What’s the Big Deal About Essential Oils?

Posted by on Oct 14, 2017 in blog, The Art of Daily Living | 0 comments

Have you noticed more people talking about essential oils?  Have you seen them along with diffusers in your local retail stores? Or maybe you haven’t heard much about them. I remember finding the aromatic blends as a teenager when I was out shopping. Of course they were for perfume uses and thought they would be a nice alternative to the perfume that was sold further down the aisle.  They definitely smelled better than the mixture of perfume...

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Reiki: Part of Our Wellness Routine

Posted by on Jun 25, 2017 in blog, The Art of Daily Living | 0 comments

What does receiving Reiki mean to you? There are many reasons to incorporate Reiki into your life.  Reiki is more than just a “spa service” that you receive to pamper yourself once or twice a year or when you “feel”  you deserve something nice! Reiki is something we do to maintain wellness of the mind, body, and soul.  Some go to a gym after work, eat healthy foods, and enjoy participating in activities for a well-rounded lifestyle to...

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The Aftermath

Posted by on Sep 11, 2016 in blog, The Art of Daily Living | 4 comments

Fifteen years ago America had experienced a horrific tragedy that will always be remembered.  September 11th (2001) can be a solemn day for many affecting both those directly affected as well as helpless on-lookers trying to make sense of what happened.  Many recollect where they were at and what they were doing during the crashes.  One thing that is clear…the result of this tragedy.  While communities, cities, and the country could have...

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Chakra Basics

Posted by on Jun 8, 2015 in blog, The Art of Daily Living | 0 comments

Some people wonder, “what is all this talk about chakras?”. Many energy workers talk about them along with words like aura and meridians. You may have heard of chakras, but aren’t really sure what they are or what they do. So here is some simple information about the chakras. Picture a person sitting cross-legged on the floor or ground. Now imagine the front of the person having circular, flower-like, fans located at the pelvis (root...

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Becoming More In Tune With Your Meditation

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in blog, The Art of Daily Living | 0 comments

Do you find respite in the quiet time you set aside for yourself? Do you look forward to that time even if it’s for a short period of time? For those of you who have found the Quieting the Mind blog post and e-Book helpful and are interested in developing your meditation time, here are some helpful tips! Increase your meditation time to 10 minutes Are you still meditating for 5 minutes at a time? Are you doing this once a day or even multiple...

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Anxiety Snuck Up On me…Time To Make Some Changes

Posted by on Aug 20, 2014 in blog, The Art of Daily Living | 2 comments

So my dear friends, I hope you are all well! After some recent events I find myself drawn to connect with you. I’m finding that it’s time to become a little more mindful of my well-being and to practice what I preach on a more regular basis. It has been so easy for me to get caught up with my Reiki practice, working as a collaborative with my energy worker office mates, my other full time job (dealing with intense crisis events), caring for...

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