Saturday, May 12, 2012


For me, the process of writing an article for publication and all that it entailed, was fun! I actually love to write and have been doing it in some form or another for most of my life. Even the idea of publishing something I wrote was not a foreign idea. It lingered somewhere in the back of my mind, waiting to be fed and watered. I really didn't have to look far for a familiar publication outlet because I am already subscribed to an online site that I enjoy and respect. Interestingly enough, just days before the "Writing for Publication" class started, they were scouting for article submissions and what they call “blog hosting”. I’m not sure if they will publish an article of mine but I do know that it seemed timed just right. I took that to mean that everything has a way of falling into place. Divine timing….I don’t know? We shall see. I feel good about all that I’ve learned and am especially grateful for the new found confidence that this class has fostered in me. I now have tools to help me continue on down this path of writing and publishing. Not to mention many resources and I think I will definitely pursue this more.

Creative Free Writing

I want to start off by saying that even though this is an assignment for school, it feels a lot like journaling to me. So I will just free write for 7 to 10 minutes and express what is on my mind. I feel like "Balance" these days is SO important! I can't even stress it enough, particularly for me in my life. I often feel like there is just not enough time to do all that needs to be done. I am so glad and grateful that I am going to school right now, at this stage in my life, with the knowledge that I have at this moment. However, as a mom of two kids, in her thirties, with work, full time school, a partner, pets,etc; it is a balancing act! The thing about that is......I feel as though I must not be a good balancer. Maybe it's something that comes naturally for some. Women are suppose to be genetically great with multitasking. I can multitask all at one time but am not so good at time management. My longtime partner reminds me all the time. Sometimes my children are unsatisfied, as well. If only I could bilocate myself like I've seen in movies. Then I could be in more than one place at one time and how efficient would that be? I know this juggling act is the plight of many these days, but I can't help but wonder how everyone seems to be pulling it off better than me. Do I really have to buy a planner and start scheduling every minute of my day to effectively fit everything in? Will I resort to using the cliche of "I'll try to pencil you in"?

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Prescott Press Release


May 11

ASIS Massage Open House

Friday, May 11, 2012 from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
ASIS Massage Education - 115 S. McCormick St., Ste #4, Prescott
A fun and informative event taking place at ASIS Massage Education's Prescott campus, to inform and answer questions for the public on Massage Therapy, Chiropractic Assistant Certification and to continue enrollment into our July 12, 2012 massage program.

Thursday, April 26, 2012


I seek inspiration in my daily life from GOD. If not for God I wouldn't be where I am today, meaning the place inside myself. God is my inspiration and my driving force to learn, grow, and to better myself. Also to be of service to others here on earth.

I think it's safe to say that I already actively apply my inspiration from God into my writing. It comes natural to me because it is a foundational part of my belief system. For instance, I aspire to be open-minded, fair, passionate, and genuinely sincere every time I write. I try to be truthful but tactful also.

My inspiration plays a big part in my writing style. This is because my writing is coming from my God center. They are connected and I am always being guided from that part of me that stays plugged in to the Divine. Even if at times my writing style may seem to be lacking that essence that comes from my spiritual nature.

For a large part, I believe that my writing style melds well with my inspirational source and motivation. Most of the time I live and write from a place of feeling and emotion. However, I can see how my writing also can take a somewhat technical curve. In that case, my writing style could be hindering the inspiration in my message. I definitely think it would be of benefit to practice more. I think by centering myself before hand, it would help to bring it all together more and express my true spiritual essence. .

Sunday, April 15, 2012


  I really don't understand why that box wit all the lights and words gets so much attention. But the person that sits at our desk is always looking at it. She can't seem to take her eyes off of it. Sometimes for hours on end. In fact, she seems to be agitated when the small furry thing stands in front of it. I guess it noticed the box getting so much attention too. She tries to move it out of the way or off of the desk. But even the furry thing runs back up and gets right in front of it again.

  I'm just as valuable and useful! I shine bright light as well and help illuminate everything in my path. But I sit off to the edge of the desk like a side note. Sure my switch is turned on every time it gets dark, but then it's like I am forgotten about. I feel I have much more beauty and grace than that box of light. I am made of heavy brass. My base and neck are sculpted and shaped. I am designed with great detail and artistry. It just doesn't make sense.

  Sure, the box has lots of different pictures and colors coming off of it....but it doesn't have any real asthetic appeal as far as I'm concerned. It's just a mere, plain black box. I think that the person that sits at our desk should give us equal amounts of attention. That's all I am asking for!

  Later after it got dark she came and sat down as usual. I didn't get my hopes up. Miraculously, this time she picked me up and turned my light towards her. She then started tapping tiny boxes in front of her on a long, flat object. I noticed that I illuminated the long flat object with the tiny boxes. That made me feel proud to shine my rays. I guess I was needed and appreciated after all. I knew she would come around!

Personal Bio

  Amy Dewey is a certified Transpersonal Hypnotherapist and Reiki Practitioner. She is currently a student at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts in Tempe, Arizona. She is working towards a Mind Body Wellness Practitioner certification and has already started her private practice. Her focus will be on Transpersonal Hypnotherapy and Holistic Nutrition, but will include other healing modalities as well. Incorporating Reiki, Soul Coaching, Holistic Nutrition Consulting and Toe Reading. Being in the healing field and helping people has been a lifelong dream of hers. Although she hasn't been in the healing field for long, Amy has the heart and soul to make a profound impact. Her aspiration is to bring a new awareness that supports and encourages transformational healing.

  Amy has a deep compassion for people, animals, and the planet. She is reflecting this in her daily life by starting her healing practice, belonging to several animal and environmental organizations, recycling, and buying organic. She holds a deep desire to make the world a better place. Amy comes from a place of passion, dedication, and drive to be of the greatest service she has to offer. Her overall mission is to live each day in faith, compassion, authenticity, and with an open mind. To make a difference in people's lives by sending out positive energy, encouragement, and sharing her knowledge and inner guidance.