Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Light

Prayers on the winged one brings us closer to spirit. As we create a relationship with spirit, we create a relationship with self. Spirit is like communicating with a trusted friend ~ you share your life, then listen for advice. … Continue reading

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Seasons of Change

The Island Crossing Penobscot Bay at night always makes my heart smile. It’s even better when I can enjoy the night sky, not quite blue, not quite purple, but the simple darkness of it surrounded by beautiful sparkling stars. I … Continue reading

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Ebb and Flow

The other day I had an appointment with my naturopathic doctor; we were discussing the depth of my hot flashes, which by the way I find incredibly amusing. Maybe in a year or two when she asks again, I might … Continue reading

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Tears

A moment in time… Last Monday, myself and 14 other practitioners donated our services for the Turning Tide Ovarian Cancer Retreat  @ Camp Kieve in Nobleboro, Maine. It was amazing to witness these women as they were nurtured, loved, cared … Continue reading

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Crystal Energy

Something really wild happened one day when I returned home from spending a week off the coast of Maine.  I was in the kitchen removing cleansed crystals from the bowl getting ready to add more crystals to be cleansed for … Continue reading

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The Tranquility of a Rainy Day in Maine…

Bliss, 100,000 Angels Do you hear me calling you, the voice of a mother, and a father, and a child? Would you recognize the truth?  Do you feel the love that’s falling from my eyes? Take just a minute, come … Continue reading

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Healing Story…

      Recognizing your flow of thoughts will help you smile to yourself and get playfully creative. For example, if you notice thoughts like, “I’ll never get this done,” “I’ll mess this up,” “They’ll think I’m incompetent,” or “My … Continue reading

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