Thanksgiving has come and gone and Christmas is just around the corner. Christmas is my favorite holiday, but this year Christmas is reminding me of the Christmas I experienced years ago when I was going through chemo. The good news is I don’t feel like I’m dying. The bad news is that I still can’t … More Wellness Update – Finding My Heart
I’m working towards a Christmas miracle and I believe it’s possible. I’m asking that you believe with me. While I’m staying at my dad’s I’ve kept my apartment with every intention of being able to care for myself again. That’s six weeks from now approximately and a lot can happen in 6 weeks. Christmas has always been my favorite holiday and not because of the presents but because of the energy. There is an energy of hope in the world around Christmas, probably created by the millions of children, but it could have something to do with Christmas cookies as well. Either way, I plan to harness that energy and let if flow through my life. … More Love, Healing, and Christmas Miracles
Float number four didn’t disappoint. It was my most interesting yet. Based upon current research to get the most benefits from floating you should do it at least once or twice a week over the course of 12 weeks. If you can’t do it this frequently then regular meditation can be used to supplement the … More Float Therapy – Part 4
Energy healing has gone mainstream. When I first started walking the alternative path to healing it was reserved for crazies and hippies. This is no longer the case. This past weekend I attended an energy healing certification program at a local hospital. That’s right, the place where you go when you break your leg, need … More Adding Energy Healing to the Toolbox
The media is full of reports on the two celebrities who took their lives. It comes as I finish the book, The Instinct to Heal: Curing Depression, Anxiety, and Stress without Drugs and without Talk Therapy by David Servan-Schreiber, M.D., Ph. D. While I see everyone saying check on your friends, I think it’s even … More A Book Review: The Instinct to Heal by David Servan-Schreiber, M.D. Ph.D.
Want to help someone with illness and especially cancer? Ask yourself why won’t I change? Why don’t I want to believe? If there is even a chance that this information is true don’t I owe it to them and myself to find out? Maybe you lost someone to cancer in the past and if this is true than maybe it could have been avoided. If that’s the case, then you may have to deal with regret or guilt. That’s tough, however, right now you have a get out of jail free card. You can’t be blamed for the information you didn’t have. For a long time, it wasn’t available. We’re getting past that point now. People’s lives are on the line and we keep acting like we have no control. I can’t keep pretending. My life ended up on the line. I don’t want yours to. … More Our Food Matters
Floating is like riding a bike! It only takes a few moments to become comfortable once you’re familiar with the process. It had been a few months since my last float. A change of residence put my float spa about an hour away from me. This caused me to not use my membership. In fact, … More Float Therapy – Float 3
Doctor Bernie shares a lot of life changing, lifesaving information in his book Love, Medicine, & Miracles. The title is very fitting for the contents you’ll find inside the cover. The book was first published in 1986. You might think that the information would be dated, but it isn’t. Instead it reaffirms my belief that … More A Book Review: Love, Medicine, & Miracles by Bernie S. Siegel M.D.
Recently I was given a book to read, Outsmart Your Cancer – Alternative Non-Toxic Treatments that Work. It was recommended by a nurse at my doctor’s office. In fact she loaned me her copy. It wasn’t a book I would have picked on my own, but it was recommended to me by a person I … More A Book Review: Outsmart Your Cancer by Tanya Harter Pierce, M.A. MFCC