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Love, love, love the day of gratitude called Thanksgiving in the U.S. culture … and actually, the whole month of November has felt like a season of gratitude. It is truly a time of year to “connect in” to what we are most thankful for … and there’s so much, isn’t there?! So from Women […]

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We love this time of year and it’s a good thing because the holidays sure feel like they come quicker every year! If Women as Healers can be of assistance with your holiday shopping/preparation, please contact us. We would be happy to help and as a first step, you can order the Women as Healers’ […]

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From time to time, I’ve written about Malala Yousafazi, the youngest-ever Nobel Peace prize winner. She’s such an inspiration and definitely a healing woman! She recently celebrated her 18th birthday and she honored the world by opening a school for Syrian refugee girls in Lebanon’s Bekan Valley (near Syria’s border). Serving more than 200 Syrian girls, […]

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Is there still one person (or more?!) on your list that you need a special holiday gift for? Perhaps the “Women as Healers” book offers a perfect solution! This book is the stories of 31 healing women and includes a solo harp CD of therapeutic harpist, Tami Briggs’ own compositions. To assure delivery by Christmas […]

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It has been a fast year, hasn’t it?! And now it’s time to begin thinking about the holidays and specifically giving gifts. I am always looking for unique, something-different kinds of gifts. The “Women as Healers” book is one of these gifts! It features 31 healing women and a solo harp CD of my compositions […]

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I am excited to share with you the next “Women as Healers” presentation. It will be September 25 at 7:00-8:30 p.m. at the Gering Civic Center (1050 M Street in Gering, Nebraska).  Linda Rock, Executive Director of Prairie Haven Hospice in Scottsbluff, NE, is one of the 31 featured women in the book, Women as […]

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Last month, I spent a week in Indianapolis with Jan Erlenbaugh Gaddis (the woman who wrote the first story in “Women as Healers”). We had a great time! Our schedule was very full and each day was meaningful and heart-felt. On the last day, I played at Rosewalk at Lutherwood, an assisted living center, where […]

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Last week, I had the opportunity to go through the Princess Diana Celebration exhibit at the Mall of America. It was an amazing display, stunningly beautiful. And you could certainly feel her dear energy throughout the exhibit. I was aware of a range of emotions – from anticipation and excitement to see her wedding dress […]

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Women’s issues seem to be on the front page of every newspaper and magazine, as well as headlining all TV news programs. What an interesting and exciting time for the feminine spirit to be rising up and being heard! “A Woman’s Voice” is a brand new song written by three Oscar-winning song writers — Marvin […]

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Rosemary Bilgrien is a dear friend who moved about a year ago from New Richmond, WI (a suburb of St. Paul, MN) to Milwaukee. Rosemary is mentioned in the introduction of the “Women as Healers” book and she has also sponsored me to do several presentations for her community. On January 26, her son and […]

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