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Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine can be Very Effective for Allergy Relief

Posted by on September 11, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Santa Fe and Eldorado were fortunate to have more abundant rain this spring and early summer, but with the rain came prolific growth of allergy triggering vegetation. There are multiple reasons why someone may be affected by these allergens, and if you are a new resident of New Mexico you may be experiencing allergies for the first time. Many of my patients who are suffering from allergies this season have found relief with acupuncture and other Oriental Medicine treatments. Not everyone has allergies, but those who do often attribute plants,...

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Winner — Alternative Healing Practitioner, Santa Fe Reporter’s Best of Santa Fe 2017

Posted by on July 26, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Winner — Alternative Healing Practitioner, Santa Fe Reporter’s Best of Santa Fe 2017

Thank you Santa Fe for your vote and for your continued support for the past 24 years!

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Best of Santa Fe -Vote for Dr. Meyer!

Posted by on May 1, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Best of Santa Fe -Vote for Dr. Meyer!

Dr. Meyer has been nominated for Best Alternative Healing/Practitioner in the Santa Fe Reporter’s Best of Santa Fe 2017.  Final voting is during the month of May. Please follow this link to cast your...

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Horse As A Second Language

Posted by on December 6, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Horse As A Second Language

I was introduced to horses in the 1970’s as I was attempting to court a young lady named Jane whose interest in horses far exceeded her interest in me. My only hope was to endear myself to the horses (all 15 of them). In doing so, I discovered …horses. The horses were indifferent to my upbringing, clothing, and political preference, and my ego struggled with this. Looking back, I have no doubt that they all knew my attempts at courting their alpha mare (Jane) were futile. Horses have a way of letting you know right away how they feel about...

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Angry

Posted by on November 17, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Who are we angry at! Us I suppose. For not being truthful, not living our truth. If you are referred to as a fool, even though you realize you are not, however, you become angry anyway are you not acting foolish.  

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Fear and Anger

Posted by on November 9, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Fear and anger seem to be synonymous. Fearful of not being like others and angry when we are separated from the crowd. Who is this crowd? I would imagine many fearful and angry people milling around looking for a leader!  

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Meditations from Stonebridge

Posted by on October 24, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Meditations from Stonebridge:  Simple Why can’t it just be simple? Can we not recognize the beauty of a cloud without knowing how they are formed? Does an explanation of form and function justify existence? Man seems to be obsessed with the desire to know why and how, whether it matters or not. Being in the presents of a tree gives us joy. Does it matter what it is called, how it grows or were it came from? How much explanation is required to realize the joy of a tree or the softness of a...

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Ancient Ones

Posted by on October 18, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Meditations from Stonebridge ‘The ancient ones say…’ Who? Who are the ancient ones you speak of? Where are they from? When you speak of ancient ones do you mean physical beings? Native storytellers tell stories that have been past down from generation to generation through the voice of the elders. I would imagine that some are past down from father to son as well. I also believe that some are past down through dreams or simply intuited by the storyteller at the time the story is being told. We all have the ability to intuit, to listen to our...

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Meditation from Stonebridge

Posted by on October 15, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

The mythical Stonebridge is introduced in a number of writings from translations of ancient philosophies, primarily Buddhist, Hindu and Shinto. However, my understanding of the meaning of Stonebridge is not from a study of ancient history, but through meditation. Simply stated, Stonebridge is the bridge between ‘heaven and earth. We travel Stonebridge to ‘heaven’ to realize spirit [our being] while living on earth. The voice of our being is reveled through meditation in the form of inspiration, intuition and instinct. These meditations are...

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Searching for Sacred Medicine

Posted by on July 12, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Sacred medicine, sacred science and monastic medicine seem to fall into a category with religious overtones in the modern world. In the modern European world the word sacred is often defined as; made or declared or believed to be holy, worthy of religious veneration, concerned with religion or religious purposes (dictionary definitions). Where, as sacred medicine in the amazon performed by cunidaros or shamans has no connection what so ever with any religion or religious ceremony. It is based on intuition, inspiration, and faith. Their sacred...

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