Happy Healthy Love


Here’s what happy women do differently to get healthy loving relationships …

  • Are you attracting Mr. Wrong?
  • Do family members know exactly how to push your buttons?
  • Do you wish for honest deep fulfilling relationships with others?

Imagine coming home to someone who has your back, listens and appreciates you for who you are. Envision family holidays filled with enthusiasm, joy and gratitude. Picture yourself with like-minded friends who share similar interests and enjoy your company.

I’m a highly sensitive intuitive introvert and it’s been a difficult journey to come out of my shell. Finding it easy to understand others has been a double-edged sword where I can sense their pain but also their judgement. Introverted people are energized with solitude and I’m no different … I enjoy quiet times, sitting at home, learning new things online, and just walking in the woods. My energy is drained around crowds of people and people stop inviting you when you avoid their company (through no fault of you or them). But I’ve learned how to do touch points with good friends and join in more 1:1 activities. I have learned to understand and accept myself and allow me to be me. And I’ve learned how to be trigger-free in emotionally charged conversations and to stick up for my needs while understanding others needs. I also have a deeply fulfilling marriage of 30 years and a caring relationship with my family. But it wasn’t always that way and you can learn why if you Join me Thursday February 22, 2018 at 7:30 Eastern Time. You’ll learn the top 3 strategies I use to attract Mr. Right, enjoy family get togethers, and have heart-felt relationships with others.

This teleconference is for women who want practical solutions to freeing their heart while being true and protective to themselves.

You’ll get a chance to experience a simple and innovative way to release old trapped negative emotional energy using Dr. Bradley Nelson’s method called the Emotion Code. I will release trapped emotions in you that are sabotaging the healthy relationship you are craving to see materialize in your life. All you need to do is register, call in at the designated time and listen in! Participation and sharing is optional and ‘wall flowers’ are welcome! There’s no known downside and it’s so easy to let go of old emotional energy that isn’t serving your highest good, so don’t wait, Sign up today!*

*If for any reason, you have difficulty signing up, please contact me though the email at the registration link. I hope you decide to join me Thursday evening!


Mish Mash



“Three grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.”    Joseph Addison (1672-1719)


What am I reading this week? The Brain’s Way of Healing by Norman Doidge, MD.


I go inward to intuition when deciding what to write for a blog. I heard the word “mish mash” in my head and thought that must be wrong, it’s has to be mixed mash. But I googled it and found it is a phrase! And it fits for today. Curious? Google it for yourself!


Our Lady of Lourdes Feast Day was yesterday February 11. Many miraculous healings have occurred with the waters of Lourdes. Being raised Catholic, I’ve been brought up with miracles … to become a saint there must be associate miracles, the Tilma of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the mysterious hosts that turn into heart muscle and bleed human blood … none that can be explained by science, they are truly supernatural. I guess that’s one reason why it’s so easy for me to understand energy psychology, the work I’m so excited about and which can seem supernatural to many, but it’s really just cutting edge science-based healing.


Peggy from Facebook wrote: “My husband has a hard time accepting the Emotion Code because he says Christ is the only person that can heal us. Can anyone help me answer his concern?” And I answered, “Jesus allows us to share in His healing ministry (which is very biblical – Acts 9:33-34) … whether that be for spiritual, emotional or physical healing. I’m sure your husband believes in the healing of surgery to remove a bullet, why not the healing of magnets to remove the electromagnetic charge of emotions.”


There was a detox summit last week. I ordered it for review, it was that good. I also purchased some of the recommended supplements for different detox protocols. I learned that parasites can hide the lyme disease bacteria and antibiotics can’t get to it. I learned the connection between parasites and heavy metals. And I learned that about 2/3 of people have parasites. Yuck. Since the cleanse isn’t that expensive (it’s a couple of hundred dollars, which, relative to the fatigue and pain caused by the problem and the cost of medical copays and such for resulting issues, it’s worth the self-investment), I decided to go through a 2-month parasite cleanse. I bought the following from Microbe Formulas: Organic Mimosa Pudica (Anti-Parasite), BioActive Carbon + (A Biotoxin Binder), and Intestinal Mover (Digestive and Detox Support).  It’s a slow gentle approach, so it’s too early to know how it’s working.


