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  • Tai Chi may favorably affect the inflammatory system

    Complementary Medicine / Alternative Medicine News From Medical News Today
    24 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    A randomized controlled trial published in Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics indicates effects of a medictation techniqie, Tai Chi, on the inflammatory system.
  • Top Natural Antibiotics: 8 Natural Antibacterial Antibiotics

    Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches
    night-hawk
    21 Sep 2014 | 12:27 pm
    The purpose of common antibiotics is to eliminate germs, but here is the problem, not all bacteria is dangerous, some may actually be necessary for our body… Common antibiotics kill both, good and bad bacteria. Natural antibiotics on the other hand working with 2 primary ways. first they eliminate the dangerous germs and second they […] The post Top Natural Antibiotics: 8 Natural Antibacterial Antibiotics appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
  • How to treat erectile dysfunction naturally

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    trendyteam
    15 Oct 2014 | 8:01 am
    Erectile dysfunction is the sexual dysfunction characterized by inability to attain or maintain an erection for long durations. A penile erection is caused by the blood rushing into the sponge like muscular structures inside the penis. It is a very common health problem in older people. Half of the people older than 45 years of age face problems with erections. Inability to sustain an erection can cause reduced sexual desire, negative self image, anxiety and guilt. Impotence in three-fourth of the cases has medical causes and one-fourth of the cases have psychological causes. Medical…
  • Top 10 Energy Boosting Super Foods

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    Adge and Kelly Warman
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:12 am
    Energy-boosting super foods are a quick and easy way to cleanse your body of all those sins and kick-start your metabolism into burning fat, fast. We know it's not rocket science to eat less processed food and stock up on healthy fruit and veg, but there are certain tasty treats that can give you an additional super-boost. Thankfully, they're all tasty, filling and wholesome enough to deserve a spot in your kitchen cupboard. So look through our top 11 super-foods that'll kill your diet crash and start you feeling energised again:Brown riceIt might take a bit longer to cook than the white…
  • 4 Ways You Can Make $75K as a Coach – Watch This Video

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    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    21 Oct 2014 | 9:01 am
    If you’re living paycheck-to-paycheck as a coach, Margaret’s mission is to show YOU and the entire coaching industry how to thrive. This is the coaching advice you’ve been waiting for. Don’t miss it! We’re living in the most exciting time in history to be an entrepreneur! Having your own business today means having the chance ...Read More
 
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  • At FTC’s Request, Court Stops Supplement Marketers From Deceptive Advertising and Illegally Debiting Consumers’ Accounts

    NCCAM
    21 Oct 2014 | 2:21 pm
    FTC Press Release: At the Federal Trade Commission’s request, a U.S. district court has temporarily stopped a group of marketers in Nevada and California from conducting business using “free” trial offers and health claims that the agency charges are deceptive and illegal to pitch green coffee bean extract and another dietary supplements. The FTC is seeking to permanently stop their allegedly deceptive conduct.
  • Ebola

    NCCAM
    15 Oct 2014 | 2:13 pm
    No herbal treatments or other natural or alternative therapies have been shown to prevent or cure Ebola.
  • Grant Opportunity: Design Training Modules on Data Reproducibility

    Alberto Rivera-Rentas, Ph.D.
    15 Oct 2014 | 10:09 am
    Dr. Alberto Rivera-Rentas announces a grant opportunity, funded by NCCAM and nine other NIH agencies, for developing training courses to enhance researchers’ ability to generate reproducible, validated data.
  • FDA warns consumers not to use Eu Yan Sang (Hong Kong) Ltd.’s “Bo Ying compound"

    NCCAM
    10 Oct 2014 | 5:50 am
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warns parents and caregivers not to use “Bo Ying compound” manufactured by Eu Yan Sang (Hong Kong) Ltd. due to the potential lead poisoning risk associated with the product. The powdered product is marketed in retail outlets and online for use in infants and children for treatment of a variety of conditions including influenza, fever, sneezing, and nasal discharge. The product is labeled in Chinese and English.
  • Cholesterol Management at a Glance

    NCCAM
    9 Oct 2014 | 1:07 pm
    Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance that is made by your body. It also is in some foods. People with too much cholesterol in their blood are more likely to have a heart attack or stroke. Key approaches to treat high cholesterol include diet & weight management, physical activity, not smoking, & some prescription drugs. Some people also may try dietary supplements.
 
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  • Growth arrest and apoptosis via caspase activation of dioscoreanone in human non-small-cell lung cancer A549 cells

    Pintusorn Hansakul
    23 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Background: Dioscoreanone (DN) isolated from Dioscorea membranacea Pierre has been reported to exert potent cytotoxic effects against particular types of cancer. The present study was carried out to investigate the cytotoxicity of DN against a panel of different human lung cancer cell lines. The study further examined the underlying mechanisms of its anticancer activity in the human lung adenocarcinoma cell line A549. Methods: Antiproliferative effects of DN were determined by SRB and CFSE assays. The effect of DN on cell cycle distribution was assessed by flow cytometric analysis. Apoptotic…
  • Hederagenin from the leaves of ivy (Hedera helix L.) induces apoptosis in human LoVo colon cells through the mitochondrial pathway

    Bao-Xin-Zi Liu
    23 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Background: Colorectal cancer has become one of the leading cause of cancer morbidity and mortality throughout world. Hederagenin, a derivative of oleanolic acid isolated from the leaves of ivy (Hedera helix L.), has been shown to have potential anti-tumor activity. The study was conducted to evaluate whether hederagenin could induce apoptosis of human colon cancer LoVo cells and explore the possible mechanism. Methods: MTT assay was used for evaluating cell viability while Annexin V-FITC/PI assay and Hoechst 33342 nuclear stainining were used for the determination of apoptosis and…
  • Randomised controlled trial of a 12 week yoga intervention on negative affective states, cardiovascular and cognitive function in post-cardiac rehabilitation patients

    Alan Yeung
    23 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Background: Negative affective states such as anxiety, depression and stress are significant risk factors for cardiovascular disease, particularly in cardiac and post-cardiac rehabilitation populations.Yoga is a balanced practice of physical exercise, breathing control and meditation that can reduce psychosocial symptoms as well as improve cardiovascular and cognitive function. It has the potential to positively affect multiple disease pathways and may prove to be a practical adjunct to cardiac rehabilitation in further reducing cardiac risk factors as well as improving self-efficacy and…
  • The Alexander Technique and musicians: a systematic review of controlled trials

    Sabine Klein
    23 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Background: Musculoskeletal disorders, stress and performance anxiety are common in musicians. Therefore, some use the Alexander Technique (AT), a psycho-physical method that helps to release unnecessary muscle tension and re-educates non-beneficial movement patterns through intentional inhibition of unwanted habitual behaviours. According to a recent review AT sessions may be effective for chronic back pain. This review aimed to evaluate the evidence for the effectiveness of AT sessions on musicians' performance, anxiety, respiratory function and posture. Methods: The following electronic…
  • Anti-cancer activity of Ginger (Zingiber officinale) leaf through the expression of activating transcription factor 3 in human colorectal cancer cells

    Gwang Hun Park
    22 Oct 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Background: Ginger leaf (GL) has long been used as a vegetable, tea and herbal medicine. However, its pharmacological properties are still poorly understood. Thus, we performed in vitro studies to evaluate anti-cancer properties of ginger leaf and then elucidate the potential mechanisms involved. Methods: Cell viability was measured by MTT assay. ATF3 expression level was evaluated by Western blot or RT-PCR and ATF3 transcriptional activity was determined using a dual-luciferase assay kit after the transfection of ATF3 promoter constructs. In addition, ATF3-dependent apoptosis was evaluated…
 
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  • Control Blood Sugar with Interval Training

    Sunaina Shenoy
    21 Oct 2014 | 8:30 pm
    Exercise smart, not hard. It’s not about working out for longer periods of time but rather working harder in your limited time that gives you the desired result. Alternating periods of intense effort with periods of moderate-to-low effort in one single session during your physical work out is called Interval Training. Studies have shown that interval […]The post Control Blood Sugar with Interval Training appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
  • Pop Vitamin Supplements To Keep Your Arteries Healthy!

    Shalini Attre
    20 Oct 2014 | 3:30 am
    If you have high levels of LDL cholesterol, it shoots up your risk of getting heart diseases. Bad cholesterol gets deposited on the walls of your arteries and blocks blood flow to the heart. As a result of this, the heart muscles have to work harder to pump blood. When arterial blockages increase The end […]The post Pop Vitamin Supplements To Keep Your Arteries Healthy! appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
  • Why You Should Take Short Breaks

    Shalini Attre
    4 Dec 0001 | 4:00 pm
    Do you fail to find time for yourself? Studies reveal that taking short naps or spending a little time for oneself can be quite beneficial for health. Go for a nap as it rejuvenates your body and rests your mind. It helps you perform better and gives you a competitive edge at work. It improves […]The post Why You Should Take Short Breaks appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
  • Lose Weight To Improve Your Brain Health!

    Shalini Attre
    4 Dec 0001 | 4:00 pm
    Being overweight affects your body as well your brain. It affects the way your brain processes sugar and may lead to lowering of cognitive abilities with time. Obesity causes insulin resistance. Insulin resistance may lead to mental degenerative ailments like Alzheimer’s disease. Body fat also blocks the hormonal signal to the brain that your tummy […]The post Lose Weight To Improve Your Brain Health! appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
  • New Ways To Cope with Alzheimer’s Disease!

    Shalini Attre
    4 Dec 0001 | 4:00 pm
    Alzheimer’s is a degenerative disease that affects the memory of the sufferers. It causes mental and physical stress not only on the patient but also his family members. It adversely affects their sleep and may cause anxiety and depression. Scientists have devised a new way of coping with Alzheimer’s disease. The caregivers can attend an […]The post New Ways To Cope with Alzheimer’s Disease! appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
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  • Snippets from the Chakra Cord Intensive in Bali

    Dean Ramsden
    12 Oct 2014 | 5:44 pm
    During and after the 2014 Chakra & Chakra Cord Intensive in Bali I published a number of snippet posts, featuring photographs and lectures from the Intensive. Go here and scroll backwards, to find the Snippets from Bali 1 – 9, as well as The Chakra Restart post. Or, jump there directly, starting with Reflections on the Healing Intensive.  Coming up soon: news about the Chakra Cord and the Astral Energetics workshops in Amsterdam, Holland, in April 2015.
  • Session Five of the Six Session Series

    Dean Ramsden
    12 Aug 2014 | 3:06 pm
    In every fifth session of a Six Session Series we move our attention to the act of speaking, and of listening. The way we express ourselves through sonic reality defines how others respond to us as much as our appearance and physical bearing. The sound of our voices, and the words we use, create an ambiance, an invited experience, in all our relationships. If I am unclear in my intentions to others, or mask my real needs in the language of compliance, my voice will not support a positive outcome in any relationship. I will also have to learn the social graces and strategies necessary in adult…
  • Session Four of the Six Session Series

    Dean Ramsden
    8 Aug 2014 | 2:52 pm
    The fourth session in the Six Session Series brings our attention to two aspects of the same relational function of caring and long-term emotional connection. It begins by focussing on our self-care, and on concern or nurturing connections to others. As the largest of the six major chakras, Anahata chakra is intensely relational, extending the function of its own self-care system out towards others. It is therefore the foundational energy center that deals with empathy and mutuality, as what is within us is then empathically relayed to others who are significant to us (as well as to other…
  • Sympathetic Resonance Energy Healing

    Dean Ramsden
    16 Jul 2014 | 3:01 pm
    One of the most helpful energy healing skills available to us to help people is sympathetic resonance energy healing. This is where the resonance of a known healing agent is energetically “copied” and then resonated to the client, either in-person or over any distance. For example, the analgesic resonance of Arnica can be energetically “memorized” by the energy healer and then transmitted to the energy field of the client so as to help reduce the client’s pain. If a more powerful effect is needed, the healer can resonate and transmit Lidocaine-like frequences. So, how is this skill…
  • Session Three of the Six Session Series

    Dean Ramsden
    13 Jul 2014 | 7:02 pm
    After working with your energetic boundaries, enhancing your rooting into the living planet beneath us, and work on your attachment cords to others, we turn to the functioning of your Third Chakra: mental beliefs, and the use of the mind. Pre-existing patterns of thought, held in our belief systems, often preclude our evolution, and can inhibit change. If we are unable to transform our mind the way the caterpillar changes to a butterfly, then we will remain at archaic stages of personal development. We are designed to evolve, to grow, through successive stages of transformation, until we…
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    Mind Body Spirit Journal

  • MEET THE AMAZING COMMENT-SPAM SPINNER TOOL

    ken winston caine
    3 Oct 2014 | 2:33 pm
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  • What has happened here? Anyone home?

    ken winston caine
    28 Jan 2014 | 11:21 am
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  • Please don’t feel ashamed…

    ken winston caine
    3 Feb 2013 | 3:07 pm
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    Tiny Farm Blog

  • Beef meets kale

    Mike (tfb)
    9 Oct 2014 | 1:51 pm
    Yes, yet another thing to do with KALE! In a small fit of inspiration, I tore up a few fistfuls of baby Red Russian, and tossed ‘em int0 the pot with carrots, onions, grass-fed beef shank, salt, pepper, garlic and water, slow-cooked for quite a while, six hours or more, adding brown rice towards the end. Voila, Beef and Kale Stew. The kale contributes just a hint of seaweed taste, but maybe that’s just me. Anyhow, excellent. Will do again. Beef meets kale
  • Back to the market!

