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Yetta Krinsky

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Dr Yetta krinsky, MBBS BA FRANZCP, is a psychiatrist who works with women to facilitate the healing process from trauma and other life challenges. She lives in Melbourne, Australia.
The all-encompassing narrative of the whole world—everyone and everything—is the evolution from darkness to light, from constraint to freedom, from exile to redemption. But how should we view those narratives that come up, often very strongly and compelli...
Any narratives that look backwards, without incorporating a deeper perspective of movement, shift and transformation towards greater wholeness and connection, are not true narratives.
All other true narratives are branches or fragments of this one true powerful story.
There are so many people who might never before have exercised such a degree of holding back for the sake of another.
We need not fear painful dislocations as we approach redemption.
Be inspired by what you see!
Some of the most beautiful and sensitive acts in this world are done in a quiet, simple and unassuming way.
My physical symptoms immediately changed to a feeling of openness and relaxation.
The deepest intent of any separation is for the greater unity to follow.
What if we could allow ourselves to be fully present, wherever we are, at any given time, with full trust that this is where we are meant to be, where we are meant to give our full attention?
What if anything old and painful that comes up now, intruding and allowing old fears and vulnerabilities to surface, is only there to promote healing, connection, empathy and greater light?
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