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Alison Blasko


Based in Los Angeles, Alison Blasko has a BS degree in Telecommunications and Film from San Diego State University. She worked in publishing and film for decades. Following her mother’s diagnosis of ovarian cancer in 2007, she completed massage therapist training at Culver City-based IPSB, Oncology Massage training at Orange County-based Greet The Day, and MLD certification from the Klose Institute.

Fascinated with the body/mind/spirit connection in all things, Alison launched The Law of Integrity website—--navigating life with personal integrity in a world that oft lacks integrity. Her books The Law of Integrity; A New Way of Being, and Acronyms That Heal will be released soon. She is in preproduction for a digital TV series in partnership with JTS.TV.

It’s her contention that we’re born as blessings for this world with unique gifts meant to be nurtured, cultivated, and shared.

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Posts by Alison Blasko:

  • Blueberry Ice Cream And Graduation Blues

  • June 24th, 2014
    It starts with kindergarten. All the graduation ceremonies. Seems like yesterday I was carting my son off to kindergarten with our dog in tow. I remember the fear in his face when I left him alone for that first “half-day” [...]

  • Pen Presence Onto The Resolution List

  • December 31st, 2013
    Santa’s Lists segue into New Year’s Resolutions Lists. So why not do something different this year and pen the former into the latter? How, you might ask? By transforming the concept of presents into presence. Presence [...]

  • Ways To Help Others Banish The Holiday Blues

  • December 15th, 2013
    It’s that time of year again. Black Friday has passed and hopefully we all survived. Carols don the airwaves. Tree lots miraculous sprouted, and even if you live in a sunny California, as I do, you get frosted trees—bringing [...]

  • Revelations: The Importance Of Reconnecting, Remembrance & Reflection

  • November 18th, 2013
    October was an odd month for me, it was at it’s a core a month of remembrance. Early in the month, I was contacted via FB by someone who was seeking out an Alison he once knew and based upon our subsequent heartfelt, [...]

  • Shoofly Pies, African Violets & Vinegar: Surprising Way Vinegar Makes Your Life Sweeter by Alison Blasko

  • October 7th, 2013
    You catch more flies with honey than vinegar. We’ve all heard this little ditty. Probably out of the mouth of a parent or a grandparent. And yep, you will attract more people and good fortune into your life if you [...]

  • Flights Of Fancy: Tips For Keeping Hummingbirds Happy, Healthy & In Your Garden!

  • September 10th, 2013
    I love humming birds. How they flit and chirp and never seem to sit still.  If time permitted, I’d spend a whole day watching them. Living in Southern Cal, if this was a realistic aspiration, I would be able to do [...]

  • Positive Purposeful Persistence Packs Powerful Punch

  • August 5th, 2013
    Anyone who’s ever taken a Mastermind course or studied the works of Napoleon Hill knows that attitude is everything. True…with an addendum. One needs to know the difference between wishful thinking and taking powerful [...]

  • A Survival Guide For Aging: Never Surrender

  • July 10th, 2013
    There’s something quite disconcerting when your child—a child who has not yet seen his 17th let alone 20th, 30th or yikes 40th b-day—declares he feels old. Making matters worse he’s made this revolutionary statement [...]

  • When Facing Cancer, Compassionate, Caring Touch Matters

  • June 21st, 2013
    I first heard the word cancer when I was nine. No, it was not pertaining to a grandparent or an elderly family friend. It pertained to my cousin, who was 11. She aspired to become a doctor. She knew this was her calling [...]

  • Plugging Your Spirit Into A Technological World

  • June 10th, 2013
    We live in a wired world…or should I say wireless. Our techno gizmos, gadgets, and games. They’re ubiquitous. Why just the other day I was at Barnes &Noble—I know what an archaic concept frequenting a book [...]