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Tapping Solution, or EFT

Tapping Solution

Sometimes referred to as “The Tapping Solution” or “Tapping Therapy,” EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) therapy is having some amazing results working with people who have been through trauma or who suffer from addiction or who just need some emotional healing. I discovered this method from a link sent to me by my sister regarding an […]

Finding Balance

Balance

Health and well-being are intricately tied to finding balance—in our bodies, minds, spirits, and relationships. We have been talking about growth and how to facilitate growth in our bodies, minds, spirits and relationships through gathering information, spending time in introspection, and then carrying out our plans through implementation. However, all of these wonderful efforts can […]

Introspection for Spiritual Growth

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Introspection is needed for spiritual growth and healing. Last week we discussed seeking Information through immersing ourselves in the wise words written by inspired men. However, this immersion is shallow without the next “I”–the Introspection part of this process. Many people think of this as meditation, and meditation can certainly take the form of spiritual […]

Seek Spiritual Inspiration

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This season of the year is a wonderful time to step back and seek spiritual inspiration. In spiritual growth, the same “I’s” we have been discussing certainly apply, and the first step in spiritual growth is to seek “information”–words of wisdom, words that have inspired people for centuries, words that continue to touch us to […]

Celebrate Marriage and Learn

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Let’s all stop for a moment to celebrate marriage. I am not unfamiliar with the challenges marriage brings, and there have certainly been times when I did not feel like celebrating. However, the opportunity to be married, to work on our marriages, to work on ourselves in order to improve our marriages, and to share […]

Tragedy and Grief–Healing

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Tragedy and grief are terrible companions, but tragedy happens, and the subsequent grief must be felt and worked through. My original plan for today’s blog was to write about the celebration of my 38th anniversary and begin a series of blogs about the three I’s in marriage. However, this week a dear friend’s father died […]

Stop, Breathe, and Wait

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I received some of the best advice of my life from my teacher and mentor, Yamuna Zake, while I was in New York last week—stop, breathe, and wait. I am finishing up two years of training in New York by Yamuna in a method called “Body Logic.” When I began this training two years ago, […]