Tag Archives: Reiki

How are skiing and live video alike?

You never know about trying new things.  Some you’ll like and some you won’t. About fifteen years ago, I decided it was time to try downhill skiing.  I enjoyed snow, was living in Colorado, and wanted my kids to know what skiing was like.  Lessons and skiing with family and friends got me almost comfortable…

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Head or Heart?

Our western culture has a tendency to give more credit for using your brain than it does for using your heart.  Decisions based on a formula or analyzed data are given more credibility.  It can even be more acceptable to make a wrong decision from the head than a heart-based decision.   It’s no wonder that you…

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It’s not working!

Ever been in a situation where you are doing everything the doctor ordered and yet, your body is not healing? I had dropped a hitch on my foot and the broken toe healed quickly, but I kept experiencing pain.  I tried different shoes, different arch supports, and stretching exercises, as well as hot and cold packs.  The…

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Picture of a blue green river with tall building near the stone walled river bank and the dark silhouettes of other building across the river on the left.

Eva Went to Michigan

At the end of October, Eva made one of her dreams come true. She flew into Detroit for three days of advanced Reiki training with William Lee Rand.  Eva originally trained in the Usui system of Reiki.  William has evolved new and even more powerful Reiki systems that Eva has been wanting to learn. This…

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Eva Morrell touching bark of a tree

Thriving Together: Friends with Pain

For the past few years Eva has often been in pain.  It has surfaced in a variety of ways: sciatica, torn tendon, plantar fasciitis, and a torn meniscus.  As you can imagine she has developed a toolbox of ways to ease pain and move into wholeness.  She’s dealt with cushions, ice packs, casts, surgery, boots,…

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