I hope this finds you well. In December I wrote to you about the course The Seven Steps to Transformation. Well it has been an amazing journey and next week we are coming up to Step Seven.
You can pop in on any step and this one like the other six will be another amazing journey.
even Steps To Transformation Join Nancy as she walks you through 7 steps to Transformation outlined by the IET Angels. You will do one step per class and build your staircase of Angelic Freedom. The Seventh step supports you to break your cords of codepence with the assistance of the healing IET Angels.
Seventh Class February 24th 7-9 pm online. You will receive a manual and class instructions from Nancy after payment. payhere https://www.feedingthebodyfeedingthesoul.com/store/p32/Seven_Steps_To_Transformation_Step_Seven_February_24th_7-9pm_EST_online.html
If you feel called to join us- please do. Every week has been filled with the love, ease and grace of the Healing Angels.
Hope to see you online next Thursday!
IET Master Teacher
Universal Rays Teacher
Reiki Master Teacher
Integrated Energy Therapy (r), developed at the Center of Being, by Stevan J. Thayer, is the next level to heal with the energy of angels.
Integrated Energy Therapy® for Pets was developed to help clear energy blockages from the cellular memory of domesticated animals. The most commonly treated pets are dogs, cats and horses, however the techniques can be adopted for many other species of animals.
General causes for energy blockages with a pet’s cellular memory include its living environment, tense or chronic situations that create a state of distress for the pet that is more that it can handle, situations that limit the pet’s instinctive behavior that in turn trigger the pet’s natural fight or flight reactions and threaten the pet’s physical safety.
Nancy Cohen has been offering IET for Pets since 2013. She is an avid lover of dogs, cats and horses and has a great rapport with animals and their owners. She herself has been a pet owner all of her life- her love of dogs,cats and horses is long standing and she easily communicates with them.
Benefits of IET for Pets
Sessions may be run distance from the comfort of your own home.
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Valentine's Day - Fill You and Your Loved One's with Love Nancy Cohen RDN LDN
Your sweetheart may have the key to your heart, but eating healthy and being physically active can be
the key to a healthier heart. This Valentine’s Day, indulge your sweetheart with a heart-healthy gift or
Rather than tempting your beloved with sweets, consider a gift that has more permanence. Search for a
poem that describes your feelings and write it on beautiful paper for a handmade Valentine.
Quality time is one of the most meaningful gifts. Bundle up and plan an active outing such as sledding,
ice skating, gathering wood for a fire, or if you’re feeling adventurous, visit an indoor rock wall.
If your kids are having a Valentine’s Day party at their school or day care, instead of sending candies,
consider raisins, grapes, whole-grain pretzels, colored pencils or stickers as tokens of their friendly
Cooking at home is an excellent way to control what and how much you eat. Take a date to a local
cooking class to practice your skills or learn a new technique.
Prepare a romantic candlelit dinner at home using one of our heart-healthy recipes.
Give to one another by giving back. Ask a date to volunteer with you at a local organization. Giving back
is a healthy habit that can boost your mood and help beat stress.
Use this day as an opportunity to tell your loved one how important they are to you, and share ways
that you can support each other’s health and wellness.
Craving something sweet? Gift a beautiful fresh fruit basket to your loved one instead of giving sweets
with added sugars.
Sharing is caring – if you go out for a romantic dinner date, order one entrée to share. Many restaurant
servings are enough for two – splitting will keep you from overdoing it.
Don’t forget to love Fido, too! Give your pet a Valentine and remember to walk or exercise them daily –
getting active with your pet will benefit your health and your bond with your pets.
Take it slow – if you receive a luxurious box of chocolates from your sweetie, stick it in the freezer and
enjoy in moderation over the next several weeks.
Take a long, romantic walk with your beloved – and try to make it a regular habit. Aim for at least 150
minutes of moderately intense physical activity each week to help keep your heart healthy. You can
reach this goal by walking briskly for at least 30 minutes five days each week.
Rekindle an old flame – try preparing one of your sweetie’s favorite recipes in a healthier way. These
healthy substitutions can help you cut down on saturated fats, trans fats, salt (sodium), and reduce the sugar in the recipe. It will be sure to be a heartfelt winner.
Considering Wine and Chocolates for your loved one this Valentine’s Day? Let’s see how the Nutrition Stacks up!
Chardonnay 50z = 125 calories
Pino Grigio 5 oz = 123 calories
Cabernet 5oz= 122 calories
Beer 12 oz = 154 calories
Brandy 1.5 oz-= 104 calories
Cordial (sweet) 1 oz= 100 calories
Sweets for your Sweetie?
Chocolates- 1 oz= 150 calories
1 pound box of chocolates= 2400 calories
4 hershey kisses = 100 calories
1 Godiva chocolate truffle= 100 calories
4 chocolate dipped strawberries= 164 calories
Fill yourself with love this Valentines Day- not with unnecessary calories. Love is Everywhere!
Nancy Cohen RDN LDN
Nutritionist, Dietitian & Energy Worker