The coating of dead dust falls from the windows.  Freed from their dead forms the elements of one’s life reveal new urgency and possibility.

John O’Donohue, Beauty


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