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  • How to Be Fabulous Over 50

    Aging is a natural part of life. Physiologically, during a process called sarcopenia, our bodies lose 3–5% of our muscle mass after age 30. Our fascia, the connective tissue that webs our bodies together, also begins to...

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  • The Pathway to Self-Care

    Healthy aging is our birthright and yes, it can be yours at any age! We have been conditioned to believe that aches, pains, body issues, brain fog, emotional issues, incontinence, decreased libido, and so on, automatically come...

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  • The Placebo Effect—It’s All about Belief

    The placebo effect has gained significant exposure and acceptance over the past 10–20 years for two reasons: In the world of clinical research, literally thousands of studies have now demonstrated beyond any trace of doubt that the...

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  • Wisdom of the Inner Child

    We all carry with us the wounds and the joys of childhood. Often the voice of our inner child may speak to us, perhaps recollecting wounds from our early years and bringing with it the connection to...

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  • 15 Reasons I Won’t Be Getting a COVID Shot

    Knowing how contentious this issue is, part of me would rather just write about something else, but I feel like the discussion/news is so one-sided, I should speak up. #1: VACCINE MAKERS ARE IMMUNE FROM LIABILITY The...

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  • You Want to Trust…but Experience Tells You Not To

    As a psychotherapist and relationship specialist, I hear the word “trust” quite often in therapy sessions. In fact, lack of trust is one of the top causes when relationships start to deteriorate. Trust is a necessary ingredient...

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  • Reducing Stress Is the Heart’s Work

    You’ve probably sat through a Zoom meeting and watched a weak presentation, thinking, “What an incoherent presentation that was!” Or maybe you saw somebody mumbling and staggering out of a bar late at night and said to...

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  • A Fascinating Journey into Numerology and Healing

    From ancient times, each day of the week has been associated with a planet. The day you were born gives you a special link with the planetary ruler of that day. I was born on a Thursday,...

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  • Rolfing Rhymes with Golfing!

    In 1980, I sat in Dr. Groves’s kinesiology class at Central Connecticut State University, studying the science of human movement with all the jocks. We studied the torque and dynamics of golf swing, baseball swing, and various...

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  • Returning to Work: New World, New Rules, New Opportunities!

    We all remember when it happened. One day, you were knee-deep in a rinse-and-repeat style of life, and the next, you could not go to work—not just you, but nearly everyone. The world shifted on its axis,...

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  • Finding Your Life Passion through Spiritual Counseling

    What would it feel like to lean into your passion for life? How would it feel to have clarity and confidence as you take the next step on your path? Do you seek connection with your higher...

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  • FreedomFest 2021: The World’s Largest Gathering of Free Minds

    FreedomFest is an intense three and a half days, and it’s different from any conference you have ever attended. This year’s theme is fitting: Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise—where else can you attend yoga in the morning, listen...

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  • Energy Evolution

    I have witnessed so much shift and change since I moved to the US in 1994, and I count myself lucky and blessed to be part of the global growth and movement into this phase of our...

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  • Boosting Immunity Mindfully to Beat Stress

    It’s no secret that stress negatively affects the immune system. Indirectly, stressed people tend to engage in behaviors that have negative effects on the immune system; directly, sympathetic nerves connecting the brain to the immune system transmit...

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  • Is Your Vision Board Working for You?

    Shortly after the documentary film The Secret, based in part on principles developed by Esther Hicks, came out in 2006, a mass of people were suddenly buying and creating vision boards. These same people, however, soon became...

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  • Reveal Your Past & Heal Using the Akashic Records

    Over the past few years, I’ve noticed many more references to the Akashic Field, Akashic Records, The Book of Life, and more. I am now seeing the term akasha (akasha is Sanskrit for “sky,” “space,” or “ether”)...

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  • How Can You Transform Your Relationships?

    We are social beings. Relationships to ourselves and to others are essential for our very survival. This last year of isolation during the pandemic, in which some of us have been alone and others more confined to...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Smudging: Self-Care Spring Cleaning

    As we approach the spring season, we think of opening the windows to get fresh air, putting our winter clothes away, and doing a deep cleaning of our homes. Since the majority of us have been staying...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Searching for the Mystic Within

    The spiritual world is full of mystics, those who have reached such a depth of spirituality and awakening that they serve as inspiration and teachers to us all. Many, centuries later, inspire the seeker through words and...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Shaken to the Core

    On January 6, 2021, I was settling down to write this column. It was my typical Wednesday off. I rest my hands, take time for myself and get life done. I was watching television coverage of the...

    • Posted 8 months ago
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  • Learn from 2020 and Lead the Way in 2021

    In 2020, nearly nothing we anticipated came to fruition as we had expected. Yet this past year, maybe even without recognizing it, adapting to the multitude of missteps and new directions may have helped us prepare for...

    • Posted 8 months ago
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  • Why Do Women Find It Hard to Ask for Help?

    I was recently asked this question, “Why do women find it hard to ask for help?” I want to qualify my answer by sharing that finding it hard to ask for help is not just a difficulty...

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  • A Lifetime Saga of Mastering My Weight

    I was a chunky kid who was not very athletic and not very coordinated. People said I had a cute face, you know what that means! On my dad’s side, we had an aunt and uncle who...

    • Posted 10 months ago
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  • A Pivotal Life Changing Decision

    How does one thrive in life, business and relationships? I want to share with you my personal experience of how I was able to thrive in life. This is about a decision I had to make many...

    • Posted 10 months ago
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