Thursday, August 21, 2014

Dream Writer

I have been writing and creating since childhood. Growing up my inspirations were Judy Blume and one of my favorite books was The Outsiders just to name a few. I always had my nose deep in a good novel and kept many journals throughout my adolescent years. When Susan Sontra, from The Creating Room reached out to me to be a part of the Blog Hop, I was excited to share and join in on the fun.

What am I working on/Writing?

I decided to take the summer to reflect, ponder and simply look within. Taking a step back and allowing oneself to enjoy the moment truly helps with having a creative life and business. I had a program called The Dreamcatcher and decided to take it down for the summer. It's been a summer of dreamcatching moments as I have been revamping, revising and updating it. The Dreamcatcher is a unique coaching program that I designed as I re-invented the wheel so to speak

How does my work differ from others of its genre?

My work is a reflection of my own life experiences, trials and tribulations and I share my own coaching tools that I use for myself. I truly believe that, as a coach, using the tools that we offer to our clients is imperative. I love to experiment and try new things and in turn share it with the world.

Why do I write what I do?

I truly believe that sharing our own creative process and life experiences is the true essence towards helping others. I share what works through articles and show my creative process through pictures. Sharing our life experiences and our own tools are the best gifts to share with others.

How does my writing process work?

If I am working on a project, I will use my own Dreamcatcher Treasure Mapping Technique. I carry my Dream Journal with me wherever I go and I am always jotting things down as they come to me: I also do a lot of freewriting and doodling as a way to pump up those creative juices. I set up a ritual of candles, coffee and snacks; a sacred space filled with positive energy.

If I am working on an article, I will brainstorm and meditate on it for two days: I take the time to reflect and gather my thoughts. When I am writing an article, I always read the article out loud before publishing it; this is a great way to not only *read* your work but *hear* it: I like to write as if I am speaking with the reader.

Inspirational Blogs:


Gloria Gypsy
Gloria is an amazing intuitive painter and sacred artist. She is an amazing woman with a heart of gold. She teaches others to dive into their own intuitive path and seek their own inner healing and strength. Gloria is also the founder of Creative, Sacred Living Magazine.



Jennifer Seitzer
Jennifer is an amazing soul and friend. She is the founder of Transition To Glow where she helps others find the sacred in their sobriety through health and wellness. She is also a Crystal Healing Practitioner, Reiki Practitioner and Life Coach.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

A Walk In The Park

"Who looks outside dreams, who looks inside awakes." Carl Jung

Every week, I grab a cup of coffee and my camera and head out to the park. I embrace the sounds of nature, breathe in the fresh air and as I sit on the park bench, the sun warms my soul and the sky touches my heart! When I am out and about, getting lost in the woods, everything becomes more clear. The peace I feel at that very moment, I want to take with me all day.

All summer, I have been on an excursion; a journey of self. I have done some major Shadow Work and took a step back from worry, fears and doubts! I tucked them away into a box this summer and let go. Through this, I took down The Dreamcatcher Program as I have been revamping, revising and updating this project without a care in the world: the only thing that came to mind was, "Do It Anyway."

And so I did! Fears, doubts, inner critics, comparison of others and worries can weigh a person down, but at the same time, these challenges can bring us home - home to our dreams-home to our true selves.

These challenges are an amazing journey that we can share with the world as I truly believe we are all one: we are all headed in the same direction - a place filled with love, peace, kindness, contribution and wanting to help others.

Through my walks in the park this is what I've learned:
  • Stop comparing myself to others.
  • Stop self-doubt.
  • Fear is my friend.
  • We are all walking the same path.
  • Just be your authentic self.
  • We all have gifts.
  • What we have to offer matters.
  • Every dream counts.
  • I could do this.
  • Inner critics challenges me.
  • I am just as creative and loving as the next person.
  • I have a lot to offer to the world.
  • I am a Creative Genius.
  • Everything is a learning experience and an opportunity to share with others.
  • Experience = Wisdom.
  • Wisdom cannot be taught.
  • Personal Power = Confidence.
  • I walk the talk.
  • I am a Guru of my own life.
  • Life is beautiful.
  • Share your joys with the world.
  • Do It Anyway!!
And So I Am!

