Author page: Lee-Ann Trigler

Having a Child with Down Syndrome

Having a Child with Down Syndrome

In January of 2017, we worked with Whitman Wellness Center, in Whitman, Massachusetts to launch a yearlong service project benefiting the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress (MDSC) with the aim to educate people about Down syndrome (DS). One in...

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Standing on the Side of Love – Becky and Jordan

Standing on the Side of Love – Becky and Jordan

My daughter and I attended a rally in Boston last night to show our support for the Governor’s efforts to offer housing to the children of Central America, who desperately need our help now. Massachusetts is ready to serve. I was so happy to be...

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Luminous-Soul is in us/I. A blog by Laura Walsh

  I know where my soul resides in this physical form, down, in the middle, not in the front, nor the back, but center, in the inner sacrum. The head and the heart struggle for top billing and being human, I let them take turns thinking...

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Belief is a Relief= I Feel. Laura Walsh

I love that Einstein quote:  “There are two ways to live your life.  One is as though nothing is a miracle.  The other is as though everything is a miracle.  It sums life up for me and keeps me moving along.  The going is not always nice and easy...

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Magical-I am all. All I am. By Laura Walsh

Do you know that you are made up of the same “stuff” that stars are made of and for that matter, the rest of the Universe?  Can you believe it?  This is a challenging thought to stay with;  it comes and goes.  When it is missing, I know that my...

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2014 I resolve -by Laura Walsh

2014 RESOLVE – mmm, it’s that time of year, again.  Resolve comes up first, foremost, front and center.  We need to make a promise, see and solve what may be not working well in the life we’ve got going.  What is the benefit to be found...

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Becoming a Yoga Teacher–a Journey by Chris Conlon

I never wanted to be a yoga teacher, but from the first mention of the training to be held in Hanson there was a little niggley thing going on in the back of my mind about it.  I couldn’t shake the idea that I needed to be involved in the...

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