Author: Sutty Suddeth

Grateful 8

Much has been written about gratitude. Some of it, admittedly, by us here at Wholly Holistics. However, I feel it is one of those subjects that can’t have enough perspective. Therein lies its power…

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Rabbit Holes

“Kill the wabbit, kill the wabbit, kill the wabbit…”  Elmer Fudd had it right, from a certain point of view. But did he have it right 100% of the time? I mean, there would be no more rabbit holes, would there? I submit that sometimes the best thing that can happen to us is to be Alice in Wonderland and tumble down the rabbit holes of life here and there.

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Totem If Ya Got ‘Em

It hit me as I was sitting down to write this piece that it has been a while since I’ve written on a woo woo subject and I’ve missed it. Recall my last Wholly Holistics brought mainstream medicine into the mix by interviewing my friend and renowned surgeon, Dr. Gwen Choi. (I still can’t believe I missed the opportunity to entitle her interview, “Dr. Gwen: Medicine Woman.”) Today I’d like to talk on the subject of animal totems and how to use them.

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An Interview with Dr. Gwen Choi: Part One

In the spirit of Spirituality, I am pleased, honored, and grateful to welcome special Suddeth family friend and neighbor, Dr. Gwen Choi, M.D. Our goal at Wholly Holistics is, and always has been, to welcome various modalities of healing and points of view rather than to woo you with our woo woo. I can think of no better person and healer than Dr. Gwen to bridge the gap that sometimes exists between medicine and the holistic world. Thank you for agreeing to be interviewed…

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Unbalanced and it Feels Soooo Good?

I’m going to attempt a response to one of my writing partner’s recent articles here. I doubt I’ll do justice to probably the most beautiful piece Katherine Tandy Brown has written for Wholly Holistics, but it’s worth a shot. Here goes:             Balance is a nice thing.

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Good Mooning, Ladies and Gentlemen

The typical holistic fare I usually write about had its origins before I became what I am today. Sounds obvious, but we have to keep in mind our origin stories. What collection of experiences made us who we are today? Me, I started noticing the subtle signs a few years after my first transpersonal experience, which was astral projection.

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Shame of Anger

I gotta say that as I write this, I have the appropriate amount of anger. I mean, if I’m being honest, I’m a little miffed I’m not devoting this whole article to the Masters and/or Arnold Palmer. I’ve only been wanting to write an article on my Super Bowl for over a year and even arranged with my friend and column partner Katherine Brown to have this writing slot to have an article come out during the first full week of April. 

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Esoteric Wikipedia: Part Two 

Read Part One here.              Pressing on with our Esoteric Wikipedia to Divine Timing and Divine Intervention. God, the Angels, and/or your Higher Self have a pristine and detailed view of what need while putting what we want in the backseat where it belongs. (The Garth Brooks’ song Thank God for Unanswered Prayers always comes to mind when I’m pondering this concept.)

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