About me and this blog
Don’t let the title of my blog mislead you. I am not deliberating the merits of salt in our diet nor do I discuss its uses in the culinary arts. The focus of this blog is health, spirituality and thought. The heading is a play on words using my surname. I’m Steve Salt.
With a name like Salt you get special attention from your friends. I have been tagged with many nicknames over the years: Salty Dog, Salt shaker, Salt-of-the-earth, spice-of-life, smelly Salt, NaCl (sodium chloride), saltine, and Morton Salt. I am sure there are more.
I have also been called Dr. Pepper. To be sure, I am not a doctor, but as you read my articles you can see I have a keen interest in health, especially the link between well-being, consciousness and spirituality. This field is not really that mysterious or trivial. A growing number of folks are exploring this subject and finding practical solutions to their health concerns.
Actually, the relationships of spirituality and thought to health and healing have received some intense scrutiny in the scientific and medical communities. The connection is real. The statistics bear it out. And that’s why I am writing and blogging. I research the latest findings, share the ideas of experts, and contribute some of my own thoughts about what it all means.
My interest in health also includes work as a Christian Science practitioner, helping individuals who are seeking a more consistent sense of wellness. I am also a contact for Christian Science in Ohio, so if you have any questions about it get in touch with me. My other work experiences have included education and proprietorship of a neighborhood hardware store.
I hope this blog informs and stimulates a sensible dialog about health, spirituality and consciousness.