“My role in my family as a young person”—she was, she says, a peacemaker—“kick-started my passion to find out more about what creates function and what creates harmony.”I spoke to Morissette at length about her journey toward this “new chapter,” why she never felt totally at home among celebrities, and the addiction to work she’s still trying to kick. But I’ve always been oriented toward psychology, trauma recovery, addiction recovery.
She even counseled me on a little emotional quandary of my own. I’ve been attempting to understand the human condition since I was pre-verbal.
But what, other than some hit albums, qualified the alterna-rocker to dole out advice to strangers?
Then I started looking into what Morissette has been up to lately.
There’s her website, Alanis.com, a repository of wisdom—both homegrown and academic—about health, psychology, and spirituality.
There’s the podcast she launched back in October, , in which she hosts thought-leading psychotherapists for in-depth chats on topics like “Conscious Uncoupling” and “Inner Bonding.” There’s her Instagram feed, populated with images of her wellness and family-oriented life.
Le Jeudi 31 janvier 2013, ABNORM studio était au lancement du Guide des Designers d’Intérieur du Québec créé par Index Design.Morissette took up producing duties for her subsequent albums, which include Under Rug Swept (2002), So-Called Chaos (2004), and Flavors of Entanglement (2008).Her eighth studio album, Havoc and Bright Lights, was released in 2012.Meditation practices can be conceived as specific types of mental training with measureable effects on the function and structure of the human brain.This contribution narratively reviews recent morphometric studies that compared experienced meditators with matched controls.Morissette has sold more than 60 million albums worldwide.