Thursday, August 7, 2014

The Circle of Dreams

"The only journey is the one within." Rainer Maria Rilke

Dreams. What are they? They are anything you want them to be. If you are simply wanting to be happy - that is a fabulous dream. If you are wanting to overcome depression - that is a wonderful dream. If you want to write a book - that is an amazing dream. I wanted to see Stevie Nicks in concert - that was a lifetime dream and it came true!

I have been in the circle of dreams all my life. I have created and written since a teenager and put myself out there since 1999. I had up to seven blogs at one time, wrote for Suite101.com (paid job-site now retired), ehow.com (paid job), self-published a book, made and sold handmade crafts online, taught creative writing to home-school students (paid job) and so much more.

I knew in my heart that my strengths and passions are writing, creating and helping others. I went back to college in 2007 to become a counselor. Through it all, I always moved forward, tried new things and ventured out. 

On this spiritual journey of mine, I decided in 2010 to become a Reiki Master and Life Coach. With learning and experiencing so much in my life, I wanted to take all I knew and learned and combine it all into one area, and so in 2011 is when Willow Creek Studio was born.

This was my Healing Practice; a place for healing and spirituality. I loved Willow Creek Studio and truly believed in my heart that this was my home. What I realized was that creativity kept sneaking its way into my coaching practice. I found myself wrapped up in journaling, writing, painting, drawing, doodling and sketching: I couldn't run away from it or shall I say I couldn't run away from myself.

Willow Creek Studio lasted for two years and then in 2013 was when Creative Soul Poetry was born. Finally, I got it! A Coaching/Healing practice that enhances and focuses on creativity; my coaching tool to help others move forward in their lives. Yes! a Reiki Master, Woo-Woo Soul and a splash of creativity goes a long, joyful way.

So, this is what I have learned within The Circle of Dreams: it's a lifetime journey. It's a learning experience like no other. If you are working every day, showing up, writing articles, posting at your Twitter account, Facebook Business Page and other social medias on a daily basis, well, then - you are in business!

I have to be honest and say that I don't always research other businesses and I don't watch a lot of coaching videos (my attention span won't allow me). Now before you say anything, let me share that I do have my share of Inspirations and, yes, I go to their sites and keep up with their journey. Doing this, for nearly 20+ years, I have come across a thousand blogs, but recently, I have been truly enjoying the creative process of discovering "me." I am lucky to say that I also have a wonderful friend who has been on this journey of dreams with me for over seven years and she has been my support system from day one. Without her, I would have been six-feet under.

I am not technical savvy and I'm still learning. I believe in simplicity and baby steps: there's no rush. Trust me, I went through the emotions of comparing myself to others, trying new things within my business, thinking I am getting too old, dealt with perfectionism, time management and so on, but what was happening in the process was that I was not fully being me. This is when I realized that I needed to stop researching other people and needed to start going within and start researching myself.

Truthfully, when we research others, stalk others (in a good way), and compare - it keeps us from truly finding our true authentic selves. When I want to write about something, create something - I don't research others. Why? Because it keeps me from fully being in the present moment; I get distracted. Granted, I will look at other artists, paintings, art journals and sketches to receive inspiration and get a *feel* of how things are designed and created, yes, but overall - I try really hard to stay focused by looking within. 

I read online articles all the time for inspiration and learning. I read books constantly about business, creativity and spirituality: I am always in learning mode; a student of life. The internet is at our fingertips, filled with inspiration and those who inspire us are our teachers, mentors, community, tribe, friends and so on. I think it is SO important to look towards others for inspiration, but while we are trying to create our own unique path, it is OK to take a step back and search within our souls. Ask yourself this: How do you inspire yourself? How do you inspire others?

Who are you? What is your favorite color? If your favorite color is purple, well, there should be some splash of purple on your website. Remember, this is YOUR dream, too! Create a playground for yourself where you find yourself absorbed in it every day. Trust me, the more you play and show enthusiasm, the more others will jump into your sand box!

Never stop dreaming. Ralph Waldo Emerson reminds us, Life is a journey; not a destination.

Monday, August 4, 2014

Dreamboard Journaling

"The entrepreneur is essentially a visualizer and an actualizer. He can visualize something, and when he visualizes it he sees exactly how to make it happen." Robert L. Schultz

Dream Boards are one of the most fun, creative and powerful journaling tools to work with. My first time knowing about vision boards was in Kindergarten. How many of you remember having to cut out magazine cut-outs for a project? Or your own kids coming home asking if they can rip apart your magazine for a dream project about their future?

