Let it Flow, Let it Flow, Let it Flow

Let it Flow, Let it Flow, Let it Flow

By Martha O’Regan Notice how folks are suffering right now with sore throats, sinus or chest congestion, sneezing, and coughing? No fever and not really bad enough to stay home but enough to bring discomfort and a wonder about what they are “coming down with”. In our...

Who’s Kicking Your YeaBut(t)

By Martha O’Regan ‘Yea, I know I need to (blank), but I can’t/don’t because (blank)’. ‘Yea, I’m sure I would feel better if I (blank), but (blank) keeps getting in my way.’ We call these limiting beliefs ‘YeaBut’ statements and we all have them. They are the ‘I can’t...
The Art of Being Present

The Art of Being Present

By Barbara Alexander Today I was reminded again of the utmost importance of a well balanced self-care ritual. In this instance, I am referencing the part of self-care that is focused on your emotional well-being. Just think about this for a moment… What do you do to...
Transcendental Napping

Transcendental Napping

By Shafiya Eve You can experience a restorative rest whether it’s five minutes in the recliner, ten minutes on your lunch break in the car or a half hour or more in bed. Transcendental Napping (T-Nap®) can maximize the quality of your rest and rejuvenation and may...
Life is Extraordinary

Life is Extraordinary

By Susan Stone Life is extraordinary! There is nothing ordinary about it…nor has there ever been as far as I can remember. Ordinary people have extraordinary experiences every day! But many of us pretend that we don’t. The Edgar Cayce’s and the Sylvia Browns of this...