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Ginnie Love
Dr. Ginnie Love is an author, poet, renowned holism psychotherapist, expert consultant, ancient wisdom teacher and activist residing in the Central Florida area.

Her focus on teaching and guiding her audience to resolve root issues underlying the cause of symptoms resulting in emotional dis-ease, suffering, maladaptive behaviors, relationship issues and self-sabotage through self-actualization, self-love and universal law inspires clients, readers and listeners worldwide.

As host of Lyrical Rhapsody she has shared conversations and interviewed independent and platinum selling recording artists and international bestselling authors - always with a focus on how we can live a life with passion and purpose through awareness and intuition.

In addition, Love is an advocate and specialist in the utilization of the expressive arts and their healing properties having presented and instructed on their use as a therapeutic tool and intervention internationally.

For more information on Dr. Love visit www.GinnieLove. Inquiries may be sent to

Entries by Ginnie Love

Reflections on the Poetic Mother of a Generation Dr. Maya Angelou

(0) Comments | Posted May 28, 2014 | 5:48 PM

I woke this morning to a text message from my daughter. She wanted to give me the news herself before I would go online. You see, in our home Maya is a grandmother. And today that is what my soul feels it has lost. Mother Maya taught me that no...

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Donald Sterling: Who's Responsible?

(0) Comments | Posted April 28, 2014 | 2:37 AM

If you were surprised by L.A. Clipper owner Donald Sterling's comments or you are someone who, while disgusted, was not surprised at all, I submit the inquiry: Who is responsible for the results of Sterling's secretly taped racist rant? Obviously Sterling will suffer, if nothing else the public humiliation, but...

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As the Nation Continues to Mourn Trayvon Martin: Understanding Racism in America With Tim Wise

(0) Comments | Posted July 22, 2013 | 12:22 PM

Upon hearing the verdict of not guilty, my spirit sank and stomach became sickened. That was my personal initial experience at the end of the George Zimmerman trial. As a nation in the days post-verdict we have witnessed an outcry for justice not only for Trayvon Martin and his family...

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"The Decemberists" -- Holiday Grooves and Goodies

(1) Comments | Posted December 21, 2012 | 9:06 AM

Ingrid Chavez made her mark on the Minneapolis scene with her Paisley Park Records debut release of May 19, 1992 including the well known tracks "Heaven Must Be Near" and "Hippy Blood" having been discovered by the legendary musical genius Prince at the height of his...

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A Love Letter to My Sisters

(2) Comments | Posted November 26, 2012 | 8:03 AM

You are the precious child of something greater than the human mind holds ability to comprehend. You are the mother of all. You are the child of an ancestral line far too many of us have lost connection with. Shades of brown, yellow, red, olive, peach or pale -- we...

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We Live in a New World

(2) Comments | Posted November 8, 2012 | 9:27 AM

Today I wake and I am not a therapist or teacher, but a student. I am a humble student in awe of the new world in which we live. I have been awaiting this new world for nearly 25 years when in 1988 I sat among a crowd of my...

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Race in America With Renowned Anti-Racist Author and Educator Tim Wise

(1) Comments | Posted October 22, 2012 | 5:26 PM

Tim Wise has been writing and lecturing on white privilege and race in America since the '90s. His articulate manner of introducing his audience to the truths of a nation built on maladaptive cultural norms and prejudices appears effortless while being strongly effective. I had a chance to sit down...

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Art as Activism: André Cymone's Video Premiere of 'America'

(2) Comments | Posted October 18, 2012 | 10:46 PM

Andre Cymone's video premiere "America" is the artist's contribution to President Barack Obama's campaign. Using his art as activism Cymone orchestrated his dedication to America with powerful notes of inspiration motivating listeners to remember their individual American dreams as we collectively rebuild moving forward -- not back.

Cymone gained notability...

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Detach From Drama

(0) Comments | Posted October 15, 2012 | 4:05 PM

"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes." -- Marcel Proust

Do not delay your life's purpose by focusing upon dramas or participating in the creation of diversions that keep you from what you know deserves your attention. Detach from drama. Once...

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Andre Cymone's American Dream

(0) Comments | Posted October 10, 2012 | 3:21 PM

Musician Andre Cymone, best known for his top 10 '80s hit "The Dance Electric," serving as bass player in Prince's early years, producing his then-wife Jody Watley's "Looking for a New Love" and "Real Love" and projects with artists from Tom Jones to Adam Ant, is back in the studio...

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Emotional Affairs, Got One?

(12) Comments | Posted October 8, 2012 | 12:20 PM

"It takes years to build up trust, and only seconds to destroy it." -- Unknown

The sharing of our innermost thoughts and emotional life is the height of intimate experience. This communion in our sacred home of the soul has been the ultimate goal of couples throughout...

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Trust the Struggle, But Don't Make It Home

(0) Comments | Posted September 6, 2012 | 5:55 PM

Struggle: Make forceful or violent efforts to get free of restraint or constriction.

I viewed a graphic today on Facebook that read "Trust the Struggle." While I understand the well-meaning intention behind this phrase what concerns me is the mental image and thoughts that it may both consciously and subconsciously...

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The Magic in Writing: Being the Scribe

(5) Comments | Posted July 11, 2012 | 7:40 AM

There's a magic in writing. It's cleansing, enriching, renewing and grounding. It allows us to process the emotions and events of our life. The Egyptian goddess Seshat was known as the scribe and record keeper. She was the female counterpart to Thoth, the Egyptian pantheon who was revered as the...

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The Alchemy of Joy

(2) Comments | Posted July 3, 2012 | 8:00 AM

The idea of alchemy has always intrigued me. The transforming of something that is of little value, or a state of nonbeing, into gold or silver at first appears to be remnants of the ramblings of magicians from centuries ago. But alchemy is a very real concept. Metaphorically, what is...

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