Lent will be here on Wednesday. I’m a hoarder. And I’ve been working on de-cluttering. “Things” have always held memories, hopes, dreams, and security for me. So getting rid of things means getting rid of memories, hopes, dreams, and security. It’s hard for a non-hoarder to understand. But I’m turning my trust and happiness to God and away from things. Things only last for a period of time before they begin to deteriorate … God is always fresh and provides what we need. Time to re-home things while they have value to others. Some I’ll sell on eBay, some I’ll give away to family, some I’ll donate to Goodwill, and some will go in the trash. College textbooks from the 1980’s, crafts I haven’t touched in 20 years, an excess of canning jars, and so many holiday decorations, I’m bursting at the seams.


Here’s a photo from Saturday. Every two years we go to a Ball that is associated with my husbands work. Dress, hair, and makeup … it’s a whole day of activities plus the week of planning beforehand. There was also a snow storm to deal with but we made it and had a fun time.




Happy Valentines Day to you this week!!! Remember if you are striving for more heart based relationships, check out the Emotion CodeTM class I’ll be offering next week.


I have another dental appointment this week … I’ll be glad when that tooth area is finally healed! After a second round of anti-biotics and still having trouble, I took matters into my own hands and went on a natural 10-day self-care routine of 3 drops of doTerra oregano essential oil and 3 drops of doTerra Frankincense essential oil in a gel cap 3x a day and finally the infection and pain went away.


How about you? Have you ever had one of those weeks, filled with different things? Where it seems to be a jumble of different activities?  A mixed bag … a mish mash? Welcome to the club!

Unlocking Love

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Once upon a time a lovely young woman was nearing 30. She had a career and a house but was sad. She did not have someone to call her own. To love and to be loved. She was lonely. She had tried relationships in the past but it never worked out; she attracted Mr. Wrong. She was afraid marriage would never come her way and yet it was what her heart desired. Her fairy Godmother saw her hopelessness and waved her wand to unlock the lovely young woman’s heart. Once her heart was unlocked, she radiated her love to others and within days she met the love of her life, they married and lived happily ever after.

In another part of town, a lovely older woman was living with many bottled up emotions. On the exterior she had successfully raised her family and kept up her house with her devoted husband, but inside something was wrong. She had difficulty making eye contact with others and didn’t feel she was worthy. She’d had a rough childhood and had risen above it but still the shadow of self-doubt loomed. Her guardian angel saw this deep sadness and wrapped his wings around her and like a key, unlocked her heart. Once her heart was unlocked, the love of others and the love she had for others began to shine through. Feeling loved, she was able to look others squarely in the eye with compassion and caring. Her children began acting differently around her and came to visit more. They wrote cards of how much they respected and admired their mother, something she had never known or received before, and she too lived happily ever after.

These are true amalgamated stories, wrapped up in a fairy tale setting, of people who have benefited from Emotion Code TM work. I can be your fairy godmother or guardian angel. I will be offering an Emotion Code group clearing session on February 22 with the intention of helping the unlocking of hearts so you too can live happily ever after!

Interested? Read more HERE!


Candlemas and Groundhog Day

What do Candlemas and Groundhog Day have in common? Light and today’s date, February 2, 2018.

Candlemas, also called the Feast of the Presentation, is the day Jesus, the light of the world, was presented in the temple.

Groundhog day is based on light too, (actually light and dark) whether there are sunny or cloudy skies with a corresponding prediction of six more weeks of winter or if we’ll have an early spring. BTW, it’s supposed to be 6 more weeks of winter this year.

The juxtaposition of those two “holidays” of light is interesting. One is secular, mythical  and whimsical, while the other is religious, joyful and solemn.

John 8:12 – Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.”

I’ve been pondering another juxtaposition in regards to light and enlightenment, the New Age movement and Christianity.

How is Christianity different from the New Age movement?  Let’s look at the ideology of each …

New Agers believe all is one (monism), as though all were equal. Christians believe in a oneness that comes from a unity in faith, there is a Creator and there is creation, God the Creator is not the same as His creation. (Eph 4:4-6 There is one body and one Spirit—just as you were called to the one hope that belongs to your call— one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.).

New Agers believe we are our own god. Christians believe in a hierarchy where God is all-powerful and shares His power with us (Ps. 82:6 “I said, you are ‘gods’; all you sons of the Most High” and Jn 10:34 “Is it not written in your scripture, I said, you are gods?”).

Christians believe their power as ‘gods’ (little ‘g’) comes from God (big ‘G’) and their ability to be one comes from God. New Agers may claim they believe in ‘god’, but they believe in ‘god’ as a universal power (pantheism) rather than as a person. Christians believe in the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, a trinity of three actual uncreated persons in one Godhood.

