Dealing With Unwanted Spirit Guests

Re-posted from Michelle's Weebly blog Happy Halloween! Here is a blog about something I get a lot of questions about... Ever find yourself in a location where no one else is physically there...but you know you aren't alone? You know that feeling when you get the shivers and the goosebumps? Does it ever happen when you wake up at night in the "wee hours" at say, around 3 am? Well, many things can cause that feeling of being watched, that someone/something else is there. The trick is being able to determine if it is there out of love to help, is just passing through and being a little nosy, or if it is grouchy or there to be a pest and bother you. Everyone has "Helping Spirits" around

Ouch! What do I do About These Aches & Pains?

Re-posted from Michelle's Weebly blog Pain management is a multi-million dollar industry. There are all kinds of drugs and traditional therapies that can supposedly make all of our pains go away, like magic and with a snap of our fingers. BUT, at what cost do we pump ourselves full of pills or shots to help our aches and pains? Do the long-term side effects outweigh the benefits...and do the pain killing meds actually help the problem(s) causing the pain to go away...or do they just mask the symptoms accompanying a larger issue? Indeed, these are important questions to think about. When deciding how you would like to deal with pain issues that come up in your life, whether they are dir

Simple, But Effective Help For Insomnia

Re-posted from Michelle's Weebly blog Insomnia and other sleep disorders unfortunately affect many people of all ages. The average person requires roughly 7-8 hours of quality sleep (for some it's a bit more, others, a bit less than that) to feel fully alert and refreshed. Deep sleep is important for being able to cope with the everyday stressors in our lives. If you are frequently tired or need to nap during the day, feel easily stressed out, have difficulty concentrating or staying alert and focused, have trouble falling asleep, wake up several times at night or wake up in the "wee hours" of morning, unable to fall back to sleep, you may be struggling with insomnia or perhaps with ano

Some of The Benefits of Meditation

Re-posted from Michelle's Weebly blog Many people are talking about the benefits of meditation, including doctors and psychologists all over the world. But, there are so many forms of meditation, that it can be a bit overwhelming to newcomers! It is actually a very simple practice to incorporate into your life and doesn't have to take a lot of time. First of all, what is meditation really? It is basically any mindful practice that assists in relaxation and mental, emotional, and/or spiritual clarity and focus. Some forms include movement. Other forms involve sitting or laying down. It can be guided by a CD or meditation teacher. Or, alternately, it can be very free-form. In a de

Stress...It's EVERYWHERE! How do YOU Deal With it?

Re-posted from Michelle's Weebly blog There are MANY causes for stress. Some of them are external...others are caused by our own minds when we internalize certain situations or see them as major obstacles that we must overcome. Our mindset has a lot to do with how much stress we have and how we deal with it. Every day issues, like home, bills, school, work, kids, driving here and there, etc. can cause many people to feel fried, at the end of their rope, and burned out by the end of a busy day. Here are some basic and practical, but important tips that can help you arm yourself against stress by being proactive: 1. Eat a balanced diet, preferably with small, frequent meals (5 x'

Helping to Get The Best Out of Your Child's Education

Re-printed from Michelle's Weebly blog Feeling like your child isn't as motivated as he or she could be? Worried about his or her grades, organization, behavior or overall performance in school? Well, hopefully this blog entry will be helpful to you! The first and most important step in getting the most out of your child's education is communication...communicate with your child--listen to what he or she has to say and sympathize with his or her situation. Make an effort to communicate with teachers and administrators at your child's school. You may even want to look into communicating with other parents in the school community for support or advice. Next, you may want to find ou

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