This quote resonated within me when I first read it because it was a clear and decisive message. It was one of those messages that pings your Personal Operating System and instantly, without additional thought to muck it all up. Like all the quotes that speak to me, I immediately created a meme and posted

“Our minds can trick us and our hearts can blind us, but our souls play no such games.” This quote was organically created during an inspiring exchange on a social media group that stemmed from the OP on courage and the four elements. This was my reply, “elements don’t have their own life force and

Green, it does the body good and is the go to color for most ill causing imbalances. Green is the frequency that closely resembles the element Cl-chlorine and as such can be considered to have a disinfecting quality about it. This past winter there were several occasions that warranted using a set of green lights

Our Personal Operating System strives for balance and being all there, being in the moment where ever you are, is one way to achieve it. Stay focused on the task at hand, what’s before your vary eyes and don’t let your mind wonder to any “non-starters”, ones that lead you no where and can sabotage

The frequency of red is the longest and the slowest wave on our electromagnetic spectrum and with that shiny piece of red fabric it provided just enough of a warming energy to relieve that stiffness. One of the best uses of the color red is to help relieve stiffness that is caused from certain conditions

Before I begin my personal experiences of how blue helped me and my clients, here is an excerpt from my blog on one of the most significant use of blue. “For decades, the use of light therapy has been the prescribed treatment for jaundice because of its positive effect on reducing the bilirubin in a

The hypothesis for my first experiment into understanding the electromagnetic spectrum outside of hair color was to find out whether you can feel a warming sensation over the red and conversely, a cooling sensation over the blue by hovering the palm of your hand over each one separately, as close to without touching them. (I