Paula’s Corner

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Dancing in Heaven

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Interesting, and often mysterious, things happen to people who work with people who are in the process of preparing to slip through the veil between life and death. I offer this true account of an experience I had once that … Continue reading

Back to Eden

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       Frequently when I go into a book store, in particular a used book store, I allow my intuition to guide me right to the book I need to read at that time.  It is amazing how many times I’ve … Continue reading

A Very Different Kind of Touch

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            No doubt about it—the jury is in:  Touch heals, strengthens, and nurtures.  A co-worker once shared with me that she witnessed a healing as a result of a dog’s touch.  She told me that when she was 16, she … Continue reading

End-of-Life Options Revisited

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            In our country, we have a few options when it comes to living our last chapters, barring a sudden, traumatic ending.  I’d like to discuss a few and give readers something else to think about when considering the options. … Continue reading

Headlines

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            Today, January 6, 2015, I decided to write some comments I have about a few of the headlines I read this morning on Huffington Post and Bing.  My home screen comes up with some headlines and pictures at the … Continue reading

Data for Future Generations

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As many of you know, I love to read and critique research articles of all kinds, and, in fact, one of my favorite web sites, EurekAlert!, publishes abstracts from many disciplines and I have been reading these abstracts for over … Continue reading

The International Death Café Movement

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            As many of you know, I have been conducting and facilitating death cafes since May of 2013.  To date, I have participated in about 12.  I love this work.  It is the culmination of my life’s passion and mission.  … Continue reading

Your Body Needs Plenty of Water

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            When you think about nutrition, what comes to mind?  Most people think of vitamins, minerals and protein, getting enough calcium and iron and reducing fat intake.  Because it is so commonplace, it’s easy to forget the most important nutrient … Continue reading

Mystical Experiences Versus NDE’s

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            In our Wednesday night class, we recently discussed mystical experiences and how to identify them.  Included in our materials was an article that appeared on the Unity web site by John Connor, a hospice chaplain, on typical aspects of … Continue reading