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About Bliss Healing Arts

 
“I am willing. Help me trust.”

In the fall of 2004, I opened BLISS Healing Arts after about a decade of doing healing work both formally and informally with individuals and groups while still maintaining a more separate career as an educational consultant and grantwriter.  Now, six years later, it is time for a new vision and a new look. Time to integrate all aspects of my being and work and to offer it more broadly to the public.

Many blessings have been bestowed on me these last several years – abundance, joy, peace, health, friendship to name just a few. I am grateful. Challenges have also been present on the path – the death of family members and close friends, loss of important relationships, ending of work opportunities, new health challenges and a chronic illness.  I am not alone in either the abundance of blessings or challenges that have been placed on my path; you, too, have your share of each, I know.  

What has remained throughout both types of experiences, however, is my belief that Spirit and the Universe continue to support me, to communicate with me, to ask of me.  So it is with this in mind and heart that I continue to commit myself to service, to the work I feel called to do wherever I am called to do it.

When I first launched BLISS and this website, I spoke to you about the mantra I used to help me through all sorts of difficulties and offered it to you for your use as well.  It was “I am willing.  I am willing.  I am willing.”  In 2010 and for the last couple of years, I have amended it and offer this new version for your consideration:

“I am willing. Help me trust.  I am willing. Help me trust.”

While grace, ease, and abundance are available to us always, perceived obstacles and limitations often keep us from experiencing them fully. Varying degrees of tragedy in our lives and on the planet may make us question the point of it all.  I say to you, seek joy and love and right action in all that you do for Spirit, for self, and for others.  Seek to balance, to live in the center of your life so that no matter what is happening around you, you are at peace. Allow your life to unfold. Let go of the resistance. Get into the silence and listen to what it is trying to tell you. And finally, be willing and trust.

As always, I wish you moments of grace descending,

Carolyn

About Carolyn

Carolyn Romano is a mind-body medicine practitioner whose areas of expertise include energy medicine, mind-body skill building, native American healing ritual and ceremony, understanding the emotional roots of disease, releasing trauma from cellular memory, and other alternative healing practices focused on self-care. She also became a certified hypnotherapist by the National Guild of Hypnotists, and chanumpa (sacred pipe) carrier trained in the Lakota tradition.

Carolyn opened Bliss Healing Arts to pursue her passion of helping individuals and groups achieve lives of balance, abundance, and joy. Carolyn hosts a live monthly radio program called Living on Purpose with Carolyn Romano, that is part of the Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network broadcast on WWZN1510 AM and streamed online at Dreamvisions7radio.com and has a listenership of over 15,000 people.

From 2002 to 2005, Carolyn was Program Director of the Theosophical Society in Boston, an organization dedicated to exploring Ageless Wisdom. In October 2005, she became the TS President. Along with her three sisters, Carolyn created The Frank J. Romano Foundation in 2008 to honor the memory of her father who passed away in 2007 from pancreatic cancer and to continue his life-long legacy of service.

Carolyn holds a B.A. from Drew University and a J.D. from Boston University School of Law. Trained as an attorney, Carolyn has spent much of the last 20 years as an educational consultant, grant writer, and director of both national and state education projects. She also works with Levine-Piro Law Firm in Maynard, and Encompass Education, a consulting firm in Braintree.

 
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