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About sharon-clark-rowlands

Sharon Clark Rowlands is the author of “Oh, We Should Have Told You” which is the outgrowth of a Journal kept during several years spent in the pursuit of personal growth and spirituality. The book contains both personal experiences and “messages from someone outside of myself” and will stimulate you to reflect upon and to gain insights into your own experiences and provide you with inspiration and comfort as you navigate your own Spiritual Journey. view Sharon's author page at http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/SharonsStore and her facebook page for her book https://www.facebook.com/Oh-We-Should-Have-Told-You-111028689006524/

coming out of denial

after decades of living in denial and running to new jobs, cities and relationships, 10 years ago i began to more and more cut off from myself until a couple of years later i was totally isolated. that’s when i … Continue reading

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“MEDICINE WOMAN WOUND”

a couple of weeks ago i took part in a guided visualisation during which i resonated with what was referred to as a “MEDICINE WOMAN WOUND” especially the wound symptom of holding ourself back from sharing our wisdom because of … Continue reading

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placing the well-being of others before the well-being of myself

A friend of mine was surprised to find her people-pleasing “part” was draining her and did not have her best interests in mind, was in fact sacrificing her. this revelation led me to think about a “part” of mine which … Continue reading

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#7 excerpt from my book “oh, we should have told you”

My changed financial situation meant that it was time to say Goodbye to the Cabin which led to the following poem: Cabin you’ve been good for me You’ve helped me listen, you’ve helped me see Things out there beyond the … Continue reading

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#6 excerpt from my book “oh, we should have told you”

I learned that the investment in which I had placed the proceeds from the sale of my home had failed and that I therefore, basically had no money. What am I to do about supporting myself financially? Focus on remembering … Continue reading

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#5 excerpt from “oh, we should have told you”

I had now spent enough time by myself, to have allowed my mental dialogue to quiet to the point where I could actually hear both sides of this dialogue. It was like one part of my mind was talking to … Continue reading

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#4 excerpt from “oh, we should have told you”

My reading of Self Help and Personal Growth books evolved into me reading books about Spirituality. This led me to deeper thinking and also to some confusion about what appeared to be discrepancies. On the one hand during my Practicum for the … Continue reading

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#3 excerpt from “oh, we should have told you”

I had never been much of a television watcher and now between sky gazing, watching the wildlife, chopping firewood and driving to a nearby marina for laundry and groceries, I seldom even followed the news. Friends chastised me saying that it … Continue reading

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#1 excerpt from “oh, we should have told you”

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#2 excerpt from “oh, we should have told you”

I decided to rent the cabin. Once there, my newfound freedom from my previous responsibilities felt strange and somewhat confusing. No more alarm clock, no more job to show up to, very little housework just one linoleum floor that needed … Continue reading

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