My Heartfelt Healing – Simply Healed Empowering Families with Greater Peace, Joy and Love Fri, 07 Jul 2017 22:58:40 +0000 en-US hourly 1 50201817 Who Told Thee Thou Wast Naked? Sun, 14 Aug 2016 02:06:02 +0000 Have you ever tried to do something and not quite got it right or felt like a failure? How about when you tried to ride a bike and tipped over, maybe more than a few times? Lemonade StandWhat about your first art projects? Were they as great as the girl’s sitting next to you? You know, the one with a natural knack at drawing! Or perhaps you gave a gift and the receiver didn’t act too thrilled or even tried – or not – to hide the disgust on his face? Or maybe your were the kid like me that while playing baseball, the ball could end up hitting me square in the nose!

Being imperfect and making mistakes are part of life. But there is often an underlying feeling and thoughts that somehow make us feel that we come up short – that we are not good enough. This has been happening since the beginning of man. Adam and Eve were told they were naked in the Garden of Eden after partaking of the forbidden fruit. “Who told thee that thou wast naked? Hast thou eaten of the tree, whereof I commanded thee that thou shouldest not eat?” (Genesis 3:11 KJV)

They were ashamed and ran and hid. What was the difference when, only moments before, they didn’t feel shame or like they weren’t good enough running around in their birthday suits? Yes, the adversary has a hand in helping us feeling stupid, embarrassed, unworthy, undeserving or just plain not good enough.

The other day I was taking a meal into a neighbor who was going through radiation treatment. I wasn’t sure what would be the best meal to take in case I took something she didn’t particularly like. When we are serving others, we like to do it with absolute concern for their likes and comfort. I was going to take a couple of pieces of chocolate for the dessert part of a cheese ravioli meal. Then I saw the zucchini – one of the many that seem to take over the garden like weeds. For the first time I tried making a Hawaiian zucchini bread recipe that included raisins, pineapple and pecans.

What if she doesn’t like the dinner I’m taking her, especially the zucchini bread? What if I didn’t cook something right? What if it’s not good enough? What if I’m not good enough?

Well, SCORE! She liked the meal, and the bread was her favorite part. In fact, she said that was the BEST bread she had ever tasted and asked for the recipe.

Lilacs 2I wanted to wish Happy Birthday to a friend on Facebook. I have some special memes and graphics that I like to use with a cute puppy or colorful balloons. But, I was on my phone which didn’t have those graphics that were on my computer. I found a picture of lilacs that I had picked from my backyard in the spring to share on her birthday post. I was thinking, “Lilacs with an unprofessional arrangement from my backyard aren’t as pretty as a dozen red roses! I hope she won’t think this is lame.”

She liked the post and responded, “Thank you! How did you know these are my favorite flowers?”

I responded, “Lucky guess?!”

We can’t always hit a home run or please everyone. Even if others aren’t impressed or like what we do or how we do it, we are enough as we are. A little self-compassion and positive thoughts about ourselves and our efforts in life can go a long way, especially against the enemy who will always say to us, “Thou art naked. You should be ashamed. Run and hide!” Tell him, “I am enough! God made me enough! You should be the one who is ashamed!”


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Ever Get Stuck in the Blame Game? Mon, 15 Feb 2016 17:26:12 +0000 This comical video is based on a true story about one rotten morning – except I really didn’t cuss my teenager out!

It’s human nature – we try to blame others for our own mistakes and shortcomings! We have a bad day – it’s someone else who caused it. We make a mistake – it’s someone else who cause that to happen, too! When we want to criticize, condemn or complain, remember to take a look at our own actions and what we might improve. Have a little compassion on ourselves and forgive ourselves or our own shortcomings. That will make it easier to forgive others – when they did do something we could blame them for!!!

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9 Types of Pain Linked to Emotional Stressors Fri, 20 Nov 2015 17:37:32 +0000 backpain1. Pain in your head.
Pain in your head, like headaches, can be caused by stresses, fear and anxiety of the day. You may feel pressure and have hurt feelings in relationships. Take some time to laugh, sing, dance, praise and express gratitude.

