Can a blog be a gift? It can. Life's universals First, let's agree that healing and grieving are part of the human condition. No escape; we will all go through these things. And so, this gift is for you. For us. All of us. Because one day we'll all need the information it will present. So, truly, . . .
The other day a mom sent me photographs of her daughter, who is no longer in this life. Immediately, I saw what a bright light she was. And still is. It's hard to dim the light within, even after death. It shines on and lights the way for those of us left behind. So if you're grieving a loss, try . . .
I am thrilled beyond belief that Sue over at SizzlingTowardsSixty gave a rave review to A Healing Spirit's Healing Gift Package-large size. But even better: her friend who received the gift from her also gave it high marks. That's where the rubber meets the road--that it's helpful to . . .
People on social media can be cruel. But they can also be generous and inspirational. They can start a generosity revolution. Such was the case with a group of women I don't know in person but do know on Facebook through their politics --and also, through their kind hearts. Not the first time I've . . .
From the moment we draw our first breath we're walking home to the place it all began. Home. Although we fear death, there's another way to look at it. There is no dividing line between life and death...one flows into another. It might be easier to consider that we don't die at all--it's this . . .
This can be a bitter pill to swallow about tragedies and loss, but that does not take away from its wisdom. Or its truth. It's something to think about. What does it signify about the meaning of life? When we look at tragedies, we view them from our earth-bound spirit, which often lacks the . . .
And why should it let go? If only we all realized that they're still here... it's not afterlife, it's ever-life. Life unending. See our gentle, supportive products to help with grief --and our condolence gifts-- at A Healing Spirit. Save . . .
During Harvey we saw so many people step up to help in wondrous ways. At the same time, my social media feed was filled with people calling names and insulting others who were not behaving the way the poster wanted them to in the face of Houston's devastation. Or Florida's. For the most part, the . . .
"The 12-member National Institute of Health Technology Assessment Panel on Integration of Behavioral and Relaxation Approaches into the Treatment of Chronic Pain and Insomnia (1996) reviewed outcome studies on hypnosis with cancer pain and concluded that research evidence was strong and that other . . .
I know people who absolutely will not entertain the idea of a good outcome. Absolutely will not. I get it. I do. When life's handed you some pretty big challenges and you think the odds are not in your favor, it's hard to think of possibility. "Possibility: A thing that may happen" Visualizing . . .