Archives for "April, 2014"

Apr 30, 2014

GET MAD, AND STAY ALIVE


THE VERY REAL LINK BETWEEN SUPPRESSED EMOTIONAL PAIN AND CANCER

Research is showing us that cancer can only exist in the presence of unhealed emotional pain. Suppressed emotional trauma produces an environment of “severe internal stress” that fuels the daily growth of new cancer in the body.

According to the Journal of Psychosomatic Research, “Extreme suppression of anger was the most commonly identified characteristic of 160 breast cancer patients who were given a detailed psychological interview and self-administered questionnaire”. And German cancer surgeon Dr. Ryke-Geerd Hamer, in examining thousands of cancer patients with all types of cancer, noticed that they all shared one thing in common: there had been some sort of psycho-emotional conflict prior to the onset of their cancer that had never been fully resolved.

What does all of this add up to in my case of being blindsided by the one I thought was my beloved to the truth that our shared decade was betrayal-steeped, being trashed and left immediately for another, and having my whole world and understanding of love and commitment completely shattered to the ground? It means giving my anger a voice is actually saving my life.

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Apr 26, 2014

WHEN YOU’RE IN LOVE WITH AN EMOTIONAL CON MAN


CLICK to WATCH my fourth illustrated poem of The Betrayal Project. Next week I’ll be sharing the deeper reason that is fueling my release of these rather emotion heavy videos born of my heartbreak… Thank you for taking in what has been the most difficult experience of my life, and for maybe sharing this video with those you think might benefit from a multi-media approach to processing heartbreak and betrayal.

May your day be filled with emotional connection with the good, the bad, and the ugly – all of them beautiful with the eyes and heart that believe them to be.

To your Wellbeing,
Sherry MORE

Apr 19, 2014

HATCHET DECOR


Excerpt from my poem “Mourn Out the Candy Corn of Memory”. Click for a link to the video in which it’s featured. MORE

Apr 19, 2014

DYE THE PAIN


Excerpt from my poem “Mourn Out the Candy Corn of Memory”. Click for a link to the video in which it’s featured. MORE

Apr 19, 2014

ROLLED UP COLOR


Excerpt from my poem “Mourn Out the Candy Corn of Memory”. Click for a link to the video in which it’s featured. MORE

Apr 19, 2014

ACCEPTABLE KINGDOM


Excerpt from my poem “We Just Have Aesthetic Differences, He Said”. Click for a link to the video in which it’s featured. MORE

Apr 19, 2014

ZIPLOCKING THE PHANTOM


Excerpt from my poem “Mourn Out the Candy Corn of Memory”. Click for a link to the video in which it’s featured. MORE

Apr 12, 2014

MOURN OUT THE CANDY CORN OF MEMORY


We tell our kids when they have leg cramps that they’re probably just experiencing “growing pains” and not to fear. It seems we innately hold more tolerance for pain that is physical, as physicality seems so cut and dry. An arm is an arm, or so it appears. The pain is located inside of something tangible and that we understand. We trust it will pass; we have our arm to gauge whether or not it has. It’s like doing simple math.

Yet the majority of the pain we and our kids experience throughout life is not physical. It hangs around in the intangibles that cloak our physical. Every time it is denied voice, the more repressed of a singer it becomes. Until finally she starts steeping a bitter tea right into the physical we thought we could keep freed up. And so, it is for the repressed singer that I take the stand I do for pain’s expression. All the singer wants is to be given license to grieve her way through the song born of the sad story that is her. The story that doesn’t define her, that doesn’t even contain her, and yet, the story that consciousness is breathing into her.

So I stand up inside the pain for the sake of every repressed singer, so that her story may be felt all the way through, until evaporating into the mists of our mysterious incarnate world outside of our control. Because as mist, she will no longer have a sad tune; she will rise.

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Apr 5, 2014

WE JUST HAVE AESTHETIC DIFFERENCES, HE SAID


CLICK to WATCH! This is the second poem of my Betrayal Project. It explores the painful complexity of narcissism. Thank you for watching, and for commenting or sharing if you feel compelled to. MORE