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May Is Lyme Awareness Month

By Lorraine Hart It’s May, and I find myself wanting to be on that grassy triangle at the Purdy traffic lights. This will be the first time in fifteen years I haven’t held our Washington Lyme Rally, holding my, “Lyme Lives Here” sign, and… Continue Reading “May Is Lyme Awareness Month”

Gentle QiGong Practice for the BorreliaEtc Community

AJ, Mum (my Caregiver), and I have been working on a gentle session of Qigong suited especially for the chronically ill. We meet at 12:30pm (Pacific time) and follow a simple practice with AJ. Any level of ability is welcome to join! Movements we… Continue Reading “Gentle QiGong Practice for the BorreliaEtc Community”

Qigong Sessions by Video

Qigong has been a game changer in my family’s health. My brother AJ brought us this lifestyle after turning his own life around.. He was a fast-paced urbanite living in NYC, selling high end furniture to some very big names. He had a lavish… Continue Reading “Qigong Sessions by Video”

Picnic is tomorrow!

Harts Of Lyme is happy to be sponsoring WA’s 17th Annual Potluck Picnic for those who live with BorreliaEtc, complex chronic illnesses and their families/caregivers! We’ve booked Wapato Park, the Main Picnic Area for the 2nd Saturday of September. This is an absolutely beautiful… Continue Reading “Picnic is tomorrow!”

Our first conversion recorded

Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs)

The topic of Adverse Childhood Events is extremely important and relevant in our community. Dr. Burke Harris says very simply: when you, as a child, are exposed continually to traumatic events the hormones always in play can physically alter your growth. If you have… Continue Reading “Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs)”

This was a brilliant read from chicenter.com

From http://www.chicenter.com ‘s newsletter, this is focusing on energy in the healing process and is a really good read. Sometimes the most simple information is what smacks the hardest between the eyes. Qigong has been THE most helpful practice (some will say exercise, but… Continue Reading “This was a brilliant read from chicenter.com”

There But Not There

My caregiver took this video of me after vaso vagal syncope hit – pulse went down into the low 50’s (edit: my caregiver informed me the day after I posted this that it went lower, into the 40’s) everything went blurry slowly and then… Continue Reading “There But Not There”

Increase of Borrelia Statistics

The Global Lyme Alliance just shared that: The latest CDC data indicates that there are more than 427,000 new cases of Lyme disease in the U.S. each year. This is a 30% increase in just one year. (My emphasis.) The mice told us from… Continue Reading “Increase of Borrelia Statistics”

Walking in a Real Winter Wonderland

It’s spring (!) some people said. They pointed to warmer temperatures and some flowers blooming in January. The CG (read: Caregiver) and I both said, hang on, it’s not yet February and you’re ready to declare Spring? I know we are headed that way… Continue Reading “Walking in a Real Winter Wonderland”