Posted by admin on Jan 16, 2009
Today, March 8, 2009, Vibration Magazine is converting to a blog. For the past 11 years, we the editors — Deborah Bier, PhD, and Donna Cunningham, MSW — have edited and co-created Vibration Magazine, the premier online educational journal about flower essences and other vibrational remedies. In that time, we’ve published over 400 articles by essence practitioners, makers, and users. (Flower essences are not to be confused with essential oils used for aromatherapy — we don’t publish articles on that topic.)
Unlike most essence newsletters, we do not focus on a single company, but rather the broadest span, and we do not publish promotional material. Keeping our focus on education, we’ve specialized in theme issues on particular topics like essences and children, essences for stress, and essences for career success. You can mine that vast educational resource by clicking on the archives page on the right.
We love to stay on the forefront and to reach new audiences, and that is why we’re converting Vibration magazine to a blog. Rather than quarterly issues with a dozen articles, we intend to publish one article a week. It’ll work out to the same number of articles, just in more digestible form for our busy readers.
To receive our articles and notices, you have some options. If you’re already a Vibration subscriber, you can continue to receive notices through the Yahoo list. If you’d prefer to receive the whole post in your email box, subscribe to Feedburner in the box on the right. Or, sign up for an RSS feed. We’ll be adding a page with step by step instructions.
If you think you’d like to be a guest blogger and share what you know about these wonderful healing tools, see the writers’ guidelines page on the right. And no, just to make it clear from the outset, we have nothing whatsoever to do with Essence Magazine, so don’t send us submissions meant for them.
If you’re a long-time subscriber, we’d love to have you join us on this journey. If we haven’t met before, welcome to the journey!
Deborah and Donna