I have great news! This week I joined the team at OM Times Magazine as Metaphysics Editor, which basically means I'll be reading article submissions on anything related to angels, astrology, intuition, psychic development and other fun metaphysical topics. I'm really excited, yesterday was my first day. I'm also teaching informal workshops on Healing with Astrology this month, so I haven't had time to write on my blog. Hopefully that will change soon. In the meantime I thought I'd share links to some of the articles that I published with OM Times in the past year. Just click on the titles to read the articles, and share your thoughts in the comments below.
Do Healers Take on their Client's Energy?
Healers work in the Human Energy Field, helping their clients release stress, tension and stuck emotions. While this creates harmony and balance, people often ask where that energy goes. Does the Healer absorb it and is there anything we can to do "protect" ourselves? This article shares some basic energy management techniques. Try it out!
We all have two angels, one that looks out for us and another that is said to take notes on what we do with our lives (I like to ask that second angel for reminders when I'm about to forget something). These angels look out for us, but is there anything we can do to help?
I had the pleasure of studying at two wonderful schools where we learned how to activate our Chakras in a gentle way, unlocking our intuition in the process. In this article I look at some of the basics, including grounding to give yourself solid energy foundations, and the role played by each of the seven chakras. Hint: They're all important, we need more than our Third Eye to see clearly.
I'm a huge advocate of meditation and mindfulness, but I also know that learning to quiet your mind can be challenging. The secret is to find a technique that you enjoy so that it's not a chore. Here you'll discover some of my favorite meditation techniques. Enjoy!
Here we look at the relationship between the mind, body and spirit, especially where shock, grief and cancer are concerned. A follow-up to my book, A Personal Guide to Self-Healing, Cancer and Love, this builds on a key piece of research that was published by Peking Union Medical College indicating that "women with striking life events were at 1.5-fold higher risk of developing breast cancer than women without." To me, this highlights the importance of therapy and healing as we all have setbacks and its how we cope that matters.