Monthly Archives: March 2017

11 Ways to Conquer Men’s Anxiety

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Men’s Anxiety On Our Plate What’s good for the goose is good for the gander?  –very old saying. Two men offer old but fresh ways to relieve anxiety and stress. I’ve combined their viewpoints into one list. Most women would not allow viral-izing photos like the one above, yet it aptly captures the needs of men as a species. FOOD. Don’t conquer food, […]

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Why Rejection Should Be Your New BFF

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Who likes to be rejected? Haven’t met one soul who does. Over the winter I had a rejection experience more than once. I use my tools and my tears to undue the feeling, but why deny the gift that it is?   On her blog, Noelle Bailey put it this way in a nutshell, and I’m so glad […]

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7 Springtime Oils — Get A Tune-Up

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There are springtime oils and aromas you must have for a timely, seasonal tune-up. These essential oils are made from the energy of newly budding green matter. Your intention is to heal yourself into springtime oils energy. You’re officially out of hibernation and other forms of self-imposed sleep. Choose pure oils like you choose juices for juicing […]

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Maybe It’s Time To Recycle Your Ego

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Recycle excess and recycle your ego –use the same bin! As I get better at recycling I notice how much packaging protects my food and keeps it fresh. We often hear about the downside of this reality, such as aluminum and plastics leaching into our food and other horrors. The need for the packaging isn’t always stressed. Some life […]

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Kids Evidence Tapping (EFT) Reduces Pain

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I now have “kids” evidence that tapping or EFT reduces pain. I had the opportunity to do tapping with my nine-year-old grandson this weekend. His horrific eye pain occurred after watching the movie Power Rangers. We had attended a 6:55pm show. “The flashes and explosions alarmed my eyes,” he said. The movie was over two hours long. He has light brown […]

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19 Healthy Food Choices to Avoid

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Too bad there are healthy food choices to avoid! They are all related to “where your head is at.” If you are rushing home to cook a quick meal or stopping at your favorite shop to pick up dinner (or lunch or breakfast), beware. To maintain above-the-line health, feel what you’re feeling about the meal you’re having. Don’t […]

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3 Days Till Death Without Water

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Today is World Water Day. Who Knew? I started drinking half –okay, almost half– my weight in water two days ago. Then, late yesterday I broke my new glass water bottle while rushing into the house and therefore didn’t drink my after 6pm portion. Excuses! Those of us who use essential oils should be drinking MUCH MORE WATER […]

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6 Ways To Engage Your Personal Health Advocate

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A personal health advocate — your very own! I know you’ve had ENOUGH. So this is no glam, no glitter, just ways to engage me and the services I bring, deliver or steer you towards. Call to chat — for 20-30 minutes We do much more than chat. This word tends to minimize what you may be dealing with, and […]

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A Reiki Attunement Is Initiation and Atonement

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A Reiki attunement is both an atonement and an initiation, and to explain how, it’s necessary to appreciate its beauty as an energy infusion. If you believe some aspect of your body, mind, or spirit needs Reiki, the energy will adapt itself to what you believe you need. In this way, Reiki is much like a massage. You feel you need […]

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Your Connection is Unstable Warning Poem

The biggest warning from the body is to YOU. To YOU there inside, to have you wonder and win Never cease questioning, and never beg, Not your body nor the world.   The biggest warning from the mind is to SHAKE. SHAKE your noodle and move body-mind from harm Disperse devil-mind-you, In vitro, for good.   The biggest warning from the spirit […]

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