About Me

Margie with her daughters, Brittany (L) and Gabrielle (R)

Hi, My name is Margie and I want to share what Goodness Gracious is all about.

After a lung cancer diagnosis once at the age of 30 and again at the age of 40, I immersed myself in learning all I could about maintaining my health with every modality of health and healing I could find.

I ambitiously read and researched alternative ways to assist in my healing process. I set my sights on the world of Macrobiotics, Eastern philosophies (Traditional Chinese Medicine),  yoga, visualization, meditation, acupuncture, Reiki therapy, shiatsu massage, and spiritual and mind work.

A few years later, I completed the Masters Program for Spiritual Psychology at the University of Santa Monica.  Releasing the patterns of consciousness that created that condition has been my growing edge, and I continue to work on that process everyday.

I considered and implemented every piece of information I could find! There are many different paths to healing, however, these are the tools that work best for me.

I am grateful for all of the wonderful people and healers that I have met on my journey. My life has been truly enriched  beyond my wildest dreams! I am now cancer free by balancing all three elements of Body, Mind, and Spirit!

My dream now is to use my life and what I have learned over 2 decades to inspire others to take charge of their health. From all the work I have done, I am truly excited and want to share what I have learned with you. I hope you find my site, www.my goodnessgracious.com inspirational, informative, uplifting, and most of all, a beneficial part of your daily life!

With Love,
Margie Ambrosanio

**Please note that I am not a medical doctor, psychiatrist, or spiritual advisor. This website and my daily tips for a better you are not meant to substitute any professional guidance, help, or assistance you may require. The information I provide is merely an overview and reflection of my own personal experiences and what I have learned from countless sources and people along the way, and is not meant to take place of any advice from your healthcare practioner or other medical professionals.