Category Archives: What’s Required to Begin Healing

Postings on different aspects to consider before starting a spritutal healing path

Let’s Talk About It – Heartfelt Communication

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  Nancy Smeltzer, MFA I once knew a guy who said that there are four words that every man dreads to hear, namely “We need to talk.” For him, that phrase meant that his wife had a lot to say and he … Continue reading

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What I See is What I Get! Intuitive Sight

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA In my last posting, I wrote about my inner intuitive sight and some descriptions of how the visions appear to me. These stories and metaphors of what I see going on with my clients are often quite strange in appearance and … Continue reading

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Resistance to Change

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA I like to think of myself as a pretty open person, who would go with the flow, and not be alarmed by change. Notice, I said “like to think”. In a few areas, that’s true, and with … Continue reading

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Why is Asking For Help so Hard?

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA Recently, I’ve written quite a bit about all of the physical ailments that I’ve had the last year, and the resulting discoveries that I’ve made for my research. (Why waste all of that pain if I can’t … Continue reading

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Silent Mind – Turning the Monkey MInd Off in Holistic Healing!

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA I don’t know about you, but in the past I was walking around with quite a collection of naysayers in my mind. “You can’t do that!” “Why bother, it won’t work!” and the ever popular “What’s the … Continue reading

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How This Decision Making One Step at a Time is Working for me

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA Having written about how I had publicly resolved in my last posting to make decisions one at a time, I decided to make a list of some of the decisions that I made before this post was … Continue reading

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The Different Levels of the Grieving Process on Memorial Day

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA Today is Memorial Day here in the United States. It’s a day to honor those who have fallen in combat, but unfortunately for many, it has become a long holiday weekend, or signifies the start of summer … Continue reading

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A Public Marker for Grieving – a Descanso

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA In my last blog, I talked about how in Western culture, there are few models for grieving as there are in other places in the world. We have our funerals, such as my family did recently for … Continue reading

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Forgiving Ourselves and Accepting Gladness

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA One of my favorite newsletters to get everyday is from the “Daily Good“. It’s a non-profit web site that somehow manages to have the most amazing writers fill their pages with uplifting stories of human triumph and … Continue reading

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Holistic Healing isn’t for Wimps

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Nancy Smeltzer, MFA There are many people who are actively seeking solutions in their lives, whether it’s for healing physical ailments or emotional problems. They turn to holistic or alternative healing for the answers they’re not finding in traditional Western medicine. … Continue reading

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