About Kacie Crisp

Dr. Kacie Crisp has been involved in facilitating others’ lives and bodies for her entire working life. As a therapist with emotionally disturbed children, chiropractor in the US and Findhorn spiritual community, and now as a licensed facilitator of Access Consciousness, her great joy is to watch clients expand their lives.
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Read my post on Bravo.tv blog!

Hey, I just got published on a bravo.tv blog.  Check it out!  Here's the link: http://www.bravotv.com/blogs/help-have-a-jealous-friend-who-wants-everything-you-have

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Do you like men?

I really like men. It may seem obvious, but it's been estimated that perhaps 90% of women don't actually like men, and 90% of men don't actually like women. Does this explain why relationships can be so difficult? Don't believe me? Try this: say "truth!" to yourself, and then ask, "Do I really like men/women […]

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An Idiot in Love Can Sell 4 Million Books!

I just finished reading The White Masai by Corinne Hofmann.  The cover touts it as a 4 million copy bestseller. It's an engaging story of a woman who falls in love with, marries, and has a child with a traditionally raised Masai warrior.   She's clearly an intelligent woman, at age 27 already enough of a […]

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Secrets of relationships–what did you know that you pretended not to?

What do you know that you’re pretending not to know? As I sit here overlooking the garden of the rental flat here in Provence, everything looks copacetic. The 90 degree+ heat of the day has not set in, nor more importantly, begun to bake my (practically) windowless cement box that was advertised as a quiet […]

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Do His Socks Make You Angry?

Do His Socks Make You Angry? What makes you angry?  Does it really matter?   I love to talk about my husband's socks.  He wears white cotton socks to his jobs as a contractor and he likes to take them off around the bedroom, and sometimes inside the front door.     These socks have a life […]

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Emotional Blackmail by an Indian Taxi Driver

The taxi driver waiting outside the store where I was shopping stood on one foot, then the other. He shifted his weight again.  He sighed.  Slightly built with hooded eyes, in his skinny jeans and Western style tee shirt he looked like the recalcitrant teenager his actions resembled.   In a flash, I got it.  All the pieces of what […]

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