2. Pain in your neck.
If you feel pain in your neck, you may have trouble forgiving others or yourself or not considering other people’s opinions. You might not be

accepting of others and need to listen and be more considerate of others.

3. Pain in your shoulders.
Shoulder pain may indicate that you’re carrying a heavy emotional burden. You may be feeling responsible for other people’s mistakes and “carrying” them instead of letting them learn from their own choices. You may also lack courage in your life to speak up for yourself and your own needs.

4. Pain in your upper back.
Upper back pain means you don’t have enough emotional support. You may also be withholding love from others. You may feel agitated or anxious and frustrated.

5. Pain in your lower back.
Lower back pain might mean you’re too worried about money. You may also be in a relationship that hurts or you want to run away from a difficult situation.

6. Pain in your elbows.
Elbow pain speaks to your resistance to change in your life – a sort of stiffness in life. You may fear new experiences and are unable to accept past achievement or feel confident in yourself.

7. Pain in your hands.
Hand pain means you may not be reaching out to others and may be criticizing of others or yourself. You may not want to be so rigid, a perfectionist or a controlling personality.

8. Pain in your hips.
Hip pain means you have fear of making major decisions, have nothing to look forward to or lack emotional and physical self-support.

9. Pain in the knees.
Knee pain can be a sign that your ego is a little too big or you’re prideful or stubborn. Take some time to help and serve others or be on your knees in prayer more. You may also have feelings of insecurity and unresolved stress.

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(This article based on the book Feelings Buried Alive Neve Die… by Karol K. Truman)

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Would You Let a Mouse Stay in Your House, even if it were CUTE? Thu, 03 Sep 2015 16:50:42 +0000 White mouse in basketHow do you feel about keeping a mouse in your house? Would you think that was a bad idea? How would you try to rid a mouse from your house? Well, you do keep mice in your house. We all do. Read this story to understand what I’m talking about and learn a powerful healing tool!

Once upon a time there was a lovely lady in a lovely house. One day she saw a mouse. The mouse wasn’t lovely.
“Eek!” screamed the lady and stood on a chair.
“Mice are filthy and carry disease,” she wailed.
She stood on the chair until her husband came home from work and asked why she was standing on the chair.

