In order to protect patients and their families, Window of Heaven Acupuncture & Yoga, Inc. will be closed for in-person appointments until the COVID-19 pandemic threat has passed. Courtney is available for phone consults until reopening.

Authentic Self

M.Schreiber

Housekeeping: The Body As Our Primary Residence

My garden has reached the point where complete strangers actually stop and take pictures of it. I’m not saying that out of excessive pride, I’m revealing that so you understand the jungle-like quality of a full sun garden in one of the best growing seasons in years. My zucchinis and tomatoes are almost threatening to …

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Self-Inquiry: Free May Meditation Series Post #3

Today’s meditation examines the witnessing self and invites the participant to engage deeply in authentic, honest self-inquiry. When we are capable of recognizing our self worth we may begin to understand what we have to offer the world. If you enjoyed today’s meditation try the other FREE meditations. Week #1: Self-Love Week #2: Self-Forgiveness Copyright: …

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Self-Appreciation In The Middle Of Change

Last week I wrote a post about Dread. It wasn’t too uplifting, but it was real. You know by now that I’m determined to be honest about this process of living. My history with seasonal affective disorder always renders October a trying month, yet each year I am baffled by the crumbling of the spirit, …

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Attracting Abundance: Window of Heaven Gets A New Office

In the fall of 2006 I started reading, studying and vaguely practicing the Law of Attraction and exploring the philosophic concepts of attracting Abundance. The Law of Attraction was quite easy to believe when I was on the brink of disaster and could see light spots amidst true darkness. Somehow I tapped into some universal …

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Moving Toward Contentment (Guest Post)

Today’s guest post comes from a local friend and writer, Leah Dunham. She is sharing her all too common story of her postpartum period. Thanks Leah, for the courage to tell your story. As a child I often imagined myself as a capable mother.  My sister and I played “house” with our cabbage patch dolls for …

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Intimacy Among Strangers: Finding Unexpected Connections On The Sidewalk

For those of you who have yet to experience it there is a new street musician playing downtown in Northampton. For those of you who don’t normally waltz the streets of our little town allow me to share that the quality of street musician is quite unusual. Given the five colleges and a large artistic …

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