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Marta Davidovich Ockuly is the Chief Inspiration Officer & Founder of Joy of Quotes which offers delicious and wondrous word soup.  She has gathered together wisdom from around the world and invites readers to drink deep. She excitedly shares:  “I live […]

The first time I met Melanie Eatherton, she was behind the counter of her family owned Bucks County bakery. Celtic music wafted side by side with luscious smells and yummy treats.  Melanie’s smile and warmth was part of the appeal. […]

Generosity of the heart is free as the wind.  One wise woman and her merry band of volunteers have hearts that overflow with the spirit of givng and love. Terry Grahl is the founder of a remarkable organization called Enchanted Makeovers. Her […]

  Stash Serafin came into my life in the late 80’s or early 90’s, if memory serves. What moved me the most about him was how he literally moved through the world with heart wide open and a glowing smile […]

  A few months ago, I had the serendipitous joy of meeting a woman who embodies bliss. Gael Chiarella Alba RYT – HYT – describes herself as an “author, speaker, spoken word artist, happy camper, founder of Yokibics.” I had […]

  Jeff Brown is a sculptor and his medium consists of nouns and verbs that he lovingly carves with finely honed tools. The results are exquisite word creations that truly belong in a museum. I am in awe each time […]

  Ani Kaspar’s greatest bliss is “living deeply, wholly and magnificently my true Self, or my authentic Soul, moment to moment, breath to breath. An unbound life of freedom, grace and love is who I am as a blissful embodiment […]

  Boldly dancing across the top of her website flash the words: Envision Your Possibilities! Marsh Engle is a woman afire with passion and purpose. Just being in her sphere, it is nearly impossible to feel anything less than inspired. […]

  KAren Swain felt like a natural for the Bliss Blog, since she works with energies that she calls Blissful Beings. Her name is pronounced ‘car-in’ and is spelled the way you see it, since her mother wanted to be […]

A few years ago, I came across a modality known as Reconnective Healing. I hestitate to call it a ‘technique’, since that would be too narrow a description.  Eric Pearl had a thriving chiropractic practice in California and after a series […]