Blessings of CoVid-19

BlessingI was recently on a Zoom call and someone asked the question, “What are the blessings you’ve received from the coronavirus?” Honestly, the question took me aback, because there’s been so much focus on the negative. Even though I don’t feel like I’ve personally lived in the negativity, I wasn’t prepared to list my blessings. After taking some time to reflect, here’s a few things I’m grateful for:

  • Playing my pedal harp to “send out” peace and calm energetically every day.
  • A deeper connection/relationship with my friends and support system.
  • Easing up on Mother Earth (reduced pollution, cleaner waters, less frenetic busy-ness, etc.)
  • Daily walks in nature and breathing in fresh air. (I’m also so glad the pandemic “hit” in mid-March vs. mid-January in Minnesota!)
  • Connecting daily with people I had lost touch with or hadn’t connected with for a long time.
  • Meditating daily to help fill “the field” with love and peace.
  • Cleaning. Cleaning. Cleaning. My house feels lighter and more organized, and I love this feeling!
  • Working with my harp therapy students. As we have connected each week, we spend the first few minutes of each lesson processing our CoVid experiences, as well as mutually supporting each other.
  • Working on a couple exciting, new creative projects!
  • Time to enhance and deepen my self-care practice.

I could go on … I’m amazed at how long the list already is! What’s on your list of CoVid blessings? As we “hold space” for the struggles and pain of CoVid, we can also be grateful. I invite you to reflect on your CoVid blessings (if you haven’t already done so)…

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“Sounds of Healing” on-line learning + CEUs

Sounds of HealingThe new “Sounds of Healing for Wellness Professionals” on-line course is now available for $58. A brief description is healing music can play a unique role, augmenting one’s self-care methods and contributing richness to one’s personal healing journey. This experiential course will explore how music nurtures you, the healer/wellness professional, and those you serve. Tami Briggs, therapeutic harpist, weaves together practical tips, powerful stories and plays musical examples, demonstrating music’s role in wellness—for yourself and those you serve.

The course objectives include:

  • Explore musical applications that support your wellness practice, and optimize you and your clients’ well-being.
  • Discuss the benefits of incorporating sound healing in your wellness practice.
  • Experience a musical journey where you can reflect, relax, and renew, with specific applications to the healer’s personal journey and self-care.

Go to this link to learn more:  https://courses.centerwithin.com/p/sounds-of-healing-for-wellness-professionals.

Two continuing education units (CEUs) are available for many healers, so you get the benefits of learning + obtaining your needed credits.

Feel free to reach out if you have questions or need additional information. I look forward to connecting!

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