“There’s a mouse in this house! We must get rid of it!”
The husband promptly went to the store and returned home with two sturdy mousetraps. He baited the traps with cheddar cheese, placed one in the kitchen and one in the pantry and said, “The mouse will be dead in the morning.”
The wife hugged her husband and responded, “Thanks, dear!”
The next morning, the wife checked the traps. No cheese, and no mouse!
“That darn mouse thinks he’s pretty smart! I’ll bait the traps and catch him with a bucket if he gets away again,” thought the lady.
She waited patiently by the first trap. It wasn’t long before the mouse ran into the room, quickly snatched the cheese and ran off without setting off the trap.
“Wow! That mouse is fast!” she thought. “I didn’t even get the chance to catch him in my bucket. I’ll get him at the next trap.”
The mouse crept into the pantry where the woman was perched on a chair with the bucket behind her back. The mouse looked at the lady, and the lady looked at the mouse.
“I swear he is smiling at me. He’s actually kind of cute!” the lady thought.
About the time she finished her thought, the mouse scurried out of the room with the cheese.
“I really must get rid of that mouse. After all, mice are filthy and carry disease.”
For the next three days, the woman tried to catch that mouse. But each day, he appeared to smile at her and became more endearing to her each day.
By the third day she thought, “You know, that mouse isn’t harming anything. In fact, he makes kind of a cute pet!”
The woman had longed for a pet to keep her company as her children were grown and out of the house, but her husband refused to have a pet in the house.
“We must get rid of that mouse,” the husband said at dinner one night. “If the traps aren’t working, maybe we should get a cat.”
“A cat?” the woman gasped. “I mean, of course, that’s a good idea, but let me try something else first.”
Risk, Mousetrap, Mouse.The next day, the woman put cheese on the trap but didn’t set the trap. “I’d hate for cute little Mickey to get hurt. After all, he isn’t hurting anything.”
The woman continued to feed the mouse and she even made a little bed of rags for the mouse in the corner of the pantry.
A few weeks later she opened the pantry door to find trails of wheat, flour and oats across the pantry floor. Her treasured supply of winter food had been infested by her dear Mickey, his wife and a bunch of baby mice!
“Oh, my! I can’t tell my husband about this,” the woman said as she ran across the street to talk with her trusted neighbor friend.
“You must get rid of the mice,” the neighbor said. “They are filthy and carry disease.”
“But…the baby mice are so cute,” said the lovely lady.
Why in the world would this woman say “the baby mice are so cute” when they had just ruined her winter supply of food?
She had become comfortable and familiar with the first mouse to the point that she didn’t want to get rid of him, even when her husband offered her the helpful solution of getting a cat.
She was so attached to the mouse that when she saw his babies, even though they had destroyed her food supply, she didn’t want to part with them.
It’s human nature to stick with the familiar even though the familiar might not be for our highest good. Even though someone else may offer a solution, like a cat to get rid of the mice, we don’t want to let go of what has become comfortable to us even though it may cause us pain and even disease.
Old negative stories and emotions can be just like the mouse in this story. Even though they harm us by way of emotional pain and potential disease, yes, trapped emotions and negative energy around old “stuff” can make our bodies susceptible to disease; we have a hard time letting go.
I’m going to share a simple tool for yourself and those you mentor to get rid of any filthy mice you are hanging on to before they breed baby mice!Happy celebrating winning success woman sunset
You only need a quiet room, a pen, a piece of paper and some quiet music if you prefer. I’m going to give you some starter words to get your creativity flowing, but look for ones that are specific to you and bring up strong emotions. Jot down any of the following that seem familiar or resonate with you.
Disappointed, unappreciated, alone, sad, judged, unsupported, inadequate, scared, angry, jealous, “in the dark,” unworthy, abandoned, anxious, intimidated, “tied down,” frustrated, misunderstood, overwhelmed, scattered, hesitant, etc.
After you have your list of negative mice to clear out, choose your top 5 and process one per day by writing this sentence “I feel ___________________(add your word or phrase) because…” and let your subconscious go to work uncovering all the mice and their babies that need to be processed and cleaned out. Spend 7-15 minutes per day to really be effective in getting rid of these negative emotions and feelings that are binding you down and slowing your progress.
I guarantee this tool will work better than a mouse trap!

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How Mixed Up Are You? Fri, 07 Aug 2015 20:29:29 +0000 squint eyed woman with weird expression isolated on white

Have you ever had that dream where you went to school with no pants on? Well, I felt something similar when I drove out of town with my husband for a meeting with a few people. We had an enjoyable time, and when I got into the car to go home, I looked down and noticed I had brown MISMATCHED sandals on!!!

I know! I know! It’s not quite as dramatic as going to school with no pants on. But please don’t think I’m crazy or losing my mind! I was in a hurry to get out the door because I was running late and remember trying to decide between my gold and my brown sandals. I decided to go with the brown, and this picture is what I ended up with because I have two pairs of brown sandals!


Mismatched SandalsFirst I was embarrassed wondering how many people saw my mismatched footwear. Then I remembering having thoughts like “Wow, I’m stupid!” and “I can’t believe I did that!” When you’ve made a mistake, you’ve never had thoughts like that, right? You’ve never beat yourself up for messing up on shoes, a relationship or a goal, right?

It’s those very kind of thoughts that will  contribute to future failures. Negative thoughts and energy attract more negative into your life. Have you ever been around someone who was grouchy? Did you want to hang out with them all day? Most likely, you couldn’t wait to get away from them. They gave off a depressing kind of energy that’s not fun to be around. Likewise, how can you stand being around yourself when you are having negative thoughts about yourself? It’s difficult!

Constant degrading thoughts about yourself creates a viscous cycle. You think negative thoughts, you feel bad, you act bad and then you think negative thoughts to start the cycle all over again. And people don’t want to be around you as much, and your treasured, meaningful relationships suffer.

