The Addictive Power of Fear

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“Fear is a manipulative emotion that can trick us into living a boring life.” -Donald Miller I just returned from a week in Northern California, where I took my son for his college orientation. It was a few days of magic, watching the world unfold through the eyes of an 18 year old about to set off in life. We more »

Liquid Healing Gold: Sea Buckthorn

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If you have been reading my blog for a while, you will know that my curiosity leads me down strange roads in search of healing nutritional food and beverages. This is the result of the ruthless toll stress took on my body and my own lack of knowledge at the time. Had I been better informed, I might have spared more »

Healing Raw Food Experiments and Cashew Recipes

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A couple of summer’s ago, one of my boys had terrible stomach problems. Considering everything that had happened during the past year, it wasn’t surprising and I attributed it to stress. I took him to my doctor, who is a super sleuth, and although she could find no physical reasons for the pain, she ran some allergy tests and referred more »

Bringing Our Purpose To Life After Loss

I want to share what I learned while planning, and then actually doing, a tele-seminar. Not because I want to WOW you with all the technology I have had to learn (and am still learning) these past few months. Or, the amount of work it takes to actually produce enough material for an hour of speaking (step aside, five hundred more »

EFT & Healing In The Aftermath Of Suicide Loss

In this 56 minute interview with Marti Murphy, a Certified Master Abundance Coach and EFT Practitioner, as well as the host of the EFT Radio Show, “Leave the Job You Hate For the Work You Love,” we discuss the ways one can use the Emotional Freedom Technique (also called Tapping) to manage the powerful emotions that accompany suicide. Marti candidly shares the more »

Speak Your Truth: All Your Cells Are Listening

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A few months ago, my therapist said something that stuck with me. I was recounting a coffee date I’d had with a nice guy, but someone I intuitively knew I had no connection with from the moment we met. Two things happened. First, as the date came to a close, he asked me if I’d like to go out again, more »

Paying Homage To Gorgeous Poetry: Other Worlds Await You

I have written before about my love of poems. The ability to convey so much with so few words is an art form I admire very much. I wanted to pay homage to the gorgeous poetry that has touched my life these past few years. I have printed versions that I keep tucked in my journal, and old-fashioned paper calendar. more »

Breaking The Spell Of Self Loathing

I have shared a bit about the fact that I am creating a seminar program called Unraveling the Aftermath of Suicide, Healing the People Left Behind. In many ways, it is the culmination of all the work I have been doing over the last five years. Every moment of writing, inner exploration, singing, journaling, therapy, breathing, meditating, tapping and so more »

Using The Power Of The Breath To Reconnect With Karen Winter

In this 63 minute interview with author, EFT master and Breath Work practitioner, Karen Winter, we discuss using the power of the breath to reconnect with the light and love that lives within us, especially after traumatic loss. Breathing is largely overlooked as a tool for healing, but it is an important element to explore when we are navigating any kind more »

Storytelling: Writing To Heal Your Life

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“There is no agony like bearing an untold story inside you.” -Z.N. Hurston I was recently asked an interesting question about my healing process. What is something I did to begin and where exactly did I start? The answer is writing. In many ways, I wrote my way to healing. Not only on this blog but also in my journal, more »

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