Wholeness Healing Today


Finding Calm in the Midst of Stress in your Inner World When the Outside World is Stressful

Life has an ebb and flow to it.  Most of us don’t escape life struggles, but we have times when things flow, and we have times when we have to dig deep to walk the fire of life.  But rarely have we, as a world, walked the same journey with the same difficulties all at…[ Read the full article ]

Bringing our 2020 Resiliency Skills into 2021

As we move into 2021, I am confident most of us are ready to release the old year, 2020, and turn our eyes and attention toward a new year with new potential and promise. 2020 has been quite a ride. Regardless of how we feel about it, most of us have had significant changes during…[ Read the full article ]

Hypnosis Isn’t Magic, But Perhaps a Close Second

Wow, life has been a struggle for many lately. Consistently. Constantly, and for some, pervasively. We have been living in the unknown for quite a few months now, just realizing that our view of “normal” is slowly giving way to something new. As a therapist, change is usually welcome, as the doorway to growth and…[ Read the full article ]

2021 A True New Beginning to Write Your New Normal!

You always wanted to think outside the box and 2020 has given us that opportunity. Your life has evolved to a different plane. Don’t judge whether you like it or don’t like it. Accept it as it is and know that you can now write a new story for you. Nothing is the same because…[ Read the full article ]

Thoughts Happen

Have you ever been hard on yourself because of your thinking? Have you said to yourself, “Why am I doing this to myself?” Let us explore thoughts and how they affect our human experience. This topic comes to me from one of my influencers, Eckart Tolle. Eckart Tolle is a spiritual leader and author. His…[ Read the full article ]

Staff Introductions – Ruth Jones

I am excited to join the Wholeness Healing Center team! I will be working over telehealth for the time  being, but am looking forward to working in-person when it is possible. I grew up near Minneapolis, Minnesota. I took a tour of the Midwest as I began my college career in Wisconsin, transferred and earned…[ Read the full article ]

Living History During the Holidays

With November behind us and December awaiting us, it might be good to consider what we want our narrative to be in December.  December is still awaiting our story.  We can make it whatever we want to make it.  We are in the midst of our holiday season, which is often rich with tradition. This…[ Read the full article ]

Finding Calm in your Inner World When the Outside World is Stressful

Life has an ebb and flow to it.  Most of us don’t escape life struggles, but we have times when things flow, and we have times when we have to dig deep to walk the fire of life.  But rarely have we, as a world, walked the same journey with the same difficulties all at…[ Read the full article ]

Gratefulness – Standing in the Great Fullness of Life

During this time of chaos and fear, it is the perfect time to use our Thanksgiving holiday to remind ourselves to stand strong in gratitude. David Steindle-Rast, a Benedictine monk for the past 60 years, teaches us about gratitude and says, “When we are in gratefulness, we are standing in the great fullness of life.”…[ Read the full article ]

Acceptance: A Journey to Calm

“It is what it is.” That phrase was like fingernails on a chalkboard for me every time I heard it. I would think, “That’s it? There’s nothing we can do?” I am a social worker, so for me, there has to be a way . . . an answer . . . an opportunity to…[ Read the full article ]