May I suggest that any negative thought you have comes from the adversary? Otherwise known as Satan, he wants you to feel bad about yourself and believe the lies he is filling your head with. The “father of all lies” wouldn’t want you to remember the great, divine person you are. As offspring of God, you have the power within you to be amazing, smart, talented, creative, loving, kind, and all the positive traits you can think of. Satan wants you to be mixed up, like my shoes, and not act according to your true self – the self that God knows can create an incredible joyful, successful and peaceful life. So the next time you have an annoying thought about yourself, tell Satan to “Bug off!” because you know he is trying to make you miserable. Then  choose some thoughts or affirmations to  help you remember that who you really are is an incredible, limitless being of goodness and light!

If you are plagued with troublesome thoughts about yourself and have a hard time letting go of them, an energy healing session can cut the bonds of energy to allow you to release the negative emotions and energy that binds and slows you down in your goals, health and relationships. Visit My Heartfelt Healing to schedule your empowering session today!


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No Forgotten Valentines Wed, 11 Feb 2015 14:50:55 +0000 Not a One!

Little Chad was a shy, quiet young man. One day he came home and told his mother that he’d like to make a valentine for everyone in his class. Her heart sank. She thought, “I wish he wouldn’t do that!” because she had watched the children when they walked home from school. Her Chad was always behind them. They laughed and hung on to each other and talked to each other. But Chad was never included. Nevertheless, she decided she would go along with her son. So she purchased the paper and glue and crayons. For three weeks, night after night, Chad painstakingly made 35 valentines.KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA

Valentine’s Day dawned, and Chad was beside himself with excitement. He carefully stacked them up, put them in a bag, and bolted out the door. His mother decided to bake him his favorite cookies and serve them nice and warm with a cool glass of milk when he came home from school. She just knew he would be disappointed and maybe that would ease the pain a little. It hurt her to think that he wouldn’t get many valentines – maybe none at all.

That afternoon she had the cookies and milk on the table. When she heard the children outside, she looked out the window. Sure enough, there they came, laughing and having the best time. And, as always, there was Chad in the rear. He walked a little faster than usual. She fully expected him to burst into tears as soon as he got inside. His arms were empty, she noticed, and when the door opened she choked back the tears.

“Mommy has some cookies and milk for you,” she said.

But he hardly heard her words. He just marched right on by, his face aglow, and all he could say was: “Not a one. Not a one.”

Her heart sank.

And then he added, “I didn’t forget a one, not a single one!”

By: Dale Galloway


What a wonderful story of unselfish giving. How often do we give freely as this little boy in the story without expecting anything back? Do we find joy in giving and serving those around us or does it feel burdensome to give of our time, talents and love to others? This Valentine’s Day, I hope you’ll consider these questions and take this challenge: Choose one person to do something special for each day over the next week. It doesn’t have to be a huge or costly. Send a note, make a phone call to say “Hi,” take some cookies to a neighbor, hug your child, etc. Enjoy the feelings of giving of yourself with no thought of return.

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Do Other People Make You Angry? Thu, 20 Nov 2014 16:13:06 +0000 stressLet’s face it: other people and events in your life can be downright unpleasant! Friends, co-workers, spouses, children and society in general can do or say things that absolutely drive you crazy, maybe even to tears or fury! Do you ever feel others are the cause of your suffering? Certainly, if others would just change, there would be nothing to be angry about. Believing in this myth makes you the victim. It encourages the belief that you have no control over your life or what happens to you.
Those who fall prey to this myth may say things like, “He makes me so angry” or “It’s her fault that I didn’t get the promotion. She is always looking for ways to make me look bad.”
Many people will react differently to the same situation which teaches us that we have control over our thoughts and feelings. Beliefs can affect emotional responses.
Let’s say someone cuts you off in traffic. You or someone else in the same situation may respond differently. Perhaps you’ve had a challenging day, so your blood pressure rises as you complain and curse about the idiot who almost caused an accident. Someone else might feel guilty as if it was their fault and think, “Perhaps I should have stayed in the slow lane so I’m not in people’s way.” And another person might calmly think, “I’m glad he didn’t run over me. He must have had a stressful day since he’s in such a big hurry.”
When you take responsibility for your own feelings, you realize that no one can make you feel anything. Yes, others can influence the way we feel by their choices and actions, but ultimately we choose what we think and choose how we feel towards any given situation. Our own perceptions and beliefs may affect the outcome of the situation for better or for worse, and that might be a difficult truth to accept.

