Please know that you are experiencing deep biological changes that are complex. The solutions are equally complex. I will try to outline a clear pathway. Four factors are contributing to this shift: Female hormones Seasonal changes in light Fear of changes in your child's lifestyle and habits Fear of your mother dying similarly to your … Continue reading “I feel out of control. I can’t get up in the morning and I can’t sleep through the night. I don’t want to talk to anyone but I don’t want to be alone. I’m sad but I can’t cry. I’m a mess.”
How is your relationship with money? Have you ever stopped to think about what you believe about money and how that could be impacting your relationship with it? I often find that clients don’t even recognize the way their beliefs about money are impacting their ability to achieve financial success. Oprah Winfrey once said, “You … Continue reading Anchoring New Beliefs
9 inches pie shell (see pie crust recipe for homemade version) I love the organic crust frozen ones. You can get gluten free as well ½ cup red onion (or chopped yellow, about 1/3 onion, diced) 4 tomatoes (cut in half horizontally, squeezed to remove excess juice, roughly chopped, to yield approximately 3 cups, 700 … Continue reading Tomato Pie!
by Betsy Muller Wise prophets throughout time have advised that the path to true peace and enlightenment is found in the present moment. This is makes perfect sense when life is peachy, however when things seriously suck, who wants to be fully present to that? Years of failed attempts at being in the “now” must … Continue reading Struggle and The Gift of Living in the Moment
Dude… I’m Calling You Out! Inspiration for my blog posts come in many different ways. Sometimes its something I read, see, or more often than not, its something I hear. These moments are surreal. For a moment the conversation I am overhearing becomes amplified; as if spoken through a mega-phone. A sentence is grabbed out … Continue reading Dude, I’m calling you out!
The ongoing vigilance you are using to keep your body healthy is wonderful! You are truly “doing it all”. The surgical removal of your ovaries and uterus is considered to be a shocking trauma to your body overall. The consequence of the hormones leaving your body rapidly is called “traumatic menopause.” You may hear the term … Continue reading How can I lose weight? I had surgery for cancer four years ago and can’t take estrogen or any soy products. I’ve tried everything.
by Victoria Hawkins We are here for such a time as this, and I am grateful to be a woman in this time. Today is International Women’s Day. This year is the first year that I have ever wanted to explore what that even means. This specific celebration of women has been around since March … Continue reading We Are Here for Such a Time as This
Real People Real Questions Real Answers Your energy field is so pale, it is difficult to read. This in itself can account for your "not enough" feelings and longing for what other's seem to have. Your absence of energy makes it extremely difficult to manifest or conjure up anything that is your very own … Continue reading “I find myself jealous of so many people. Everyone seems happier than me. What’s wrong?”
The first factor that influenced me toward healing, was my father’s death. I started to question; ”Was there life after death?” As a consequence of this question, I opened up to books, exploring classes and attending the Unity Spiritual Center in Westlake, Ohio. Rev Bob Wallet of Westlake gave wonderful meditations, and when he retired, … Continue reading The Road Less Traveled to Healing Insight Mary Lee Boesewetter OTR/L, RM
Planning: Planes Book Domestic Flights 60-90 days in advance Book International 6 months in advance Check regional airports for low-cost airlines bundling flight hotel and car or vacation purchase-can get great deals. Booking two one way flights may get you a better deal than a round trip. Instead of a hotel, look into reserving a … Continue reading Theresa and Mary’s Excellent Adventures