The first time I read about dream/vision boards for adults was when I read the book Simple Abundance by Sara Ban Breathnach back in 1995: back then, I was doing the typical Dream Kitchen and Home pictures. Not too long after that, I found our lovely and inspiring Creative Living Coach Jamie Ridler where Full Moon Dream Boards came to life and exploded into Cyberspace: this is where our dream passion comes full circle.

Not too long after that, Pinterest was created and Pin Boards became a place for crafts, creativity, dreams, recipes, DIY and so much more! However, many have their opinions about vision boards, do they really work? Are they simply a delusional way of dreaming? In the article, For Some, Vision Boards (Don't Always) Work, it states, "I believe that the REAL power of the manifestation board is in the 'putting it away' phase-the letting GO!" I like that - Letting Go!

When I create vision boards, I combine it with writing. I create a board with some pictures and then I write an intention. I will journal about what my creation/vision means to me and may add an action plan and goals to the mix. For easy storage and organization, I use a hardcover journal; keeping it small so that way my mind is focused in on the intention more so than the beautiful pictures (although they are very inspiring, but, for me, it is a way to stay focused): simply do what works for you.

Here are some tips:

  • Draw a line across the page: above is the dream board and below is the writing. This is a great format as when you look at the page, your pictures are right there in front of your eyes without having to look *down.*
  • Try to focus in on one area as dream boards have become so broad and many use it for healing purposes as well as animal medicine, eating habits, vacations and so on.
  • Gather your thoughts about what it is you want to create and write about them.
  • Set the tone: grab a favorite beverage, light a candle and gather your magazines and art supplies.
  • Create your own rendition of what a dream board is suppose to look like. Add stickers, paints, glitter and so on.
There are so many ways to create vision boards. Let your imagination take over and have fun with it. Be authentic! Design something and create a board like no other; try using a Canvas and Mod Podge. Enjoy the process and simply Let Go! You can also read Vision Boards: Do They Really Work? 

Saturday, August 2, 2014

Book Reviews-Reiki

If you have a genuine love for animals then Animal Reiki by Elizabeth Fulton and Kathleen Prasad is for you! This amazing book about Reiki for animals offers an array of information that includes true animal stories, Reiki for Animals, Distant Reiki, and how to communicate with animals.

Elizabeth Fulton explains in detail how to give animals Reiki, what to look for, how to detect whether they are accepting it or not, and how to respect their space. Filled with amazing stories from cats, dogs, deers, horses, to chickens; this book is a must have for all animal lovers alike.
For more information visit Elizabeth Fulton and Kathleen Prasad.



The Complete Reiki Tutor by Tanmaya Honervogt is a great companion to have with you at all times when teaching and giving Reiki treatments. Tanmaya Honervogt covers every aspect when it comes to self-healing, all Reiki Levels, Dis-ease, common ailments, healing the spirit and becoming a Reiki Practitioner.

This book is filled with amazing pictures, hands-on positions, and covers all grounds within the Reiki world of energy healing. I highly recommend this book to all that are interested in becoming and those who are Reiki Masters.

 If you are ready for spiritual healing then you must read Reiki for Spiritual Healing by Brett Bevell. This amazing book *A Doorway to Spiritual Awakening* is an open path towards true self-healing. My favorite and hearfelt part of this book is the Forgiveness Reiki Symbols and Healing.

Bevell believes that the word and term Forgiveness, at times has been misused. He states, " This misuse of the term forgiveness - implying that a person should simply "get over" past wrongs-does not come from a real place, a Divine Place." He then continues, "Divine forgiveness does not try to cover up the wound or pretend that it isn't there. Divine forgiveness does something entirely different: it creates an emotional bridge to understanding how and why the events occurred."

This book offers amazing Reiki Treatment which includes Karma with Lotus Reiki - releasing karmic debris from your energy system and Steps on how to work with a Reiki Healing Grid.If you are on a journey towards self-healing or if you are a Reiki Master then this book is for you!

Reiki For Life by Penelope Quest is an amazing handbook for those who are interested in learning what Reiki is about and how to apply it to oneself. She offers an amazing amount of information pertaining to its history, all three levels, self-healing, cleansing, spiritual growth, and how to start your own business as a practitioner.

Quest expresses her thoughts about healing and positive thoughts and actions. When applying Reiki and looking towards a holistic and metaphysical view of healing, she states, "What you resist, persists and you get out what you put in." She then states, "If you are constantly thinking and talking negatively about something you do not want or do not like, you will constantly be re-creating it because you are still putting your conscious energy into it (that is, resisting it) so of course it will not go away. Nothing will change until you - 'change your mind.'"

