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Nellie Moore
I'm a, mother,wife,women, coach, teacher, healer,cantadora, and bodhisattva in training - WyseWomen Wellness is my passion.
Interests: Healing, Etta James, Pema Chodron, Jimmy Stewart, Compassion, Music, Great azz, Jana Stanfield, . Classic movies. The Thin Man, British humor like Are You Being Served, The Vicar of Dibley, public television books or authors Tom Peters, Marti Barletta, Carol Orsborn, M.D., Youngey Mingyur, PH.D, Gregg Braden. Titles on loving kindness. I love doing things with our kids, I adore walking on the beach in California, volunteering to make a difference in the life of another. Leading teaching,the Dalai Lama, Deva Premal, mantra or chant, Jobim, anything Audry and Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Alfred Hitchcock, Keeping Up Appearances, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Rinpoche, Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Bruce Lipton PH.D, Elena Avila R.N. I love being with women, walking in the the redwoods, any beautiful sunny day, sitting by the river, my daily yoga practice, my daily tonglen practice, and mentoring. I could name every book on my shelf by so many authors who have inspired me and still be writing next week. In General I am following a Buddhist practice of loving kindness.
Recent Activity
Hello Wonderful Women, I want to take a moment this morning to clarify with everyone the intent of WyseWomen Circle. It is a circle that is in support of adult women. The sharing that takes place, varies from meeting to meeting, however the content is centered around adult themes. Our... Continue reading
Posted Aug 27, 2011 at WyseWomen Circle
Hello Everyone, I'm posting this afternoon to share some good news. Last Thursday I was interviewed by Debbie Griffin at the River Falls Journal, our weekley newspaper and the article was published in this weeks edition on the front page! My excitement and delight about this is because it means... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at A Soldiers Heart
One of the things that I know about stress is that it can take it's toll on a person and really kick your butt. Addressing stress in my life is one way that I stay healthier and feel better. I am so happy to hear about the programs that are... Continue reading
Posted Aug 2, 2011 at A Soldiers Heart
Hi Everyone, my last post here was in March of of this year in support of Japan and the aftermath of the Earthquake. My prayers and thoughts still go out to those in Japan for continued assistance and healing. Since the time between my last post and today I have been a busy camper! Our youngest daughter graduated from high school and this spring was filled with all that goes with that wonderful time. Grad parties, her own, and her friends, graduation, my completing my apprenticeship as a Shamana with... Continue reading
Posted Jul 28, 2011 at WyseWomen LLC
I've been working with Circle gatherings for many years now as a wellness coach and healer. It's a natural extension of my passion to support others. As much as I am calling the Circle and acting as facilitator, I see myself as helping to hold the rim with everyone. The... Continue reading
Posted Jul 27, 2011 at WyseWomen Circle
I shared with you in my first post the reasons behind my desire to create a supportive community for our military based on what my dad and been through, and my own personal history. Part of what moves me is PTSD. Called many things over the years, by many people.... Continue reading
Posted Jul 27, 2011 at A Soldiers Heart
Yoga is a wondeful way to provide self care. It can be a way to release stress and care for ourselves. I've done yoga for myself for many years now and I know how helpful it has been. With that knowledge I share the article below with you. It is... Continue reading
Posted Jul 26, 2011 at A Soldiers Heart
Happy Monday Everyone! The cable guy has now come and gone and we now have a better functioning internet. Yay! I had someone ask me a question this morning about Circle and I thought I would share a bit about it here. I've been working with Circle gatherings for many... Continue reading
Posted Jul 25, 2011 at A Soldiers Heart
My reason for calling this circle comes from my heartfelt desire to help our military families, and to honor my dad, Robert. If you have seen the Soldiers Heart poster around town you will have seen his picture among the Veterans pictured on it. He was a Korean War Veteran,... Continue reading
Posted Jul 24, 2011 at A Soldiers Heart
Welcome! In the coming days and weeks this blog,which is the virutal home of A Soldiers Heart will reflect a grassroots effort that is taking place in a small town in West Central Wisconsin called River Falls. That effort is called A Soldiers Heart. Stay tuned and check back often.... Continue reading
Posted Jul 5, 2011 at A Soldiers Heart
Om Mani Peme Hung Tibetan Buddhists believe that the mantra (prayer) Om Mani Padme Hum invites the powerful benevolent attention and blessings of Chenrezig (Avalokiteshvara), who offers the distilled essence of the compassion of all the Buddhas. They tell us it will do so whether we say it, hear it, see its written form, stand near a prayer wheel or walk around it, or merely think of the mantra in any form at all. From Chenrezig or Avalokiteshvara is renowned as the embodiment of the compassion of all the... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2011 at WyseWomen LLC
