The Art of Receiving

Everything in the universe is made from energy— subatomic particles. Including this page. The subatomic world of energy creates the home you live in, the car you drive, and the clothes you’re wearing right now. Beneath the texture, design, and color of your clothing is another formation of subatomic particles—the...
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A Wall is Not a Boundary

Have you ever had an unpleasant interaction with someone and walked away feeling upset even though you know it’s not personal? What happened is that they overstepped your boundaries. Conscious awareness that it’s their problem and not yours is not enough to protect you emotionally. To really be effective, boundaries...
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What is Self-Care?

We are always told we should take time for self-care, but, what exactly does that mean? Well, it could mean a LOT of things depending on the person and the circumstances. Some people think self-care and immediately equate it to massages or pampering oneself with a trip to the spa...
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When Work Life is Isolating

We so often bustle about doing the daily routine and do not even notice that we (most days) are not contributing enough time to taking care of ourselves. A big part of self-care is community — socializing with others. When you work from home or are tied up in an...
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You ARE Enough.

You ARE Enough. You are a BOSS. It seems like many people, especially women, need to hear this more often than we are telling ourselves. We unknowingly take on childhood wounds and become deeply intertwined with feelings of “not being enough”. You failed a test and you likely got yelled...
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Failures — Or Opportunities for Growth?

When we "fail" at things in life or in our jobs, we often feel shame and can be incredibly harsh on ourselves for less-than-perfect outcomes. Failures are only “failures” if you view them as such. You can also choose to view failures as opportunities to grow, learn, and become smarter...
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Four Key Tips to Help You Bridge the Chasm between Traditional Western Medicine and Energy Medicine

Medical students are not known for being adventurous. I remember, for example, how many people would stop and stare every time I brought my breakfast, a fruit smoothie which included a carrot, to class during my first year of medical school. Occasionally a brave soul would exclaim, “What is that”?!!...
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What Is a Disclaimer and Why Do I Need One for My Website?

Most energy healing practitioners have websites for the purpose of promoting their practices and acquiring clients. However, most of these practitioners do not understand the legal vulnerabilities they face just because they have a website, including not having a legally sound website disclaimer drafted specifically for the contents of their...
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Using Energy Medicine to Support Healing in Veterans

American veterans are a very diverse population, women and men of all ethnic and socioeconomic groups ranging in age from 18 to the 100s. Two million Americans have served in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) reports that one in five suffers from Post Traumatic Stress...
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The Age of Lawsuits: What It Means For You and Your Healing Practice

Alternative therapies, including various modalities of energy healing, have become mainstream. Western physicians are making referrals for these complementary services, or are expanding their own practices to include integrative therapies. With the inclusion of energy healing into the larger scope of medical practices, there has been an accompanying expansion of...
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