Tag: death

The Mystical Christ: Life on the Edge

Recently, I read a review of The Infiltrator, a movie starring Bryan Cranston about Robert Mazur, an undercover FBI agent whose work led to...

What Happened the day of Prince’s Death?

As more information in the details surrounding the death of Prince are starting to be shared with the public, I feel this is time...

What Chronic Lyme Disease taught me about Life

After years of searching for why I was always in pain, I was finally correctly diagnosed with Chronic Lyme Disease when I searched more...

Press This Button and Start Anew

On December 19, 2014, my mother died -- again. As I ponder the event, and reflect on the twice-happened amazing miracle of death and...

Will Anyone Notice?

Leaders of major religions worldwide will view this article with righteous indignation and disavowal -- and it may fall on deaf ears of billions...

The New Year’s Resolution with Flair, Finesse and FUNctionality!

New Year's resolutions are a long-held tradition, marking new beginnings and renewed commitments for more of what we hope for, but fell short of...

A Spiritual Perspective on Caring for a Senior or Dying Pet

This article is based on my own experiences with caring for senior and dying pets. I take a spiritual perspective and share three things...

Experience your life review now

How many times have you said to yourself, "If I only knew what he/she was thinking?" Don't worry, you will find out. When your body...

In Memorial: Insiah Vawda Beckman

Insiah Vawda Beckman of Ramsey, MN, passed away on October 24, 2015. Insiah was a mentor to many people in the Holistic community. In...

In Memorial: Carl Llewellyn Weschcke

Carl Llewellyn Weschcke, 85, passed peacefully on Saturday, Nov. 7 surrounded by family. He was Chairman and the driving force behind Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.,...

A Message from the Circle of Life Angel

The loss of a loved one we hold close to our hearts may be one of the most difficult things we ever encounter in...

Dr. Wayne Dyer dies at 75

Wayne W. Dyer, Ph.D., author of 30 books, died late Saturday, his family and publisher said. He was 75. A posting on Dyer's Facebook...

Hospice Care experience offers needed Validation

I had been thinking about becoming a hospice volunteer for a while. It would come to me as a passing thought every now and...

Are Imaginary Friends actually visits from Deceased Loved Ones?

Thirtysomething years ago, when my kids made comments about their "imaginary friends" -- making visits, having conversations, joining us on outings -- we accepted...

Spirit Leaves: Embracing Death

The question is stunning, isn't it: What happens when we die? Do emotions, thoughts and memories we've gathered all these years suddenly grind to...

Thankful for a Moment to say Goodbye

My husband, Tim, died peacefully in my arms. A true gift. A true honor. Because we confronted his death with conscious awareness, I'm no...

Consciousness in Dying: The Story of Jack Heckelman

My first husband, Paul, and my daughter Kirsten, both died suddenly, so when my second husband, Jack, was diagnosed with fourth-stage lung cancer, I...