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Healing Transformation Events & Blog - health

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    Healer Workshop

    Are you tired of sitting by? Watching loved ones suffer from pain, illnesses, or medical treatments is stressful — especially when you believe there’s nothing you can do. It’s time to change your belief as there is something you can do. Become a Bioenergy Healer Learn how to use a person’s bioelectric energy systems to help them heal their body, mind, and spirit naturally. Bioenergy therapy is a natural healing alternative. It has worked for people just like you and… Read more »

    Workshop Announcements

  • Download a Free eBook on Healing Cancer

    Download for free my first eBook. 10 Ideas to help you cope and heal from cancer Cancer_Healing Transformation eBook 2022 Spring Final Motivation Reminder Poster 10 ideas to help you heal Poster Meanwhile, take care of yourself. ~~Ellen P.S. If you wish to read on your phone, my blog has the same information and is made to read on a smart phone or tablet. 10 Ideas to Help You Cope and Heal from Cancer

    Downloads, Healing Techniques

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    Waking Up to the Dark: a book review

    Waking Up to the Dark Ancient wisdom for a sleepless age By Clark Strand | Illustrated by Will Lytle | Penguin Random House (April 28, 2015) Do you often find yourself awake in the middle of the night? If you do, what do you do? Do you toss and turn and try to force yourself back to sleep? Do you start to take medications that help you sleep through the night? Or do you just lay back and relax in a semiconscious… Read more »

    Book Reviews, Inspiration

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    Take a fresh breath; and now jump into an ice bath

    Wim Hof It was through my daughter, Tanya, that I first learned about Wim Hof. She suggested I listen to his podcast. I did and became intrigued. The Iceman Known as the “Iceman,” Wim Hof has done many way-out things in the cold: he climbed Kilimanjaro twice in a pair of shorts, ran a marathon north of the Arctic Circle in shorts, swam under a frozen lake in shorts (ok, probably a bathing suit), and he takes frequent ice baths.… Read more »

    Healing Techniques, Inspiration, Self Help

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    Subscribe to our eNewsletter

    Please fill out the form below to subscribe to our eNewsletter. (You can unsubscribe anytime. We hope you find it informative so you want to stay with us.) Enjoy as you join others who seek natural healing.   Subscribe Today   Meet our team — check out… Who we are Learn more about Bioenergy Healing at… What is Bioenergy Healing? Plus we’ll bring you updates in our eNewsletter each month on natural healing and give you ideas to help improve… Read more »

    Healing Transformation, Message

  • Virus

    Today’s a challenge

    Today offers many challenges. Staying safe is one. I originally posted this in my April newsletter . I just wanted to reprint it here for my website followers. My heart is with you. ~Ellen Hi Everyone, I hope you are all well – practicing social distancing, staying at home, and washing your hands often. New challenges to our daily lives. My husband and I have been very careful. It has been a challenge for us as normally we spend many… Read more »

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    Flattening the Curve

    Keeping safe during challenging times Dear Readers, I hope this finds you safe and healthy. On Saturday our Canadian Health Minister asked us to “self-isolate and practice social distancing” to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. I am staying at home to help “flatten the curve” of the coronavirus spread and only going out when staying home is not an option. I have gone out for groceries. The Mayo Clinic has an excellent podcast on “flattening the curve” that… Read more »

    Clinics, Message

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    The tree factor for a good life

    I’ve always been connected to trees. As a child I spent a lot of time with my great aunt, Tante Liesbeth. She lived in what was then called “the Transvaal,” a former province just north of the Vaal River in South Africa. She had a country store in a forestry reserve near the town of Sabie. An incredible pine forest surrounded my great aunt’s house. I loved walking in those trees — and I loved the smell. At the bottom… Read more »

    Book Reviews, Nature

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