It seems pretty much the same on the surface doesn’t it? But there’s a twist in it that makes a BIG difference. The difference is that christianity looks to a power outside of the created world, to The Creator, whereas New Agers look within the created world for power.

New Agers look at creation (nature, trees, animals, people, angels) as the source of god, rather than the God of creation (Ex 20:3 “You must not have any other god but me”).

Screen Shot 2018-02-05 at 8.07.27 AM The Yin Yang symbol shows an equality between opposing and/or complimentary forces, light and dark, masculine and feminine. This worldview is embraced by New Agers and is actually a truth seen in creation. But this worldview falls short in not recognizing that God, the Creator, is NOT a duality of forces, He IS light (darkness is the absence of that light), He IS good (evil is the absence of good, the absence of God). We don’t ‘judge’ New Agers, but turn to St. Paul when he evaluates and instructs in Acts 17:22-23 “People of Athens! I see that in every way you are very religious. For as I walked around and looked carefully at your objects of worship, I even found an altar with this inscription: to an unknown god. So you are ignorant of the very thing you worship—and this is what I am going to proclaim to you.”

New Agers believe in angels, spirits, and guides but they don’t ‘test’ the spirits. Christians also believe in angels, spirits, and guides but pray for discernment and protection from evil spirits (2 Corinthians 11:14 “And no wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light.”).

New Agers believe in reincarnation and karma, whereas Christians believe you and others have only one life to live and thus there is a need to be caring towards the less fortunate and to live a good life every day (Heb 9:27 “man is appointed to die once, and after that to face judgment”).

New Agers believe in transcendence through self-actualization, Christians believe in bettering yourself daily but that transcendence happens when we die, go to heaven and become united with God.

New Agers engage in different forms of magic, astrology, predicting the future, and channeling the dead (sometimes this may be through real energy practices i.e. the ‘magic’ of alchemy is now modern chemistry,  but if it’s outside of nature and it’s not from God, then there is a real power and it comes from evil spirits). Christians take a more rational approach, stepping carefully into new scientific advances, trusting the future to God and avoiding displeasing Him (or seeking otherworldly power) when He tells us not to do certain things (Dt 18:10-14 “There shall not be found among you anyone who immolates his son or daughter, one who uses divination, one who practices witchcraft, or one who interprets omens, or a sorcerer”).

Christians and New Agers may appear similar at first glance, like two ‘holidays’ of light, but underneath they lead to very different paths, one whimsical the other solemn.

Luke 2:30-32 “For my eyes have seen Your salvation, which You have prepared in the sight of all people, light for revelation to the Gentiles, and for glory to Your people Israel.”

The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

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I am always looking for an edge in treating pain and stress. Energy work is a field I’m VERY excited to step into now that there is both compelling research and science behind it! This work is still not mainstream nor even accepted by some other medical traditionalists, but heck, neither was hippotherapy when I started doing that 25 years ago … so when did the ‘opinions’ of others ever stop me from offering cutting edge therapy that works!

“There are over 400 identified forms of psychotherapy, most of which have little or no research to validate them. Energy psychology is both evidence-based and in the top 10% in terms of published research for psychotherapy modalities.”


But I admit, energy healing has a mystique about it. Some believe it’s evil, others see the good. It’s hard to wrap our minds around the fact that physics now shows us that energy can have an effect over both time and distance. In the past that type of thinking would be considered a sort of witchcraft. But, so would cell phones … seriously consider what someone in the 1800’s would think of someone talking to someone else thousands of miles away on a little wireless box … it would have been judged as sorcery.

So what is good and what is evil? Energy actually comes from the laws of God’s creation, so it is good. Everything God created was originally good. Energy in and of itself is a good given to us by God but in practice energy can be used in good ways or in evil ways. Nuclear technology can be used to energize a city or to bomb a city. How energy is used can be for good or for evil. Distance work using energy healing is a possibility derived from science. But distance energy work can take the form of cursing, hexes, vexes or it can take the form of healing, blessing, praying … energy can be twisted and distorted into evil or it can be used as God intended for good.

