Five months later….

Can you see two teeny tiny brown specs on the grass by the first tree? A pair of sweet little rabbits.

Can you see the teeny tiny brown spec on the grass by the first tree? A pair of sweet little rabbits.

So here it is, the month of July already, five months since my last post where I left you hanging at my review of chapter six of  the book, Clean – Remove, Restore, Rejuvenate by Alejandro Junger, M.D.

Much has happened since the winter. You as well?

At first, I thought I’d write about what happened during my unannounced blogging break, then I decided not to. I realized that I’d be writing about things I don’t necessarily want to remember.

I’ll just say, I’ve had my challenges (physically and financially).

Who was it that said, “What doesn’t kill us, makes us stronger.”

Since I’m still motoring along, I must be stronger.

Time will be the teller.

Some of you know I have another blog, Miracle Mama, where I inspire uplifted thought through the sharing of  miracle stories, inspirational interviews, products and services.

Over the next several months, I’ll be implementing new ideas to grow and expand the site.

If you know any miracle stories or have experienced something you want to share (maybe something uplifting or helpful to others) please contact me via email. I would love to hear from you!

I hope all is well with everyone. I’ll be around to see what you are up to soon.

Hopefully, you will come to visit me at Miracle Mama for now.  🙂


Mind Meanderings with Miracle Mama

Hi everyone, this is a personal note to let you know what I’m up to and that I’ve taken on a pseudonym.

First off, I’d like to thank everyone for contributing to make my life richer through sharing your blog posts, visiting and commenting on my blog and through your valued feedback and support. Being a part of an online community is definitely a rewarding experience.

A lot is going on and I haven’t been able to keep up with reading your blog posts. I think everyone I know is participating in the Post-A-Day challenge so it doesn’t take long to fall way behind. I enjoy reading your posts and I don’t want to miss anything and so feel compelled to read all that I’m behind on which then takes time to catch up.

During the last few months, I’ve focused on numerous items to do with my health, personal life, work, career and life path. Some of you may recall I began an experiment in healing a few months ago. I tested the effect of energy medicine, Ayurvedic herbs, naturopathic medicine, dietary changes and meditation. Through it all, I noticed a greatly reduced experience of symptoms like pain and inflammation to the point that I didn’t feel the need to take a prescribed bi-weekly pharmaceutical injection for my immune system. Yay!

Since the experiment didn’t follow scientific protocol, I have no idea what actually made the difference in my condition. Was it all of the above, some of the above and if so, which one(s)? The reason I ask the question is because in the past few weeks the symptoms have increased again. The last energy treatment was several weeks ago, I ran out of Ayurvedic herbs and haven’t been able to re-order yet, I lax with the strict gluten-free, vegan diet and I have not been meditating regularly.

Oh well, life happens. No stress about it. I’ll just keep experimenting as funds permit.

In the area of my work and personal life, the theme is “moving”. I’m moving out of self-employed bookkeeping and into the unknown. Yes, I’ve given my clients notice and over the next few months I’ll find new things to do. At the end of the month, I’m moving out of my current living arrangement and into a place of my own. Yay!

Lastly, I’ve created a new persona and blog called Miracle Mama. It’s a collection of miracle stories and magical moments to inspire and encourage freedom from limited thinking, fear, doubt, helplessness and oppression. You can read the full story on the blog in the first post called, “Inception: Miracle Stories and Magical Moments” and on the “About MM” page.

In future, I’ll conduct interviews with people all over the world who have experienced miracles and magical moments. If you have an experience you wish to share I would love to post it on the blog. Or, if you’ve heard a miracle story that you would like to pass along to share on the blog that would be awesome.

Miracle stories occur all the time, they’re all around us when we have the desire to notice. Miracles uplift and give hope. I want to help contribute to the consciousness of miracles through sharing stories on Miracle Mama. I hope you will join me to help spread the word and pass along this information to your family and friends if you feel inclined.

Thanks so much for reading and commenting.