Posts in category "health"

Consuming Again after a Social Media Fast

Consuming Again after a Social Media Fast
I have been “off the grid” most of this summer, as I dedicate my non-consulting and non-intuitive reading time to completing my new book, Mapping a New Reality, and two Series video on Intuitive Intelligence. Now that both are getting their nails and hair done in the book/video production lounge, readying for their red carpet appearance... Read more »

Sucking It In

Sucking It In
When politics prevails in business, workers walk around with a lot of stomach ailments. That’s because the solar plexus area- the area around the rib cage – is all about identity, self esteem, role and responsibility. Imagine how much of that is tied up in corporate politics! Stored within this part of the body is... Read more »

Neutrinos Messing with Time!

Neutrinos Messing with Time!
As an Intuitive, I am thrilled with the new report that European scientists have measured “subatomic particles called neutrinos moving at just a shade over the speed of light. According to Albert Einstein’s special theory of relativity, that can’t be, since light, which cruises along at about 186,000 miles per second (299,000 km/sec.), is the only... Read more »
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Angels in Waiting

Angels in Waiting
My client, Mary, said she was frustrated that, while she loves helping friends and neighbors alike, she gets tired often. She wanted to know how to maintain her energy so she can be of greater service. In the Intuitive Reading, I saw how sensitive she is to everyone’s needs. She Knows when someone is lonely... Read more »

Three Blizzard Meditations

Being holed up in one place as a result of a blizzard can feel confining – or it can feel liberating. After you are done finding the right educational videos for your kids, and after you have spent some special time getting work done in a more focused way, there are some blizzard meditations that... Read more »

Christmas, the Republicans and the 9/11 First Responders

Tonight The Daily Show with Jon Stewart featured five 9/11 First Responders who were each dying from the cancers they contracted from working around the clock at Ground Zero – and who are not able to get coverage for their health care because Republicans have blocked the Bill. A few months ago, ABC cited a report... Read more »
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Five Tips for Sensitive Teens in the Holiday Rush

The Holidays are a time when good cheer, big crowds and lots of emotions are swirling around us. That is not the best environment for sensitive teens (or even sensitive adults). Lately I have had the wondrous experience of working directly with teens – from 14-19 years old on their intuitive gifts.  Some teens can... Read more »

The Fictitious Epidemic of ADD and ADHD

“A three year old is not half a six year old.” said Sir Ken Robinson. We are flailing and failing to support children’s unique  gifts and talents. We are anesthetizing kids with ADD/ADHD drugs instead of waking them up so they can ably lead us toward a sustainable future. These ideas came from Sir Robinson’s... Read more »

Miners: Underground to Space and Back to Ground

What are the chances that what we learn in and about Space, high above the planet we call “home”, could be helpful to a group of men trapped 2100 feet beneath the surface of where the rest of us live?  Apparently, when we explore the terrain that is off our map of reality in any... Read more »
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Space: The Final Frontier

Spending a weekend in rural MI helped me understand why they call space “the final frontier”. I love Chicago because of its access to world class events, beautiful places, and airports that are hubs to the rest of the planet. It even has a spacious lakefront, though on the best weather days, it is usually... Read more »