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May 24, 2007

Ten Ways To Grow Your Spirit

Growing Your Spirit In A Physical Body

1. Embrace Your Talents

Recognize and further develop your intelligence and special gifts. Our talents are signifiers that lead us toward our unique paths. Follow your passion and you will soon discover where you fit in this world. When we squelch innate yearnings we lose our way.

2. Tie Up Loose Ends

Unresolved issues eat away at us emotionally and mentally. Tackle troubling things that need dealt with and put them to rest. In the meanwhile, learn not to allow future problems to be ignored. Our wounds fester when they are not attended to in a timely manner. Realize that buried problems always surface eventually. Dealing with difficulties as they arise rather than hiding from them is the best route.

3. Be Responsible In Your Relationships

Turn away from the "blame game" when it comes to addressing problems in your relationships. Be honest about the things that you have said or done that harmed the relationship. Own up to your own failures. Focus on changing your defeating patterns rather than expecting changes from the other person.

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December 25, 2006

Ear Candling Photos

Morgan and Cecily (my son and daughter-in-law) were visiting over the holidays. Morgan noticed a package of Kansas Candles (ear candling cones) sitting on my desk. BTW, these candles are the best quality candles I've ever handled. He told me that Cecily enjoys having her ears candled so we asked her if she was up for an ear candling session along with a few photos being taken. She happily agreed.

We made this event a family affair. After setting my massage table and gathering all the supplies needed, Morgan and Cecily took turns candling each other's ears. My husband took several photos and my job was to create the Ear Candling Gallery afterwards.

We were very careful to set up a safe environment and healing atmosphere. But, at the same time we had a lot of fun teaming up on this gallery project as you can tell from this last photo when Morgan was "yucking it up" for the camera. HA!

March 26, 2006

Munching on Sunflower Seeds

This week I finally got around to publishing my Dietary Guidelines For Fueling Your Chakras and promoted it on my About Holistic Healing Blog. This is a piece that I've had on my mind to do for over a year and finally I got it done. I have so many more ideas and plans for healing articles in my head, scribbled on notes, etc. but everything in its due I guess.
Today as I'm munching on a handful of sunflower seeds, I realize that I'm feeding both my solar plexus chakra and my throat chakra. Salt fuels the throat center and the sunflower seeds fuel my solar plexus chakra. I guess for the next few days I'll be thinking about what chakra I'm feeding everytime I put something in my mouth.

July 5, 2005

Foreign Accent Syndrome

As the Guide to About Holistic Healing one of my duties is to help moderate the forum associated with the Web site. There is a new topic posted by a member asking about Foreign Accent Syndrome, a condition her sister has been diagnosed with. My first reaction was that this may be a case of a Walk-In, which is a type of soul agreement when one soul exits a body while another enters and takes up vacancy there. Sometimes the exchange is permanent, while other times the walk-in soul is offering a respite period for the orignal soul which will come back "home" at an agreed upon time. It might be interesting how this discussion progresses.

Michael Newton says:

    "I am troubled by the walk-in theory as another escape mechanism. I believe the whole idea of walk-ins to be a false concept. According to the proponents of this theory, tens of thousands of souls now on this planet came directly into their physical body without going through the normal process of birth and childhood." More about Walk-Ins from Michael

Ten Top Signs You Might Be A Walk-In

July 3, 2005

Flakey and Fabulous

It has just been pointed out to me by one of my About.com associates that my name was mentioned in a review of About.com in today's issue of the UK Sunday Times. I think I've just been called a Flake.


    New dawn for knowledge
    Why spend hours poring over reference books? Robbie Hudson finds interactive gems that put the fun into fact-finding

    EXPERT INFORMATION
    about.com
    Five stars

    You want a video tutorial on how to improve your golf swing or learn to break-dance. Well, search engines are clever, no doubt about it, but they are not necessarily the best way to find needles in the digital haystack. About.com is. Founded in 1997 and accessed by an estimated one in five net surfers, this fount of wisdom contains hundreds of topic-specific subsites, covering everything from attention-deficit disorder to zoology, each hosted by an expert editor. These specialists — among them the fabulously named Phylameana lila Désy (holistic healing) and the rather less flaky Courtney Kraft (colds and flu) — maintain well-edited portals that contain practical advice, helpful links and plenty of video clips. About.com’s strength is its breadth: tips for travelling in Scotland, for instance, sit alongside suggestions about where to find classical-music radio online. It calls itself the Human Internet, and it should definitely be part of your searching strategy.


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