Understanding What Triggers Illness or Disease

Since I wrote my blog about overcoming a recent health issue, I received some questions about why I developed a health challenge in the first place when I have always maintained physical fitness and healthy choices for most of my life. I eat nutritious food and take good care of myself. I rarely if ever even have a cold. I am happy and have a lifestyle that is full of life.

So I decided to address this question based on my personal experience and life history. I am not a doctor, scientist or healthcare practitioner. Since I recently experienced a health miracle and wrote about the measures I took to boost my health and healing naturally in my blog entitled, “What My Doctor Didn’t Want To Know”, I have paused to consider why I had a health crisis and how to prevent one in the future.

I share my thoughts as a human being who likes to look for answers, turn over assumptions, shift paradigms and try new things. If what I say resonates with you, grab it. If what I write doesn’t feel true for you, discard it. My experience and conclusions are unique to me and may not be a part of your particular journey. Nonetheless, here is my theory on why I have ever experienced lapses in good health. [Read more…]

What My Doctor Didn’t Want To Know

I believe in miracles, and I just experienced one. My doctor might call it an aberration or a strange phenomenon. For many western medicine doctors, a miracle is too far of a stretch. Miracles are outside of their paradigm. Western medicine doctors save lives and do amazing things, but sometimes they get mystified. I have stumped my doctor to the point of her seeking another doctor’s opinion on how to explain what she said is not possible. They are confounded.

I had two weeks to wait for surgery. I could tell my doctor wanted me to have the surgery the following week based on my results, but it was a holiday week (Independence Day), and she wasn’t doing surgery that week. So I had two weeks to wait. I asked her what I should do during those two weeks and her answer was “nothing”. I did everything instead. Let’s begin at the beginning.

On Monday June 16, 2014 I had my annual pap exam with my gynecologist. She found 3 things wrong: Active HPV (Human papillomavirus), and atypical glandular cells and atypical squamous cells. I was then scheduled for an in-office biopsy, which occurred the following Monday June 23. This procedure was terribly painful, and I almost passed out.

3 days later, I got a call from my doctor. She said that the results were not good and that a more in-depth biopsy as outpatient surgery was indicated. She did not read me the exact wording of the lab report, and I am glad she didn’t. It would have freaked me out even worse than I already was at the time. But later, I got the actual report and it said that in my cervix, the biopsy showed “Severe squamous dysplasia/carcinoma in SITU.” Not a good diagnosis. The doctor also mentioned a hysterectomy might come later.

I had had some problematic pap tests over the years due to HPV, which I contracted in the 90’s, and I had had an in-office biopsy before, but nothing serious ever resulted. This new development alarmed me to put it lightly. I thought to myself, “I have 2 weeks to get rid of this issue” and immediately made changes. Because some people have asked me what I did, I will share the information with the caveat that this is my experience and my body, and I cannot promise this list will have the same results for you if you have a health concern. [Read more…]

Ready or Not – Tips for the New Grad

Ready or Not - Tips for the New Grad
Ready or Not, Tips for the New Grad is a winner in the category of “Gift Books” for the 2014 National Indie Excellence Book Awards and a finalist in the category of “Career” for the 2014 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.

Lisa Shultz combines her life experience of challenges and successes with the messages of influential teachers, books, and courses to create this gift book for graduates. Easy-to-read nuggets of wisdom on topics of Health, Finances and Work, Play and Leisure, Spirit, Relationships and Love, Community and Service, and more.

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Become an Athlete of the Mind

BaAofM_3Dsmall Gain control of your mind and stop sabotaging yourself! Your mind has its own agenda, but when you train your mind, you can drop the unsupportive thoughts and negative patterns that prevent you from getting where you want to go. When you “become an athlete of the mind” you’ll be on the path to more success in your life.

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How to Bring Your Book to Life This Year!

3d copy Whether you have already started writing or just considering bringing pen to paper – “How to Bring Your Book to Life” This Year is the perfect guide for unleashing the book inside of you.Aspiring authors get overwhelmed just dreaming about writing a book and bringing it to market. This guidebook breaks down the process into easy to follow steps.Read More… | Purchase Online

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Sally’s Journey

Sally's Journey by Lisa Shultz Lisa Shultz takes you on this journey from the moment she finds Sally until she has to let her go. Emotional and entertaining. May we all remember to forgive quickly and love deeply just like Sally!

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Speaking Your Truth: Volume 1

sytv1cover3d What’s Your Truth? Self-Discovery, FamilyMatters, Health and Healing, Love and Abuse, Finding Your Path, or Faith and Spirituality? Whatever you have experienced or wherever your path has taken you – you can create the life that you truly desire. That’s the message of these courageous stories from inspiring women.Many of them are much like you, who have stood in their personal power, overcome challenges, setbacks, and heartache to find themselves stepping into their path of love, healing, and purpose. Their stories provide inspiration and heartfelt truths, some of which have never been told before, to empower other women to step into their greatness and live a life with grace, purpose, and joy.Purchase Online

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Speaking Your Truth: Volume 2

sytv2cover3d In Speaking Your Truth you’ll find 43 individual stories written by women for women. Their stories provide inspiration and heartfelt truths, some of which have never been shared before. Self-Discovery, Family Matters, Surviving to Thriving, Grief and Loss, Finding Your Path, and Faith and Spirituality are the topics covering Volume II of Speaking Your Truth.Purchase Online

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Speaking Your Truth: Volume 3

SYTv3cover3D “I was overwhelmed by how courageous and vulnerable these truly remarkable women have made themselves—for a chance to change someone else’s life.” – Dr. Jeanine ZinnerHealing, Loss, Self-Discovery, Defining Moments and Relationships are the topics covering Volume III of “Speaking Your Truth”. Personal stories are the foundation for our connections to others. No matter what you have experienced in in the past, nor what you are up against today – these stories will uplift and inspire you every moment along the way. In “Speaking Your Truth” you’ll find 42 individual stories written by women for women. Their stories provide inspiration and heartfelt truths, some of which have never been shared before.Purchase OnlinePlease visit Speaking Your Truth Book for more information.

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R*eVe*olution: The Return to the Divine Feminine



Lisa Shultz is a contributing author to this book. Journey through the minds and lives of 40 global women leaders as they share their stories of passion, purpose, love and service in this revolutionary anthology. In R*eVe*olution ~ The Return of the Divine Feminine you’ll be inspired, moved, and motivated to transform the YIN energy and divine feminine in your own life.

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