Health, Health Education, Self-Care

9 Keys to Wellness

I’ve remembered the keys to feeling really truly deeply good. My personal recipe for success 🙂 Meditation. Every morning first thing. This is nonnegotiable. I enjoy guided meditation and have found my visualization and clairvoyance really open up since I began using Jai Release last October. The humming meditation helps clear away any energetic residue from dream time or the…

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Health, Self-Care

Two Types of Massage

Yesterday I received a massage that moved a massive amount of energy. Ever received one like that?  When I receive bodywork, I notice the distinction between bodywork only and bodywork combined with energy healing. There is a difference, and to my sensitive nature, it is huge! When the therapist is giving bodywork only, the massage tends to feel good. It’s…

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Self-Care, Spiritual Journey

Coach Myself As I Coach Others

If memory serves me correctly, the Golden Rule of Christianity is to treat others the way you’d like to be treated. My new Golden Rule is to coach myself as I coach others. In my travels–especially my solo travels thus far–I’m starting to more deeply and fully apply my own health coaching style to myself and my life story of transformation.…

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Self-Care, travel

Walking on the Beach & Playing in the Ocean

Seriously, it’s magical. I’m speechless. It’s therapy. I may feel frustrated, confused, sad, lonely, lost, and uninspired. I walk on the beach, and that energy is transformed. A dip in the ocean does the same. Negative energy transmuted into lightness of being. The combination of nature, healing rhythmic sounds, sunshine, soft sand, natural cleansing, and vigorous movement lifts my spirits…

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Health, Self-Care, Special Diet

I ate eggs! Getting back on the wagon

In any transformation, most of us fall off the wagon at times. Depending on the person, habit, and circumstances, the relapse can be extreme or more subtle. The love addict thrusts himself into another unhealthy relationship. The smoker picks up a pack. The alcoholic relapses and has too much wine. The pothead gets high. The shopaholic charges something she can’t…

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Self-Care

8 Steps to Bounce Back from Burn Out

Ever pushed yourself way too hard too fast for too long? You know the feeling. You’re sailing high full of energy—whether it’s natural energy from a great group of people, inspiring work, an invigorating workout, or a beautiful environment, or it’s unnatural energy from stimulants, caffeine, too much sugar, or whatever people do these days to crack out. You feel good…

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