Julia Grace’s Blog

The Struggle with Self-Doubt

The Struggle with Self-Doubt

Healing
Self-doubt can be a barrier that hinders our growth and success. Recognizing Self-Doubt It's a big challenge for just about all of us. For a long time, I relied on others to boost my self-esteem, and convince me of my worth. Without a sense of our own value and awareness of our abilities, we're stuck in the mud with nowhere to go. If we rely on someone else to tell us we're good, or accept us, where's our own self-assurance foundation? It's important to believe in yourself right out of the gate. If you can't, then you need to learn ways to clear out that garbage, self-doubts, fears, underlying anger, and frustration. Over the years, I've encountered situations where my lack of self-assurance enabled others to take advantage or make…
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Break Free of Constant Grading and Rating

Break Free of Constant Grading and Rating

Healing, Lifestyle
Over the years I have had the pain and pleasure of working with all sorts of teachers. In my area, there are two universities, one college and plenty of elementary to high schools. Some of my aunts were teachers, plus my husband and son are teachers. So, all varieties of teachers have crossed my path, needing to improve their situations and symptoms. Most teachers’ response to anything new is to grade it. It's happened in hundreds of sessions with university and college professors, high school teachers and elementary school teachers. Let’s face it, they are trained for judging in their jobs. Rating and grading the performance of their students makes for a strong habit to rate everything. We All Rate Our Experiences Problems are created by a lack of intuitive…
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Fizzy & Fresh – Fermented Strawberry Rhubarb Soda

Fizzy & Fresh – Fermented Strawberry Rhubarb Soda

Food
I've been exploring the world of fermentation to improve my gut health, digestion, and lower inflammation. I've tried lots of different recipes with various foods to help heal my gut. Fermented drinks and fermented foods have definitely improved my digestion and overall tummy comfort. I'm going to share a favourite fermented soda recipe I've had fun creating. It's such a lively summer flavour, I thought you might enjoy it. https://youtu.be/7nMX1-CS-Qk It's a Strawberry Rhubarb fermented soda that's lacto-fermented. For my lacto-fermentation soda recipes, you will need to start with a ginger bug. You'll find lots of recipes for a ginger bug on YouTube and in other places. It's a combination of sugar, ginger, and water that you add at various times to build up and get it fermenting. It becomes…
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Do Foods We Eat Fill A Void Or Feed Our Body?

Do Foods We Eat Fill A Void Or Feed Our Body?

Food, Healing, Lifestyle, Relationships
The foods we eat, do they fill a void or feed our body? How do we analyze what is good or bad for us? Simply put, how do you feel after eating or drinking certain foods? We all have some foods that upset our stomach and our gut. Were you in a hurry and chomped down the food without even noticing its taste or aroma? Hurry, hurry, hurry. We do that a lot, don't we? Were you calm and able to enjoy the meal? Or were you upset and agitated in the middle of an argument? Our stomach and intestines and more all want a peaceful environment. It's like riding over a bumpy road at high speed. Things get jostled around and sometimes they break. Do you want to be…
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When Struggling In Life Do We Rise Up or Give Up?

When Struggling In Life Do We Rise Up or Give Up?

Healing, Lifestyle, Relationships
  I've been quiet for a while, moving through my own struggles in life. I was living with swelling and pain in my body, have been working it through and learned a lot. I'm on the other side of it now, recovering nicely. Quite thankful on that, but it did make me aware of a lot I had not dealt with. We think that we've looked at everything and healer type people are supposed to be perfect and always healthy. Well, gosh, every one of us has Stuff! Anyone who tells you they've dealt with everything and everything's just fine. Okay, well, they can see. I hope they have, and I hope they are, but there can be some speed bumps come up that you don't expect. Like for me,…
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Find Inner Peace with Fall Clean Up

Find Inner Peace with Fall Clean Up

Healing, Lifestyle, Nature
When you were a child, did you ever get to dive into piles of leaves in Autumn? First of all, the leaves are raked up into a big heaping pile. Then you take a few steps back and run for it. When I was a kid it was a blast, diving through the air, landing in a huge pile of soft, dry leaves. Of course, those leaves got stuck in your hair and clothes, but it was totally worth it! As adults, we don't find it such a blast because we rake leaves to clean up the yard. Sometimes wind slows our efforts, but when we push through and finish, it feels good! Our outdoor mess is cleaned up and our home space looks tidy. Whether outdoors raking leaves or…
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Are Some People Pests In Your Life?

