Entries by Juno

Can art open the door to healing trauma?

There has been some research done to explore how trauma effects the brain. It has been found that when people are triggered into trauma, their ability to process language is severely diminished. This explains how terror can be wordless, and why it can be so hard to describe traumatic experiences and feelings. This is why […]

  ‘Everything responsible for our human existence is due to an anonymous multitude of others who lived before us, whose acheivements hae been bestowed upon us as gifts.’   H. Hass photo by smithsonian.com  

“We are wired for growing and healing. We are shaped by a deep desire to be known, seen, and recognised, as we strive to come into contact with parts of ourselves that are frozen.” Diana Fosha   photo by Life Runners.

peter’s unruly imagination

photo by Alan Warren Peter Ustinov’s teacher said to his mum “Peter has a highly developed sense of the imagination, which must be curbed at all costs”. Luckily for us Peter’s imagination was still thriving when he reached adulthood and gifted us with so much laughter and enjoyment though his wit in his long career […]