“Take your life into your own hands and what happens? A terrible thing: no one to blame!” ~Erica Jong


Sometimes anger might not be your fault, at least not entirely. Yes, I said, “It might not entirely be your fault that you have outbursts of anger.” Let’s just say you can blame it on your ancestors. Just as we inherit physical DNA like our eye color and the shape of our nose, we inherit energetic DNA that carries with it the energy of fear, phobias, addictions, false beliefs and bad habits, yes, even anger issues, that our ancestors struggled with. When we attune to these characteristics that don’t serve our higher good, we can be bogged down with issues. Energy healing can graciously and quickly shift the negative energy and trapped emotions that keep us stuck whether our issues are inherited from our ancestors or created by our own life’s choices.

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Will Expressing Anger Reduce It? Thu, 16 Oct 2014 16:06:39 +0000 SHOUT was a popular song in the 80’s from the group “Tears for Fears” with the lyrics: Shout, shout let it all out. These are the things I can do without…. I don’t know the intention of their lyrics, but it’s a good example Panic Girl of what NOT to do.
One error in this myth is that by expressing your anger you reduce the risk of health problems that may occur by holding the strong energy in or bottling it up inside you. This is definitely not true!
According to Dr. Aaron Siegman, a psychologist and researcher at the University of Maryland, shouting and letting it all out is actually a serious risk factor for heart disease and is not something that will reduce damage to your heart.
There is plenty of evidence that chronic anger is a risk factor for heart disease including a study of over 13, 000 European subjects over a 20 year period. The results showed that 75% of participants who belonged to the “Lifelong Anger Club” died of heart disease.
Since anger is a system that helps prepare the body for potential threat through a flight or fight response, it seems natural for someone experiencing strong emotions to want to strike out in some way and release their fury. In fact, venting anger typically makes you feel better at least for a moment.
Therapists want to please their clients, and add strength to this myth because they realize that expressing anger can help clients feel better temporarily. One of my relatives had a therapist who encouraged her to scream, swear and truthfully share what she was thinking with no filters or concern for others around her. That type of action damaged her relationships rather than helped.
Also, studies over the past 40 years have shown that expressing anger leads to more anger and violence, NOT less.
Think about this: What if you were developing a new skill and wanted to be the best at say – playing piano. What would be one of the biggest factors in developing that skill? Practice, practice, practice you might say. So when you practice, practice, practice anger, you’re only going to get good at being angry more often instead of managing and dealing with those strong and potentially damaging emotions.

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3 Reasons Why Anger is Useful Sat, 06 Sep 2014 00:04:19 +0000 serious/sad jacobReally? Anger can be useful? There may be some benefits to feeling anger, but I’ll stand by my belief and current research, that anger is generally a bad thing. However, here are 3 ways in which anger can potentially be useful.

1. Anger teaches you to avoid places that you don’t want to be. Some of these places are poor health and strained or ruined relationships. Anger also locks us and those we love out of a place we want to be: feeling soothing peace and well-being.

2. Anger shows you the areas of your life that you need to work on most. When life is sailing smoothly, it may be hard to pinpoint personal weaknesses. When you get angry, it’s easier to determine what triggers that anger and how to improve that part of your life.

3. If you are actively seeking to learn from the times you are angry, you will be more humble, and humility can be a good thing. Anger is based in pride. Satan’s anger and rebellious energy was not allowed in heaven. Just as he was cast out, learning to cast out the energy of anger will make your home a bit more like heaven.

Here is a great memory from my daughter that simply illustrates how anger leads us to damaging assumptions when we refuse to be humble.

