About Barbara Slaine

Barbara Slaine Holistic Nutritionist, German New Medicine Practitioner and Alkaline Coach is the founding director of The Liphe Balance Center in Weston,Connecticut, and the free online healing resource, www.MyHealingRooms.com. She is dedicated to sharing healing modalities that she personally has experienced, that are honorable, true and work. These modalities use a variety of methods including sound, imagery, bio photon light, music, plant medicine and so much more. Barbara refers often to a pu pu platter of modalities that address our whole being - mind, body, soul and spirit - and encourages people to become empowered active participants on their own healing journeys and to never give up.


“Just when the caterpillar thought the world was ending it turned into a butterfly.” ~ Proverb


Without hope we are lost. Without options and possibilities there is not hope. And without movement and curiosity there is no evolution.

My Healing Rooms is about offering hope through […]


Overcoming Judgement

From time to time we all find ourselves either judged or judgmental – and neither is either a productive nor comfortable position in which to be.

I realize and am humbled by the power of judgment and how it hurts the judge — we must recognize the lack of divine energy the judge is experiencing. […]

Honor Your Body Temple

The idea of “success,” for most people, revolves around money or the acquisition of property or other possessions, but we consider a state of joy as the greatest achievement of success. And while the attainment of money and wonderful possessions certainly can enhance your state of joy, the achievement of a good-feeling physical body […]

By |February 23rd, 2015|Healers|0 Comments

A Doctor To Trust

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First of all listening to your inner knowing when researching a doctor or listening to proporsed treatment plans is a good way to start..

Whether we are holistically inclined or not, whether we have a knowledge and acceptance of alternative modalities or not, we always want to have a good […]

Americans and Medications

I don’t know about the rest of the world, but we Americans love our medications. Have heartburn, take a pill. Headache, do the same. Depressed, anxious, or even think you are. Right again, take a pill. Erectile dysfunction, hair loss, vaginal dryness, diabetes, restless leg, fibromyalgia, can’t get to […]

Q&A with Roland Comtois

You are an LPN. What motivated you to become a nurse, and how many years did you work in the medical field?

I spent the majority of my life knowing that I needed to help people. I wasn’t always sure how that would unfold.

I always felt a connection to the medical […]

By |February 13th, 2015|Healers, Q&A|0 Comments

To Medicate or Not – To Listen or Not – Medication vs Mishandled Drugs

Before I met renowned MD, Norm Shealy, an expert on this site, I seldom questioned doctor’s protocols. Like most of us, I was raised with a belief in the medical community. They had the knowledge, the talent, and the desire to create wellness and I was ready and willing to do as instructed by […]

You Have Options

At some point in our lives everyone deals with what we label as anxiety or depression. As with death, our culture is not accepting of or comfortable with many normal states we humans encounter; so, when we experience emotional discomfort the judgment and panic sets in which can create an unnecessary escalation, movement towards […]

The Power of love to bring peace during Death

It has been five weeks since my father passed, and it is true that time does heal, gives us perspective, and the physical absence of our loved one is replaced by memories and day-to- day life. We do go on.

My sister-in-law found out two weeks ago her father’s throat cancer had returned and that […]

By |February 5th, 2015|Death, Grief|0 Comments

Vulnerability, Death and Grief

I spent a lot of time talking to my dear friend , and an expert on this site, Roland Comtois, about death and dying.- and what makes transitioning easier for both those that pass and those that are left behind.

Despite our inexorable movement toward it from the time we draw our first breath, death […]

By |February 2nd, 2015|Death, Grief|1 Comment