Winter is all about soulful rest, purposeful rest – hitting the pause button before energies ramp up for spring’s new growth. Aromatherapy can help you sink deeper into this reflective period and it’s supportive of restorative activities that are recommended during the winter season, like yoga, meditation, journaling. I encourage you to also bring these oils into your sacred space. Essential oils made from roots are especially supportive of our inner work, reflection and creating

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Radiantly You! Session 31 Pain Air Date: 01/31/2018 Show Highlights and Takeaways: Getting rid of pain requires addressing the original injury or trauma rather than covering up symptoms Energy and pain memory lodges in our soft tissues and can develop into chronic pain and contribute to illness Therapies to release chronic pain - energy healing, clinical hypnosis, craniosacral therapy and others Self-care for releasing stuck pain   Join healer and radio host Susie Hindle Kher each Wednesday for new healing discussions

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This is the time of year when gardeners are pruning their fruit trees so they’ll bloom and grow more vibrantly in spring. The similarities to soul and spirit work are just too good to pass up. Pruning in the yard and garden really gets rid of deadwood and unhealthy growth. So ask yourself what deadwood needs removing in your life? Where could you trim away growth that has run amok? Often this spiritual and emotional

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I remember my anatomy professor telling us that the only thing humans can actively ‘control’ in their bodies is the movement of voluntary muscles. I tuned out the rest of the class trying to disprove him as I scanned my body. What a shocker, he was right. Lucky for us one of those muscles is the diaphragm – it’s how we can consciously regulate our breathing. When you contract your diaphragm, it creates more space

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Winter is a great time to give your journaling practice some TLC – it’s a natural time of quiet reflection and restoration. And it’s such a restorative and healing practice when done on a regular basis. But oh, what pressure we put on ourselves when we try to put pen to a smooth, blank piece of paper. What to write? How to write? As soon as those questions come in, the purpose of journaling has

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This week I’ve been exploring ways to be more in tune with winter’s natural rhythm. The long, dark days make me feel like hibernating, for sure, and at times I get frustrated because I’m not my usual productive self. But I look out my window and realize that even though the garden is barren, in the depths of the dark soil, roots are replenishing, and seedlings are calling on underground stores of energy to prepare

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Radiantly You! Session 30 Strategies for the Winter Blues and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Air Date: 01/24/2018 Show Highlights and Takeaways: Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a form of seasonal depression that has symptoms like fatigue, moodiness, carb cravings, achiness, anxiety, brain fog, lack of motivation and sadness. SAD affects women more than men and begins in fall or winter and usually lets up by spring or summer. If you’re really struggling to make it through

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Susie's January Tarot Reading: Choices & Decisions As we move forward working our big goals and projects this year, we have to make choices and decisions...otherwise we get stalled. But the energies of January so far have not been terribly supportive of focus and clarity. This reading provides guidance for weighing your options related to a decision you're considering. There's a strong urging to go inward and connect to your intuitive and mystic gifts. This

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What is it in the Light of Eternity? Quid hoc ad aeternitatem is a Latin phrase of dubious origins – but usually attributed to Saint Bernard of Clairvaux who was said to mutter it in relation to his trials and tribulations. It translates to 'what is it in the light of eternity?" Great question, right? What IS the point of anything in relation to eternity? It reminds me of something Clarissa Pinkola Estes, the author

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Misery Muck Meet David Byrne Here’s to Cheer! David Byrne – yes, Talking Heads David Byrne – just launched Reasons to be Cheerful, a project that’s all about pulling ourselves out of the misery muck that 2017 seemed to rain down on so many people. People are needing a little self-therapy right now and looking for reasons to be cheerful is…well…very therapeutic. These grassroots initiatives change the mental map of how people think about things.

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