Natural Healing Resources

With Prescription Drugs killing more people than all the illegal drugs combined more and more of us are looking into alternative means to heal. I am a HUGE believer in the mind/body connection and “healing from within” because I have done it myself. The mind/body connection alone encompasses MANY techniques and when you look into […]

Weeding My Thoughts to Plant New Seeds

It is wonderful (yet I’ll admit a little scary) for me to be able to share something that I have considered so intimate for so long with my readers — my poetry writing. I have posted 2 other poems on my blog; My “Happy Birthday Poem to Aaron Potts” of “Today is That Day” and […]

SFT Will Teach You How to Remove Emotional Pain

I am very happy to present a guest post by Jennifer Abbott from Principles for Peace. I met Jennifer via one of my favorite blogs, Tim Brownson’s, “A Daring Adventure“. After corresponding a few times she told me about SFT Awareness and I asked her to write a post for my readers to share this […]

July Headache Blog Carnival – How Spirituality Helps Us Cope with Migraine Disease

Just a quick note to let you know my post, “5 Writing Exercises that Help Heal Pain” is in “The Headache & Migraine Disease Blog Carnival“. This Carnival has been created to provide both headache and migraine disease patients and people who blog about headache disorders with unique opportunities to share ideas on topics of […]

10 Things That Made Me Happy Today

Suzie from The Abundance Highway tagged me for the “10 Things That Make Me Happy” Meme. Since I ALWAYS LOVE to think about happiness and what I am grateful for — this is perfect for me. Thanks Suzie! One of the questions asked was what made you feel happy TODAY and that is the one […]

25 Words of Work/Life Wisdom

I have not participated in a Group Writing Project in months and I am very grateful to Liz Strauss from Successful Blog for this wonderful opportunity. I thoroughly enjoy blogging but sometimes it is nice to go back to my roots of poetry and looking at fewer words at a time instead of editing a […]

5 Writing Exercises to Help Heal Pain

Writing has always been a part of my life in some form. From poems, plays and journaling to my writing about how sad and sick I was when I was ill. I would write about how much pain I was in, how upset I was that I could not do the things I wanted to […]