Many spiritual traditions espouse that we are the human incarnations of our ancestors. Others see the death of the physical body as a necessary part of the life cycle. One common belief shared amongst a variety of spiritual traditions is that the individual's spirit - what allows us to differentiate me from you - does not die with the body; rather, it remains. The continuance of the spirit allows us in the physical realm to continue a relationship with a person now that he or she occupies the spiritual realm.Read More
“the grey area that is internet hoodoo and conjure has everybody thinking they can do anything!”
— Negarra A. Kudumu
Just Tuesday, I shared this comment with a friend within the context of a broader conversation about the proliferation of internet spirituality. He went on to post it publicly on Facebook, where it garnered much attention with various individuals chiming in. (To read the post and it's comments, click here.)Read More
I started Perpetuity Healing Arts as a result of numerous conversations with friends and fellow healers about how to put our skills and training into action to serve our highest good. We all agreed that healing is not an individual endeavor, and that in order to truly live up to and live out our calling, we must offer our services to the community.Read More
As mentioned in my previous post, I have a float evangelist who called me about two weeks ago to tell me about a special offer at the Capitol Hill location of the Seattle-based flotation therapy spa, Urban Renewal. I took advantage of it as it was too good to be true: lifetime membership of unlimited floating at $99 per month. You really can't beat that especially given the relief that is felt immediately after one float experience.Read More
Anxiety is an umbrella term for a class of disorders and the distress they cause that hinder you from conducting your life normally. Under this umbrella category anxiety is broken down further into four sub-categories: panic disorders, social anxiety disorder, specific phobias (such as fear of heights), and generalized anxiety disorder.
The decision to do anything should ideally reside at the confluence of the right time and the right place. The success I've experience from this precise intersection, is resultant of a rigorous examination of the ideas and beliefs that no longer serve me, actively healing the psychosomatic illnesses of my body, and eliminating practices that run contrary to my belief in liberating my mind, body, and spirit.Read More