June/July 2007
Trusting Inner Wisdom
August/September 2007
Beyond The Road Most Traveled

Copyright 2007 by Holistic Discoveries

Copyright 2007 by Holistic Discoveries

Lil's Corner
Lillian F. Bernhagen R.N., M.A., H.C. 

Anxiety
Pam Popper, Ph.D., N.D.

Inner, Outer or Everywhere Wisdom
Leigh Randolph, DDS., M.S.

Is the Wisdom in the Question?
John A. McMullin, H.C.

Life and the Great Chain of Being
Nick Petruzella, Ph.D.

Living Inside Out
Victoria A. Vetere, Ph.D., H.C.

Paint it Green!
L. Lexie Tyus, L.I.S.W.

Tapping Your Inner Wisdom
Diane Rankin, M.A.

The Healing Voice Within
Nancy Addison, H.H.C.

The Holy Spirit of Intuition
Sister Pat Rooks

Trust Your Inner Wisdom and Keep Both Feet on the Ground
Paul Linden, Ph.D.

Trusting Inner Wisdom
Annetta "Nettie" Morse

Wisdom, Semantics and Neurosis
Greg Mack, CES, MATCs, RTSm

 

 

 

Trusting Inner Wisdom

Welcome to our June and July publication dedicated to the process of trusting inner wisdom.  Many of us have learned the illusion of power through attachment and emotional investment to the outside world that includes possession and control dramas. 

In this bimonthly issue, we ask our authors to express their life experiences and protocol to look inward and trust the inner wisdom of self.  Everything in our life teaches us to believe in the values of others and struggle to meet the expectations of our society, families and loved ones.  

Perhaps, the most profound love of all is a process of holding great reverence for our own journey and embracing our own unique journey and the consequences of external attachment.  As you read the enclosed articles, we would greatly appreciate your reflections, thoughts and feelings about the authors’ experiences.   

We also invite you to read the enclosed advertisements and let the advertisers know how much you appreciate their support of Holistic Discoveries.  

Blessings,
John McMullin

 

Lil's Corner
Lillian F. Bernhagen R.N., M.A., H.C. 

The Old Dirt Road
Sister Pat Rooks

Living Beyond the Road Most Traveled
Victoria A. Vetere, Ph.D., H.C.

Living Beyond the Road of Stress
Kim Dorniden, H.C.

Musings of a Motorcycle Mystic
Diana Rankin, M.A.

Beyond the Road Most Traveled
L. Lexie Tyus, L.I.S.W.

The Invisible Road
Leigh Randolph, D.D.S., M.S.

Living in the Realms Beyond the Road Most Traveled
John A. McMullin, H.C.

Skinny Dipping in the Pool of Thought
Annetta "Nettie" Morse

The Road of Becoming Selfless
John A. McMullin, H.C.

Natural Solutions for Better Health
Larry Pahl, L.M.T.

Autobiography in Five Short Chapters
Portia Nelson

Following the Road Less Traveled
Paul Linden, Ph.D.

Red Wine for Health?
Pam Popper, Ph.D., N.D.

The Road Not Taken
Robert Frost

Many of us remember the great wisdom M. Scot Peck shared in his world renowned book of wisdom called The Road Less Traveled.  The authors of this publication have drafted on his wisdom and created concepts of living beyond the road most traveled.  

The agreement with self to live outside of the value box we perceived from our communities and families creates an interesting conflict within our own ego about compliance, defiance, and attunement to true self. Learning who we are beyond the definition of what others project onto us has the duality of fear and freedom.  

On behalf of the staff of Holistic Discoveries, may we invite you to discover yourself in the powerful articles included in this publication and let us know how you experienced yourself living beyond the road most traveled.  

The people and organizations that support this publication through their advertising would appreciate your acknowledgment and patronage.  

Blessings,
John A. McMullin