3 Tips for Choosing Between Alternative and Western Medicine Treatments

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Maybe it’s because I’m a newf – I have a wide practical streak.  If I have a headache, I might take a pain pill. Sure, I might also use energy work or essential oils to get rid of it, but some days I just take a pill.  Every person has to make their own decisions Read More

Top 3 Internal Conflicts to Release Weight with Ease

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Okay, the holidays are past, so there are no more excuses. Maybe you’re thinking about a trip south and dreading putting on the bathing suit when you know those Christmas cookies are puffing up your patootie. The ads for gyms and slimming programs are screaming at you to get your butt together – well, to Read More

Protect your body, mind and spirit with the Columning Tool

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People, places, and things have energy. Imagine the energy of a sports event or a rock concert: lots of people are excited at the same time. The Columning Tool is used to protect you from large flows of energy when a lot of people are having similar emotional reactions. The energy around you affects you. Read More

A Clear Path to Understanding and Building Your Self-Worth

in Parenting, personal growth, Relationships, Self Mastery, self-value by Patricia Wall 1 Comment

‘Everyone’ knows that the magic key to all the good things in life – happiness, true love and prosperity – is – also magically – achieved when you have all those important ‘self’ characteristics, like self-esteem, self-value and self-worth. And lots of those ‘everyone’s will tell you what is right for you so that you Read More

The Winds of Change

in Energy, Intuition, personal growth, Self Mastery, self-value by Patricia Wall Leave a comment

Change is inevitable. Life happens, experiences occur, we learn and we evolve. I remember the very first video game, the seriously lame pong, with a bouncing ball going from one side of the screen to another. Now I play a game on my iPad that is interactive with my sons, my brother and several friends, Read More