Magical Monday ~ What the Magic Is

The magic is that trauma doesn’t have to stay an embodied experience.

The magic is that no matter what happened in the past, we can create a different experience for right now.

The magic is that your body will naturally begin to heal itself.

The magic is that you can control the rate, the depth and the impact of that healing journey.

The magic is that wholeness and wellness is possible.

The magic is that no two stories are alike.

The magic is that you can choose what happens next.

The magic is that you can move from surviving to thriving.

The magic is that you can begin to use the power of your voice at any time. It is NEVER too late.

The magic is that you can let go, move through, surrender, release and forgive.

The magic is that you don’t have to do anything you don’t want to do.

The magic is that no one can make you.

The magic is that you can choose to think about all the pretty things, the peaceful things and the lovely things.

The magic is that you are god. You are sacred energy…an intricate part of every divine thing.

The magic is that restrictions are self imposed and you can set yourself free.

The magic is You. Magic can never be taken or destroyed. It will always burst through the cracks and find the light. You are what the magic is.


April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. You can read more about the history and discover resources at Child April is also National Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This year’s campaign focuses on healthy sexuality and its connection to child sexual abuse prevention. You can read more about the history and discover resources at The National Sexual Violence Resource Center.


  1. Empowered Living : Preventing Childhood Sexual Abuse
  2. The Conflicting Nature of Good Touch and Bad Touch
  3. Some Secrets Should Never Be Kept
  4. My name is…. Sheena LaShay
  5. The First Offense
  6. Why I Rise
  7. What is Sexuality
  8. Why Don’t People Report Sexual Crimes
  9. Why I lied to child protective services
  10.  The Least of These Things: Surviving vs Thriving
  11. Taking Control of the Healing Process
  12. I was the 1 in 4
  13. How to rescue victims.
  14. Early Childhood Education

If you have been the victim of sexual assault and need help, or you want to help a loved one, you can contact RAINN or call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE.

If you suspect that a child is being abused, or if you are a child or teen who is being abused, you can contact Child Help or call the National Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-4-A-CHILD.

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