Self Work

By Patricia Haman | February 27, 2024

Self work defines the work we do on ourselves. Whether you are a Christian, or a New Age follower, you probably believe in manifesting more goodness in your life. Your spiritual belief will define the over-all focus of your self-work. We have to define what is goodness. Christians believe there is a fundamental set-up here…

Child Development and Identity

By Patricia Haman | November 15, 2023

Childhood from birth until adulthood includes the development of identity. Initially, a secure identity requires a calm, warm, consistent, holding experience that relates to the baby and basic needs. Those needs include good nutrition, a warm, safe bed, and consistent, calm holding, love, and care that the baby can feel. A secure experience allows the…

Healing and Joy

By Patricia Haman | November 13, 2023

As we face the challenges of each stage of development, healing our wounds and deepening what works while letting go of what doesn’t work. Unhealed trauma, grief, and loss equate with PTSD over time adding to the burdens we carry. I know the burden carried by those who had ideals they could not achieve and…

Made for Change

By Patricia Haman | October 18, 2023

There are so many theories about how we can construct our reality. It is clear to me that this journey I am on has always been catastrophic and unique. I have studied throughout my life and am a life-long changer and learner. As I have gone through the consequences of my need to change, I…

Self-Healing

By Patricia Haman | April 13, 2023

Culture involves a transmission of values that has withstood the test of time and ensured the survival of humans and their way of life. If you want to destroy that, you have to undermine the transmission of culture and it’s protections. You have to undermine the way children are handled. I remember returning from a…

Loss and the change of perspective

By Patricia Haman | March 13, 2023

From the loss of the love of your life to a near-death experience, it is part of our ascension process.For me, the loss of my son was the last straw for the shattering of my encapsulation in my shell. I could no longer hold myself in the world as I had known it and seen…

Self-Care and Conflict

By Patricia Haman | February 2, 2023

I wanted to write something about the importance of self-care and try to articulate a way to heal both trauma reactions and triggering. Once triggered, conflict is usually inevitable. Of course, these two are related. If you have experienced trauma, you will also often experience conflict with others. I invite you to bring the conflict…

Loss, Grief, and Support

By Patricia Haman | February 1, 2023

Grief is spiritual. We are spiritual beings in a physical experience; because we are spiritual beings, we genuinely love and experience grief. I have engaged with people who do not feel grief. That experience is alarming for those of us capable of grief. It is healthy to grieve. It must bring us into our empathy…

Just Because

By Patricia Haman | December 14, 2022

Ascension into Healing and Joy As a licensed therapist, I realized that our models lacked accurate understanding, resulting in inappropriate treatment. Medication took over the body and the mind and became the way. It changed everything, from how we looked at ourselves and each other to how we saw health and healing. Luckily I went…

Another consequence of GRIEF

By Patricia Haman | December 4, 2022

A consequence of my own grief was that it shattered my own MK Ultra type programming.  Suddenly I was in a reality where my government, my social structure, my friends and family no longer made any sense to me.  The son I had raised died of a heroin overdose.  How does this happen?  How does…