This is an amazing book for those who are interested in becoming a Reiki Master/Teacher. However, this book or any book for that matter will not make you a Master, but this is a great tool to use while learning and becoming a practitioner.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Book Proposal Tips

In today's world of publishing and the internet, it is way different from when I was writing to sell. With e-zines, blogs and submission these days - our work flies into cyberspace, but many are still wanting to try the old-fashioned way of publishing; traditional style.

You may have the one-of-a-kind book idea of the year, but you'll need a well-written proposal to get an agent or editor to even look at your work: unless they ask for it - your work will be thrown into the trash pile. 

A book proposal is a selling and marketing tool to help sell your work to editors and agents. Many years ago, my husband and I signed up for the Enlightened One Minute Millionaire (today it seems to be way different from when we signed up back in 2004) and we had choices of businesses, careers and genres to choose from: I chose Writing and Publishing and one of the courses to choose from was *How To Write a Million Dollar Book Proposal.*

There are many ways to write a book proposal and lots of information out there, but doing this myself for many years, I embraced reading lots of writing books, taking writing courses and reaching out to others - I have received much feedback from editors and publishing houses as well as from writing coaches and the like.

Here are some tips:

Overview (1 - 3 pages)

•Why is this book important? 
•What benefits does the book offer readers? 
•The length of the book. 
•Markets for the book (your audience). 
•The title and subtitle. 
•Anecdotes, pictures, exercises, journal section etc. 
•Special introduction if someone else is writing it for you. 
•Resources to finish the book.

Competitive Analysis (1 - 2 pages)

List 4 - 5 books that are similar to yours. Write one short paragraph each supplying the full title, subtitle, author, publishing year, publisher, price of book, and how many pages. List the difference between their book and yours. What are their shortcomings? What are they missing? At the bottom of the page write a short paragraph explaining how different your book is and what your book offers that they don't offer. This is where you are "selling" your idea up against others who are already published.

About The Author (1 page)

In a nutshell, what qualifies you to write this book. This page is a bio of your writing and subject expertise. This is where you have the opportunity to sell yourself as a writer and author. List your achievements, writing experience, and your experience within the subject you are writing about. Mention if you are currently researching for another book.

Marketing Strategy ( 1 - 8 pages)

Let the truth be told, publishing houses don't have the time to sell the book for you. The author is the one who has to go out there and sell his or her work. Without a good marketing plan, you can kiss your book idea good-bye. Simply design a 22-point marketing strategy plan that will help sell your book. Sit down and freewrite ways to market your book. Who is your audience? How are you going to reach them? Make sure that your marketing plan coincides with your audience. You don't want to sell "How To Care For Farm Animals" to those who live in Manhattan. Be realistic that will allow you to reach your marketing goals. Examples of realistic goals: invest in a website, blog, and reach out to the media.

Chapter-by-Chapter Outline (1 - 8 pages)

This area allows you to break down each chapter and write about it. You're not to write about the subject or book, but briefly explain what each chapter is about in a nutshell.

Sample Chapter (30 - 50 pages or 2 chapters)

This doesn't have to be the first chapter, but make sure it's your best chapter! This is where the editors will see the full writing of your manuscript. Choose the best chapters you find most thrilling and include them in your book proposal. 

*This takes a lot of time to complete. Patience and good writing is the utmost importance and always find someone to critique your work before sending it out.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Automatic Writing

"And it is you spirit-with will and energy, and virtue and purity-that I want, not alone with your brittle frame."  Charlotte Bronte', Jane Eyre

Automatic writing is an amazing way to channel your higher self, spirit guides and passed loved ones. It's when you allow spirit to communicate through you and allow your unconscious mind to take over your writing. This form of writing is a great way to tap into your higher wisdom and a wonderful way to allow your true essence to surface.

Believe it or not, many of us have experienced automatic writing without even realizing it. Have you ever wrote in a journal, an article, on a blog and found yourself just pouring out words as if something took over? Do you find yourself writing a piece and then unable to write it again? Have you ever created a piece of art but unable to create the same work again?

