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by Donna Powers

Season’s Greetings and a Blessed Holiday Break

This week’s blog is simply a wish that you find peace, rest, good health and healing even if sickness has visited your home. We have had a chronic disease diagnosis and sickness these past three weeks – in our extended family and with those closest to us. For me, these are times when family rallies … Read more

When Loving and Caring Becomes Exhaustion in the Season of ‘Joy’

  Have you heard of the expression ‘The Sandwich Generation’? Loving is one slab of the bread, caring the other slab, and in between, the filling can all too often be the bitterness or blandness of exhaustion. Exhaustion can quickly become indifference for some and illness for others. Maybe even anger for someone else in … Read more

Technology and Teething – Huh!?

  Today’s newsletter is a reprint…or a video rerun…of something I recorded about 3 years ago. I am encouraged. For some time now I have been averse to creating any more videos but maybe I will record more!  Watch for it. There is a mention of the Vaccine Free: Now What? 12-week course in the … Read more

Travelling? Time for the ‘TD’ Talk (Travellers’ Diarrhea)

  The snow has yet to fly here in Calgary…well…except for the mini blizzard we had in October! Being of sturdy stock though, that snow doesn’t count. Only the white stuff that falls in November and December means winter. And winter means thoughts turn to sandy beaches, pounding surf, sunny days, poolside lounging and a … Read more

The Mysterious Healing Power of Homeopathy

  Today’s guest post is from Amy Lansky, author of Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy.  Impossible Cure is the story of Amy’s son Max and his recovery from autism with homeopathy. Brilliant read! I know I posted a case of warts just a couple of weeks ago but Amy’s story is just too good … Read more

Invitation to a Shameeah Ceremony

  Exploring life with a gifted, knowledgeable enthusiastic and joyful guide enlightens and enriches. Whether it is s spiritual director for your inner quest for meaning or a Sherpa taking you on highest mountain peaks. When a guide is respectful of the inner terrain of the person and the outer terrain of the environment, you can safely … Read more

Grateful for You: It’s A Good Day

  Last week was newsletter #198 and that means some of you, for once a week since December 2012, have graciously received me into your email inbox. Thank you. From the bottom of my heart. You are SO appreciated! In a day when it is easy to skip reading blog posts, newsletters and when it … Read more

Warts and All: A Case of Causticum

I can only think of one thing worse than pimples/acne for a young person entering puberty…warts! At a time when self-consciousness is at an all-time high, who wants to be worried about those bumpy, hideous things on fingers, arms, legs, and toes? Warts are those things that belong on the end of a witch’s nose … Read more

Guess the Remedy – Putting Myself Back Together Again

Thanks to everyone who sent in remedy suggestions to help support healing from the rear end collision. My ‘rear end’ is still stiff and sore but I have an appointment with an osteopath coming up, some massage appointments and time with my chiropractor. I will heal in no time! I loved being able to read … Read more