Author Archives: Lauren Monroe Allen

Creativity and Healing

As my sufferings mounted I soon realized that there were two ways in which I could respond to my situation — either to react with bitterness or seek to transform the suffering into a creative force. I decided to follow the latter course.”― Martin Luther King Jr.   There are days… Read

Experiential Healing

What is it? Experiential healing is when we consciously participate in our own physical, emotional, mental and spiritual healing process. We may heal on many levels every day and not think much about the process. Recovering from a cut finger or a negative encounter with a driver on the road… Read

Teaching Peace to Children

How do we teach our children to be balanced, compassionate and loving people in a world where they are constantly being shown that competition, violence and materialism makes you a powerful person? In our last Project Resiliency Chat, one of our participants asked that we look at how we can… Read

A Season of Giving and Celebration

Dear Community, The holidays are here and we are so thankful for all of your support and involvement. We are celebrating a very successful year but before we tell you how amazing it was with the warriors, we would like to ask you to consider donating to Project Resiliency before... Read

Being in Gratitude

This month Rick and I were fortunate to spend a week with wounded warriors during our Warrior Resiliency Retreat. To put it mildly, when you work with warriors in a healing setting, you have the opportunity to witness deep and courageous healing. Our warriors have the unique skills of being… Read