Here are some tidbits on how to get started:

Setting The Tone

  • Light a candle
  • Start with a mini-meditation
  • Try visualization and breathing techniques
  • Call forth your angel guides and spirit guides. Ask for their guidance
Chakra Connection:

The crown chakra (Sanskrit: Sahasrara) is located at the top of the head. It is known as the *open door* where spiritual awareness is received. Connecting to our energy fields/chakras is an easy task. Close your eyes and focus on the area above your head. Visualize a white light surrounding the area similar to a Halo. Release any thoughts and simply allow yourself to envision a beaming white light. 


Ask and you shall receive:

Ask your angel guides to surround you in a white bubble for protection and keep a Black Tourmaline or Black Onyx near your area. With any type of meditation and spiritual work, share your intentions with the universe and spirit guides. Release your ego and allow the answers to come through.


The Writing Process:

On a piece of paper or computer, write a question (I prefer handwritten myself). Allow the information to download and flow with ease without taking pen off the paper. Try not to think too hard and write down what comes to mind: even if it's one word, write it down.

There are several ways to do automatic writing. One is allowing spirit to communicate through you or it can be used as a meditative state (I prefer the meditative state) where you write down what you feel and hear intuitively: your higher self. Similar to meditation, you simply let go of idle chatter and thoughts as you allow your inner self-awareness to take over.

Automatic writing in a nutshell is simply writing without thinking. Everyone has their own way of doing this kind of work; find a system that works best for you. If you fear or don't have any desire to allow spirit to communicate through you, the meditative state writing is a great alternative. 

Friday, July 18, 2014

Book Reviews-Intuition

Through my journey, a friend handed me The Return of Intuition by Kathryn Harwig. At first, I thought it was about how to *tap* into one's intuition, not a chance. This book is an amazing book about women who hit the second half of their lives; fifty and over who have awakened.

 Harwig states, "It seems there are two factors in developing intuition in midlife. One is a crisis or ocurrence that triggers a type of awakening. The other is taking the time (either because of depression or illness or awareness) to allow yourself to cultivate it."

A little book of wisdom is filled with anecdotes of women who have been awaken in their later years of life. Harwig has a gentle way of comforting her readers when she talks about intuition and seeing, hearing, or feeling Spirits. She shares stories about how other women felt when they first experienced these gifts.

The truth is, I needed this book! Things happen for a reason and it was put in my hands as I am one of those women (not fifty yet as I am an old soul who is always about ten years ahead of herself).

If you are someone who is a *sensitive* or someone who's experiencing depression, an awakening, a stronger sense of intuition and the spirit world - then this book is for you!


For more information check out Kathryn Harwig at her website.

Ignite Your Psychic Intuition by Teresa Brady is an amazing book that takes you through the alphabet from A to Z on how to tap into your sixth sense. She offers fun exercises that allows the reader to strengthen their intuition, further their psychic abilities and explains in full detail the differences between the *Claires.*

As she takes us through the alphabet, she shares true stories about how others used their intuition to help themselves in their everyday lives. Brady is a practicing lawyer who uses her psychic abilities in her work. She uses her intuition/gut feelings to make the *right decisions.*

This amazing little pocketbook size book will take you on a journey and challenge you as you tap into your intuition through dreaming, keeping a journal, listening to music, eating right, meditating amongst other areas that ignites the third eye, peace and positive energy.

Visit Teresa Brady at her website.


If you are ready to tap into your intuition and learn to know and trust your Inner Guidance thenIntuition for Starters by J. Donald Walters is for you. Walters breaks down the differences between Subconscious, Consciousness, and Superconsciousness level.

He offers amazing meditative exercises to help reach your Superconscious level and how to tune into intuitive guidance. This small book is filled with valuable information such as The Trap of Superstition, How to Recognize False Guidance and The Art of Following Your Intuition.

If you are interested in furthering your intuitive abilities, this is a great place to start! Walters also offers amazing music that include Music To Awaken Superconsciousness.




If you are ready to look deep inside your soul and get in touch with your true intuition then you must read Intuitive Healing: 5 Steps to Physical, Emotional, and Sexual Wellness by Dr. Judith Orloff.

This book is a powerful tool that offers a step-by step guide to help you tap into your intuition that you already have. Many of us ignore our intuition, we are afraid to face what we truly know therefore ignore it. We all have an inner voice and it comes to a point in our lives when we need to start listening to it.

She offers steps to take within every healing challenge:

*Notice your beliefs.
*Be in your body.
*Sense your body's subtle energy.
*Ask for inner guidance.
*Listen to your dreams.

