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Coming Full Circle: Healing Classes Offered at Deborah Ann's Rainbow

by Deborah Ann Hagen

Many years ago, I worked as a nurse. I was a great nurse, always well liked, good at what I did, very kind and very efficient. Unfortunately, I was too good and I burnt myself out.

I didn't take care of myself. I had no boundaries and couldn't say no to anyone. I literally worked until it pushed me into therapy. Once in treatment, I learned that the lack of boundaries and self-care were good reasons not to continue being a nurse.

During the worst part of my therapy, I was unable to take care of anyone, including myself.

Three or four years passed. I learned that it was okay to say no. That no one was perfect. That taking care of myself was a priority, and that I didn't have to be a nurse any longer if I didn't want to. However, after thirty years of being a nurse, what would I do?

Deborah Ann Hagen

Many ideas bounced around my head. One day, I read an ad in the newspaper saying, "Open Your Own Gift Shop This Weekend."

I found out the location of the shop and looked in the window. I felt the energy that was here.

The idea for my shop flowed immediately out of my pen. Without any background in retail, I opened the shop.


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Setting Aside Time to Bloom

by Kristen Magnacca

Seeing the beauty that April welcomes to Cape Cod each year started my mind thinking about the origin of the names of the months, as well as the Goddesses that they were named for…

June was named after the wife of Jupiter and the equivalent to the Greek goddess, Hera. She was known as the goddess of women and marriage.

Unabashed feminine energy, the Goddess of Spring and women and marriage! Wow! So much feminine energy pouring in just at the time when we need it!


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Taking Care of Ourselves:
A Wake-up Call

by Carolyn S. Ellis

"It's all in our bodies; we hold so much."
Thalia Pananides, muscular therapist

Taking care of ourselves. We all know it's important, but what does it take?

A cancer diagnosis with some chilling odds forced me to pay attention to my health in new ways. Beyond getting my annual physicals and dental check ups, I had to discover how to take care of my body, mind and spirit. I wasn't worried about pampering; I was working on staying alive.


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Lynne Delaney

A Message from Spirit

Channeled by Lynne Delaney

Shift Up from the Gear of Fear

Take note brave souls, grasp hold of your steering wheel in life with determination and shift up into a gear of smooth riding.


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Pam Russell,
Certified Holistic Health Counselor

Detox, lose weight and get healthy through food!

First consultation is free: includes complete health history and the development of a personalized plan.


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Kathy Kavanos

Cancer Q&A

Kathy O'Keefe Kanavos, a two-time cancer survivor, responds to your many concerns about Cancer.


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