UPDATE ! ! ! From the Alliance For Natural Health USA We’re thrilled to announce that today, thanks to your calls and letters, the Senate Food Safety bill (S. 510) will not include those obscene ten-year jail sentences for food and supplement manufacturers who violate complicated FDA rules. Senate offices were deluged with your messages, and the Senate leadership listened to you! See more by Clicking Here I was doing some reading this evening and this came to my attention. Senate Bill S 510 Food Safety Modernization Act Vote is... Continue reading
Posted Nov 17, 2010 at WyseWomen LLC
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A friend shared an article with me today, posted on NPR called a Brush with Death. The article speaks to the subject of slow motion that is often reported when someone has a life threatening experience. The authors, Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich focus on the work of Dr. David Eagleman, a Neuroscientist at Baylor College of Medicine. Dr Eagleman has studied the experience and had one of his own as a child. Dr. Eagleman sought to understand what was happening in those who had this experience and came to... Continue reading
Posted Aug 17, 2010 at WyseWomen LLC
Hello Everyone, How are you? I hope you are all well. I want to share something I am really excited about! I am beginning some ongoing wellness events. Part of my work as a healer is to share information that can help you to be well. Each of us has felt in some way or another the stress of our times. Challenges with family, work, career, or health. We have the ability to be proactive and do something about it. With awareness comes choice. At each gathering you will have... Continue reading
Posted Aug 13, 2010 at WyseWomen LLC
Hello Everyone! How are you all??? I've been wonderfully busy since my last post and I am writing today to share some wonderful new wellness tools with you. Did you know that • 80 million people have some form of heart disease. (American Heart Association) • 1 in 3 women and 1 in 2 men will have cancer in his or her lifetime. (National Cancer Institute) • Over 20 million adults and children have diabetes. (American Diabetes Association) Our Children Aren’t Very Healthy (from ‘On the Go Book) • By... Continue reading
Posted Aug 11, 2010 at WyseWomen LLC
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Jul 21, 2010
Has it occurred to anyone to test the water along the Gulf? I know I have heard that the EPA and BP are monitoring it. But what about Joe or Jane public going down to the waters edge and getting a small sample of the water and taking it for testing. What level of chemicals are in the water? Not just oil but the dispersant? I am thinking not only to look at the water where there is obvious oil washing ashore. What does swimming in water treated with these... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2010 at WyseWomen LLC
I lay in bed this morning rereading my Mothers Day card from my husband, deeply touched by his love and support and it occurred to me that mothers day is so much more than that. For starters I would not be a mom without the man I love (Brad) who has helped out in making these great kids possible. I have to also say thank you to Wayne (Niki's Dad who has passed on) for the dad that he became. Brad means so much to me and I love him... Continue reading
Posted May 10, 2010 at WyseWomen LLC
The Power Of Neutral . . . Neutral ® is a really powerful tool. As long as I have been a HeartMath ® provider and well before, I used some form of neutral usually coming through in my mediation techniques or in studying Buddhism. Yet still I take it deeper and have a richer understanding of what neutral or detachment means. The other day I was exploring my beliefs and looking at them, some I did not even realize that I had. What lead me to it was a conversation... Continue reading
Posted May 8, 2010 at WyseWomen LLC
Pathways Of Healing A Workshop Exploring Natural Health Featured Speaker: Lewis Mehl-Madrona, MD, PhD, MPhil Investigate: Cherokee Bodywork, The Medicine Wheel, Role of Community, Stories of Our Lives, Creating Sacred Space Much More. . . June 11-13, 2010 Lewis Mehl-Madrona's story of searching for his ancestral roots became a story of seeking mind, body, spirit, and community integration. The need for a parallel path to biomedicine became apparent in medical school when he learned from the professor of medicine and pharmacology that "life was a relentless progression toward death, disease,... Continue reading
Posted Apr 30, 2010 at WyseWomen LLC
EARTH DAY | April 22, 2010 What if one simple act of care could make a difference? Please join in and pass on to others. What can we do today? Watch the HeartMath ® Video by clicking HERE Blessings, Nellie Please Note, the information and services provided by or through WyseWomen LLC, WyseWomen Wellness ©, WyseWomen the Blog, Cantadora's Way, Magdalene Abbey, Nellie P. Moore, or other advertisers, or providers of services on this blog are not to be used to treat or diagnose any condition, disease, client, patient, or... Continue reading
Posted Apr 21, 2010 at WyseWomen LLC
EVOKE . . . Making a Difference In The World . . . . Click Here to learn more. Blessings, Nellie Please Note, the information and services provided by or through WyseWomen LLC, WyseWomen Wellness ©, WyseWomen the Blog, Cantadora's Way, Magdalene Abbey, Nellie P. Moore, or other advertisers, or providers of services on this blog are not to be used to treat or diagnose any condition, disease, client, patient, or individual. The ideas, information and services provided are not intended to be a substitute for consult or treatment with... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2010 at WyseWomen LLC