“Say not, ‘I have found the truth’, but rather, ‘I have found a truth.’ (Kahlil Gibran)
“Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.” (Aristotle)
“Memory is the scribe of the soul.” (Aristotle)
As far back as I can remember, I have known that life is a balancing act; that, as an adult, we need to somehow balance our responsibilities in a way that at least demonstrates our willingness to work toward what we consider “wholeness”. And, I would imagine that just about everyone reading this will agree that maintaining balance in our lives sometimes feels nearly impossible. We are made up of body, mind and spirit.
In order to become whole human beings, each of these areas needs nurturing and attention, time and effort. Most of us end up nurturing one or two of these three components to the detriment of the other one or two.
Victoria Clair - Author
Victoria Clair is a rebel elder; an outside-the-box thinker. She has spent a lifetime studying her passions: spirituality and psychology. She holds a B.A. in Biblical Studies from Barrington College; did graduate work in psychology at Assumption College; has a M.Div. from Bangor Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. in Metaphysics. She is also a certified Healing Touch practitioner. She was ordained a minister in 1981 and served as a pastor until choosing to leave parish ministry in 1987. She taught Psychology at a small college in Portland, Maine for fourteen years, while at the same time maintaining a private practice in counseling and energy healing. She has been living in the Philippines since 2008 where she spends her time in continued study, writing and art.
Victoria is the author of “The Coming Together of Psychology and Spirituality”. This book is published through Amazon.Read more about her...