Are Some People Pests In Your Life?

Nature
Today’s adventure involved wandering outside to check on the tomato plants we've been growing this summer. We have been enjoying having fresh tomatoes and some cucumbers. I was out having a look and noticed some branches getting a bit black on the edges. I thought “Something's going on” and started trimming off a little bit of a few branches on one plant. I was working away trimming, no big deal, but then started to notice a few little tomatoes had been chopped in half and eaten. I got a little more suspicious. As I was going along, I reached for another branch and touched underneath. It felt weird, it felt different and felt soft and puffy. So, I bent down and looked and there was this big giant, creepy hornworm.…
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Life Memories and Mulberries

Life Memories and Mulberries

Food, Lifestyle, Nature, Relationships
Have you ever had the opportunity to go berry picking? I'm not talking about the little packages of berries you'd pick up at the store. I did a lot of berry picking when I was young, and it was a favourite activity. It usually also involved a chance to go out for a picnic with my mom and grandfather, Cappy Guy. My mom would prepare the meal and pack it up for the three of us. We would take off in Cappy’s little car, which he never did seem to get, to handle and how to shift it properly! So I remember bouncing around while riding in the back seat, but I loved every second of the trip. After dinner, they would sit and have coffee together and Cappy would…
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Going Through A Soggy Patch

Going Through A Soggy Patch

Lifestyle
I had an unfortune barefoot experience when I stepped on a soggy patch of carpet in our home. At first my inner warning bell went off as I looked around to see where the heck the water was coming from. If you’ve experienced a water leak, the first reactions are to look up, around and down as your head bobs in search of the trouble. We have a cat so my first thought was “Did she create this mess?” No. When I bent down to investigate further, the water smelled clean and felt a bit slippery on my fingers. The plot thickened. Hmm, my eyes slowly looked up at the half-wall of kitchen cabinets in front of me, where the kitchen sink and dishwasher are enclosed. Next began the process…
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Our Body’s Healing Rhythm

Our Body’s Healing Rhythm

Healing
The best time of the day for healing is in the afternoon and night! The Body Has Its Own Healing Rhythm I offer Private sessions in the afternoon and Life Force energy healings at night. This combination gives potential for clients to receive the best results. There’s scientific proof in the Science Daily article - “Our biological clock plays crucial role in healing from surgery: Effectiveness of anti-inflammatories following surgery depends on when you take them” Here’s some of the article: If you have just had knee, shoulder or hip surgery, you may want to take anti-inflammatories in the morning or at noon, but not at night. A McGill-led study shows, for the first time, that circadian clock genes are involved in healing from surgery. Indeed, the researchers demonstrated that…
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Strong Women Are Valuable

Strong Women Are Valuable

Lifestyle, Relationships
Strong women are valuable because they are aware of their own worth and recognize the strengths and potential of others. They communicate clearly and directly, and expect others to do the same. Women are feeling more empowered and have more authority and leadership roles. Commitment and dedication are in their nature, they follow through 100% A strong woman is quick-witted and articulate, which can be intimidating for some people, including her partner, family, and co-workers. She can quickly spot weak characters and won’t tolerate excuses. She knows that direct communication is an essential part of finding solutions to problems. Her priority is to get results, so she may seem impatient or bossy at times to get things done well and efficiently. She won’t sugarcoat things with fake smiles and compliments.…
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Is Struggling With Your Mind Like Swimming Upstream?

Is Struggling With Your Mind Like Swimming Upstream?

