Living in the LymeLight: Sesame Hack


Got mycoplasma? If you have chronic Lyme, statistically you probably also have mycoplasma, the most common coinfection. Dietary sesame or tahini is included in Stephen Harrod Buhner’s protocol for healing mycoplasma infection. But before I got sick, I never ate sesame. I didn’t even know HOW it was eaten. (Sesame seed buns don’t count.) I’m … Continue reading

Living in the LymeLight: Load


There’s more to healing than the physical. In this series I share ten body/mind/spirit practices to help us live in the LymeLight, from stealthy back to healthy. Each will be posted separately during the holiday season. Allow Pace Load Paradox and Spirit Gratitude Balance Movement and Exercise Discernment and Intuition States of Mind and Emotion … Continue reading

Living in the LymeLight: Pace


Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished. Lao Tzu There’s more to healing than the physical. In this series I share ten body/mind/spirit practices to help us live in the LymeLight, from stealthy back to healthy. Each will be posted separately during the holiday season. Allow Pace Load Paradox and Spirit Gratitude Balance Movement … Continue reading

Living in the LymeLight: Allow


There’s more to healing than the physical. In this series I share ten body/mind/spirit practices to help us live in the LymeLight, from stealthy back to healthy. Each will be posted separately during the holiday season. Allow Pace Load Paradox and Spirit Gratitude Balance Movement and Exercise Discernment and Intuition States of Mind and Emotion … Continue reading

Living in the LymeLight: From Stealthy to Healthy


Stories about chronic Lyme grab your attention. Those afflicted often sink from seeming health into persistent, life-altering sickness. They’re diagnosed with fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, autoimmunity, MS, dementia and many other maladies while the underlying, causative bacterial infection is missed. The medical establishment deck is stacked against us. But recovery from chronic Lyme disease/ fibromyalgia/chronic … Continue reading

Freedom


I am not a body. I am free. (A Course in Miracles Workbook Lesson 199) On this bright and steamy July morning I’m walking by necessity to get a package in transit before afternoon storms arrive, feeling grumpy about disrupting my routine by going out before breakfast. Routine keeps my stress down, and thus is … Continue reading

Stealth Microbes and the Spiritual Path


Life perpetually presents spiritual journeys, whether we are willing to travel or not. The form of the journey doesn’t matter, even when we’re tempted to reject the current form! Today I cultivate gratitude for my journey—this leg and the big, messy whole—as I take my morning supplements. I am grateful for this Divine Earth Medicine, … Continue reading

Norwegian Wood


Miten’s version of Norwegian Wood with Deva Premal—mmmmmmm! Consider this classic Beatles’ song as a metaphor for being captivated by the ego and transcending it. “so I lit a fire, isn’t it good, Norwegian wood?” Norwegian Wood I once had a girl, or should I say, she once had me. She showed me her room, … Continue reading

Healing Loss: Election Edition


Imagine that you’ve lived your life in the seat of democracy, a shining beacon of ideals, progressive values and freedom that literally draws the world. And picture a slow-motion carnival of the absurd and outrageous, a grainy side show culminating in a presidential election with breath-taking results. Not only does the popular-vote-candidate-by-a-landslide not win, but … Continue reading

Mary Magdalene’s Got Bounce


My favorite aspect of the archetype of Mary Magdalene is her embodiment of redemption transformed into the Divine Feminine. No matter where we started (even being a “lowly woman”) or where we’ve gone, the claiming of our Divine nature and purpose is possible. Oh how high we can bounce! We can mature spiritually and express … Continue reading

One Little Prayer: God’s Grace Is Enough


I have no cause for anger or for fear, for You surround me. And in every need that I perceive, Your grace suffices me.   (A Course in Miracles Workbook Lesson 348) I have every reason to feel safe and abundant. All That Is exists only WITHIN God, which is inherently safe and need-less. While … Continue reading

Caregiver Crunch, Balance and Resilience


Caregiver Crunch Over the years of my practice I’ve heard many stories I would put in the category of “caregiver crunch.” Caregiver crunch is the over-tasked, over-scheduled, time-pressed, stressful life we experience when we simply have too much to do and can’t see a way around it. There is nothing on “the list” we feel … Continue reading

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