There are so many ways we potentially lose energy in our very busy lives. We live in a world that sometimes feels it threatens our very existence. Jobs become more tiring and less rewarding. Demands pile up. Decisions become overwhelming. Relationships take effort and often suffer from lack of attention. Patterns you have learned throughout … Continue reading POWER LOSS
Several years ago, I was very “sick” and could not figure out “why.” Three surgeries later and five years of going to multiple doctor’s, through gifted practioners in energy healing, I came to the shocking realization that my physical pain, anxiety, and depression was due to underlying emotional trauma. Little did I know at the … Continue reading Are You Still Trying to Find a Solution?
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. You have the habit of taking on other people's feelings and issues. It is leaving you with an empty … Continue reading “I feel so hateful sometimes. I’m not a bad person yet it just seems everyone is doing better than me. What’s wrong with me?”
repost from Viotron NIH estimates that 20% of Americans have a diagnosable mental disorder, at a cost of $201 billion per year. The most common maladies are depression and phobias. In 2014, the CDC issued a report indicating that the U.S. suicide rate reached 13 per 100,000, the highest it had been since 1986. We are beginning to look at … Continue reading Do You Have Leaky Brain?
by Victoria Hawkins I am sitting here intermittently holding a quartz crystal for clarity and breathing deeply, and typing a few words. A good place to start would probably be to explain my understanding of "the shadow side". My deﬁnition of it comes from my studies of psychology and counseling, so I have a Jungian view … Continue reading SHINING LIGHT ON THE SHADOW SIDE
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.”
by Leah Hadley Are you troubled by mistakes you’ve made with your money? Ever ruminate or shake your head with resolve never to do "that again"! Remembering financial mistakes with regret gets in the way of efforts to secure your financial future. Recognizing the mistake and observing yourself in a pattern that corrects the problem … Continue reading Financial Mistakes Can Haunt You!
reprint with permission from Biotics Nutraceuticals Hosting a baby as an expectant mother is a challenge these days, with what can endearingly be called the “Food Fear Factor”. Talk of GMOs and toxins have the average person running scared from the grocery store, never mind the mom who has total and complete responsibility for the … Continue reading Fishing for Omega-3 Solutions in Pregnancy
Real People Real Questions Real Answers As a Sensitive you have access to more information than you are able to process without a person who is skilled in following your ability to see and know. You may not know you are a Sensitive. That is different than being sensitive, although they often go together. A … Continue reading “I have been experiencing pain in my left knee, hip, and shoulder. I have gotten as far as feeling that this is a trust issue that originated from my mother, even to visualizing an incident that took place where I was possibly physically abused by a care giver as a young child, around 3 years old.”
By Mary Maynard September is a stressful transitional time period for everyone. It was driven home to me this past week as I had the privilege of teaching coping skills to a committed group of preschool teachers returning to a demanding work setting. Meticulous teachers that they are, they requested a synopsis of the points we … Continue reading Back to Basics