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Synchronicity In Healing Touch

Synchronicity in Healing Touch
Nicole Kasemir, RN, HTCP/I, Integrative Care Nurse


In wanting to explore a different aspect of Healing Touch (HT), beyond HT Therapy and the Certification Program, I asked myself “what fascinating influence  did HT have on my personal growth, for the last 24 years, since I started to study it and continue to practice it?”  The first word that came to mind  was… 726 more words

Crave On!

“Hi, I’m Jud,” he said, extending a hand. “I don’t believe we’ve met.”

“Hi, I’m Jeff.” It was all I could think of to say, thrown off by his spontaneous manifestation as I sat reading the book he’d just published. 819 more words

My Explanation of Mindfulness Meditation

As written for my cublet:

My beautiful cub, as you read through this and the articles I’ve shared, one of the most important things is to breathe and let go of any stress/tension you feel building because of the instructions. 1,775 more words

Writer's Life

SIMPLE AWARENESS, Kesadaran diri mengenali raga

Realize that this very body, with its aches and it pleasures…  is exactly what we need to be fully human, fully awake, fully alive.   – Pema Chodron – 500 more words

Reflection

Walk of Life

 

Over the weekend, I got a very strong dose of the “Together Action” that I feared was missing from the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Program at the UMass School of Medicine.  629 more words

Mindfulness: A Cure for Depression

What’s been on your mind lately? If you’re like most of us, a lot of your time is spent pondering things that are rooted in the past or the future: the dentist appointment in a few hours, the argument you had yesterday, your vacation next month.  454 more words

Living With Depression

Ever Mindful

“I haven’t seen you in a while, ” said Zen Master Bon Haeng as I sat down for a koan interview at the zen center the other night. 500 more words