Healing
Have you ever wondered “How on earth did I get to this place?” It can be a good place or a bad place, but our mind just can’t seem to wrap around the reality in front of us. Struggling with our mind can feel like swimming upstream, against the current When opportunities show up it’s entirely possible for a busy mind to shut them out with doubts and fears for the future. I have made stupid mistakes along my journey when I let my or other people’s doubts stop my progress. Decisions we make from fear and doubt are from our big heads, mind chatter that quickly shuts out new possibilities. We talk ourselves out of potential leaps forward into something lighter and brighter. Worrying is so toxic, stirring the…
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Valuable Life Lessons From A Vegetable Garden

Valuable Life Lessons From A Vegetable Garden

Food, Nature
My Mother was an amazing cook who managed to feed a family of seven very well despite her limited budget. Her large vegetable garden provided heaps of vegetables in summer and delicious pickles all year. As a child I helped prepare, plant and harvest vegetables from that garden every summer. I felt respect for Nature when my hands were in the soft prepared earth, gently placing seeds in the soil. It requires patience to carefully plant at the right depth and space, sometimes one seed at a time. Next the miracle would happen as the sun’s life force energy would awaken these tiny seeds to germinate and grow into plants. I enjoyed the view as our vegetable garden transformed from mounds of brown dirt to delicate green plants sprouting in…
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David’s Speedy Concussion Recovery

David’s Speedy Concussion Recovery

Healing
Concussions are a serious and unfortunately common injury, especially during the winter months when ice and slippery surfaces increase the risk of falls. I have witnessed first-hand the detrimental effects of concussions on my clients, including dizziness, difficulty concentrating, and debilitating headaches. Walking is great exercise but when the ground slips away, there’s no telling where the body will fall. My own personal experience with concussions hit home when my husband David fell on ice while walking. As a tall man, he went down hard and banged his head on the pavement, making an awful sound like a coconut. When his head hit the hard asphalt, I knew quick action was crucial for a rapid recovery. Some people struggle for months with slow recovery after a concussion. I have seen…
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Is Moving Stressful? 6 Tips for a Calmer Move

Is Moving Stressful? 6 Tips for a Calmer Move

Lifestyle, Relationships
How many times have you moved from one place to another? Moving creates a challenge to sort and organize our stuff, then fit it into various boxes and containers. On moving day all our belongings get packed into a moving truck, van or car and driven to our new home. After that, we get to unpack all the items and choose where to place them at our new place. Yes, it can be very stressful… Moving shows some strengths and weaknesses Are you a procrastinator who waits too long to start packing? Does moving include last-minute panic, tossing items in garbage bags that can accidentally get thrown out? The process of sorting and letting go of stuff we don’t need takes time but is truly rewarding. It feels great to…
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Finding Our Purpose In Life

Finding Our Purpose In Life

Lifestyle, Nature, Relationships
Finding Purpose In Life - What am I here to do? As humans we often struggle with our purpose. As we try to figure out what our purpose in life is, we can get more tangled in our thoughts. Knowing what you are meant to do doesn’t come from our mind thinking and analyzing. Our spirit knows the answer but usually we are so disconnected we can’t hear that inner voice of knowing. When we stop constantly being in our heads, there are opportunities to listen and hear our own inner guidance system. Ever had the feeling when you just knew something was right to do? Those are moments when you are letting your spirit lead, not your mind and brain. Our mind is super useful at other times, but…
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#1 International Best Seller

#1 International Best Seller

Healing
The Role of Biofield Energy Treated Vitamin D3 for Bone Health by Julia Grace McCammon Amazon #1 International Best Seller in Vitamins and Supplements#1 Bestseller in Alternative Health & Vitamins#1 Bestseller in Vitamins#1 Hot New Release in Immune System Diseases#1 Hot New Release in Immune Systems#1 Hot New Release in Nutrition of Vitamins and Supplements I am grateful to Guruji Mahendra Trivedi and Trivedi Effect™ Always consult with a professional for medical advice. Shop Services
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Is What We Believe in Life Really True?

Is What We Believe in Life Really True?

Healing, Relationships
We are taught many early truths by family, unfortunately their wisdom isn’t always best for our success. A childhood moment that strongly affected me was my father’s words after viewing my excellent report card. “98? Why didn’t you get 100?” These few words had great power, along with negative comments and events that chipped away at my self-confidence. Dad was repeating his experience as youngest in the family. As parents our job is not to break the spirit of our children, nor is it to fill their heads with delusions and expectations. When we begin adult life feeling worthless and lacking confidence, how do we believe in our self and trust others? Starting off on the wrong foot is brutal, I’ve been there. Determined to break from my father’s rule,…
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