    Mike (tfb)
    3 Jun 2014 | 12:33 pm
    [From 24-May-2014] First day of the season at the outdoor farmers’ market. It’s not a particularly early start, the market goes outside on the first Saturday of May. In any case, here we are once again, this time around with lettuce mix and a bit of arugula from the unheated greenhouse, and baby kale from overwintered plants in the field. Nice day! Back to the market!
  • Fresh as it gets!

    Mike (tfb)
    21 Jan 2014 | 4:26 pm
    Continuing snowy white and frigid outside, and if it weren’t for the handy neighborhood supermarket, the last thing you’d be thinking about around here right now is fresh orange juice. The reality is, there’s plenty of it, legally speaking, at least: aseptic storage and flavor packs aside, fresh not frozen, not from concentrate, pulpy or pulp free OJ is in abundance, now as ever, and often on special, too! Fresh as it gets!
  • Catalogs!

    Mike (tfb)
    14 Jan 2014 | 11:48 am
    This year’s seed catalogs! Haven’t kept on the mailing lists for the dozen or more I used to get. I do always look around online, but for the hard copy, and the main seed ordering, it’s reduced to two, one main seed supplier and a backup. The more you know, the less you need? I like the sound of that! :) Catalogs!
  • Improbably early corn!

    Mike (tfb)
    11 Jan 2014 | 6:24 pm
    [From 5-May-2012] Fresh sweet corn at the beginning of May?! Wow, it’s a miracle! After a period of mild outrage when I first started tiny farming, as it sunk in how far and in what conditions most of our fresh food travels, the knee-jerk negative reaction to the sight of long distance food at the supermarket, and especially at the farmers’ market via the big resellers, thankfully faded away. Automatic anger is a waste of energy that could be put to better uses (weeding comes to mind). So seeing corn in big bins at the store as if it’s fresh from the field down the road,…
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    The Essential Herbal Blog

  • Pre-Order Drawing - Winged Seed

    Tina Sams
    23 Oct 2014 | 2:11 pm
    We're celebrating  here today.  Just sent the "Through the Seasons" file off to print, and were assured that there would be no problem delivering within our time frame.  LOVE our local printing company. We wound up with a 10 page (3 columns, 8 pt) index!  You won't believe how much is in this book.  We're very proud of it.  Get your copy at www.essentialherbal.comThe pre-ordering sale will continue until November 10.Here is today's preview of one of the prizes that all those pre-ordering the book will be in the running for:The CALMA™ Eye Pillow is…
  • Pre-Order Drawing - Magazine Subscriptions!

    Tina Sams
    22 Oct 2014 | 11:12 am
    Still making up for the weekend here.The drawing for those purchasing "Through the Seasons" going to be amazing.  As of yesterday, there were 35 GREAT prizes, and we're adding another 3 today - and there are still 9 more days of previews.  Pre-order your copy today, HEREToday we're throwing in 3 subscriptions of The Essential Herbal.In the US, they will be print subscriptions.  Outside the US, they'll be the PDF version.  If you win and already subscribe, we'll just tack it on to the end.The book is truly jam-packed.  I can scarcely believe we got all that information…
  • Pre-Order Drawing - 12 Must Have Herbs

    Tina Sams
    21 Oct 2014 | 6:21 am
    We ended up with right around 450 pages in "Through the Seasons."  There was some serious nudging and squeezing going on, and watching Maryanne find space for illustrations was like watching a magician at work.  Finishing the index today, and then off to the printer!  Order yours today - only 20 days left to take advantage of the pre-order perks!  www.essentialherbal.comI missed a couple postings over the weekend, and promised that I'd make up for it, so today I have TEN of this item to award during the Nov 10 drawing."12 Must Have Herbs to Grow and Use" by Michele Brown…
  • Pre-Order Drawing - Ravenwood Gardens

    Tina Sams
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:22 am
    Believe it or not, we're still putting the finishing touches on the "Through the Seeasons" book.  Our printer is tapping his foot, I'm certain.  Thank goodness, we have one of the best!  They rescue us from ourselves on a regular basis.It's been so amazing to work on this.  The hundreds of recipes, hundreds of medicinal remedies, over 50 plant profiles, tons of gardening information, bath & body care concoctions (with a strong accent on soap), crafting instructions, and a wonderfully stuffed chapter of herbalists talking about being herbalists - well honestly, I'd…
  • Baked Oatmeal

    Tina Sams
    18 Oct 2014 | 7:34 am
    Recipe is one of the hundreds of recipes, medicine, and crafts to be found in "Through the Seasons" Baked Oatmeal 2 cups old fashioned oats 1 1/2 cups milk 2 large eggs 1/2 cup maple syrup or honey 1 tsp baking powder 1 tbsp coconut oil or butter 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1 cup fruit (dried) 1/2 cup nuts Preheat oven to 350°F. Grease an 8 x 8 cooking pan. Mix the wet ingredients together well, and then combine dry ingredients into that mixture. Spread into the prepared pan and bake for 30-40 minutes, until top is firm and a toothpick comes out clean in the center. Serve with milk if desired. So many…
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  • Homeopathy for Colds, Coughs and Flu

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:21 am
    Do you or your family members constantly battle reoccurring colds, flu and coughs? Homeopathic remedies seek to address the unique way that YOU have your symptoms. For example, coughing can be exhausting and all coughs are different.
  • Free talk: "The Simplicity of Homeopathy"

    21 Oct 2014 | 11:17 pm
    Wednesday, October 22nd starting at 5:30 PM and ending at 6:30 PM MDT. Contact Alyssa Beck, Bluebird Homeopathy by email or by phone at 2082010120 for more information regarding the Free talk: "The Simplicity of Homeopathy".
  • Healing with homeopathy

    19 Oct 2014 | 6:16 am
    Rajan Sankaran highlights not merely symptoms of diseases but also the accompanying feeling of patients
  • UAE- Homeopathy fast gaining popularity among Arabs

    19 Oct 2014 | 4:37 am
    (MENAFN - Khaleej Times) According to experts people are resorting to homeopathy to treat allergies and diseases like hyperacidity.Dr Mukesh Batra Chairman and Founder of Dr Batra&...
  • Homeopathy fast gaining popularity among Arabs

    18 Oct 2014 | 11:02 pm
    According to experts, people are resorting to homeopathy to treat allergies and diseases like hyperacidity.
 
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    Sandpoint Wellness Council

  • October is National Physical Therapy month

    Owen Marcus
    21 Oct 2014 | 1:12 pm
    The field of Physical Therapy had its humble beginnings back in the days of Roosevelt and the Polio “sanitariums”. The field has progressed over the years advancing from educational requirements of a Bachelor’s degree to that of a DPT or Doctor of Physical Therapy. Sandpoint is blessed with an abundance of Physical Therapists. I find that most people are unaware that Physical Therapists specialize in a wide variety of areas. In fac,t since we all take different continuing education classes, two PTs within the same specialty area may have very different knowledge and treatment…
  • Great Health Practices for Older Folks

    Owen Marcus
    14 Oct 2014 | 11:06 am
    #497311519 / gettyimages.com Many of my massage clients have reached “senior” status. Hooray for the discounts we all now receive! Good health and longevity have become our prime focus. Insurance premium rates, whether individual coverage or group coverage, is a large concern especially for those on fixed incomes. Prescription medications can take a real bite out of one’s expenses, so maintaining optimal health as a goal cannot be understated. For older folks I see six necessary factors that will insure optimal health and vitality and lower our health care costs. Exercise is a must.
  • Experiencing memory fog? Eat your veggies

    Owen Marcus
    14 Oct 2014 | 11:02 am
    #175169538 / gettyimages.com Many of us as we get older begin to worry about our recognitions of other people especially names and events in our lives that may have been from this morning or last week. Here is a little quiz to check to see how you are doing. Be honest with yourself. After all, this is all about you. Our brains are miraculous so if you experience many of these symptoms, take heart that you can do something to improve your brain power. Sometimes it is just stressful circumstances that can up the ante of our forgetfulness – like multitasking and undertaking too much. Is your…
  • Improving Time Management Key to Preparing Healthy Meals

    Owen Marcus
    24 Sep 2014 | 9:32 am
    I have been undertaking two major courses in entrepreneurship and marketing. Along with having to maintain my home, yard and garden, a business, and beginning a new business as well as keeping up with my studies and nutrition research, I find my time is taken up with all these activities. It has come to my attention that I am out of sync with an appropriate “schedule” that enables me to better manage my time. What generally happens is I don’t eat when I should, but rather “grab-and-go” which is not a good plan or good for my energy needs. All of us are juggling our many interests…
  • The Reason Men Fail at Relationships

    Owen Marcus
    24 Sep 2014 | 7:20 am
    “Men who were subjected to ‘nagging’, constant demands and worries from their partners, were 2.5 times as likely to die within ten years than those with less stressful relationships.”[1] Why do women nag? They often nag because their partner is not living up to his commitment to her or himself. What was once a passionate relationship devolved to a nagfest. Men can be emotionally open in the courting phase of the relationship. It’s not just that we are playing our best game because we want something; it’s also because challenge and change encourages us to risk. In the case…
 
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    Kala's Bohemian Blog - Explore Your Spirit with Kala

  • Kala’s Adventures in Reading Seashells and Crystals

    Kala Ambrose
    22 Oct 2014 | 9:00 am
    Kala Ambrose  “Your Travel Guide to the Other Side” Adventures in Reading Crystals,  Gemstones and Seashells with Kala Kala and her Mom in Hawaii     Sacred Cowrie Shells, protection, prosperity and connection to the goddess.   Kala’s Altar Table in her home, filled with crystals, gemstones and seashells that she works with.   On top of the altar is a conch shell, along with a bird that symbolizes the Egyptian Ibis and two forms of eternal light, the one on the left symbolizing the eternal flame that burns within.     Do you love Crystals and Gemstones?    I…
  • Reading Crystals, Gemstones and Seashells with Kala

    Kala Ambrose
    22 Oct 2014 | 7:48 am
    Lesson Eleven: Reading Seashells, Crystals, Gemstones and Crystal Ball Gazing The Live Webinar Course with Kala is scheduled for Thursday, November 6th, from 7pm – 9pm Eastern. Since ancient times, crystals and gemstones have been used in magical rituals, energy work and deeply spiritual practices as their energy provides a powerful impact on both the earth planes and the spiritual planes. Ancient Egyptian High Priests and Priestesses used Lapis Lazuli and Carnelian for personal work on the body and in the temples. The Greeks referred to gemstones as the bones of the Earth and used them…
  • Working in Spirit Realm During Halloween

    Kala Ambrose
    18 Oct 2014 | 10:19 am
      Lesson Ten: Working in Spirit Realm during Halloween and in the Akashic Records There are certain pockets of time each year where the portals to spirit world are more easily accessible to pass through, both for spirits to visit the earth plane and for those of us here on earth to visit the other planes. The three days around the holiday known as Halloween, (October 30, 31st and November 1st) are one of these times where the veil is easily lifted and pierced. During this three-day period, many people choose to connect with their loved ones from the other side. One of the ways to reach out…
  • Intuition, Energy and Ghosts in Research Triangle Park – Kala speaking at RTP180

    Kala Ambrose
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:31 am
    Recently I had the pleasure to speak at RTP180 about Intuition, Energy and Ghosts.  RTP 180°: Showcasing the Sum of the Triangle with Innovation. Education. Industry. These are powerful angles – and what the Research Triangle Park is known for. Here’s the description of this event: At “RTP 180°,” speakers from our three founding universities, local companies and the community at-large are called upon to take the stage to speak passionately about what matters to them. On the third Thursday of every month, come join us and partake of free food, beer and smarts — the show…
  • Reading Seashells, Crystals and Gemstones with Kala

    Kala Ambrose
    4 Oct 2014 | 8:58 am
    Kala Ambrose’s Academy of Mystical Arts & Spiritual Sciences provides the opportunity for private and group online course study via webinars and video downloads with Award Winning Author and Wisdom Teacher Kala Ambrose Don’t miss this opportunity to study live with Kala! Here’s the details of her November Webinar: Lesson Eleven: Reading Seashells, Crystals, Gemstones and Crystal Ball Gazing The Live Webinar Course with Kala is scheduled for Thursday, November 6th, from 7pm – 9pm Eastern. Since ancient times, crystals and gemstones have been used in magical rituals,…
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    The SmartLiving Network Coach Blogs

  • Rethinking the Concept of "Disease"

    24 Oct 2014 | 8:08 am
    As a family doctor, the majority of my work days are spent performing routine physicals and maintaining chronic disease. A new book, The Disease Delusion, is challenging how modern medicine looks at chronic disease toward improving the health of our society.
  • New Study: Can Turmeric Help With Alzheimer's Disease?

