Feed on

E-BookWe are excited to announce the “Women as Healers” e-book price has been reduced to $3.95. Click here to get your copy today!

You can also download the music that accommodates the book for $9.99 by clicking here. Enjoy!


Happy 5th Anniversary!

five year anniversaryIt was five years ago today that all of the 31 stories from the women came flooding into my inbox to create the “Women as Healers” book. I remember the energy and excitement like it was yesterday … and now it’s been five years!!!

So what has happened in those five years? Well, here’s a few highlights:

And what will happen in the next five years … stay tuned for the exciting ride!


Relaxation Time…

Happy SummerI have heard several people say recently, “I haven’t been on a vacation for years and I’m going this year!” I’m not sure why this seems to be a current theme … perhaps because it’s summer (a natural time for rejuvenation) or because the economy is perking up or it’s simply time to “press pause” from our busy, sometimes stressful daily lives.

These comments have made me aware that it’s really important to get away and have some total “down time.”

That’s what I’ve scheduled as a birthday treat next week and am really looking forward to taking some time to relax and be. Ahhhhh…

Are you taking some time to relax and rejuvenate this summer? I hope so…


WorldHealing women have a big role in the world … and perhaps now more than ever.

As I reflect on all that’s currently happening in the world, it reminds me of a conference I attended in the Netherlands in 2002 called Leading to the Edge. It was a gathering of 180 people from 14 countries. The conference was an invitation to participate in global healing through lively, enriching conversations about education, health care, politics, agriculture, business, economics and leadership. As we connected, we shared our joys, sorrows, frustrations, differences and commonalities.

Today, the need still exists for us to continue to understand one another and be in the vibration of love.

The book, “Women as Healers: Voices of Vibrancy,” is a call for global healing, both individually and collectively. We continue to step more and more into this role!


A Rose…

RoseFrom many of the postings here, you already know I love connections. Last Saturday, I attended a lovely 70th birthday party for a friend … and I ended up re-connecting with a woman who I hadn’t seen for a couple of years. She shared this beautiful story of connection…

“I have been doing landscaping and gardening, but also discerning and hoping for something new in my work. Creating fairy gardens and giving workshops in how to design indoor or outdoor miniature gardens where God’s tiniest angels reside has turned out to be my ‘something new’ and has brought so much fun and joy into my work! This next chapter became quite clear with the guidance of a dear friend, Sister Roseann Giguere, who died on June 9th. One of the ways Roseann celebrated the sacredness of life, including nature, was through her solstice rituals.

On June 21st (the summer solstice), we had a powerful storm that uprooted a huge birch tree in my front yard. The tree just missed landing in my garden and rested on the edge of my house. I did a letting go ritual and final blessing of the tree before the tree trimmers hauled it away. Although I was sorry to lose that beautiful birch, I now had much more sun in that garden. The tree had literally and metaphorically been blocking my vision. Now, from my window, I could see the Canadian redbud tree at the edge of my yard and its leaves formed a perfect canopy to shelter the fairy garden I had begun to create.

On the day of Rosie’s funeral, I asked for a confirmation sign of my new fairy garden path of work. The table at the entrance to her ritual held a lovely little fairy garden!

Some weeks later, the tree trimmers who had removed the birch tree came back to do more work. One of them showed me a photo of the birch tree because he was amazed by what he saw – an image of a rose!”

Without any doubt Rosie is here in spirit … and what a lovely connection!


Speaking this week!

Tami PresentingI am passionate about sharing my message and am honored to be at the following places this week:

​If you are interested in having me conduct a presentation or Healing Harp Concert at your location, I welcome these opportunities. Click here for more information about my presentations. I look forward to working together!


Malala DayEarlier this year, I wrote a blog post about Malala Yousafzai. The Taliban tried to assassinate her on October 9, 2012 because she wanted to go to school and learn. Miraculously, she survived this brutal attack and today is Malala Day. She is an inspiration to many!

In the words of Malala:  “Malala Day is not my day. It is the day of every girl and every boy. It is a day when we come together to raise our voices, so that those without a voice can be heard.”

This Facebook post reminded me of Malala’s mission:

If you’re not willing to learn,

No one can help you.

If you are determined to learn,

No one can stop you!

Malala gives true meaning to the phrase “YOU GO GIRL!!!”


Daily Suggestions…

Calm & TrustRecently, a friend sent an e-mail with beautiful photos and many suggestions for daily life. I thought many of them were note-worthy so I edited them to make them available to you … enjoy!

  1. Pray.
  2. Go to bed on time.
  3. Get up on time so you can start the day unrushed.
  4. Say “No!” to projects that don’t fit into your schedule.
  5. Delegate tasks to capable others.
  6. Simplify and unclutter your life.
  7. Remember:  Less is often more.
  8. Allow extra time to do things and to get to places (so true with traffic).
  9. Pace yourself. Spread out big changes and difficult projects over time.
  10. Take one day at a time.
  11. Live within your budget; don’t use credit cards for ordinary purchases.
  12. Be proactive.
  13. Do something with your inner child each day.
  14. Carry a spiritually enlightening book with you to read while waiting.
  15. Get enough rest.
  16. Eat right.
  17. Get organized so everything has its place.
  18. Listen to a tape while driving that can help improve your quality of life.
  19. Write down thoughts and inspirations.
  20. Every day, find time to be alone.
  21. Laugh.
  22. Laugh some more! (Love this!!)
  23. Develop a forgiving attitude (most people are doing the best they can).
  24. Be kind to unkind people (they probably need it the most).
  25. Talk less; listen more.
  26. Slow down.
  27. Every night before bed, think of five things you are grateful for and make sure one is something you’ve never mentioned before.

Announcing SkyBrite!

SkyBriteAfter much anticipation, SkyBrite is up and running … so exciting! It is a new subscription service giving you instant and unlimited streaming audio access to health and wellness audio programs, how-to trainings, audio books and stories, famous interviews, fitness and yoga classes, and spiritual lectures. Click here to sign up for only $9.99/month.

At this time, my menopause CD, “A Guided Oasis for the Mid-Life Woman” is on SkyBrite … many more programs will be available soon and I’ll keep you posted!


Speaker at Metamorphosis CenterTonight, I am attending a presentation by Stefanie Bell-Egge at the Metamorphosis Center. She founded a meditation group at the Target Corporation headquarters (downtown Minneapolis) and they have 1,000+ people gathering in community each week for this peace-filled activity.

Her presentation will include how she developed an Operations Committee, created facilitator training sessions and overcame unexpected obstacles in the corporate environment.

I am looking forward to learning more … what if this becomes an essential employee benefit around the world? What a vision!!


Older Posts »