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Because I believe energy is the creation of God but that it can be used for good or for evil, I propose there are ethical considerations in practicing this type of healing with others:

  1. Energy work should be used for the highest good of the person involved.
  2. Energy work should be used with permission of the other person, respecting their free will.
  3. Those who use energy techniques should respect God’s word in the bible where He forbids communication with the dead, foretelling future events, or consulting with demons as a means to have power over others or to discover knowledge of the occult.
  4. And we need to be very cautious about making an idol out of those who use energy healing or worshiping ‘energy healing,’ but rather we worship the God who is the source of all healing, the Creator of the laws of nature.

Medicine and healing are always changing, advancing. Medical ethics are important guidelines as we move forward to promote the good and avoid the bad and the ugly. I’m committed to following the four statements listed above. What do you think? Are there any points I should add? Any comments? I’d love to hear from you! I’m committed to bringing more ‘good’ into the world and I’m committed to being a faithful catholic christian.

A New Day


Sunrise, Daytime, Sunset

Every part of the day has it’s beauty, even in the starkness of winter. Most of the time I’m inside and a lot of that time is spent on the computer. It’s probably the same for most of you too. I take a break every now and then, and find it refreshing to touch base with the flow of the day, to look outside and give thanks to the sunrise and the sunset, and for all the simple gifts in our life.

During my computer time, I found something new while doing research reviews on PubMed. The National Institutes of Health has an article published in 2015 (already 3 years ago) titled Global Advances in Health and Medicine with an overview of the scientific evidence of distance healing intention therapies. The link to that article is HERE.  Most people want to know IF distance healing is possible and HOW it’s possible. Science is just now entering this realm and showing that YES, distance healing IS possible and HOW it’s possible is through the quantum physics theory of non-locality and quantum entanglement. Designing studies to capture this type of healing (that includes both prayer and energetic intention) is challenging and I’m sure we’ll see even more impressive research as time progresses and scientific advances open more avenues of study. God’s amazing creation is amazingly complex and it’s exciting to unravel some of His mysteries.

Here are some excerpts (emphasis is mine):

Hundreds of experiments in these 3 classes have been published and meta-analyzed.1216 Cumulatively, they provide evidence that the answer to the first question is “Yes, A can affect B at a distance.” The effect sizes observed in these experiments tend to be small in magnitude, and it is not entirely clear that the interaction is causal in the classic sense of that term, but the correlations observed in controlled experiments have been independently and successfully repeated in laboratories around the world.

Controlled DHI experiments involving simple living systems have also been conducted, primarily using the “intention” protocol mentioned above. Examples of studies reporting statistically significant effects under randomized and blinded conditions include enzymes,21 fungi,22 yeast,23,24 bacteria,25 cancer cells,26 red blood cells,27 fibroblasts, tendon cells (tenocytes), and bone cells (osteoblasts).28

Animal disease models have also been used to investigate the effects of DHI. These have included testing for amyloidosis in hamsters,30 murine malaria,31 and experimentally induced goiter and surgical wounds in mice. For example, in one study, Watkins and Watkins reported quicker recovery from anesthesia in animals receiving DHI.32 That observation was later successfully replicated by Schlitz.33 Bengston and Krinsley have reported similar results in a series of conceptual replications involving mammary cancer in mice.26

But the proof-of-principle offered by DMILS experiments more clearly indicates the existence of genuine interactions between distant people. This presents us with an evidence-based enigma worthy of serious consideration. However, for many researchers, the mere concept of distant healing continues to elicit significant resistance for two main reasons. The first is based on the assumption that “action at a distance” is impossible because it violates one or more physical or biological laws.8,41 The second is founded on the neuroscience-based assumption that the mind is identical to the brain, in which case it does not make sense to propose that the brain activity we call “healing intention” can interact with anything outside of the brain’s own body.42,43

The first critique was a game-ender for many decades, but today, the “nonlocal” connections of quantum entanglement have been convincingly demonstrated,20,4446 establishing that instant physical correlations over macroscopic distances, as well as connections that transcend time, are no longer startling theoretical possibilities but empirical facts. The second critique is predicated on the assumption that subjective mental activity (ie, conscious awareness) somehow mechanically arises out of brain activity in spite of the fact that no one has any idea how this can occur.

The DMILS studies indicate that DHI effects are on average small in magnitude, but they do exist, and thus in principle, some clinical applications of DHI may be efficacious. Whether future clinical trials can be devised that more clearly reveal that efficacy remains to be seen. In sum, the implications of DHI (distance healing interventions) for basic science epistemology and ontology and for pragmatic efforts to improve health and healing are vast, deep, and perennially intriguing.”