“Once when I was a kid, I came into my bedroom and found my sister’s Halloween pumpkin bag full of candy in the middle of my bed. My first reaction was to get angry – how dare she put her junk on my bed? Then I had another thought – was she giving me all her candy? I felt very humbled, especially when I found out that my mother had simply moved the bag to my bed while vacuuming the floor and my kind sister, not wanting to hurt my feelings, pretended she had decided to give me her candy. This experience taught me not to jump to the worst conclusions or assume that someone is trying to hurt me in some way. As a good friend recently told me, most people are doing the best they know how with the place they are in their life, and we should learn to be kinder in our judgment of others.”sunset meditate

Simply controlling or even PREVENTING our anger can keep us from jumping to irrational conclusions as this story illustrates.

If you struggle with controlling your anger or frustration, an energy healing session can remove those energetic blocks or trauma from the past that triggers negative emotions within us. There can also be generational issues that have been passed down to us energetically regarding anger issues. If you’d like to learn more about generational issues and how they can be cleared click here: GENERATIONAL HEALING


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Are False Beliefs Harming You? Thu, 05 Jun 2014 21:20:25 +0000 False beliefs can cause us to self-sabotage our best efforts to be successful in relationships, finances, careers, and all areas of our lives. In energy work, common terminology may be something like, “These are false beliefs that are not serving your higher good.” Some false beliefs are obvious such as “The moon is made of cheese” or “Money DOES grow on trees.” Others are not so obvious such as “If I’m healthy, I won’t be noticed” or “Being good means putting others needs before your own.” These untrue seed thoughts can be keeping you from the joy and blessings your are seeking in your life. But how do you get rid of them?Thoughtful woman with cloud above her head

First, you must recognize that you have false beliefs. These types of beliefs are more than just negative thoughts. They are a part of  our subconscious belief system that we may not even be consciously aware of. If we are unaware of them, we can often see clues in our lives that show us we have them. Do you struggle with relationship issues, finances, health or weight issues? Then you can be sure there are some false beliefs keeping you from the best you could have in life. Here are a few false beliefs some people have:

  • If I heal somebody else won’t.
  • I’m unworthy of love and acceptance.
  • I deserve to be punished for my shortcomings.
  • God doesn’t want me to make money.
  • Money is the root of all evil.
  • I am incapable of getting in shape.

Second, try to identify if this false belief is of your making or something you picked up along the way. Well-meaning parents often pass their strong beliefs, whether they are true or not, to their children or grandchildren. For instance, someone who grew up during the depression may have hoarded junk for fear of never having enough. They didn’t dare throw anything away because of the false belief that there would always be a lack of necessities. Granted, there are times and places where this appeared to be true, but in the world as a whole, there is more than enough to provide if it were dispersed appropriately. Thus, descendants of some people who lived during the depression era of the 1930’s in America may tend to hoard junk as well, or never feel like they will have enough money.

Third, find the true belief that you can consciously accept and act upon. For example, my 83-year-old mother, who lives alone, has some health challenges, and although she can take care of herself, it is becoming more difficult. As she has fallen a few times as well, family members are concerned that she receive some extra help with things like housework, shopping, walking to the laundry mat to wash clothing, and even preparing meals as her arthritis and left hand which was injured from a fall, make it painful to use her hands or move around. After setting up a homemaking service to help with some of these tasks, even though she had mentioned it would be nice to have some help, she said, “Oh, I can work. I’m alright. I don’t need any help.” As I explained that these programs are there to help, she said, “I’m not that bad off. Others need it worse than me.”

This clued me in to her false belief. Apparently she believed that if she took the help it would deprive someone else from receiving it. In this case that was simply not true. The funds and employees are available, and at this time there was enough of this resource to serve her and the many others who needed it. Perhaps a deeper false belief might be that she is not deserving of the help as much as others.

spiritualityWe may be self-sabotaging ourselves from allowing happiness and goodness into our lives because we speak or act upon these false beliefs and ultimately push good things out of our lives. If you have a difficult time identifying and freeing yourself from false beliefs that don’t serve your higher good, you may want to be empowered with an energy healing session which can quickly and easily remove false beliefs and enhance your self-confidence and success! You can book your private session here: BOOK AN ENERGY SESSION


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