Welcome to Wind & Wild Water

To get the full meaning of this blog, I’d like to share a quote from Absolem of Alice in Wonderland where the caterpillar brilliantly shares this:

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“We’re all vulnerable. Mix the wrong feelings together, the right kind of bad with the wrong kind of good, and you’ll wind up with a total breakdown.”  

I get that. What you read on this blog may occasionally be raw, but it will always be infinitely honest.  Forgive me if I misspell words!

My decision for this blog is to link only to Facebook.  That keeps this blog authentic while allowing the simplicity of truthful fun tidbits of sharing to remain unencumbered by the magnetic pull of social media. It has a sneaky ability to make us feel judged by how many hits and likes we receive.

I love the strange naked truths of events that hurt and heal precisely at the same time.  The unusual, the unknown, and the weird quickly get our attention and somehow seem to make sense in crazy diabolical ways. This “Out-Of-The-Box” thinking is powerful, transforming, startling, and personally empowering.  It’s a significant change-maker for humanity and refreshingly real.

happiness-1866081_1280Most of the posts on this page come from the mysterious musings that roll around in my head. About the strange, naturally occurring dichotomies of life.  If you look closely, bizarre situations and occurrences have two parts.  Most of the time, those two parts are mutually exclusive of each other and/or completely contradictory.  It is from that place that life is the most interesting  – and the strangest. What are the two parts?  What you understood and what you didn’t.

I’m a Doctor of Natural Health and I offer in-person natural healing consultations right here in Two Harbors.  I also provide meetings and classes through the Zoom Platform to allow interaction with others from a computer.

Ready to learn how to be smitten with life?  Let’s get started.

Dr. Deb