Friday, February 11, 2011

Explore healing to the root ... and free your creativity!

In honor of Black History Month . . . I am pleased to announce a new post on my blog, PoliPsych, which delves into the roots of prejudice and bigotry in each of us . . . and the vast healing of prejudice that is possible!

To read this article, Why Do We Have To Do This Over And Over? Exploring The Roots of Prejudice, please visit


Recently a bill, redefining rape, was proposed before Congress. As it was proposed, this bill could have an enormous impact on the lives of women.

H.R.3, The No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act was, in truth, a war on women's power, a war on women's protection, a war on women's access to help . . . a war against women!

In response I have written a post on my blog, PoliPsych, exploring the roots of this bill in specific, and of any act in the war currently being waged against women in our hearts, our country, and our world.

To read this post, please visit

Depth psychotherapist Judith Barr, author of Power Abused, Power Healed invites her sister writers and IWWG members to explore the many ways we can heal to the root!

In private practice for over 30 years, and offering her healing expertise in an array of formats, Judith’s unique and innovative work helps people make a connection between their inner world, their own individual relationships and experiences, and the state of our nation and our world. She works with people in the creative arts on the roots of both what is blocking their creative flow and what is trying to birth itself to be healed through their artistic expression.

In her monthly newsletter, Judith teaches about how healing to the root can help heal not only ourselves . . . but our whole world.

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If you feel called to explore working with Judith, please email her at

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