    17 Oct 2014 | 6:44 am
    I visited India for the first time in 2006. nbsp The first time I walked into an open-air community market I was overwhelmed. nbsp The sights and smells were a feast for the senses.
  • The Cons of a Multi-Pet Household: Why You Might Want to Reconsider Having More Than One Pet

    13 Oct 2014 | 10:10 am
    I have four pets - two cats and two dogs - and they are my joy! I love coming home to all four of them. They greet me with enthusiasm at the door every time time I come home, and that always puts a smile on my face. This said
  • Infertility Treatment Goes Over The Counter with "The Stork"

    30 Sep 2014 | 10:47 am
    This week, the FDA approved The Stork OTC as the first conception assistance device available over the counter. This blog will cover The Stork and it's indications, discussing also the controversy putting this devise in the hands of the public without professional medical counsel.
  • Infectious Disease Update: Ebola, Enterovirus and Chikungunya

    28 Sep 2014 | 7:40 am
    The news is again saturated with new players in the man vs. microbe struggle. Stories on Ebola, Enterovirus D-68 and Chikungunya are creating alarm and posing threats on different levels. Is this just sensationalism on the part or the media or do we have reason for legitimate concern?
 
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    The Aromahead Blog

  • All-Natural Solid Deodorant Recipe

    Andrea Butje
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:34 am
    This all-natural solid deodorant recipe is a sneak preview into the kinds of blends you get in Aromahead Institute’s eBook! (To purchase the Essential Living eBook, click here!) Makes about four 1 oz. deodorant tubes. Ingredients 1 oz (28 g) Beeswax 3 oz (84 g) Jojoba 20 drops Orange essential oil (Citrus sinensis) 20 drops Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) Tools Kitchen scale Pyrex-style large measuring bowl Medium stove top pot Glass stirring rod or spoon Four 1 oz deodorant tubes Directions: Use the “Stove Top Melting Method” to liquify and combine the base carriers. Place the…
  • Aloe Avocado Soap-Free Face Wash

    Andrea
    13 Oct 2014 | 4:26 am
    Cleanse and refresh your skin with this soap-free face wash! If you follow the Aromahead Blog, you know I love coming up with new ways to cleanse and nourish skin without drying it out or stripping its nutrients. Well, I have another beautiful aromatherapy recipe for you! This recipe is for an all natural, soap-free face wash. First let me say that I have used some wonderful soaps—and have even made them myself and shared recipes with you all. But I still prefer not to use soap on my face. I know a lot of people who are in the same boat. Their skin is just too sensitive for it. So this…
  • Saro Essential Oil: A healing profile

    Andrea Butje
    6 Oct 2014 | 3:00 am
    The Republic of Madagascar is a series of islands off the southeastern coast of Africa. The islands are rich with animal and plant life. Many plants in Madagascar are found nowhere else in the world. Cinnamosma fragrans, commonly known as Saro, is one of the healing plants native only to the island nation of Madagascar. Saro essential oil, along with Ravintsara and Niaouli essential oils, is harvested in the wild, and distilled in Madagascar. In the past when friends have had upper respiratory infections, I have made them blends with Saro and they have really appreciated the relief and the…
  • Aromatherapy Recipes to Enhance Your Yoga Practice

    Andrea Butje
    29 Sep 2014 | 3:00 am
    Yoga and aromatherapy share a common goal–that of naturally, gently, restoring a person’s balance and health. Maybe that’s why they have a long history of working together. Essential oils affect us quickly, and they affect us deeply. Essential oils can be such powerful tools, especially in conjunction with yoga, as we connect with our bodies in deep, holistic, strengthening ways. Preparing for Your Practice Some yoga studios don’t allow the use of aromatherapy during yoga classes. Scents can linger in a space after the class is over, and what one person finds soothing, another may…
  • Inward Journey- A New Online Class by Cindy Black

    Andrea Butje
    22 Sep 2014 | 10:10 am
    Each morning I light incense. It is my personal way to take time to get centered, to connect and feel ready for my day. I also love to take walks and to write. Do you have rituals or routines for each day to help reduce stress? I want to tell you about a wonderful new kind of online class from Cindy Black called “Inward Journey“.  It is a beautiful step by step guided program to help you create a practice of self-awareness, contemplation and movement. A few highlights of the Inward Journey class: • Learn how to develop a daily practice of self-awareness to help reduce stress.
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  • Easing the heart

    Cindy Black
    10 Oct 2014 | 6:56 am
    Ren 17 (Conception Vessel 17) is a great point for relieving emotional stress weighing on the heart. Named Shan Zhong, “Chest Center”, I add this point into my sessions for people who are in the midst of crisis, loss, and/or stressful times. The point is located in the center of chest, on the sternum (breast bone). Ren 17 is at our heart center. When we hold our emotions in, sometimes they get bunched up in this area. By applying gentle pressure to Ren 17 we encourage the unraveling of the energy associated with these emotions. You know things are loosening up when the breath…
  • More learning from weeds

    Cindy Black
    2 Oct 2014 | 8:52 am
    A few trees have planted themselves in my garden. Living Wisdom from Wise Woman Teresa L. Crosier, DOM It’s been months of me wondering what to do about them. Do I pull them out while they are small? Do I wait and see what they are? Am I being too controlling about this little area of earth called “my garden”? Who am I to destroy another tree? Why is a tree growing here a weed, but the tree growing there is “a beautiful tree”? On this Earth, am welcomed or am I a weed? I am both, and I am neither. Inspired by the book, In Harmony with Nature, just published by my…
  • Breathing into the Metal Element

    Cindy Black
    26 Sep 2014 | 9:18 am
    Welcome to the Metal Element. It’s Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere. Each of the 5 Elements of Chinese medicine is associated with a different season. Metal is the Element associated with Autumn. This is the time of the year that the trees are letting go of their leaves, and plants are condensing their energy into their roots. The Metal Element is a time of letting go, of going inward, condensing and consolidating our energy and attention. During Autumn you can harmonize with the Metal Element in order to support your health and vitality all year long. What does Metal Element ask of…
  • Inward Journey: An Adventure Worth Taking!

    Cindy Black
    18 Sep 2014 | 11:45 am
    How do we actually change? I’ve been wondering about this question my whole life. I can’t say I have a definitive answer, but I do have some clues! Clue #1 – Changing my external circumstances doesn’t necessarily make me happier. I have changed jobs, relationships, location, cars, computers, phones, lawn mowers, garden tools, friends (and even Facebook friends) many times over the years. I have noticed that it’s still “me” in here responding (and reacting) to all of these people, places and things. Clue #2 – I’m the only person that I can…
  • Becoming a better friend to yourself

    Cindy Black
    11 Sep 2014 | 8:07 am
    I had an experience recently of being in an ornery mood, so I went outside to “get away from it”. As I was settling into the fresh air, away from my bad mood, I realized of course that the mood “followed me”.  I just had to laugh at my effort to “get away from myself”. I spent most of August by myself. I’ve been on a personal retreat, taking time to integrate many new things that I’ve been learning and to have time for reflection, contemplation, and integration. I know that I have had plenty of moments like the one above, where I try to…
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  • Shoes for Energy Healers and Earthing Fans

    13 Oct 2014 | 9:19 am
    There's a company that makes shoes for energy healers, and those who are interested in "Earthing," or connecting energy with the earth for all of the health benefits that come with it. Earthing is real, it's also called grounding, and I incorporate it into my practice daily. A word on earthing/grounding:There are many ways to get reacquainted with that people-Earth connection. One way is through a little visualization, thinking of yourself as a tree with roots growing down from your soles into the earth, then visualizing absorbing that healing earth-frequency into those roots and up into…
  • This Blessed Life

    14 Sep 2014 | 2:26 pm
    Recently, I watched this most incredible video:I absolutely love this. And, I guess it stuck with me. Because I found myself applying this perspective to my so-called problems. If you have four minutes now or after reading this post, watch it. You'll be so glad you did.I'll summarize and interpret some of the points that sunk into my soul here:We are all part of the same energetic source, with our own individual strand of energy inside us which lets us experience everything, and also allows us to be part of the collective whole and an individual personality at the same time. (I love this so…
  • Forging a Path

    28 Aug 2014 | 6:55 am
    It's my kids' first week back at school, and I'm absolutely loving the blissful quiet in the house. I've taken on new projects, and it's so much easier to concentrate without a lot of interruptions. Wow. The contrast is amazing. I'm also proud of the way they've just jumped right in with sports and activities, and getting back into the pattern of after school snacks and homework as if they never left. I've been working on my website marketing for my school, Reiki Awakening Academy. And I'm happy to have the help of a great consultant, Linda Stephens. One of the parts of creating an…
  • The Summer Stretch

    21 Jul 2014 | 8:31 am
    This is our first summer living in Maryland. I truly love living here. I love our neighborhood, our house and yard that is just the right size for our big family, and how near we are to a multitude of activities ranging from Washington, DC museums to a day on the beach. My kids are growing. My oldest will begin High School in just a month. I'll have kids in three different schools this year, also a first. They're developing their own interests, and with them, a desire to explore.Which means that this summer, my kids are involved in a myriad of activities, and I'm their primary…
  • A Review and Giveaway!

    24 Jun 2014 | 7:53 am
    Recently, I was contacted by the gracious Mary Wallace of improvedhealing.com, offering to send me one of her absolutely gorgeous Energy Healing Blankets, and some healing jewelry they make to review and one for a giveaway (yes, you read that right!). I happily accepted.I received a package a short while later. The Healing Blanket is absolutely beautiful. It's healing energy-charged, and also embroidered. It has a gorgeous angel image design. And, as you can see, my cat, Pippy, loves it! Before I even opened it from its package, he was laying on it in the box. A much better view is…
 
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  • Gorgeous Andrew Wyeth Print Framing Job!

    Sydney Johnston
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:11 am
    We sell some Andrew Wyeth prints on Amazon and we recently sold one named “Monday Morning” to a lovely lady named Jeannette. Today we are thrilled to get some pictures of how Jeannette’s print looks now that she has framed it. Take a look for yourself.   So beautiful! And here’s a close-up of her […]
  • A Luscious, CHEAP Alpha-Hydroxy Skin Treatment

    Sydney Johnston
    12 Oct 2014 | 1:14 pm
    No doubt you’ve heard a lot about the value of alpha-hydroxy for your skin. A natural alpha-hydroxy, that is. Well, here is a luscious little goodie you can whip up yourself and it’s so cheap it’s almost obscene. Step #1: Our beauty concoction begins with a trip to the grocery to get some half and […]
  • How To Start Your Day!

    Sydney Johnston
    5 Oct 2014 | 8:53 am
    How to start your day, every day … OK, maybe we don’t need to stand on the counter, but otherwise this video says it all. What could be a better way to live than to focus on gratitude and saying “Thank you” constantly, all day long. You might think that you have nothing be grateful […]
  • Do You Know If Your New “What’s-It” Is On A Recall List?

    Sydney Johnston
    4 Oct 2014 | 8:55 am
    None of us want to spend our money on dangerous or defective items and with the holidays racing towards us, we need to pay even more attention. The most important group to protect, of course, is kids. Toys that easily break are bad enough, but toys that are dangerous can be a disaster. So if you’re […]
  • What Are Molluscum Warts?

