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Facing Our Goliaths – Part 3: The Breakthrough

By Michka White Raven” Grant Human hand breaking brick wall. Strength and power Once the issue of facing our Goliath, realizing what it is and realizing that we’ve had a solution to our problem in our face the whole time, the problem can be resolved. Sometimes, the easiest solution is the least obvious…not to mention […]

Facing Our Goliaths – Part 2: The Search

by Michka “White Raven” Grant Once we realize what our “Goliaths” are, we are faced with how to solve them. We can exhaust time contemplating various ways to find our solution. In the midst of our own dilemma, there are many times that the answer is in front of us the whole time. It can […]

Facing Our Goliaths – Part 1: The Wall

By Michka “White Raven” Grant Over the next three weeks, we will be taking a deeper look into one of the most famous stories from the Christian Bible. Ever had a problem so big you didn’t know how you were going to get out of it? Imagine being the leader of a vast army and being […]

A Burden

By Michka “White Raven” GrantTake a journey with me: You’re sitting in your favorite dining spot. You look across and see someone you’ve known for most of your life. They are happy. They smile and laugh at your silly jokes. You know you can rely on your best friend to always be there and always […]

Filling the Void

by Michka “White Raven” GrantA major change happens in your life. You make a decision to release something. It could be in the form of an idea or story that you’ve been living. It could be that there is a toxic person in your life that you no longer wish to be around or with. […]

Perceptions

By Michka “White Raven” Grant Something interesting happened during my last two group meditations. Both of them were centered around the same theme and had similar messages. But it was a bizarre feeling to finish the first meditation and not understand why it felt…undone. That is, until the second meditation had the same message, but […]

Branches

By Michka “White Raven” Grant  This morning, as I was leaving for work, I noticed a group of men trimming dry branches off trees. They were probably getting ready for spring regrowth. If one thing is for certain when it comes to spring cleanup, it’s that dry branches take up the most space. At first, […]

Marrying Modern and Natural Medicine

by Linda Mitchell5 Simple Principles that will keep healthcare healthy, happy and sustainable”Imagine a health care system where the advances of modern medicine that save lives with emergency surgery during trauma, stent placement during heart attacks and strokes, and miracle treatments that save the lives of premature babies marries the wisdom, expertise, and techniques of […]

I’m Breathing

By Michka “White Raven” Grant I remember the first time I ever heard this phrase. It came from my mentor, who when asked how she was doing replied, “I’m breathing.” Like most people, the first thought that came to mind was, “Oh no! I wonder what’s happened?” It was delivered in such a way that I […]

Oh Brother, It’s Cold Outside

By Andrea Menousek As I write this, it is actually very cold outside, one of the few truly cold days we have experienced this winter. Our weather has been confusing to say the least. Here in the Northeast, we are used to having blustery winters that start long before the official start of the season. None-the-less, […]