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5 Healing Modalities to Pay Attention to in 2018

  Holistic healing techniques have been used for thousands of years and run the gamut from the common (think chiropractic and yoga), to the more obscure. According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), in the United States alone, more than one in three adults utilize some form of alternative

5 Healing Modalities to Pay Attention to in 20182019-07-19T11:01:16-04:00

Healing Outside the Box (or, how many pushups can YOU do?)

Have you ever noticed that God has a sense of humor? When She endowed me with a rebellious streak, She probably thought it would be comical to watch the many predicaments I would get myself into. For example, I dropped out of college after my sophomore year and joined the Army….as an MP, no

Healing Outside the Box (or, how many pushups can YOU do?)2019-07-24T08:34:53-04:00

Happy Anniversary! (or, what does a stovetop have to do with blogging?)

When I started blogging, my goal was one post a week for one year – 52 blog posts. At the time, that sounded like a lot! Fifty-two essays…how would I find that many things to write about? What if I came up empty…lost my source of inspiration? Needless to say, that didn’t happen. I

Happy Anniversary! (or, what does a stovetop have to do with blogging?)2019-07-24T08:39:52-04:00

Stargazing Angel Interview With Dr. Allison Brown

I met Dr. Allison Brown at a grand opening party of a local community center.  When I learned that she was looking for Reiki volunteers for a program called Reiki for Vets, I quickly signed on.  I now share this amazing healing experience with others, including disabled military veterans and their families in the Charleston,

Stargazing Angel Interview With Dr. Allison Brown2017-08-15T17:02:04-04:00

Making Sense of the Universe (or, musings of a lunatic)

My son is a big fan of Neil Degrasse Tyson, American astrophysicist, author, and science communicator. For a school project, Evan created some laminated bookmarks, on which were written various quotes from famous scientists, like Tyson.  Of course, being an avid reader, I absconded with the bookmarks as soon as he brought them back

Making Sense of the Universe (or, musings of a lunatic)2019-07-24T10:22:15-04:00

What’s New? (or, Look! A Squirrel!)

Guess what? I am a neophiliac! I just realized there is a word for those of us who constantly crave new or novel experiences. Traditionally, novelty-seeking has been thought of as a negative trait, due to its correlation with impulsiveness, extravagance, and substance abuse (we are easily bored and perhaps, therefore, seek alternative states

What’s New? (or, Look! A Squirrel!)2019-07-24T10:22:08-04:00

Synchronicity (or, how I was traded for a bag of McDonald’s food)

I married my high school sweetheart during my second year of college. As you may have guessed it wasn't the wisest decision I’ve ever made, and it was a difficult four years. However, when all was said and done, I wound up back in my hometown of Wilmington, NC, which actually worked in my

Synchronicity (or, how I was traded for a bag of McDonald’s food)2019-07-24T10:27:36-04:00

Struggles of a New Age Christian, With Author Dr. Allison Brown

Divinely Inspired Living | with Debra Moffitt | Tuesdays at 9 a.m. CT Struggles of a New Age Christian, With Author Dr. Allison Brown Tuesday, February 21, 2017 Description: Do you love New Age practices but struggle with reconciling them with Christian beliefs? Dr. Allison Brown, a Reiki practitioner and writer, shares her experiences on reconciling

Struggles of a New Age Christian, With Author Dr. Allison Brown2017-12-19T20:33:29-05:00
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