    Sydney Johnston
    29 Sep 2014 | 1:22 pm
    Molluscum warts are caused by a different HPV virus strain than is an underlying reason of most others warts. They look like skin-colored bumps of the size ranging from one to six millimeters in diameter. They may appear virtually anywhere on the skin – from upper thighs and abdomen to face, usually in clusters. The bad […]
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  • Self-Care Workarounds

    The Yoga Nurse™
    21 Oct 2014 | 7:17 am
    I’ve often said, “Our Self-Care is our wealth care.” Self-care is our true wealth as nurses and as people. I’ve collaborated with Elizabeth Scala on several of her rejuvenation for nurses initiatives. She is sincere and dedicated to making a difference in nursing. “Nursing from Within” is a fast read booklet to “putting out fires and self-care workarounds”. It offers guidance for nurses at all levels of the profession. That’s why I agreed to be part of her blog tour for her new book, Nursing from Within. The premise is to Go Within to Shift…
  • Even Cancer Wants to Be Loved

    The Yoga Nurse™
    18 Aug 2014 | 6:26 pm
    The Lesson of Surrendering to What Is. According to the deepest Yoga teachings, there is only one creator. In facto only ONE author–. This one author plays all the parts, writes all the lines we speak, and is the one who is writing this post     According to ayurveda, the sister science to yoga, cancer is composed of renegade cells that have forgotten their purpose. Their dharma- in yoga speak. These cells are acting out and are control freaks. (thanks to Dr’s. Deepak Chopra & David Simon who taught me this when I studied Ayurveda with them in 1996.)   Cancer cells…
  • The Yoga of Collaboration in Nurses and Nursing

    The Yoga Nurse™
    12 Apr 2014 | 3:24 pm
    This post is part of a collaboration with other nurse bloggers. Gratitude to RNFM Radio with Keith and Kevin who are hosting this round. Recently I was invited to be a speaker for an erudite group of Oncology Nurse Practitioners from Dartmouth Medical Center in New Hampshire. The nurse planner wanted me to help create better COLLABORATION + COMMUNITY. Ahh, right up my alley. As the founder of YogaNursing®, I teach how yoga which means UNION, amplifies unity, community collaboration. GENTLE yoga therapy enhances collaborative relationships in all things body, mind and spirit-in nurses and…
  • An Insider Tell All: Nurses Who Are Addicted

    The Yoga Nurse™
    13 Mar 2014 | 8:27 am
    The topic for this month’s nursing blog carnival is LOADED! Nurses and our addictions. Ten nurse leaders share their POV, including moi. As I’m the host for this carnival, I’ll get the ball rolling.   Find out the little known #1 Addiction I discovered At first blush, we automatically think drugs, drug diversion, opiates, alcohol. Jeez! Even Oprah had a show recently featuring a nurse who got addicted to heroin. And she got clean THE FACTS according to The American Nurses Association (ANA) state approximately 10% of nurses are dependent on drugs, making the incidence of…
  • Yoga Nursing on National TV- Meet the Experts

    The Yoga Nurse™
    6 Mar 2014 | 7:37 am
    This brief interview features all the bountiful benefits of Yoga Nursing® Learn more about how Yoga Nursing, a new movement in nursing and yoga, is expanding consciousness in health care, nursing and for patients worldwide. Listen to the three easy, proven steps that ANYONE can do. And I mean anyone. Hosted by Arielle Ford, best selling author who helped to launch the careers of Deepak Chopra and Marianne Williamson to name only a few. http://yoganurse.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Yoga-Nurse-on-Meet-the-Experts-with-Arielle-Ford.mp4   Would love to know how you feel about Yoga…
 
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  • The Official Patient’s Sourcebook on Laryngeal Cancer: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age

    Chalida Jones
    24 Oct 2014 | 8:23 am
    The Official Patient’s Sourcebook on Laryngeal Cancer: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age This sourcebook has been created for patients who have decided to make education and Internet-based research an integral part of the treatment process. Although it gives information useful to doctors, caregivers and other health professionals, it also tells patients where and how to look for information covering virtually all topics related to laryngeal cancer, from the essentials to the most advanced areas of research. The title of this book includes the word official. This…
  • Upset stomach bubbling after swallowing keys and beads

    Chalida Jones
    24 Oct 2014 | 5:08 am
    This the follow on to the previous recording of beads and keys in my stomach, but a few hours later. Its still a lot of me rolling around etc to hear and fee… Video Rating: 4 / 5 Bookmark It Hide Sites
  • Cancer of the Larynx (Clinical Cancer Monographs)

    Chalida Jones
    24 Oct 2014 | 1:56 am
    Cancer of the Larynx (Clinical Cancer Monographs) Using as its source the experienced Birmingham and West Midlands Regional Cancer Registry, this volume deals with cancer of the larynx and sets out to examine not only the epidemiology but also the clinical course through treatment and recurrence to death. The text aims to present information which will be a base-line against which other cancer specialists can compare their procedures, as well as providing confirmation of aspects of the behaviour of this cancer and useful clinical data and guida List Price: $ 80.00 Price: Bookmark It Hide…
  • Mycoplasma Bacteria: Cause in Gastric Cancer aka Stomach Cancer

    Chalida Jones
    24 Oct 2014 | 12:17 am
    Dr Lonnie Herman reviews shocking information which reveals mycoplasma bacteria has been found in stomach cancer. You can reverse cancer naturally. Call 954-… Video Rating: 4 / 5 Bookmark It Hide Sites
  • Miriam has stage 4 lung cancer

    Chalida Jones
    23 Oct 2014 | 10:41 pm
    Feisty Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago admitted that she has been diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancers. Joking at first, she said: “Ladies and gentlemen, all… Video Rating: 4 / 5 Bookmark It Hide Sites
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  • Herbs for Stress Relief, Relaxation, and Balance

    Toffler
    2 Oct 2014 | 11:06 am
    Last time in our stress series, we looked at relaxation tips to reduce the stress response and better cope with the effects of stress. Today in Part 6 of the stress series, we’ll further our exploration of ways to reduce the physiological response to stress using herbs to help create better balance, more calm, and induce relaxation. Calming Herbs Calming herbs can help to slow down the mind, ease tightness, lengthen in and out breaths, reduce anxiety and more.  Some of them also act as muscle relaxers and some induce sleep; therefore, they should be taken with awareness of quantity and…
  • Relaxation Tips to Deal with Stress

    Toffler
    15 Sep 2014 | 12:08 pm
    This is Part 5 in the series All About Stress. See Part 1 – Connection between Stress and Health, 2 – Telltale Symptoms of Stress, 3 – What Causes You to Stress, and 4 – What to Change to Experience Less Stress. Stress is inevitable.  Even if it were possible to eliminate all the triggers of stress from your life, there would always be the unexpected, the influences of the wandering mind, and environmental fluctuations that will trigger a stress response in the body. So, when that happens, what can you do? You would counteract the effects of stress with relaxation…
  • Kill the News – Kill Your Stressors

    Toffler
    11 Sep 2014 | 11:24 am
    Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, The courage to change the things I can, And the wisdom to know the difference. Perhaps that should be the motto of anyone trying to reduce their stress.  Because, really, stress is all relative–it is largely a matter of perception–what may stress one person out may be but a mild inconvenience to another.  Our response to events, situations, and thoughts is really what matters when it comes to having a stress response. With that in mind, today we’ll look at some ways to reduce stress. Ideally, we’d avoid the…
  • Causes of Stress

    Toffler
    8 Sep 2014 | 3:52 pm
    We started this series looking at the consequences of stress in terms of health, and how most modern disease have some root in stress.  Next, we took that one step earlier to try to recognize the first signs and symptoms of stress in the body. Today, we’ll look at yet an earlier domino in the sequence: the most common sources and causes of stress. In August of this year, Science News reported the results of a survey interviewing 2500 Americans about their main causes of stress.  The overriding cause of stress for all adults is too many responsibilities.  For those earning less than…
  • Symptoms of Stress

    Toffler
    4 Sep 2014 | 9:06 am
    Continuing this series on stress, today we’ll try to understand the physical manifestations of stress in the body and the consequences thereof. We all experience stress, but sometimes we don’t realize when or how we’re feeling that stress.  Perhaps we’re too busy, too rushed, or too stressed to even feel stressed.  Usually in this case, thoughts and worries and the chatter of the mind have completely overtaken any sense of feeling or connection with the body. The more frequently that happens, the more the mind-body connection and ability to listen to the body becomes…
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  • 4 Ways You Can Make $75K as a Coach – Watch This Video

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    21 Oct 2014 | 9:01 am
    If you’re living paycheck-to-paycheck as a coach, Margaret’s mission is to show YOU and the entire coaching industry how to thrive. This is the coaching advice you’ve been waiting for. Don’t miss it! We’re living in the most exciting time in history to be an entrepreneur! Having your own business today means having the chance ...Read More
  • How to Build A Successful Business Without Sacrificing Yourself

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:07 am
    When you started your EFT Practice, you were passionate, inspired, and excited. But sometimes that spark is lost over time because we stop listening to ourselves and the focus becomes about striving to build a bigger business. We sacrifice who we are and it becomes exhausting and unfulfilling. In today’s show, Annabel talks to Gudrun ...Read More
  • What is the Christ Definition? With Lessons 271 – 280 of A Course in Miracles

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    19 Oct 2014 | 8:06 pm
    Most often we equate the Christ with the historical Jesus of the bible. However, the Christ definition includes all of creation, not just Jesus of Nazareth from the bible. Having the mind of Christ, the historical Jesus witnessed only to the truth of what we all are, children of the One Source of Life. This ...Read More
  • EFT Master Jaqui Crooks’ MasterClass: Sharing What I’ve Learned

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:05 pm
    TapFest is pleased to welcome back EFT Master Jacqui Crooks, whose 15 years of experience has now been contained in her EFT Masterclass webinar series. Those of you who haven’t met or worked with her are in for a treat! On this episode of TapFest, Jaqui speaks candidly about her desire to share her skills ...Read More
  • How To Play A Better “What if…” Game

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    19 Oct 2014 | 4:07 pm
    We all do it, and of course I’m talking about playing the “What if…” game – you know the one where it’s “What if I do this and I fail, or get rejected, or…” The problem is that most of us are playing that the odds will be against us. But what if we changed ...Read More
 
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  • What Do We Know About Childhood Cancer?

    Fredda Branyon
    8 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    Source: newjersey.gov Organizations all over the world are struggling to find a cure for such a deplorable disease. It has taken millions of lives and continues to affect more if a proper cure is not created and developed soon. What is worse than cancer among adults is the fact that children can get it to, and the reason remains unclear. All we know is that a bunch of cells in a child’s body suddenly became rogue and attack other cells and tissues that surround it. Thousands of innocent children annually are diagnosed with pediatric cancer. It is estimates that close to 16,000 young ones…
  • Infographic: The U.S. Maternal Health Care Crisis

    Fredda Branyon
    1 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    Source: amnestyusa Amnesty International, an international non-governmental organization that is known for its strong human rights advocacy, released this infographic regarding the maternal health crisis that plagues the United States of America. It is a valiant and timely effort to capture the attention of the general public to this particular concern, as more and more women and their children are at risk of suffering from pregnancy-related complications. Dr. Fredda Branyon has dedicated her life to the advancement of complementary medicine, and has worked diligently to educate both patients…
  • Is the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Worth All the Attention It is Getting?

    Fredda Branyon
    24 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    Source: Instagram If you’ve seen a video of Vin Diesel pouring a bucket of ice tubes over his head on top of a pickup truck or former president George W. Bush,  Jr. being doused with water by no other than the former first lady Laura Bush, then you have seen what the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has achieved over the past few weeks. Started in July 29, 2014 by 29 year old ALS patient Peter Frates of Boston, MA as a way to raise ALS awareness among family and friends became a viral sensation. Dozens of celebrities, political figures, and athletes have now participated in the challenge and have…
  • ALS Facts You Need to Know Before Taking the Ice Bucket Challenge

    Fredda Branyon
    17 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    If you are social media-savvy, then there is no way you could have missed the trending phenomenon that is taking the internet by storm. Dubbed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, this movement seeks to raise awareness on a rare but extremely lethal neurodegenerative disease called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Creative Commons The challenge starts when someone nominates you to either donate money to the ALS Association or do the Ice Bucket Challenge. This is done in the hopes of either raising awareness and/or encourage people to donate to the cause. If you decide to accept the challenge,…
  • Ten Unhealthy Breakfast Options

    Fredda Branyon
    10 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    A healthy breakfast can set the tone for nutritious choices all day long. Consider these not-so-healthy breakfast foods sabotage. Low- or no-fiber cereals Source: change.org Cereal that is high in carbohydrates and sugar and low in fiber will causeq your blood sugar to spike, then quickly drop—which can lead to mid-morning cravings and moodiness. Nutritionist Mitzi Dulan, RD, author of The Pinterest Diet, recommends choosing cereal with at least 3 grams of fiber per serving. Boost the fiber further by adding berries, a sprinkle of wheat germ or flaxseed, or sliced almonds.   Breakfast…
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  • Correlates of complementary and alternative medicine use in a pediatric tertiary pain center.

