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A Special Holiday Gift

By Marggie Hatala | November 17, 2015

A Special Holiday Gift Mothers, Daughters, Aging Parents  This memoir evokes deep resonance with anyone who has begun to experience the aging of their parents. As my mother began to decline in her older age, my journal became my healing tool that helped me to explore my deepest feelings. I have brought some of those…

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Inner Life Coaching

By Marggie Hatala | November 10, 2015

Inner Life Coaching Leading towards a life lived from the “inside out” Our eternal selves look at our life lived here in this lifetime as a journey; one without description as good or bad, happy or sad, and all the other adjectives that we attach to the experiences we have. As I’ve learned to see…

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Choices at End of Life

By Marggie Hatala | November 4, 2015

  Choices at End of Life Unexplained consequences of choices we are asked to make When I became a family member asked to make decisions for my mother several years ago, I was stunned as I experienced the patient’s side of healthcare. I have been a registered nurse for many years, and have worked within…

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Living Life From The Inside Out

By Marggie Hatala | October 29, 2015

Living Life From The Inside Out Turning inward to our soul-self takes guidance I work with clients to at all stages of their life and health, leading them inward towards their soul-self. This eternal part of each of us simply is, the place of our being. As we learn to identify with our I AM, our definition of life…

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The Rythm of Fall

By Marggie Hatala | October 13, 2015

The Rythm of Fall Responding to the energy of this season It was an incredibly beautiful fall afternoon here in Door County WI yesterday. Aware that gale force winds and rain were predicted last night, I seized the chance to spend hours outdoors in our beautiful yard. Our many hostas and lilies have begun to…

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Mother Earth

By Marggie Hatala | October 7, 2015

Mother Earth The awesome power of our natural world I just returned from a week spent in Wyoming. My daughter, and her family, recently moved there and this was my first visit. I have been through Wyoming on several trips West in years past, but never to really see and explore this incredible state. What…

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Memory

By Marggie Hatala | September 23, 2015

Memory Memories and their role in our life This morning I experienced a long forgotten memory. Experienced, because during my meditation time, I not only saw the image of this moment in my life, but I also felt the emotion of it too. Throughout the day, I have felt almost a flow of energy as…

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Holding Sacred Space

By Marggie Hatala | September 14, 2015

Holding Sacred Space Remaining present to others allows deep emotional connection  In my work with those facing serious illness or transition from this world, holding my presence with the deepest love allows a connection that is transcendent. Providing unconditional love to whomever I am meeting with, and maintaining the place without ego or self, brings…

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Care Coordination

By Marggie Hatala | September 8, 2015

Care Coordination Reassurance for out of town family When my aging  mother began to decline and require closer medical supervision, I lived many hours away. As not only a worried daughter, but also a “nurse daughter”, this distance became almost unbearable to me. I had family members that lovingly visited her, provided all the support…

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Conscious Dying

By Marggie Hatala | September 4, 2015

Conscious Dying Planning our care as we need and want it at our end of life I learned of the passing of Wayne Dyer, a spiritual mentor and role model for myself and many others, last week. I had read about his illness, his treatment choices, and now his passing…all done in the manner that…

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