Capture the power within, grab your insights, take hold of your intution. One area I agree with Orloff is about how we, as humans tend to look outside ourselves as she states, "When something goes wrong frequently our first impulse is to look outside ourselves for someone to "fix" us. We get sick; we rush to the doctor. We become depressed; we call a therapist. We're in pain; we take a pill. It's fine to seek expertise-but we have it backwards. We need to look inside first. Really, it's not a big blank in there. Then act on what our wisdom tells us."


Orloff brings intuition into the healing arts as she talks about energy healing and spirituality. She is a firm believer in bringing spirituality into the healing process both naturally and traditionally with medical doctors.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Shadow Work

"The meeting of two personalities is like the  contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed." C.G. Jung

Shadow work is the most deep rooted, root canal work a person can dive into emotionally and spiritually. It is when someone is brutally honest with themselves with who they are, where their personal issues and emotions stem from, parts of themselves that they try to hide and deny, and how they can step outside their shadow and be free.

According to C.G. Jung, "The Shadow is that hidden, repressed, for the most part inferior and guilt-laden personality whose ultimate ramifications reach back into the realm of our animal ancestors and so comprise the whole historical aspect of the unconscious." He also defines the The Shadow as parts of the personality rejected by the ego.

Diving into shadow work is not an easy task. I know for myself when I do shadow work, panic attacks, anxiety, loss of breath takes over my whole body. I experience chills, sweat, and my hands tremble as if I am being attacked: attacked by my own shadow.

How does shadow work begin?

It begins by removing each layer of the shadow into the light. Embracing all of our selves like a peeled onion that leaves us filled with tears. Our shadow, for the most part, is filled with many faces including fear, anger, control, criticism, a feeling of weakness, shame, and guilt. It's the shadow self that keeps beating us up, knocking us down and keeping us from moving forward.

What to know before and during shadow work:

  • We're all human
  • No one is perfect
  • Everyone has their own shadow
  • Everyone faces fear and life challenges
  • People hide their true emotions
  • Each and everyone of us are looking for the same thing: true happiness
  • Everyone is on their own spiritual path
  • We are all one

Shadow work doesn't come easy, but the first step is to ask your shadow burning questions. These questions is where the dark steps into the light. If you are ready to start your own Shadow work and dive into awakening your soul - check out my FREE E-Course called, Awaken Your Soul.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Book Review: Positive Energy by Judith Orloff

Positive Energy - 10 Extraordinary Prescriptions for Transforming Fatigue, Stress & Fear Into Vibrance, Strength & Love by Judith Orloff should be the Bible for all Empaths and HSP. If I had this book at my fingertips early on, I would have saved myself a lot of grief and despair. At the young age of 40-something, this book has helped me to confirm that I am an empath and highly sensitive person.

Dr. Judith Orloff, an Energy Psychiatrist shares 10 Prescriptions on how to recognize and shield yourself from energy vampires. From the very beginning she states, "What good does it do to tell someone to get more sleep if you haven't shown them how to relax? This is why traditional advice about energy doesn't work. It's not your fault if you follow doctor's orders and still feel drained. You just need a more complete prescription."

Has your mother or father ever said that you were too sensitive? Do family and friends tell you to get thick skin and have some back bone? If so, you may want to read this book. Orloff states in the book, "Instead of seeing you as an intuitively gifted person who needs proper coping skills, you were labeled 'hysterical,' a 'hypochondriac,' or a 'complainer,' because no one knew what to make of your low energy, you suffered."

Orloff offers a choc-ful of exercises to help you work on your empath sensitivity. She incorporates breathing and meditation techniques as a way to ground and center yourself. She is a big believer in utilizing both traditional and alternative medicine. She states, "You can choose an Energy Medicine Practitioner who'll work along with your traditional health care team."

In Positive Energy, the Prescription include Awaken Intuition, Find a Nurturing Spiritual Path, Inspiration and Creativity, as well as Attracting Positive People and Situations. If you are someone who gets sucked into Energy Vampires and their drama, then this book is for you.

You don't have to be an Empath to be a victim of these energy sucking creatures. This book is for anyone who believes that they are truly dealing with Drama Queens, Victims, Blamers, and Narcissistic Personality Disorders. We all want peace of mind and peace within ourselves, but we need to start learning how to keep our circle small and it is OK to put our own needs and sanity first.