Posts By: Heather Michet

Ho’oponopono For Those We May Find More Difficult to Love

How do you respond/react upon hearing news of tragedies, especially those perpetrated by humans, such as the Paris or Brussels attacks?  Do you get angry?  Do you pray?  Do you want to retaliate?  Do you feel helpless and hopeless? I feel the effects in my energetic body without cognitively knowing what the cause is (I… Read more »

Does This Make Sense: Using a Carcinogen to Kill an Anti-Cancer Plant?

Are you killing an anti-cancer drug with a cancer-causing herbicide?  If you’re spraying “weeds” such as dandelion with Roundup, you are doing this very thing. Check out this great article: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/is-an-anti-cancer-drug-growing-in-your-front-lawn.html Forget the Roundup and other herbicides.  Let the dandelions grow, then head outside and gather some for your next salad.** ** Remember to select… Read more »

Skip the Salt, Shake on the Herbs, and Feel Your Heart Do a Happy Dance

It’s no news flash that reducing your salt intake can offer many health benefits, especially for your heart.  But how many people want to give up the full-bodied flavor that salt (sometimes) brings out in foods?  Nobody. Good news!  Passing up the salt shaker doesn’t mean you have to endure a bland food diet that’s… Read more »

Make a Mega Difference With the Metta Meditation

The Metta Meditation is my “go to” at anytime that I want to slow down, center a bit, and/or shift my perspective on a situation or person.  Saying it first thing upon waking is also a marvelous way to begin your day. My version is slightly different than the one on the card in the… Read more »

It All Matters

In those moments when you feel insignificant, less than tremendous, or simply need a clear and gentle reminder that good is happening all around you, all the time, read this. When you want to contribute to that goodness and the Epidemic of Kindness, act on any of the following or your own unique ways to… Read more »

Plant Talk: Stinging Nettle

Stinging Nettle

My favorite medicinal herb is Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica).*  It has many uses for health and wellness. and loves to impart its versatility as a recipe ingredient in the kitchen! Historical: “The sting of the Nettle is but nothing compared to the pains that it heals” from Lelord Kordels’ “Natural Folk Remedies” Earliest uses –… Read more »

Going Under the Knife? Tips for Pre- and Post-Surgery

Any surgery is invasive and a stressor to the body.  Healing takes time! We can ease and speed healing time with diet, supplements, and remedies which strengthen and nourish the body both before and after the surgery.  It is especially important to build up the immune system before going into the hospital in these times. … Read more »