What are you paying attention to?

There are some people who we cross paths with who forever leave a mark. I have been blessed with several individuals who I admire and who have in some way changed who I am. One of those people is Tajuana. I met her at a personal growth program I went to several years ago. We…

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Push through it

When was the last time you tried something new for the first time? Were you good at it? Were you satisfied with the results? More importantly, will you try it again? Have you ever heard the saying, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again?”  Let’s say that you decide to take up a…

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Practicing patience

“True patience is the ability to remain calm and composed in the face of difficulties, challenges, or frustrations without losing one’s temper, becoming anxious, or giving up. It involves being able to endure hardship or delay without becoming irritated, frustrated or angry.” How many of you read that and thought, yeah, right, who actually can…

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Sing a song and improve your health

Singing benefits your health. I received an email from Probiotics America where I purchased my probiotics from.  I found the information to be interesting and useful, so I decided to share it.  This was written by Cary Nelson MD    Director of Science and Nutrition.   “We all have people in our lives who can face…

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Emotional discharge

I recently became aware of something that I’ve never really thought about in this way.  At Healing Waters, we understand the body is energy and most of our clients know and understand this. However, the idea around creating an energy outlet was brought to my attention recently that I’d like to share with you.   Last…

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What do you do with your time?

TIME I don’t have enough time.                                                                                                  …

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The I AM retreat

Susan and Denise have been hosting an I AM retreat for about a year. The retreats were always held once a month during the winter at Denise’s house in a Saturday from 9am-3pm. On Monday mornings after the retreat was held, Susan and Denise would come into work smiling and say how wonderful the retreat…

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A valued addition to your first aid kit

The following is a true story: “The other day, my daughter was playing in an indoor playground and suddenly came crying to me holding her head in agony. She had been accidentally pushed head first into a pole and hit her forehead. Within seconds, she had a bump on her head and it was already…

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Navigating the Depths of Grief

Navigating the Depths of Grief: A Journey of Healing and Hope Grief is a universal human experience, yet it is one of the most challenging emotions to navigate. Whether you lost a loved one, ended a relationship, had a significant life change, or even an intangible loss like the loss of a dream, grief can…

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