Today, Acupuncture for Your Soul introduces Marti Matthews……Marti Matthews, friend to many, a mother and grandmother, writer, spiritual explorer, counselor. Her book Pain: The Challenge and the Gift, on the psychology and spirituality of suffering, was praised by Dr. Elisabeth Kubler Ross, Dr. Bernie Siegel, Dr. Norman Shealy and Madeleine L’Engle. She was raised in western Michigan where she learned to love nature and music. She has lived in the Chicago area all her adult life, where her mind and friendships could expand limitlessly. She has been a member of the Religious Society of Friends since 1979, is now also a Unitarian, has studied Zen, Feminine Spirituality, Spiritualism, and the New Age teachings of Continue reading →
Today I introduce Sharon Kirk: After settling Zube and Lyle’s home estate, Sharon Kirk spent four years in the White Mountains whee she became the principal and teacher in a charter elementary school. She made long-lasting friendships in Show Low/Lakeside and Tucson and continued to study integrative medicine. She was present when her mother died peacefully in her home. For the past 12 years she has renovated her home to become a healthy sustainable systems environment; has been staff and event planner at Washington and Lee University; served on many sustainable education and local farm committees. She is on the Board for the Healthy Foods Coop. Here is a part of Sharon’s Continue reading →
Good Morning Acupuncture for Your Soul Readers, Friends and Family,
First of all thank you Mary Markham for commenting on the blog. It’s greatly appreciated. Today, I would like to introduce Jenn Morgan and thank her for her contribution to Acupuncture for Your Soul. Here is Jenn’s story:
Jenn Morgan is a single mom working to balance two amazing children and a full time career. She is the behind-the-scenes mechanic blending linear processes and creative thinking to keep projects running smoothly in high gear. She finds strength and peace in family and close friends. Her mom and dad and aunt are her biggest role models. From all three, she learns dedication, patience and persistence.