As Marggie Hatala began her independent work with those facing serious illness and end of life, she began as an “End of Life Consultant”. Listen to this 2015 podcast interview by Going Home with Tony, to better understand the very sacred and meaningful work she offers. https://www.blogtalkradio.com/goinghomewithtony/2015/07/30/end-of-life-issues-made-easier-with-marggie-hatala?fbclid=IwAR0-WDqscQNe0pHn9et2bNPLG6z5bA_hduXdafejqPc2PDWYm4NIUksPgWc  

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Engage 4-6 friends, coworkers, or members of your church family to create your private monthly  online writing circle Subscriptions are now available for private groups that will form deep bonds through self-exploration in the safety of your circle Groups are led by Marggie Hatala, Author, Inner Life Coach, Life Doula using meditation, breath work, and…

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Life Doula Support Reduces Intensity and Anxiety for Families The following content appeared in the Press Times’ Wise Living column on Friday, October 30. The Press Times is a Green Bay area publication that runs weekly. Visit their website at https://gopresstimes.com/contact-us/ Dear Wise Living, My mother has been chronically ill with Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) for…

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The Voice Within Us

Hearing the words Inner Life evokes our own personal image of what that means. For each of us this image is unique and a composite of our upbringing, life experiences, culture, even our own personality. Our Inner Life is our spirit…our uniqueness….our connection to more than our body and outer life. Our Inner life is…

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grace

Merely speaking the word grace, I find myself breathing more deeply. I feel my focus settling inward rather than on the many concerns of my life. With these, peace bubbles up from somewhere beyond my conscious mind. Did I invite grace just by speaking its name? Or did I embrace what was already given but…

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grieving-from-loss-to-transformation

Grief….I bet the first thing you think of is the death of someone close to you. Images of painful sorrow, struggling to adapt your life without this person, tears and difficulty moving on could flood your mind. While this is very often true, grief also wears many other faces and responses in our world. We…

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Oct2019-Reflective-Writing-a-Healing-Tool

Keeping a journal has long been a coveted personal practice, those that have adopted this feel as though it is their special me time each day. There are many types of journals and suggested topics that create their own practices, such as a daily Joy Journal or a Gratitude Journal used to count the many…

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