A tribal-esque painting of a skeletal man looking at figure of other people on the wall.

If you’re a healer, chances are there are signs, signals, and cues all around you. The key is knowing where to look. Here is a list of signs that you have a healing gift. Some may surprise you. You feel extreme empathy, often feeling emotions and experiences as physical sensations. You’re often told it’s soothing […]

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A young person in a robe looking despondent.

I’ve been feeling this post, inspired by a conversation between myself and a lovely friend, brewing for a number of days now, but I listened to my intuition telling me to wait before writing it. I waited until I had my session with my Theta Healer (look up Theta Healing or ThetaHealing if you are […]

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With the new-year rush in full swing if you have a few moments to spare you might like to try recomposing yourself with some simple meditation hacks. I found a couple of easy-to-follow techniques online. The first involves mindful breathing. The many benefits of deep breathing include a reduction in stress and blood pressure, strengthening […]

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Real life doesn’t just come by itself. I’m not talking about easy-going living. I’m talking about being really alive—truly, deeply, about feeling life sparkling in each cell of your body and beyond, a full presence in the here and now and a deep awareness of life passing by. You are living it, now. You know […]

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I have been a Crohn’s disease patient for eleven years now. Fortunately, for the past three years I have been in complete remission from the disease and free of medication! Since I was diagnosed, I strived to look for the root cause of my disease. I also pursued the traditional elimination of potential food triggers. […]

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A woman looking serene off into the distance.

I wrote this is in April 2017 when I was recovering from being raped. Our societal conditioning can make the practice of self-love and self-care a conundrum. I remember that when I began to even consider that I could be worthy of loving myself just for existing, it was a revelation. I did not need […]

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The theme of the December edition of Healers Magazine is Epistemological Equitability: The Democratization of Truth. Why? When you look at healing ideologies with your third eye you see that despite libraries full of interdisciplinary disputes, healers are all on the same side. You might even say that they’re all saying the same things which […]

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Creativity is a powerful force that can be helpful during depression. It serves as: an escape from our thoughts, a way to communicate our feelings and a way to track our journeys. There are many different forms of creativity: art, journaling, coloring, writing, creating a scrapbook, creating mandalas and creating vision boards are just several […]

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As a mind-body wellness practitioner and yoga teacher, I was bound by joy when I discovered yoga is classified as “sensorimotor psychotherapy” in a PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) workshop. This was incredibly refreshing and in lieu of this I could really sense the medical and scientific backing of yogic healing. The classification implies direct […]

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A woman looking introspective and a bit sad.

“Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us, and sometimes they win.” (Stephen King) Having self-destructive thoughts can be punishing. It can make a person feel frustrated, flawed and worthless. If not identified and treated, they can get darker and darker, turning your life into a living nightmare. According to recent […]

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