Smile at Fear…

Posted by on Sep 14, 2010 in Healing, Spirituality or Religion | 0 comments

Many of us crucify ourselves between two thieves – regret for the past and fear of the future… ~~~Fulton Oursler Because we are afraid, we develop all kinds of habits which over time lead to addictions.  Human beings are funny like that–We look for strength in the things that weaken us… ~~Pema Chodron,  Dharma Teacher I took this picture over Labor Day weekend while hiking the Continental Divide Trail (CDT) in New Mexico.  For those of you with eyes over 40, that is a cow patty with flowers growing out of it.  You have to understand the enormity of the canyon and the...

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Ritual, Incense and Ritual Incense

Posted by on Jul 29, 2010 in Healing, Spirituality or Religion | 0 comments

Hello all 🙂 Several people asked me weeks ago to order incense and it has arrived.  Much of this comes from Nepal, made by hand by the monks, and the rest from Japan, and has been on back order.  I was going to just post this, but in offering my own incense this morning, of course I started thinking about random things and off on the boat ride of my stream of consciousness we go. Most people who come here for sessions walk in, take a deep breath and comment on the distinctive scent of the space.  That is the result of high quality ritual incense.  Incense has been burned for centuries as...

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we are live!

Posted by on Jul 14, 2010 in Misc stuff that is totally unrelated to anything obvious, ponderings | 2 comments

ok, ok…i did it. People have been asking me for 3 years to do a blog and i was never really willing to do it.   But the time has come. So– ask a question, make a comment, let us know about something cool happenin in your neighborhood that is about health and healing, share what healing means to you or just delight us with your favorite quote or thought of the day. Fair warning:  If you share something profound or enlightening, it might end up in the book  Missy Bradley and I are working on.  If you share something vile, lewd, crude or socially unacceptable– fair...

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