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Sounding the Alarm



Happy New Year and Welcome to the first "Lifting the Veil" episode of 2023!


I am so happy you're here. This week, I examine the symptoms we suffer and the price we pay, as individuals and collectively, when we are conditioned to habitually disconnect from our internal defense mechanisms. Additionally, I share about how these conditions are related to our ideas around "mothering" and what it means to both "mother" or to be good stewards of ourselves, each other, and our planet.


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Lots of love,


Adrienne Lopez, The Integrative Awareness Coach



Wishing you all a very happy new year!

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Foster West
Foster West
14. Apr. 2023

It`s interesting!

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HI, this is my additional information.


"Sounding the Alarm" is a phrase commonly used to describe a situation where a warning or alarm is raised to signal that there is a potential problem or danger that needs to be addressed. This phrase is often used in contexts where there is a need to draw attention to a pressing issue or to call for urgent action to be taken.

In recent years, "Sounding the Alarm" has been used in a variety of contexts, including public health, environmental issues, and political and social unrest. For example, during the COVID-19 pandemic, many public health experts have been sounding the alarm about the risks posed by the virus and the need for people to…


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