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Monthly Archive for May, 2014

I was glued to “The Voice” all season, until all of my favorites were eliminated. Last Monday night, on a whim, I decided to turn on “Dancing with the Stars.” I was absolutely mesmerized by Meryl Davis (Olympic gold-medal winner of 2014 ice dancing) and Maksim Chmerkovskiy’s freestyle dance. Their dancing left me speechless … […]

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I am excited to let you know the research study “Impact of Healing Touch and Healing Harp on In-Patient Acute Care Pain” is published in the Holistic Nursing Practice this month. This ground-breaking study examines the concomitant use of two complementary modalities to reduce pain, anxiety and nausea in the postoperative patient population. E-mail me […]

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Mother’s Day brings up lots of feelings for a variety of women – love, honor, sadness, grief, joy. The day before Mother’s Day 2014, I spoke and played the harp at a Mother and Child Tea in a rural community north of Rochester, MN. The women came from miles around to gather in community to […]

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Yesterday, I had coffee with a friend who shared information about Energy Keepers – even the name is intriguing! The work of the Energy Keepers, a group of 140 people from all over the world, is to “hold space” for anyone who needs healing, prayer and/or a special boost of energetic protection/guidance. Anyone can make […]

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