Conversations with Kirsten is a talk about our lives as healers, neighbors, and family members living in what I call “the Covid19 hour.” My questions are have we changed or are we in the process of changing?Who are we now? …Continue reading →
This week’s podcast is with Melissa Kim Corter. We talk about shamanism and several other therapies known to man and woman. And we also talk about money and how to get it. Listen in on our conversation. Money Conversations: Own …Continue reading →
Brain Drops is a new segment I’m introducing that allows for a monologue of subjects near and dear to my heart like trees and their healing powers. This is a bonus segment that will be published at my discretion and in between the regularly scheduled interviews.
If you think you have to be young and fit to take on a new adventure, then you will be pleasantly surprised by the story of Steve Adams, a 61 year old, out of shape, English man who decided to …Continue reading →
This interview is the fourth in a series of four we are calling “Energy Healer Why, When, Where, and How.”
Magda will be interviewing four energy healers that work in her tradition Niasziih Healing. This fourth interview in the series is with Brian Sullivan a healer, bodyworker, and teacher. Brian has a healing practice in Tuxedo, New York. He participates in Clinics to help introduce Niasziih Healing to his community.
These are some of the questions I’ll be asking Brian during this interview.
What do you want to share with us today? Why did you decide to become a healer (or whatever you consider your title?)
Who were your favorite teachers or mentors?
What are your favorite healing books?
Why should people work with healers?
Is it essential is it to have a relationship with complementary medicine caregivers?
What is the most powerful thing a client can do to help themselves while they are with you in your office?
How important is meditation to you personally and in your practice?
What do you look for when you first begin working with a client?
How do you work with clients? How often do you see clients?