Are you a glass half empty or a glass half full person? Do you feel that life happens to you (stuck under the circumstances) or that you create life results by your actions (going forward: over, under, around, or through)? Do you see obstacles or opportunities? In this post, I want to share a few… Continue reading Overcoming Negativity
I wrote this blog piece mostly on July 30, the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. Let me give a disclaimer: this piece is based on what I know to date and is only a peek at even that. It is my hope that your eyes and heart will be opened as you read this,… Continue reading Trafficking in Persons
This year’s concerns about the spread of CoVid-19 even during the summer months has caused many people to get less exposure to direct sunlight than they normally would. If you have been spending most or all of your time away from direct sunlight, you may have noticed that your ability to stay upbeat and focused… Continue reading Sunlight and Health
Each person has two adrenal glands, one on top of each kidney. Each gland has two parts: the cortex (outer section), which is responsible for the production of cortisone; and the medulla (central section), which secretes adrenaline. These small glands also secrete several hormones that are critical to our well-being and optimal energy levels. Adrenaline… Continue reading Adrenals
Allergies are immune reactions to environmental allergens or foods. Some of the most common symptoms are sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes, hives, headaches/sinus pressure, and digestive distress. Reactions can be situational, seasonal, or chronic depending on the root cause. Beyond just temporary discomfort, allergies can result in health conditions as varied as acne, rheumatoid arthritis,… Continue reading Allergies
When I first started using essential oils, I heard a story about a woman who had only a bottle of Basil oil and used it for everything for an entire year before she moved on to other oils. At the time, I wondered if that could really be true. This post covers only some of… Continue reading Basil
The recent CoVid-19 pandemic has led to much interest in alternative medicine since no vaccines or widely proven therapies are yet available. This week’s topic is covered by guest writer Emily Ulrey, R.N. (firstname.lastname@example.org). She welcomes correspondence on this topic. She also suggests that those who desire to know more about ozone therapy can follow… Continue reading Light and Ozone Therapies
Today’s blog post is very long. That’s because I want to give you a fair overview of all the possible uses for the humble bag or box of baking soda that you may have stored in one or more cabinets in your home. I admit that there are many applications listed here that I have… Continue reading Baking Soda
This is a guest post written by Tiina Nellis, Advanced Rapid Transformational Therapist, Clinical Hypnotherapist, and Personal & Business Performance Coach. She is based in England and serves domestic and international clients online. If you'd like more information on her work, please visit her website (www.tiinanellis.com), and follow her on Instagram @tiina_nellis Where do I… Continue reading ANXIETY! How can I help myself?
A rose to the living is more than sumptuous wreaths to the dead. ~ Nixon Waterman Lately I have been completely overtaken by a desire to use Rose essential oil on my skin on a daily basis. I had already been adding rose water to my refreshing skin spray (borax and filtered water) for many… Continue reading All Hail the Queen!