Category Archives: Nancy’s Experiences

Events that have shaped Nancy’s life

What I See is What I See – Intuitive Sight

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA As a fiber artist,I’m a visual person. That’s my strong suit. That’s what I do,touch with my eyes. So,it’s not surprising that “psychically seeing” or intuitive sight is one of my best ways of accessing information to … Continue reading

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Straddling Two Worlds – Transitions and Life Changes

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA Have you ever felt as if you were pulled in two directions (or more?) That feeling began for me at an early age as I have two undergrad degrees, one in science and another in art. That … Continue reading

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Recovering From Being a Door Mat and Becoming a Door Bell

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA Recovering from being a door mat was an idea that was given to me by a friend who has been a great supporter of late as I work through my physical illnesses. He’s known about my people … Continue reading

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Reclaiming my Power by Alternative Healing

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA “Taking back my body, taking back my power” is my new mantra. I began this posting while sitting at my keyboard at midnight, unable to sleep. Little did I think that I would be writing anything like … Continue reading

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Trust in the Divine, Trust in Me – Divine Power at Work

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA Recently, I came down with a bout of pneumonia to add on top of the chronic Lyme and tick malaria. My chest ached, the antibiotics were ripping my gut apart, and I was in a pretty bad … Continue reading

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A Near Death Experience – When You’re Stopped Dead in Your Tracks

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA It was nearly two weeks ago that I went into anaphylactic shock and nearly died in the hospital.  Remember in the last posting, where I had said that I had a 4″ (10cm) rash? After the second … Continue reading

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When it Feels Like You’re Lost and Sinking – Abandonment Issues

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA Medical problems, abandonment, and financial loss, all in one day; that’s a lot for anyone to handle. Keep reading to see how I wallowed through it. (Not particularly graceful, I might add!) I might as well start … Continue reading

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The Grieving Process – We Each Can Have Our Way

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA It’s been a month now since my mother crossed over, and there are large stretches of time where I think that I’m OK. Then, I’ll do something stupid like mess up my checkbook, or leave my purse … Continue reading

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How do you Measure a Life? Understanding the Meanings of a Death

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA How do you define the measure of a life? Having just spent the last month cleaning out my mother’s home of 50 years, (she died on April 11, 2013), I came across a lot of her memories. … Continue reading

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A Eulogy for my Mother

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  Nancy Smeltzer MFA This is the eulogy that I read today at my Mother’s funeral. What a hard piece of writing to do as I wanted to say so much, yet keep it short. I’m rather proud of what … Continue reading

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