Wendy Sinclair

Intuitive Artist & Art-Based Transformation

Death by Small Talk

Let’s get deep. No shallow talk here. Toronto renaissance woman, Wendy Sinclair, talks beauty in this precious life as well as the beauty and grace related to the body – the physical, emotional, and esoteric.

Listen to (or read) “Death by Small Talk”: Audio Blog & Podcast-ish

Read my stories below. Note that each one has the option to listen to an audio version.

Two identical photos of Wendy sitting in a park with her podcast equipment, smiling. . One is full colour and one is in black and white.

Light Work & Shadow Work

I contrast the light and the shadows and the work we do in our psyches. (Spoiler: Do the work!) – What is a light worker? What is shadow work? Why the hell should we do it and what boundaries in life have I set from all these years doing the work?
The narration was recorded raw and outside for birds in backing track.
The reading blog-version contains only coles notes but some of my poetry from 2017 when oh boy, I was in the thick of it.
Enjoy! Get in touch if you want to discuss Jung, DaVinci, or dark castles.

The Pain Body

Allow me to breakdown one of the best “body” lessons I’ve ever learned.
I promise, this is not a bummer. This is not doom and gloom.

This is beautiful wisdom for your mind, body, and soul from one of the greats, Eckhart Tolle.

Yes, Your Heart is Smart

Before mastering any relationship or path in life, master the relationship with your heart. Make friends with your heart’s wisdom, laws, and limitations.

Art, Writing, Movement & Your Nervous System

Listen instead: Investigate the body. Create the necessary conditions for safety and connection. This is polyvagal theory. Our nervous system is a thread of nerves that comprises of three main systems related to the vagus nerve (“Polyvagal”). Polyvagal theory is an approach to therapy that acknowledges the autonomic nervous system is shaped by our early […]

“Almost overnight you have given it life.”

Colleen from Winnipeg contacted me in 2018: “I am living with metastatic breast cancer and was given a timeline of two years which is coming up on Aug 17th. Excited to say that I am living with new norms, responding well to treatment and wanting to celebrate my accomplishments thus far.”

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