Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Treasure Map

Regular readers will not be surprised to learn that I believe in emotion. Not as a guide to action — action should be guided by the logical application of information — but as a natural healing mechanism. I think of emotions as "X" marks on the treasure maps of our psyches, the important places to dig in and express in order to recover our full, vibrant, naturally intelligent, creative, and energetic selves. Toward that end, this last video with more laughter per square minute (and a few tears) than ever before. Enjoy!

PS. Music from this video comes to you from BJ Block & Dawn Pemberton and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. You can download it for free here.

4 comments:

KrisR said...

Thanks Amy for this video. Honestly, although I've been a follower for a long long time, I usually don't take the time to watch the videos. I am so glad I did today. Made my day! :)

Also love the song track - you happy? It's on my wish list.

MWright said...

Thank you for your honesty on your blog. I will be having a biopsy on a lump in my breast on Tuesday, the 20th. The consensus is that it is likely malignant. For the past week I have been searching for an honest account of a mastectomy and chemo and yours is the only one I've found so far. I have had a great group of docs supporting me this week (and a great husband) - and now your blog! I have found gifts everyday and today it is your blog!
Many many thanks for sharing your experience, your photos, your emotions, your self. You no doubt have touched the lives of many people with your wonderful candor.
Blessings ...

Amy said...

Thank you M, it means a lot to me to be of service to you, and to know that my experience has value for others. I'm glad you found me! :)

Amy said...

Kris, thanks for your comment, especially because it led me to discover your beautiful and inspiring blog! I love the eco-prints, I think they're gorgeous! As for your wish, it just came true. You can download that song for free - I'm going to edit the post to add a link right now.