creativity & inspiration
Posted: December 04, 2019
I first learned about Lynne Newman decades ago, from her cousin Claudia, our tech goddess at the time. When I think of how to describe Lynne, what comes to mind first is that she’s a very special and beautiful person, and so uniquely kind, I don’t know anyone like her.
Lynne would probably say her guided narratives come from ‘Guidance’ with the capital G. I would just say her material speaks to the hearts and souls of people – it’s immersive, authentic, generous, kind, and affirming, and people feel better for having listened to it. She has a dedicated following. Lots of people just get all 5 of her audios, because they feel like they’re being blessed as they listen.
Below is Lynne's story in her own words (or most of it – she’s lived through a lot, and it’s a miracle she’s walking and talking, let alone working as a happy, successful and beloved counselor.
Posted: November 25, 2019
"The science shows us that experiencing gratitude is linked to greater well-being and life satisfaction, both in the present and the longer-term. Plus, it just feels better to appreciate what we can." - Dr. Traci Stein
As Thanksgiving approaches, we here at Health Journeys took the time to reflect on what we're grateful for - and we'd like to know what's got you feeling thankful this holiday season too.
Posted: May 30, 2019Categories: Intuition, Ask Belleruth
I attended a PTSD workshop of yours. I’m wondering how one can interpret the symbols that may appear during an imagery exercise. For example, in one guided imagery exercise, you asked us to imagine someone or something giving us a present. So, a black stone in a little box was my gift. How can I know what that may mean? Or is it always highly personal? Are there resources you can suggest?
Posted: October 01, 2018Categories: Health Journeys Contributors
Dr. Traci Stein has been creating exceptional audios for Health Journeys for 8 years now, and for good reason - she is a mindfulness maven and master of behavioral change. This week on the blog, she shares some of her favorite tips for taking better care of yourself this time of year.
Posted: February 10, 2018Categories: Health Journeys Contributors
Most of us have other words for intuitive insights, such as hunches, vibes, and gut feelings. Some people describe these experiences as psychic and others shy away from the term.
Posted: February 05, 2018Categories: Ask Belleruth
My question has to do with a man at work who is meant for me, I knew it from the first time I saw him. How do I share this knowledge with him and allow him to see what I see?
Posted: February 05, 2018
How does Sally wake up knowing her beloved Grampa in Chicago has just died, even though the phone hasn’t rung, and she’s in Boston?
Why does the same idea or invention pop up simultaneously in several parts of the world, without any overt collaboration?
Posted: April 04, 2017Categories: Ask Belleruth
We got this question from a social worker who herself was experiencing a deeply unsettled transition time in her life, who wondered if we had anything recorded from BR’s book, Your Sixth Sense, to help her access more of her intuitive capacity to help her out.
I met you many years ago at a conference in Hilton Head.
I am entering/trying to create a new chapter in my life and wanting to return to and expand on my prior varied experiences with guided imagery, energy medicine and spirituality.
Posted: July 08, 2016Categories: Inspiring Stories
Willetta Thomson, a writer and retired counselor, found all kinds of ways to put guided imagery to good use. Her favorite thing was using it in a study group she began for ten people interested in developing their intuition and creativity… it resulted in some startling benefits for her. Here she tells us all about it in her own words.