Some of you may not know I am a writer and a Doctor of Natural Health.  I share that information to set the stage as you begin to read the words that follow.  I have struggled for some time on how to blend both “parts” of me together, and today, I discovered that I no longer need to blend them together because they sustain both me and each other – they are a natural blend.  I now choose to present them to the world differently – in the form of mind-stretching writings about healing among other things while continuing to personally heal those who seek it – in perfect balance and harmony.

The following is from my journal where I
finally discovered what already existed naturally. 

25086713_m“Nature and natural have been part of me from the beginning of my life.  As I grew older and created and carried the burdens of survival and safety, as well as the beliefs and illusions that come with them, I began to people-please and hide to remain safe.  During this time, my core values – the truth of me – were swept aside so I could become what I needed to be to survive and co-exist in my everyday chaotic world.

Recently, in the space of a micro-second, I remembered that as a child I played in dirt, ate dirt, and loved to drink water from rivers that contained small visible particles of decaying leaf matter, some sand, a smidge of slime and a big dose of healthy nourishment and mysterious things that used to exist in those rivers.  It never harmed my tummy.

It is called “wild water”. I’d sit by the river and study how it forcefully tumbled and tossed its way around boulders and created angry foam along the edges. My soul would ride the water for a bit and when I was thirsty, I drank from the river. It was a wonderful fulfilling visceral experience on an instinctual level. That was my truth back then in spite of the cruelty that existed in my life.

The happiness and contentment of those moments frequently sneak into my conscience memory. Back then, wild water contained all the elements of life in a healthy form. Through reflection and self-discovery, today I choose to begin drinking “wild water” again, to rebuild my soul, redesign my life and support my purpose. Through wild water I will sustain my energy, my path, and introduce to the world my natural intuitive ability to deeply perceive the healing needs and beauty that lives within the souls of all people.

I am a guide and advocate for the people who are lost, forgotten or ignored that may have by choice or circumstance, forgotten how to be healthy and whole. And as such, together, in gentle collaboration, we will begin the journey of discovering the personal quintessence of balance that is exists within all people and bring light into the darkness.

My life’s purpose is to reach out as far as possible to guide and empower others to become healthy, balanced and fully present in this world. One moment at a time – one person at a time.  Naturally.”

5 thoughts on “Writing with Passion – Healing with Purpose

  1. I’m touched by the flow of your words – wild water, still water – who else is capable of touching the afraid-to-be-touched if not you, Debbie. Your life, your words are worth spreading. love Monika

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    1. It is from the core of my soul. Actually, I think I’ll “re-post” it. I think there are lots of people who would find support in healing from those words. Thanks for the LIKES!! and I’m REALLY excited about the Wakeful Wednesdays!!! A little help goes a long way. I am honored to know you Ipuna Black. 🙂

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