Drs. Tracy Latz and Marion Ross are here to help. Between them, they have expertise in psychiatry, EFT, Reiki, Transpersonal psychology and more. In their new book entitled Shift: A Woman’s Guide to Transformation, they examine the 10 most common obstacles in women’s lives: feeling unloved, guilt and shame, abandonment, anger and resentment, self-definition, lack of self-love, powerlessness, heartache, fear of the unknown and stress. For each, they start by creating an awareness of what the issue is about, and then give you the tools to get past them and get unstuck. Stories of real people overcoming each obstacle inspire and show how it really can be done. [Read more…] about Dr. Arlene Taveroff Reviews ‘Shift: A Woman’s Guide to Transformation’ for Wisdom a la Carte
Many thanks to my friend Alaa Abo El Hassan from Cairo, Egypt who is a holistic healer and Reiki practitioner and who created this powerful free distance Reiki healing photo. The above link will take you to his site at http://www.healing-heaven.co.cc where you can find out more about what he does. Thanks Alaa! You are indeed a Lightbringer!!
Loads of Light to you as well!
Tracy Latz, M.D.
The Summer Solstice is also known as: Alban Heflin, Alben Heruin, All-couples day, Feast of Epona, Feast of St. John the Baptist, Feill-Sheathain, Gathering Day, Johannistag, Litha, Midsummer, Sonnwend, Thing-Tide, Vestalia, etc.
In pre-historic times, summer was a joyous time of the year for people who lived in the northern latitudes. Snow had disappeared; the ground had thawed; warm temperatures had returned; radiant flowers were blooming; and leaves had returned to the deciduous trees. Some herbs could be harvested, for medicinal and spiritual uses. Food was abundant and easier to find. The crops had already been planted and would be harvested in the months ahead. Although many months of warm/hot weather remained before the fall, the days were beginning to shorten, so that the return of the cold season was inevitable. [Read more…] about Summer Solstice
I strongly resisted Twitter as I am quite busy with writing and teaching seminars and courses on shifting the obstacles that keep people in fear-based patterns of living rather than in their heart- as well as busy with my ‘day job’ in my full-time integrative psychiatry practice.
However, I began to have the sense that this modality of constant and immediate connectedness could serve a greater and higher purpose of more rapidly transmitting bite-sized information and tips to rapidly assist others with feeling connected and in their heart- a major step toward inner peace that can assist with creating outer peace in our world.
I invite you to follow me on Twitter now as well!
Chuckle. I recall the first time I heard someone talk about being a ‘Lightworker’ at a meditation group when I was trying to connect with like-minded people. I was told it was “someone who helped work on the grid around the earth energetically”…. grin…. well then I was REALLY lost! Smile. I think different people have different ideas of what the term ‘Lightworker’ means.
What resonates with me is that it is someone who lives more in their heart with compassion for others and hopefully also for themselves (although I have met some who tend to have much more regard for others than they do them self…. another issue to discuss elsewhere perhaps…). Someone who walks their path connected to their spiritual purpose yet fully present in this physical world…. living more ‘in the world but not of it’ so to speak. [Read more…] about What About the Term ‘Lightworker’?