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With winter and holidays and even more stress than just a few days ago you may have some concerns about your general health and well being or you may have very specific concerns and need direction in finding your way to health once again.

Perhaps it is a loved one who is in need of some nurturing as they regain their health and you can pass this information on to them or gift them with a session.

Please take a few moments and a few deep, relaxed breaths and visit me on the web to see if I can be of assistance.

From my heart to yours during this Thanksgiving Holiday; a Celtic Blessing …

A Blessing for the Senses

May your body be blessed.
May you realize that your body is a faithful and beautiful friend of your soul,
And may you be peaceful and joyful and recognize that your senses are sacred thresholds.

May you realize that holiness is mindful, gazing, feeling, hearing and touching.
May your senses gather you and bring you home. May your senses always enable you to celebrate the universe and the mystery and possibilities in your presence here.

May the Eros of the Earth bless you.

Aloha~ Gina

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In case you did not read the Newsweek article on eating disorders here you go!

Now I have to say I am grateful to see something out there regarding this huge issue in our culture yet I was somewhat surprised at the focus of the comments….many were more worried about calling blacks black and whites white than focusing on the fact that they are all equally at risk for running into an eating disorder and that their male counterparts were also much more at risk than they may have previously thought.

I guess I should not be surprised as one of the reasons ED is as prevalent as it is is because of the lack of focus on the problem and the never ending circle dancing with a multitude of distractions and excuses instead.

Curious? Try a look at the gurze website for a plethora of information and suggestions on what to read. Awareness is not just the answer for the dear one suffering with an eating disorder but is is also the way for those who interact and live with them.

Awareness, watching what we are doing with curiosity -what a concept, what a way to make a change in your world!

Be well!

Aloha,

Gina

The metobolic power that is. Yes we really do slow down or metabolism when we are stressed. No wonder so much difficulty keeping the fires burning this is a stressed out time. While this is not new information I wanted to call your attention to someone who says it so eloquently.

Marc David writes wisely and profoundly in his Slow Down Diet calling us to focus first on how to eat before we even ask the question what to eat. I think Marc is right on and I will be recommending this book to all my clients.

To be honest I was ready to hang up my nutrition hat for a while as I did not want to be caught up in the food fad ism   and supplement cure alls- it seemed many people looked to me for just that kind of information.

Wishing you peace and Aloha~