An abstract artwork showing half a woman's face horitozally - the other half beneath the landscape.

Reading Time: 2 minutes I imagine each individual grain of sand moving between my toes as I walk from my car to the beach where I am meeting my first client of the day. The sun hasn’t even begun to rise and there is a cool breeze off the ocean. We will be practicing breathwork, but I know that […]

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An abract painting of two bodies.

Reading Time: 2 minutes The stress of your day-to-day activities can really take a toll! It’s very possible for mental exhaustion to become just as unbearable as physical exhaustion. In fact, many people say that being at a mental low point is actually worse than being at your lowest physically. Stressful living can cause your muscles to become tight […]

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A painting of a bookshelf with the word "indivisible" behind them.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Millions are infected and many of them are dying. Why? COVID-19 has left us scratching our heads. We find that even the best healthcare facilities and medical systems are not able to prevent its spread. Despite the availability of the best technologies and best lifestyle facilities, our body and immune system are not fit to […]

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Artwork with a concerned looking man with wings.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Good judgement comes from experience and a lot of that comes from bad judgement. (Will Rogers) Please make a thorough note of this: self-judgement is not a high-performance tool. When it comes to cultivating self-compassion, it is important that we do hone our internal dialogue. We have to center around cultivating the sense of compassion, […]

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An abstract piece of art resembling multicolored flames.

Reading Time: 4 minutes What does it really take to stay safe? “Safety first” is a solid value, in the post-pandemic world, in which we take precautions to safeguard the body from germs. Sometimes it works well, and sometimes it isn’t enough. So how do we acquire protection, immunity to the threats that challenge our smooth existence? All of […]

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A painting of a woman with various animals surrounding her.

Reading Time: 5 minutes I try to hide how much I love my dog. The way my nervous system relaxes when she nuzzles me. The fact that my heart beats faster when I put the key in my front door knowing her wagging tail is waiting for me on the other side. My profound need to know where she […]

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Ink drop art of black with light hints of blue and purple and gold dancing within the dark black ink.

Reading Time: 3 minutes “Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster…for when you gaze long into the abyss. The abyss gazes also into you.” (Friedrich W. Nietzsche) Just two weeks into 2021, I made the decision to deactivate my Facebook page, and more than likely walk away for good. Living in Vienna, it felt […]

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A black backdrop on wood with gold oil paint brushed and splattered. The gold is bright an illuminating.

Reading Time: 6 minutes This post was inspired through my experience of events during hurricane Irma in 2017. It is more relevant than ever. My partner and I live in South Florida. The storm blew through this part of our state about two days ago as of the writing of this post. Before, during, and after the storm we […]

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Reading Time: 4 minutes “Let me first say that I get how triggered some people may feel reading this. Please hear me out. I speak from experience…from a personal, vulnerable place that I am choosing to share with you, because I believe it can help. From addicts to the people who love them, my heart is with everyone touched […]

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A drawing of someone meditating with various New Age symbols above.

Reading Time: 6 minutes This edition of Healers Magazine, “The Other Pandemic: Integrative Medicine’s Defining Moment,” is the least successful in accommodating those living in bad faith; still, so long as we don’t trigger anyone, maybe that’s for the best. My good friend here in Florida had to leave her Indian ashram this time last year after becoming terribly […]

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