About Allison Peacock

A healer, teacher, and professional communicator, Allison Peacock's passions for nature and neuroscience inform her teaching and writing on the topics of Earth-honoring spirituality, personal and system wellness, and empowered business.

A season for all things: hitting the pause button

I’ve been remiss. Taking the summer and back-to-school rush periods off of blogging, I should have left a ‘Gone Fishin’ image earlier this summer. Apparently I’ve been casting well, as I’ve reeled in some interesting things over the past few months. Wonderful things are brewing in my life and in my work. And there have been big challenges as well. […]

By | October 22nd, 2013|Announcements|0 Comments

A New Story: Why medical and wellness?

There's a medical renaissance sweeping the country. The practice of medicine is being redefined. Self-care and personal responsibility for outcomes are more important than ever. [...]

By | September 1st, 2013|Patient Empowerment, Peacock Omnimedia|0 Comments

White horses and heroes and metaphors, oh my!

Do you have the energy and strength to face life? Life can ask more of you than you are willing to give. Joseph Campbell said that in his classic, The Hero’s Journey. A couple of weeks ago as announced here I had the adventure of working behind the scenes with Old Spice Man, actor and former NFL wide receiver Isaiah Mustafa on a commercial […]

The importance of telling our stories: raising the Patient Voice

I’ve decided to declare it patient advocacy month for White Horse Medicine! Continuing on the thread of my last blog on embracing our scars I want to celebrate some of the amazing patient advocate connections I’ve made in my efforts over the past few months to launch an innovative new patient-centered clinical model of care with Doctor Julie. One of the first things we undertook was to attend together a Harvard Medical School […]

I am Scar Clan

I recently ran into a great brand on Twitter and immediately ordered a tee shirt from them. RockScar Love was founded to “celebrate sexy scars, the lessons they teach us and the strength they create.” In this mission we are totally aligned. White Horse Medicine does much the same. I love the idea of celebrating scars. Celebrating them is not the same as […]

White medicine horse to meet Old Spice Man at Circuit of the Americas

In celebration of the conclusion of the V8 Supercars Austin 400, the spectacular international Arabian breeding stallion Nebras Al Rayyan will be participating in a media event and promotional photo shoot at the Circuit of The Americas from 12:30 – 1:00PM on Monday, May 20, 2013. […]

The peacock, the purple egg, and meeting an old friend for the first time

“The Doctor isn’t a man.”  I had decided to ride my bike to meet a new friend for the first time over coffee. Like many times before when I’ve settled into a quiet, quasi meditative state mentally on a bike ride, the vehicle my internal wisdom system chose for communicating with me was auditory. […]

Stepping into Medicine Woman’s shoes

For several months now I’ve been involved in a transition of sorts. Call it finally “cashing in my initiation chip,” if you will. To explain I’ll share something my sister-friend Dee sent me recently. It’s certainly not something that is new to me. I’ve known I that carried the Wounded Healer archetype for decades. Yet the fact that someone else so close to me, with so many intimate connections to my new path shared it in an email recently kind of brought it full circle. […]

40 quick energy tips

Along with good health, energy is one of the most precious commodities we have. And they are inextricably linked. Here is a list of 40 ways to naturally improve your energy level. […]

By | April 29th, 2013|Healthy Lifestyle|0 Comments

Rewiring an AWOL brain: 30 seconds to increased clarity and well being

{Editor’s note: This post is a further explanation of my favorite 30SecondMom tip of all time. After posting it recently I heard from several followers that they also use it successfully for thinking clearly in spite of having a headache and on restless children at bedtime!} Ever notice how you sometimes you can’t concentrate when you need it the most? We’ve all had those moments when the sudden stress of disturbing news about a loved one, anxiety about an upcoming date/interview/meeting, or too many work or kid requests coming at once suddenly cause you to realize you can’t think straight. When faced with what to do next you get…nothing. A blank. It feels as if someone has switched off your brain. […]

By | June 21st, 2012|Self-Care at Your Fingertips|1 Comment