Author Archives: Alethea Kehas

About Alethea Kehas

I am the author of the memoir A Girl Named Truth, and the owner of Inner Truth Healing.

When Sexual Violence Goes Public, an essay by Michael Watson, M.A., Ph.D., LCMHC

Originally posted on THE POET BY DAY:
Regular Wednesday Writing Prompts will resume on January 3, 2018. This thoughtful piece is shared here with Michael’s permission. It was originally published on his blog, Dreaming the World. Well, the weather turned…

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Keaton Jones ~ A Plea For Help

Originally posted on By Hook Or By Book:
When Kimberly Jones picked up her 11-year-old son, Keaton, from his school in Knoxville, Tennessee one day last week, he had an unusual request. He asked her to record a video of…

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Guest Writer Spot

Originally posted on esthernewtonblog:
This week, I’d like to welcome Alethea Kehas, with a strong piece of writing, as my Guest Writer. Exploring the Body’s Memories: An Exercise in Constriction By Alethea Kehas   When we begin to let go…

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Yoga: When You Are Not Used To Love

I have started working with the mantra Aham Prema, which translated into English means “I am Divine Love.” 54 repetitions with the mala beads brings my voice outside of myself to a state beyond insecurity. My body becomes a humming … Continue reading

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Points of Light

It is the start of the festive season again. The dark nights of winter allow the fairy lights and decorations to sparkle in every town and village and through the windows of homes up and down this little island. People, … Continue reading

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Magic #Writephoto #SueVincent

  The white fairy waited for the travelers to pass before she stepped out of the hillside. They were so focused on the cold, she wasn’t sure they would notice her, but if they did, they would not have been … Continue reading

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About a week ago I decided that November topped the list of least beautiful months, at least here in New England. What a foolish thought, I realized later. In that moment I must have been wrapped in my own bitterness, … Continue reading

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