    23 Oct 2014 | 9:59 am
    OBJECTIVE: To examine correlates of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use in a pediatric population with chronic pain, and to determine whether CAM use is positively correlated with adaptive coping skills. METHODS: We examined patient data...
  • Gerald Corey PhD

    22 Oct 2014 | 3:15 pm
    Gerald Corey is Professor Emeritus of Human Services at California State University at Fullerton; a Diplomate in Counseling Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology; a licensed psychologist; a National Certified Counselor; a Fellow o...
  • Mechanisms and management of functional abdominal pain.

    21 Oct 2014 | 9:59 am
    Summary Functional abdominal pain syndrome is characterised by frequent or continuous abdominal pain associated with a degree of loss of daily activity. It has a reported population prevalence of between 0.5% and 1.7%, with a female preponderance. ...
  • Revisiting Hypnotic Scripts

    20 Oct 2014 | 12:51 pm
    by Tim Brunson, PhD Formal hypnotic scripts have long been the backbone of the clinical hypnotherapy profession. Indeed, I can't imagine how difficult my early days as a practitioner would have been without the written materials provided by To... [More]
  • Placebo: Cracking the code

    18 Oct 2014 | 10:44 am
 
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    First of Nine: Tensegrity Blog

  • The 21st century cancer survivor’s breakfast: mixed vegetable sauté and fried egg

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    8 Oct 2014 | 11:02 am
    A friend recently asked me what I ate for breakfast. Sometimes a smoothie. Sometimes gluten free cereal. Oftentimes, I take time to whip up something fun and creative in the kitchen. It’s always a culinary improvisation, depending on what I have in the fridge. Eating with cancer survivorship in mind requires a wonderful, whole foods diet with lots of variety! This morning, I had a blast making a mixed vegetable sauté with orange pepper, baby bok choy, cremini mushrooms, heirloom tomatoes and kale. On the side, a happy egg. I’ll show you my step by step process that leads to…
  • A cancer survivor’s breakfast (with photos!)

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    14 Sep 2014 | 1:20 pm
    Cancer survivorship truly means good eating. These days, I tend to eat less grain, less gluten, less sugar. I feed my body with good quality protein and more and more vegetables. I primarily buy organic and prefer local produce whenever possible. I take every opportunity to improvise in the kitchen. What ingredients are in the fridge? This morning, I pulled out some baby bok choy, yellow squash, garlic, kale, a wee tomato and an egg. Here’s my Sunday morning foodie adventure, snapped with the Fujifilm X-T1 and 56mm, f/1.2 lens. From my kitchen to yours… Enjoy! I began my…
  • Sunrise

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    14 Aug 2014 | 5:20 am
    She sat cross legged on the side of the road. Her name was Sunrise. Her name tattooed on her left wrist. Said she was an alcoholic. Said she was Apache. Sunrise was lost. Shat herself. Sipping a can of Silver Bullet. She asked me the way to the river. I held out a hand. The pups flanked her and provided a furry surface to guide her shaky form up. Her walk was unsteady. I told her to get her feet underneath and breath into the belly. Sunrise queried, “Into the diaphragm?” “Yep.” “I’m a smart girl.” “Yep. I know.” She apologized for her…
  • New sound therapy album from Taking Care Sound Tribe!

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    9 Jul 2014 | 11:05 am
    The Taking Care Sound Tribe shed blood, sweat, tears… and, a pancreas, making a sound therapy album of the highest calibre. The recording process brought our deepest vulnerabilities to surface. Splints were removed, playing with wounds not yet healed. The making of a sound healing album is a conversation in compassion, holding space to truly hear one another. Not only in the music, but in the dialogue between takes. The actual time with instruments in hand is the smallest of parts. It’s a big challenge taking one’s spiritual practice and facing a microphone. One moment…
  • Basic programming

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    6 May 2014 | 7:46 am
    10 PRINT “LOVE” 20 GOTO 10 RUN LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE Hamid : ) firstofnine.wordpress.com • compassionartspdx.com • takingcareportland.com Just finding First of Nine: Tensegrity Blog? Deep dive with massage articles, photography, video and music in Portland, Oregon’s Cancer Survivroship and Bodywork Zine! • Can personal injury improve your massage therapy practice? • Some folks • The Taking Care Sound Tribe goes to the recording studio psst… Like First of Nine on Facebook! psst… psst… Follow Hamid on Twitter!
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  • Natural bug repellent recipe

    Amanda Cook
    29 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    My natural deodorant must be working too well, because on my recent trip to Thailand I was just irresistible to mosquitos.* And when I say ‘mosquitos’, I mean flying tigers with giant syringe-like mouths that arrive silently, drink their fill, and leave me with a huge itchy welt. Seriously, Thai mosquitos are another species entirely! *Before I get lots of comments, no, sweaty underarms do not repel mosquitos, but they do repel fellow humans! I arrived prepared.  I brought my own homemade insect repellent, and a store-bought kind filled with nasties like DEET (just in case!)…
  • 6 Natural Alpha Hydroxy Acids for Smoother Skin

    Amanda Cook
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:07 am
    “Is it supposed to tingle quite this much?” I remember asking the esthetician. Reclining in the treatment chair for my supposedly relaxing pre-flight facial, I wasn’t feeling very relaxed.  As the ‘tingling’ sensation got even stronger, I debated about whether I should ‘tough it out’ and risk a red-face for the next few days, or ask her to take it off.  (This was back in my corporate road-warrior days when I had access to the business class lounge, and ahhh, pre-flight spa treatments!) The peeling masque was eventually rinsed off (yes, I toughed…
  • 5 easy homemade beauty recipes

    Amanda Cook
    21 Jul 2014 | 2:43 am
    I think I was destined to work in natural beauty, because I’ve always been fascinated by what’s in our beauty products. I remember sitting in the bath and reading the side of the shampoo bottle.  The ingredients baffled me.  Sodium laura what?  What was that stuff in my shampoo?  Where did it come from?  Did they use these ingredients just so I couldn’t make it myself?  (From a very young age I was already into cooking and making things myself!) Of course then I didn’t think about the possible health consequences of slathering myself with chemicals everyday.
  • Clear Thinking Balm (for stress + headaches)

    Amanda Cook
    14 Jul 2014 | 2:09 am
    Sometimes product ideas can sit with you for months – years even – before you get around to making them.  You need a little push.  At least, I do. Recently I spent a day in Paris with Kimberly Wilson doing a natural perfumery workshop.  Giving a workshop while travelling is always a challenge – what ingredients to bring and what can you buy when you arrive?  I took the Eurostar from London with a suitcase filled with essential oils, beeswax, bottles + jars, labels, pens, and a huge amount of herbal tea for the day.  But I wasn’t expecting to make this. A quick…
  • On the search for forgotten remedies and beauty treats

    Amanda Cook
    19 Jun 2014 | 4:40 am
    I like to snoop around other people’s kitchens and bathrooms like most people do with bookshelves. (Ok, I like looking at bookshelves too!) This happens especially when I travel.  I’m always so curious to see what people use as a normal everyday food, remedy or beauty product, that hasn’t made it into mainstream use. When I lived in Paris, I was surprised to have the pharmacist give me a tube of calendula (marigold) salve, instead of hydrocortisone.  (Little discoveries like these in the French pharmacies set me on my path into herbal remedies!) In Vietnam, I…
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    Welling Clinic

  • 10 Best Homeopathic Medicines for Treatment of Cholecystitis

    Sourabh Welling
    30 Sep 2014 | 9:49 pm
    Homeopathic treatment for Cholecystitis involves getting the complete and detailed information from you about your Cholecystitis symptoms and coming to customised Homeopathic medicines for Cholecystitis for you. This will be the only right homeopathic medicine of Cholecystitis for you, which will give you long term relief and permanent cure, made easy through our CUREplus treatment protocol available exclusively at […]The post 10 Best Homeopathic Medicines for Treatment of Cholecystitis appeared first on Welling Clinic.
  • 10 Best Homeopathic Medicines for Treatment of Osteoarthritis

    Doctors @ Welling
    30 Sep 2014 | 9:42 pm
    Homeopathic treatment for Osteoarthritis involves getting the complete and detailed information from you  about your Osteoarthritis pains and coming to customised Homeopathic medicines for Osteoarthritis for you. This will be the only right homeopathic medicine of Osteoarthritis for you, which will give you long term relief and permanent cure, made easy through our CUREplus treatment protocol available exclusively at […]The post 10 Best Homeopathic Medicines for Treatment of Osteoarthritis appeared first on Welling Clinic.
  • 10 Best Homeopathic Medicines for Treatment of Gout

    Sourabh Welling
    30 Sep 2014 | 9:31 pm
    Homeopathic treatment for Gout involves getting the complete and detailed information from you about your Gout symptoms and coming to customised Homeopathic medicines for Gout for you. This will be the only right homeopathic medicine of Gout for you, which will give you long term relief and permanent cure, made easy through our CUREplus treatment protocol available exclusively at […]The post 10 Best Homeopathic Medicines for Treatment of Gout appeared first on Welling Clinic.
  • 10 Best Homeopathic Medicines for Treatment of Female Pattern Baldness

    Sourabh Welling
    26 Sep 2014 | 9:42 pm
    Homeopathic treatment for Female Pattern Baldness involves getting the complete and detailed information from you  about your Female Pattern Baldness and coming to customised Homeopathic medicines for Female Pattern Baldness for you. This will be the only right homeopathic medicine of Female Pattern Baldness for you, which will give you long term relief and permanent cure, made easy through our CUREplus treatment […]The post 10 Best Homeopathic Medicines for Treatment of Female Pattern Baldness appeared first on Welling Clinic.
  • 10 Best Homeopathic Medicines for Treatment of Alzheimer’s disease

    Sourabh Welling
    26 Sep 2014 | 9:21 pm
    Homeopathic treatment for Alzheimer’s disease involves getting the complete and detailed information from you about the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and coming to customised Homeopathic medicines for Alzheimer’s disease for you. This will be the only right homeopathic medicine of Alzheimer’s disease for you, which will give you long term relief and halt to the progression of Alzheimer’s disease , made easy through […]The post 10 Best Homeopathic Medicines for Treatment of Alzheimer’s disease appeared first on Welling Clinic.
 
