Distance Healing Part II

Posted by on Aug 4, 2010 in Events and Education, Healing, Spirituality or Religion | 3 comments

Earlier this week, I started a conversation about distance healing.  In the first post, I talked about science and research regarding distance healing. For Part II, I’d like to focus more on the energetic and spiritual nature of healing in general, but distance healing specifically.  If you would like to learn more about healing in general, I wrote an article for The Heroic Journal about the difference in healing vs. curing, which can also be found here, in the July 11 archives of this blog. About half of my Blessings Enterprises practice involves distance healing. I have clients of all...

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Distance Healing Part I

Posted by on Aug 1, 2010 in Events and Education, Healing, ponderings, Spirituality or Religion | 0 comments

About half of my practice involves working with clients of all ages at a distance.  I’ve recently received more questions about “what is it?” and “how does it work?” so I’m going to do a few basics here.  Please understand that volumes have been written about this, so I’m not going to adequately capture this in a blog post, even one this long.  But I’d like to at least address the basic question, so I’ll include my own personal thoughts, as well as some hard scientific research available to us.  Today I’ll talk about research and some of those impacts, and in a following post I’ll get into...

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Bedtime Stories…

Posted by on Jul 16, 2010 in Grief, ponderings | 2 comments

It’s getting late.  I’ve been around family today, acutely aware of the ways in which the sand passes through the hourglass of time and spills into some unknown place, taking pieces of us with it.  I’m not sure where those pieces go, what process they undergo on their way to becoming a memory, a fragment of the self held in a time and a place only accessible to the mind and body in the form of remembrance.  Invisible, ineffable, yet completely tangible in some mysterious way that defies the logic of hard science.  The stories of a person, a family, a culture, a country—they hold us, bind us...

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