Learning New Methods of Energy Healing

I have been practicing energy healing in different forms for many years: Therapeutic Touch, Reiki, Oracle Cards, Crystals. I was fortunate to experience the┬áJane Fecteau Energy Healing method in action and had great respect for it. When the opportunity arose to learn with Jane, I jumped at the chance! I applied and had the great... Continue Reading →

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Toeing the line

I was receiving a distance energy healing session yesterday when something the healer said brought up a memory of a past event.   When I was twelve, we had a rule about going to a friend's house: if the parents weren't there, I wasn't allowed to go. Period. I knew not to even bother trying... Continue Reading →

My fat jeans are too tight!

I am working on losing weight (yes, still; yes again) and it occurred to me that although misery loves company, maybe victory does, too. Also, I know that accountability is a very important component of achieving any goal--at least, I've discovered this truth applies to me. I decided a week ago that it was time... Continue Reading →

When the unthinkable happens

It's hard to imagine the unthinkable, the loss of a child. Unless you don't have to imagine it. Unless it has happened to you. Then you don't have to imagine it. You are living with it every single day. Two women who have been through want to help others who have also experienced this unfathomable... Continue Reading →

Cough Drop Snob

I have had one of the worst colds of my life this winter, and I don't say that lightly. I never get sick!! (So, wait, I guess I can't say that anymore...) At the first sign of illness, I start breaking out all my artillery for prevention and treatment, in case any symptoms persist or... Continue Reading →

New Blood Pressure Guidelines

The American Heart Association has announced new blood pressure guidelines. What does this mean for you? Usually, when new guidelines for blood pressure are announced, what is really happening is that the bar is being lowered to make more people who were healthy a minute ago be hypertensive now. I call it "The Patient-ification" of... Continue Reading →

Happiness at the Saco River Market

Next time you go to the Saco Market in Biddeford, make sure you experience the therapeutic scents from Green Thinking. I met Jennifer Greiner at the market when I overheard someone asking her about her 'Grounded' and 'Happiness' rollers and I went over to investigate. She invited me to try out some of the samples,... Continue Reading →

JOY

For many years, I was fortunate enough to be part of a small group of women who practiced yoga together at the home of the instructor (and my good friend) Kristen. We were together at least one day per week and we laughed, cried, supported each other, and cheered each other on to be, on... Continue Reading →

Never break the chain

I am trying to get motivated and get moving again, now that it's May. Notice I didn't say 'warming up'? Because it was in the 30's last night, for goodness sake! I have to get moving though, because when it was in the 70's for 5 minutes back in April, I thought, hey, it's time.... Continue Reading →

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