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    Clifton Park Nutritionist, Chiropractor

  • Combine resveratrol and curcumin for maximum inflammation-quenching

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    21 Oct 2014 | 1:10 pm
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: Combined these supplements work better than alone When it comes to battling inflammation and autoimmunity, research shows resveratrol and curcumin work better when taken together than separately. Supplemental resveratrol is derived from Japanese knotweed and the compound is also found in the skin of red grapes. Curcumin is derived from the curry spice turmeric. Both are well known for their antioxidant, inflammation-quenching qualities when taken in therapeutic doses — simply eating curry or drinking wine are not going to…
  • Diet and lifestyle changes reverse memory loss and Alzheimer’s

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    14 Oct 2014 | 10:09 pm
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: Take action to reverse memory loss before it’s too late Alzheimer’s and memory loss can seem like a sort of death sentence that strikes out of the blue and has no cure. Although genetics play a role, so does your diet and lifestyle, which means you can do something about Alzheimer’s and memory loss before the damage is too great. In the first study of its kind, nine out of 10 patients reversed their memory loss and showed considerable long-term improvement following a program that included dietary changes, exercise,…
  • How to stick to the autoimmune, or leaky gut, diet

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    7 Oct 2014 | 12:28 pm
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: small steps add up to big success So you’ve either just gotten the results back from your food sensitivity test or your practitioner says you need to follow the autoimmune diet, also called the leaky gut diet, to manage your autoimmunity. The autoimmune diet comes as a shock to many due its strict limitations and compliance can be tough. The trick to sticking to the autoimmune diet is understanding how to work with your mind to establish new habits. Although a goal is important — say someone wants to manage her…
  • Why food allergy rates have exploded

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    2 Oct 2014 | 2:33 pm
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: Gut bacteria could explain food allergies Remember how food allergies were a rarity when you were a kid? Those days are over — food allergies have risen 50 percent between 1997 and 2007. Sales of the EpiPen, an epinephrine injection in the event of a life-threatening allergic reaction, rose 76 percent in one year recently. The reasons for peanut-free flights and nut-free lunch tables at schools have been considered a mystery, but researchers are beginning to find clues as to what may be causing the explosive rise in food…
  • Why pregnancy can trigger Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism and other autoimmune diseases

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    23 Sep 2014 | 6:58 pm
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: Did your thyroid problems start after pregnancy? Some women find they end their pregnancy with not only a new baby but a new hypothyroid condition as well. That’s because normal immune shifts during pregnancy can trigger an autoimmune disease such as Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism, depending on genetics and other predisposing factors. The immune system can be looked as having two primary roles, one that reacts immediately to an invader (such as pus surrounding a splinter), and one that reacts later to produce antibodies (such…
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    WholesomeONE

  • 3 Exercises for Shoulder Bursitis

    admin
    21 Oct 2014 | 4:31 am
    3 Exercises for Shoulder Bursitis 3 Exercises for Shoulder Bursitis appeared on WholesomeONE.
  • How to Treat a Fever Without Medication

    Jessica.Braun
    19 Oct 2014 | 7:43 am
    There are several home remedies for fever that are simple to try at home and that are effective when used properly. How to Treat a Fever Without Medication appeared on WholesomeONE.
  • Amazon Origins

    admin
    19 Oct 2014 | 7:43 am
    Amazon Origins core mission is to craft products emphasizing the nutritional secrets from deep in the Amazon, improving the quality of life for everyone. Amazon Origins appeared on WholesomeONE.
  • Why Eating Slowly Can Help You Lose Weight

    admin
    17 Oct 2014 | 11:05 am
    Eat slowly to lose weight. Why Eating Slowly Can Help You Lose Weight appeared on WholesomeONE.
  • Yoga for Hip Bursitis

    admin
    17 Oct 2014 | 11:05 am
    Suzanne Morgan demonstrates 5 yoga poses specifically to help people suffering from hip bursitis. Yoga for Hip Bursitis appeared on WholesomeONE.
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    Temples of India

  • Kagara sagasra namavali

    arul
    19 Oct 2014 | 7:30 pm
    Sani bharani siddhar had blessed crows on friday with rohini star kagara ganapathi mantra where it starts with the letter ka in tamil and contains 1008 verses about lord ganapathi.People who conduct kagara pooja in his home can see crows in hundreds as in ancient days this pooja was conducted for getting blessings of ancestors.This is a dharma called kagabala dharma.Providing food daily for crows and conducting kagabala dharma on saturdays will bring separated families together. Thanks to agasthiar archives.
  • Benefits of worshipping sri ram horoscope

    arul
    12 Oct 2014 | 7:30 pm
    Worshipping sri ram horoscope from small age will remove doshas which are not correctly predicted by astrologers.Sri ram horoscope and sita's horoscope have 108 matches as they are the only two which special horoscopes which matched in so many ways.People who are in trouble of not getting perfect match for their son or daughter should worship sri kalyana veera ragava perumal by walk which is on the way of sri amirthambigai sametha sri avundeswarar in nemam near chennai. Thanks to agasthiar archives.
  • Simple way of worship for getting own house

    arul
    5 Oct 2014 | 7:30 pm
    Every year natarajar abhisegam will come on 6 days. People who want to own a house or who want to change their house should worship utthirakosamagai natarajar who will be immersed in sandal wood paste for 364 days in a year on any one of this particular abhisegam days and should offer silver ornaments like kolusu for poor female kids on the same day.Thanks to agasthiar archives.
  • Different ways of protecting ancestor properties

    arul
    29 Sep 2014 | 2:30 am
    Most of the people will get ancestor properties like land, home and other assets by lineage.This assets may contain good energies as well as bad energies as these are offered by Lord Sukkiran. People who have got ancsetor assets must visit velliyangiri, velleeswarar, velliyur, vadavelli temples on fridays by lighting coconut oil mixed with  illupai oil for removing bad energies.Vaasthu pooja should be conducted on tuesdays and 8 times in a year during vaasthu days. Food should be offered to poor by lighting fire in the ancestor home or land as it will protect punya shakthi of…
  • Speciality of Dindukkal Thaadikkombu bairavar temple

    arul
    23 Sep 2014 | 7:22 am
    Thaadikombu perumal temple in Dindukkal rarely have a bairavar temple inside it.This bairavar temple has special energy of   pomegranate. During theipirai astami families having maraga dosha should worship lord bairavar for getting remedy from it.By offering 108 pomegranate as a garland to bairavar on theipirai astami and by offering rice, pomegranate to people on the same day one can get back the assets and money honestly which are pending for a long time.Thanks to agasthiar archives.for more information about bairavar please visit jaghamani blog.
 
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    betterhealthwashington.com

  • How to Have an Awesome Old School Halloween

    Lauren Cosgrove
    22 Oct 2014 | 3:36 pm
    We all remember the simple joys that came with strolling around door to door in costume, expecting massive amounts of candy and fun. So, let’s abandon Pinterest for a minute and get back to the basics of a good ole’ fashioned spooky halloween. It’s time for a little Halloween throwback! 1. Make your own costumes! […]
  • What Is It Like to Get a Facial?

    Lauren Cosgrove
    16 Oct 2014 | 12:50 pm
    Have you ever wondered exactly what happens during a facial session? We’re here to clue you in. Most estheticians will begin by taking a look at the condition of your skin and recording any relevant medical history pertaining to your head, neck and face. Learning where you’re coming from, what you want to achieve, and […]
  • Fall Fitness Tips: Braving Colder Weather

    Lauren Cosgrove
    8 Oct 2014 | 2:45 pm
    The days are shorter. The days are colder. Maybe that cozy couch is calling your name. But fall is no time to fall (totally on purpose) off the fitness wagon! Stay fit through wind, sleet and snow with these fabulous fall fitness tips. Have a PLAN Anyone can slip into a metaphorical rut, or even […]
  • Find Back Pain Relief with Massage Therapy

    Lauren Cosgrove
    2 Oct 2014 | 12:44 pm
    Have you ever wondered why when you stub your toe, or bang your knee on the couch, or slip and skid your elbow, your first instinct is to touch your injury and rub away the pain? It’s a common reaction, built into our bodies’ natural coping process. In fact, massaging or clutching the area where […]
  • There’s Nothing Quite Like Chicken Chili

    Lauren Cosgrove
    24 Sep 2014 | 3:22 pm
    Fall is a time for comfort food. With colder weather, crisp evenings, and changing colors, a good meal can truly make for a cozy evening. We’ve picked out this delightful slow-cooker chicken chili recipe, courtesy of The Clever Carrot. Besides, what is more appealing than letting a delicious recipe such as this cook itself! To […]
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    About Meditation

  • Why Do You Want To Meditate?

    Morgan Dix
    11 Oct 2014 | 10:16 pm
    Why do you want to meditate? Do you really know? If you want to get results, it’s important to understand why you’re actually meditating to begin with. People come to meditation for lots of reasons. I think most of those reasons are wholesome and valid. But understanding why you want to meditate can help you in all sorts of ways. How? Here are just a few ways it can help. It can help you stay focused. It can lead you to deeper self-knowledge. It can help you see that you are making progress. Finally, it keeps you connected to your intention and keeps you from losing momentum. Why I…
  • You’re A Master At Meditation, You Just Don’t Know It Yet

    Morgan Dix
    5 Oct 2014 | 6:36 am
    What if I were to tell you that you’re a master at meditation already, but you just don’t know it yet? Would you believe me? Or would you roll your eyes and say that I’m crazy? I think I can guess which one. There’s a lot of buzz about mindfulness and meditation right now. It’s popular thanks to Time Magazine, the Dalai Lama, and more recently, science. But many people are still confused about what meditation actually is. Naturally, when you are new to it, you think that it’s all about quieting your mind. And from a certain point of view, that’s true. And everyone gets the…
  • What To Do When You Get Bored In Meditation?

    Morgan Dix
    27 Sep 2014 | 7:40 pm
    Do you get bored in meditation? Does it feel to you that sometimes the clock has actually slowed down? Is there a meditation gremlin who keeps turning back the clock when you aren’t looking? I totally know the feeling. First, you set the clock to meditate for 15 minutes. Then you sit still and try to get quiet. When it feels like you’ve been sitting there for an hour, you look. It’s only been 5 minutes. When Meditation Feels Like A Chore Suddenly, your meditation is feeling like a chore. Now you are trying to let go again, but you’re kind of hoping the time will pass a little more…
  • The Most Important Thing You Can Learn From Meditation

    Morgan Dix
    19 Sep 2014 | 2:21 pm
    Do you ever stop? I mean really and completely just stop everything you’re doing just to be still? What would happen if you did that right now? Can you imagine? If you’re at all like me, daily life can be a little like strapping into a roller coaster with a double breasted seat belt harness as you start rattling up to the precipice of each new day. It’s not like that high-speed Japanese bullet train that seems to glide above rails without touching as you swiftly bear down on your goal and destination. It’s rougher and sometimes your stomach suddenly drops out. But I’ve learned…
  • How Does Meditation Improve Your Relationships?

    Morgan Dix
    13 Sep 2014 | 9:36 pm
    Do you ever get in disagreements with your significant other? I do. Does it cause friction and tension in your relationship? It definitely does in mine. And as I get older, this seems less surprising to me. I mean, most of us spend a lot of time with our partner. You go to sleep and wake up together. You share meals and a bed and a life vision. Maybe you also have children together. Any way you slice it, it makes sense that occasionally you aren’t going to see eye to eye. And some issues and disagreements just run deeper than others. Those can become flash points over time if they are left…
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    Spirituality and Health Connect

  • Have a reason to get out of bed! It’s good for your health

    Beverly Goldsmith
    12 Oct 2014 | 2:16 pm
    © Glow images. Model used for illustrative purposes What makes you get out of bed in the morning? Is it a job, getting the kids to school, something you’re looking forward to doing, or being useful to others? Having a reason to get out of bed is a huge motivational force to live life, and this is good for your health. A plaque I once saw in a gift shop, amusingly described our outlook on life at different stages. “Youth looks ahead. Old age looks back. Middle age looks worried.” Be youthful. Look optimistically ahead. People with “youthful thinking” anticipate being busy, doing…
  • Keep thought buoyant! It’s good for your health

    Beverly Goldsmith
    28 Sep 2014 | 3:53 pm
    ©Glow Images by Rubberball. Model used for illustrative purposes. Watching the nightly news can be depressing. Even bad news from family or friends can drag your spirits down. Overcoming that “sinking feeling” and staying on top, can be tough. Yet no matter how distressing the situation, you can keep thought buoyant and positive. Mental buoyancy can keep your head above the “emotional waterline”. It’s also good for your health. Described as a state of mind, buoyancy is an inner capability that carries you back to the surface when bad news threatens to pull you under. Coupled with…
  • Hang on to your goat! Patience is good for your health.

