Hello and Welcome to my shiny new website!

I am new to this blogging thing, so please forgive my utter lack of sense and style.

The purpose of this blog is to give you a little more information about Reflexology, Reiki, and Vibrational Healing, as well as give you a chance to get to know me and ask me a few questions. I would love this blog to evolve into a discussion with you about health, life, and the nature of our quantum reality.  I certainly don’t have all the answers, but I love researching and will do my best to find the cutting edge research to back up my seemingly “woo-wooey, airy-fairy nonsense”.

My background in science may seem to be a contrast to my work at LunaHolistic, but as more research is conducted in the fields of physics, biology and psychology there is more information out there to validate my complimentary healing work. This blog will act as a resource for you to find answers to big questions, or maybe to just start asking questions.

I am also on a healing journey of my own and I will share what I am learning along the way. No one is an island, as the saying goes, and my life has been filled with some amazing teachers and complimentary practitioners. It is my absolute pleasure to introduce you to some of the characters that have lit up my life.

One of my new projects is to do a knitting meditation, which I will blog as I go.  Several years ago I went to a Tibetan monk who gave me a task of reciting a budhhist mantra 100,000 times within 3 years.  Well… it has been over three years and I have recited the mantra about 100 times.  As a recovering perfectionist I have a hard time letting a challenge go unanswered.  I have recently picked up my knitting and an idea just clicked on.  I was reluctant to start something as big as 100,000 mantra recitations because I didn’t think I could possibly finish it. But when I’m knitting, I make essentially the same stitch over and over thousands and thousands of times.  Knitting has never seemed like an impossible task to me. It goes fast or slow depending on how often I pick up my needles.  It is fun and I love the sense of accomplishment at making something real.  So it clicked in for me to recite one mantra for each stitch in a shawl that is 108 stitches wide by 1000 rows long.

I have no idea how long it will take or how huge this shawl will be.  I am both an average knitter and meditator. Part of the fun is to see what I experience and part of the lesson is to not get attached to the results. I will keep you posted.