Dancing on the Winds of Heaven blog guidelines for guest posts.
Thank you for your interest in contributing to Dancing on the Winds of Heaven blog. This blog is about the power of touch and how alternative healing therapies have helped people over come and heal physical, mental, emotional and spiritual traumas.
Do you have a successful story to share about a natural healing modality that became the answer for a health issue?
I am interested in hearing about what is working out there in regards to natural medicine: Healing modalities such as Reiki, Jin Shin Jyutsu, Craniosacral, Hellerwork, Kinesiology, Body Wraps, Feldenkrais Method, Myotherapy, Tapping, Polarity Therapy, Psychic Surgery, Rolfing, Reflexology, Therapeutic Touch, Trager Approach, Seimei, Chi-Lel and Food as thy Medicine, to name just a few. I am sure there is much more, but that is all I can think of at the moment.
Make it personal and based on your own personal experiences. If your post or video contains only theory I will probably pass on it.
Length doesn’t matter. I’m not a word counter, so it doesn’t matter to me whether it takes 500 or 5,000 words to tell your story.
Include a bio. Please include a short bio with up to 2 links that will appear at the bottom of the post.
Limit in-post self promotion. If you have a product or service you are looking to promote please link to these in your bio rather than within the post. Links to relevant articles either on Dancing on the Winds of Heaven blog or other blogs within your post are ok.
Your post may be edited. I normally leave posts untouched, but in some cases I may edit things such as the title, grammar, format, etc.
Try to leave a question for readers at the end of your story because this is a great way to encourage comments.
Always promote and share your story with your network too!
Sound OK? If so, please get in touch by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Guest Post Submission” in the subject line.
If I enjoy your post I will write back with a suggested date to publish the story. Otherwise I’ll let you know that I’m passing on the submission so you can publish it elsewhere. Please note: due to time constraints I normally don’t provide feedback. If I pass on your submission you are welcome to send me something else for consideration.
I look forward to hearing from you!
Sharron Calvin- Founder and Editor