    Beverly Goldsmith
    18 Aug 2014 | 9:59 pm
    © Glow images. Model used for illustrative purposes. Patience is a virtue – so the saying goes. But have you thought that patience is good for your health? Being patient can lead to a well-balanced, successful life. It’s all a matter of maintaining this health-giving state of mind in the hurly-burly of everyday life. Staying unflappable, being able to tolerate delays or problems without becoming annoyed, seems to be the challenge of modern living. The reason, says David Shenk, author of The End of Patience, is that “We’re packing more into our lives, and losing patience in…
  • Conquer migraine headaches! It’s good for your health

    Beverly Goldsmith
    13 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    © Glow Images. Model used for illustrative purposes. If you were a migraine sufferer, would you  want to just ‘manage’ headaches,  or permanently conquer them? I know what my preference would be! It’d be complete freedom from them. My choice isn’t based on pie-in-the-sky thinking. Despite the view that this ailment remains incurable, there is a way to conquer migraine headaches, and it’s good for your health. My Story As a child, I experienced severe migraine headaches. My parents tried to find a cure for them. Doctors were consulted, drugs prescribed, and treatments undertaken.
  • Forgive and forget! It’s good for your health

    Beverly Goldsmith
    15 Jun 2014 | 12:00 pm
    © Glow Images. Model used for illustrative purposes Forgive and forget! It’s easy to say, but often hard to do. While forgiveness is good for the soul, there’s another benefit from being a forgiving person – it’s good for your health. No one wants to keep reliving the moment when someone said or did something unkind, or carry around hurt feelings, or grudges. It’s downright unpleasant. What we most want is to gain emotional freedom from a hurtful experience – to forgive and forget. 1. Make a pearl When someone gets under your skin or rubs you the wrong way, stay calm. Employ…
 
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    You Can Meditate Today

  • Where Is The Community’s Love

    Lilian Mwariri
    19 Oct 2014 | 10:04 am
    Where is the community’s love? Are you lonely? Do you ostracized by the community in which you deem to be your safe haven? Just where is the community’s love at this time and age? Urbanization and civilization has given birth to modernism which has come with its fair challenges in how the society has been shaped up. Life has become individualized and the value of community has been dwindled. Just what happened to the village kind of life where people would rally concern for one another’s well being? While we admit that so much has changed, we still need to embrace our modern community…
  • Energy Through Breathing

    Lilian Mwariri
    29 Sep 2014 | 10:26 pm
    How to know how to control your energy through breathing Breath control during your exercise, yoga or meditation is very pertinent in harnessing energy and letting it flow through your body. This is how you must be acquainted with the “Know How’s” of how to control your energy through breathing. Breath control is a large and integral part of various meditation processes like Transcendental Meditation and Yoga. Breath control is essential in distributing air through the lungs and eventually throughout the body, which helps in increasing oxygen circulation and elevating the…
  • Four Tips of How to Forgive and Move On

    Lilian Mwariri
    18 Sep 2014 | 7:11 am
    Importance of Knowing How to forgive and move on Many people live life full of guilt and bitterness which manifests in almost every detail of their lives. The Importance of knowing How to forgive and move on can never be understated. Many people think that by not forgiving they are keeping their offenders captive while the truth of the matter dictates that it’s actually them who are suffering and plummet deeper into unforgiveness and bitterness. It has widely been said that when life gives you a lemon, make a lemonade out of it. This is why the importance of knowing how to forgive and move…
  • Molecular changes in the brain after meditation

    Lilian Mwariri
    18 Aug 2014 | 11:23 pm
    Molecular changes in the brain after meditation is a real affair. It’s said that meditation helps in revitalizing and rejuvenating your body. Well this involves a lot of biology, chemistry and physics that goes on with the metabolic processes of the body. There are so much molecular changes that underlie the peace and calm that meditation brings. The knowledge of molecular changes I the brain after meditation can be useful tool for psychiatrist in engaging their patients in reversing the effects of stress and other psychological disorders. A lot of symptoms like restlessness, confusion.
  • Meditation Postures

    Lilian Mwariri
    11 Aug 2014 | 9:27 pm
    Meditation is an age-old practice that helps give you clear focus, sense of purpose and deep inner peace. With daily practice, meditations can have a profound impact on your life. One often realizes over time a special sense of peace and calm you feel during meditation and which you carry over into your everyday life at home, at work or while in traffic. With greater levels of inner peace and calm, meditation keeps you more grounded and centered throughout the day. So how do you get started? Choose a quiet spot and try out these meditation postures. Kneeling Meditation This technique of…
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    Meditation Corner

  • Gestalt Dream Work

    8 Oct 2014 | 8:14 pm
    The real mystery of the night is what happens when we go to sleep:Where does "our mind" go? --Are we truly unconscious at night? How truly awake are we during the day time?--Can dreams help us observe the roots of our habitual thought patterns?--Can we use dreams to nudge further along the spiritual path? I got curious about these questions and ventured onto the Gestalt practice of "dream work". In this post I will share what I learned so far, and although still amateur in my understanding, I hope it will benefit people. CONTEXTWe spend a third of our lives…
  • Theravada Nuns: Gender Equality Petition to United Nations

    28 Jun 2014 | 6:03 pm
    Hi everyone, Please sign this petition, it will take a second of your time. Even if you are not of the Theravada tradition - let's help modernize these cultural obstructions to benefit our fellow women practitioners. This is a gender equity push that my favorite Theravada monk Ajahn Brahm wrote to the United Nations to push for allowing the ordination of nuns in certain remaining Theravada countries like Thailand and Cambodia that have not followed through because of politics. …
  • Dissolution of the "Self"

    27 Jun 2014 | 3:29 pm
    My sense of Self has changed through time. I now seldom see a whole Yuriy to identify with, but rather parts and pieces in physical and mental form, working together in some type of symbiotic relationship. A symbiotic relationship within myself and with everything around. I still cling back to an Ego when old patterns flare up. I suffer, momentarily lose all accumulated confidence and wisdom. But with every consecutive repeat, it lasts less and less. And the Ego dissolves back into open space...THE ONE AND ONLY SELFBeing human, I originally started with a big fat Self and saw…
  • My Insights from Retreat

    12 Jun 2014 | 10:14 am
    Who knew that a relaxed retreat in a social setting can bring more insights than one done in isolation... That resting the mind evokes more awareness than actively trying to discipline it... That making up your meditation schedule on the go produces better results than forcing a discipline from the start. I understand this now but it took finding the right guidance to set me on this path. I went on such retreat the other week after receiving instructions from two meditation teachers I hold in high regard.  I carefully selected the location - a friendly yoga center…
  • Opportunity to Teach Meditation

    4 Jun 2014 | 6:35 pm
    Hi everyone, please read. My meditation teachers in Brooklyn, New York successfully launched a project to teach meditation to inmates at the Rikers Island female jail. The city's Deputy Commisioner Sanders (who I believe was directly appointed by Mayor de Blasio) as well as all the staff administration are extremely excited about the program. It may grow to more opportunities in the future also, like internships, etc. Right now, they are looking for experienced meditators who live in NYC and would be interested in volunteering their time for this wonderful cause. No need to be…
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    Dr. Glidden

  • Surgery of Tonsils, Adenoids and Ear Tubes

    Peter Glidden ND
    19 Oct 2014 | 4:12 pm
    The Unnecessary Surgery Your Kid’s Doctor Is Profiting From Are You Asking The Right Person? You would not go to a communist dictator to get advice on voter’s rights. You would not go to a Christian for advice about reincarnation and you would not go to an atheist for advice on how to pray. Nor should you go to an MD for advice on how to support the immune system or how to deal with chronic health conditions – like ear aches, tonsillitis and sore throats. Philosophy The medical philosophy that your MD is trained in is an old fashioned, outdated short sighted profit driven…
  • Eczema, Cancer, Allergy

    Peter Glidden ND
    5 Oct 2014 | 1:57 pm
    Diane has chronic eczema all over her body. Marie’s husband has congestive heart failure, Dave’s friend has a venous ulcer, and Walter doesn’t want a mouth infection after oral surgery. What do you think Dr. Glidden’s reaction is when Dave says his friend was told to put honey on his leg ulcer? Register for free to attend the next live show: TheDrGliddenShow.tv October 1, 2014 | Dr Glidden | Fire Your MD Now Cancer 04:29 – October is Cancer Month. Dr. Glidden reads articles describing the survival rate of people with different types of cancer. Type 1 Diabetes, Testimonial 23:51 –…
  • Water Retention, Edema, Heart Failure

    Peter Glidden ND
    3 Oct 2014 | 4:49 pm
    Al has water retention and weighs 600lbs. Gary’s wife had her gall bladder removed, Girard is mad at the VA, and Marilyn suffered a collapsed lung. How would you help Al lose 100lbs of water? He hasn’t been out of his house since 2007! Register for free to attend the next live show: TheDrGliddenShow.tv September 30, 2014 | Dr Glidden | Fire Your MD Now Acid Reflux, Veterans Administration, Vertigo 34:26 – Girard in Florida has pressure and swelling in his head and feels dazed much of the time. He also has pressure around his diaphragm. The Veteran’s Administration has been of no help.
  • Staph Infection, Gc-MAF, Pain

    Peter Glidden ND
    1 Oct 2014 | 2:52 pm
    Kat knows a woman with a staph infection around her mouth. Clinton’s pastor has high blood pressure. The first hour features Clive de Carle, a health and longevity researcher from the UK. Prepare to be informed by Clive DeCarle and Dr. Glidden in surprising ways! Register for free to attend the next live show: TheDrGliddenShow.tv September 29, 2014 | Dr Glidden | Fire Your MD Now Clive DeCarle, Ebola 08:06 – Dr. Glidden’s guest today is Clive de Carle, a health and longevity researcher and educator from the UK. He talks about an Ebola conference he attended. They discuss the value of…
  • Gastroparesis, Encephalopathy, Phlegm

    Peter Glidden ND
    30 Sep 2014 | 3:03 pm
    Sheri has gastroparesis. Javier’s friend gets lots of phlegm and Mary’s husband sliced his eye open. Marie’s doctor said lithium caused her kidney disease, while Javier knows a woman with an infection in the fluid of her brain. Buckle your seatbelts before listening to Sheri describe how her surgeon nearly destroyed her spine! Register for free to attend the next live show: TheDrGliddenShow.tv September 24, 2014 | Dr Glidden | Fire Your MD Now Fibromyalgia, Gastroparesis 30:33 – Sheri in Michigan, 54, has had 3 neck surgeries. She was injured by the surgeon who performed the first…
 
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    Total Health Institute

  • Adrenal function- Diet and Supplementation

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:12 pm
    According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, Chronic fatigue syndrome is not a new disorder and was first termed in the 20th century. It has been thought to redefine chronic fatigue syndrome to myalgic encephalomyelitis or myalgic encephalopathy chronic fatigue syndrome (ME-CFS). Since fatigue is just one symptom of the condition, it would be better to rename this disorder. Common symptoms include fatigue, only having energy at night, poor response to stress, achiness, exercise intolerance, depression, anxiety, insomnia, cognitive dysfunction, craving salty or sweet foods,…
  • Physical Exercise Protects the Brain from Stress-Induced Depression

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    13 Oct 2014 | 5:50 am
    Physical exercise has many beneficial effects on human health, including the protection from stress-induced depression. In a new study, researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden show that exercise training induces changes in skeletal muscle that can purge the blood of a substance that accumulates during stress, and is harmful to the brain. The study provides an explanation for the protective biochemical changes induced by physical exercise that prevent the brain from being damaged during stress. It was known that the protein PGC-1a1 increases in skeletal muscle with exercise, and…
  • Dr. Keith Nemec One of 100 Top Doctors Invited to Attend Research Event at Harvard Medical School

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    7 Oct 2014 | 4:37 pm
      I was blessed to be one of the 100 doctors in the world to be invited to this special event research conference held a Harvard Medical School. The speakers were the top in the world in their specific field of research. Some of the topics included: Approaches to Treating Diseases of Aging Aging reversal: fact or fantasy? Abnormal fat ratio causing Vascular Disease Systemic Cancer Treatment; Time for a Paradigm Change Gluten and Clinical Outcomes: How to Connect the Dots for a Healthy Lifestyle Functional Reduction of Inflammation in Neurodegenerative Disorders In the weeks to come I…
  • Dr. Nemec on Aging Reversal From the Harvard Medical School Conference on Disease Prevention and Longevity. Part 2

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    6 Oct 2014 | 8:31 am
    I was blessed to be one of the 100 doctors in the world to be invited to this special event research conference held a Harvard Medical School. The speakers were the top in the world in their specific field of research. Some of the topics included: Approaches to Treating Diseases of Aging Aging reversal: fact or fantasy? Abnormal fat ratio causing Vascular Disease Systemic Cancer Treatment; Time for a Paradigm Change Gluten and Clinical Outcomes: How to Connect the Dots for a Healthy Lifestyle Functional Reduction of Inflammation in Neurodegenerative Disorders Today I am going to talk about…
  • Dr. Nemec is Back From the Harvard Medical School Conference on Disease Prevention and Longevity.

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    29 Sep 2014 | 10:00 am
    I was blessed to be one of the 100 doctors in the world to be invited to this special event research conference held a Harvard Medical School. The speakers were the top in the world in their specific field of research. Some of the topics included: Approaches to Treating Diseases of Aging Aging reversal: fact or fantasy? Abnormal fat ratio causing Vascular Disease Systemic Cancer Treatment; Time for a Paradigm Change Gluten and Clinical Outcomes: How to Connect the Dots for a Healthy Lifestyle Functional Reduction of Inflammation in Neurodegenerative Disorders In the weeks to come I will be…
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    yourfitnesspoint.com

  • 3 Simple Nutritional Tips to Lose Weight without Dieting!

