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Alex Warden
Alex Warden writes and speaks internationally about relational
consciousness. Since 1985, she has been creating through her work in
the fields of spirituality, education, women's wisdom, and
energy-dynamics, a space where a heart-and-mind sense of
interrelatedness and oneness can be experienced and where significance
and purpose can be born and woven into everyday life. Living from a
place deeply rooted in the feminine, she understands that by
reconnecting with our relational consciousness we nourish a world
hungry for meaning. Alex is a spiritual activist and counselor, an
educator and a relational consciousness advocate who works with groups
and individuals. In 1996, she moved to the United States and currently
lives with her family in rural Northern California. For more
information on her work please visit:

Entries by Alex Warden

Breaking The Silence: My Abuses Under Argentina's Junta Militar

(16) Comments | Posted March 6, 2012 | 6:31 AM

I may never forget those lifeless eyes, the whispering voice, or the warm nicotine breath that stuck to my cheek as the cold metal shaft of a gun was pushed deeper into my ear... Like many of us, I know fear.

Some abusive life experiences cannot simply be forgotten....

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Decision Making, King David, and the 2012 Elections

(10) Comments | Posted February 14, 2012 | 7:04 AM

Choices carry consequences. Some of those consequences can mark and affect our lives and the lives of those around us in ways we never imagined possible.

It is easy to choose among things that are not close to our skin. We can keep a distance and evaluate with clarity,...

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Occupy Wall Street and the 99% -- The Painful Process of Awakening a Citizenry

(23) Comments | Posted January 11, 2012 | 6:53 AM

The "We are the 99%" movement is not just about a group of individuals reacting to a sense if inequity, marching to protest Wall Street greed or camping in city parks. This movement is the result of a change in human consciousness that has been slowly developing in the world....

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