    Dr. Sonali Gupta
    23 Oct 2014 | 11:55 am
    I don’t believe in dieting! Don’t get me wrong. They work but usually for a separate of time. When you go in a diet what tends to happen is that, for example, when you go on a liquid diet, yes, you are losing weight but what you are losing is not fat. All you are […]
  • Natural Home Remedies to Get Rid of Bad Breath Permanently!

    Dr. Sonali Gupta
    20 Oct 2014 | 10:49 am
    A bad breath, which is also known as Halitosis, refers to the presence of unpleasant odour in the breath of an individual. Causes of Bad Breath: Poor dental hygiene is the most common cause for this condition. It can also be caused due to tooth decay or any gum disease. At times, a bacterial infection […]
  • 4 How to Get Rid of Dandruff Naturally-Indian Ayurveda Home Remedies!

    Dr. Sonali Gupta
    19 Oct 2014 | 4:19 am
    If you notice shiny silver flakes falling from the scalp on your eyebrows, shoulders and clothes – especially when you comb or scratch your hair then, these are the symptoms of dandruff. These flakes at times form lumps on the scalp. The itching caused due to dandruff can sometimes lead to reddening of the scalp. […]
  • 4 Indian(AYURVEDIC) Home Remedies to Fight Female Sterility

    Dr. Sonali Gupta
    17 Sep 2014 | 11:22 pm
    Sterility in females is the condition when she is unable to conceive or incapable to give birth to a child! Sterility is generally caused due to some physical defects or functional faults in female body. Here we will discuss about some scientifically backed helpful home remedies to fight female sterility. Roots of Banyan: This remedy […]
  • 5 Reasons To Exercise To Boost Your Sex Life!

    Dr. Sonali Gupta
    21 Jul 2014 | 8:41 am
    Are you unhappy with your sex life? Are performing well at your job but unable to give the same output on bed? Before spending a single dim on doctor, I would suggest you to give a shot to EXERCISES! Doing exercise has the following effects that can boost your sex life! 1. IMPROVES BLOOD CIRCULATION […]
 
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    Alternative Medicine Now

  • The Benefits of Reiki Explained

    Michael Guerin
    24 Oct 2014 | 8:04 am
    In this short video you’ll learn a bit more about what Reiki is, and how it works. As an energy healing modality it promotes natural healing. This is done by helping to harness your own healing energy through your body’s Chakras. Additionally, it’s important to note that Reiki works on three levels: physical emotional spiritual For effective healing all three levels should be simultaneously addressed. Because Reiki does this it serves as a great complement to conventional medicine. Today many people also use Reiki for self realization and personal empowerment. Enjoy……
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    Turmeric for Health!

  • How Turmeric Fights ill Effects of Smoking

    Keshav K
    17 Oct 2014 | 9:18 am
    Smoking has been a common practice for more than a century now. Even though it has lethal side-effects, there has been no decrease in the number of people smoking. Instead the number has been growing regularity. Smoking is inhaling the smoke from a burnt substance like tobacco. The dried leaves of tobacco are smoked in […]
  • Turmeric and Skin Cancer

    Keshav K
    12 Sep 2014 | 7:05 am
    Skin cancer occurs when abnormal cells develop on the skin and form a tumorous growth of the skin cells. The most common reason for the occurrence of the cancer is excess exposure to sunlight. It is the most common type of cancer and is treatable. Skin cancer is mainly of four types namely: Basal cell […]
  • Turmeric Topper

    Keshav K
    8 Sep 2014 | 6:43 am
    Who says one can only use turmeric while cooking? Not correct. Here is a ripper (just look at the awesome looking recipe image) turmeric drink by Zoe Pezzack, a member of Turmeric User Group. Zoe regulary experiments with food and comes up with awesome turmeric recipes. Here is her one of the great ones. She named her […]
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    Prana World

  • Prana Home | Bedroom Decorations

    Prana World
    18 Oct 2014 | 6:50 am
    A place to relax… Bedroom is a place to relax, lie off and rest, and therefore its decorations and colors should create a peaceful and relaxing ambiance. Warm colors such as red impose excitement, dynamism and activeness while cool colors on the other hand, such as blue, and greenish blue, create calmness, stillness and passiveness. It is thus recommended to mainly use cooling colors with white or cream for the majority of the main walls of the bedroom. However it is very important not to overuse such cool colors as they might create depression or lethargy. Source / Source But although…
  • Relationships

    Monica Vaswani
    14 Oct 2014 | 4:56 am
    An Intricate Thread Delicately Woven on the Fabric of Life. Our lives are made by our relationships. By the people whom we interact with, the people who occupy a huge part of our mental and emotional lives.  Mostly, these people are the ones we are closely associated with and related to; parents, siblings, kith and kin’s, comrades to begin with whereas, colleague, spouse & in-laws, as one grows. However, the quality of a relation that one share with parents and siblings plays a major role in shaping one’s personality.  The security of home and strong bond with family prepares an…
  • Don’t Give Up to These 8 Relationship Problems

    Prana World
    12 Oct 2014 | 2:38 am
    ”Relationship problems are like hurricanes. They come and they go. You have the freedom to wallow in mud or to love again, to live and to be happy!” Master Choa Kok Sui When two people start interacting closely the rate of friction increases. You start noticing what you don’t like about the other person in detail and if you don’t have enough love and understanding towards one another, there are chances that your relationship will end. Relationship problems happen in every relationship; you don’t just experience happy moments and harmonious conversations. There are also…
  • The Seven Rays of Life – Ray Four

    Prana World
    8 Oct 2014 | 6:25 am
    Harmony through Conflict Based on traditional esoteric teachings, Ray four is the ray of harmony through conflict and is referred to the process of harmonizing conflicting viewpoints. According to Master Choa Kok Sui the purpose of this ray is to encourage a deeper study of the matter, working out the conflicting factors and resulting in a decision with minimal side effects. The ability to see all the different angels and perspectives and reaching a solution which is effective, workable and comprehensive is in fact a sign of maturity. People who belong to Ray four are quite rare at this point…
  • Prana Food | Corn

    Prana World
    7 Oct 2014 | 7:26 am
    “A light wind swept over the corn, and all nature laughed in the sunshine.” Anne Bronte What food is more popular in summers than a freshly made corn on a cob?! Though most people don’t think of corn as a healthy-for-you vegetable, besides being delicious, it has a lot of health benefits too. Corn is a low-fat complex carbohydrate and a good source of fiber, with only about 80 calories per medium ear, which deserves a regular place in a healthy diet. Corn also contains 2 important carotenoids, lutein and zeaxanthin, several vitamins including vitamin A, as well as folic…
 
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    hypnobusters.com

  • Did You Know That Most Of Us Are Hypnotised Every Day?

    Jon Rhodes
    7 Oct 2014 | 4:37 am
    It’s a scary thought, but most of us are being hypnotised every day – without knowing it. As a hypnotherapist for over 12 years, I know this is true. Let me explain… Who is hypnotising us? Primarily it is TV that is hypnotising us. Here’s how it works… We all slip into a hypnotic trance […] The post Did You Know That Most Of Us Are Hypnotised Every Day? appeared first on .
  • Power Of The Mind

    Jon Rhodes
    23 Sep 2014 | 1:29 am
    This is a guest post from my good friend Aaron Braun. Although we have never met, we have been in regular contact on Facebook for a few years. Aaron often posts thought provoking updates on issues such as life, health and society. Check out his bio at the end of this article if you want […] The post Power Of The Mind appeared first on .
  • Top 5 Books That Will Change Your Life Forever

    Jon Rhodes
    10 Sep 2014 | 2:04 am
    These are 5 books that have helped change my life for the better – and they could do the same for YOU! They are inspiring, thought provoking, and help you with almost anything in life. Your life might NEVER be the same after reading these. If you feel that your not living life at its […] The post Top 5 Books That Will Change Your Life Forever appeared first on .
  • How To Discover Your Passion

    Jon Rhodes
    14 Jul 2014 | 8:46 am
    Are you passionate about anything? Recently I received an interesting comment on my sales page for Self Discipline Subliminal mp3. You can read it for yourself if you like, but in a nutshell they commented that they don’t know what they want to do with their life. This raises an interesting point… You can have […] The post How To Discover Your Passion appeared first on .
  • Feeling Empty Inside?

    Jon Rhodes
    8 Jul 2014 | 11:52 am
      Ever get an empty feeling that your life has no aim or purpose? Feel lost with no direction to go? Don’t worry – this is normal and should be embraced… We all get these feelings from time to time. We feel we are wasting our lives – existing rather than living. Thing is… you […] The post Feeling Empty Inside? appeared first on .
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    newhopemedicalcenter.com

  • October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Cancer Treatment
    6 Oct 2014 | 2:33 am
    Source: unsplash.com October is all about raising breast cancer awareness. This year, the statistics are still worrying, with one woman out of eight at risk of developing the disease. Even men are not excluded in the picture, as one out of every thousand would be diagnosed with the deplorable disease during his lifetime. Although a cure remains elusive, the best advice any doctor would give is to engage in preventive measures such as a yearly mammogram and self-examinations. If you notice any sudden, unusual changes in your body, do not hesitate to see your healthcare provider, as early…
  • Putting the Spotlight on Gastric Cancer

    Cancer Treatment
    29 Sep 2014 | 1:44 am
    Source: unsplash.com If you know someone who has cancer of the stomach, then you have an idea of just how lethal this disease is. The word cancer alone is enough to trigger a special reaction among those who hear it, but when the word cancer is associated to a person we are close or are familiar with, everything changes. Also known as gastric cancer, this type of cancer develops in the tissues that line the stomach. What makes this disease so dangerous is that, like many types of cancers, it is a silent killer. Many stomach cancer patients are diagnosed in the later stages of cancer, when it…
  • Rates Increase in Two Types of Childhood Cancer

    Cancer Treatment
    22 Sep 2014 | 6:48 pm
    Source: Wikimedia.org September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, which is an opportunity for everyone to cooperate with their community, as well as the government and other non-profit organizations in order to reduce cancer rates in children, while a cure is still elusive. Childhood cancer, in general, have more or less stable rates. As a matter of fact, there has been much progress on research concerning childhood cancer. Results of various treatment have notable improvements, while clinical trials have experienced an increase in the number of participants with successful outcomes.
  • What Can You Learn About ALS from the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge?

    Cancer Treatment
    15 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    Source:www.blogs.va.gov A new phenomenon in recent weeks have forever changed the way people donate to charities and organizations. Dubbed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, this movement is actually a way to spread information about a highly debilitating disease called Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). It is popularly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, after the American professional baseball player who tragically suffered from ALS, which eventually ended his very promising career in major league baseball, to the dismay of fans and enthusiasts in the country. Quick Facts About Amyotrophic…
  • September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

    Cancer Treatment
    8 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    Source:www.cdc.gov As much as we deplore the existence of cancer, the fact that it has become quite a common disease has made us less surprised whenever we learn about someone we know getting diagnosed with the disease. However, when it’s a child that is diagnosed with the dreaded c, we cannot help but feel an ache in our hearts because we know how painful that would be for a child. A diagnosis would no doubt affect the lives of the child’s parents and relatives. A good thirty years ago, a long time for many, only half of children with childhood cancer survive. Nowadays, thanks to…
 
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    Inverse Field Energy Medicine » Energy Body Healing – The Basics

  • How Vibration Response affects Body Weight Balance

    Caraf Avnayt
    27 Sep 2014 | 3:43 am
    The body relies on various sorts of sub-conscious sensory information to keep itself well. If I touched a sharp object with the tip of my finger, no matter what my mind was busy with at the time, my senses would kick in and I would pull back my hand to a safer spot. Now imagine, if I didn’t have that reflex, allowed my finger to rest on a sharp object until it drew blood. I’d have to realize my finger was bleeding when I saw the blood and then do whatever I had to do to treat it. That’s the situation most of us are in when it comes to maintaining body weight. Our natural…
  • Path to the Inverse Energy Field – Exercise 1 – Find Your Center

    Caraf Avnayt
    5 Aug 2014 | 7:52 am
    Every person is born able to feel and understand our energy field, just as we feel our stomach and what’s happening in there. Our sensitivity gets numbed down when we imbibe the energy patterns of adults conditioned away from holistic awareness to overly stimulated mental activity. Healing anything and everything is easy once we get back awareness of our bodies and energy fields from within, rather than from outside us – as if we were scientists outside studying our bodies. The following exercise is the starting point to becoming aware of our energy fields, learning to understand…
  • Heal Energy Disorders by Understanding how our Parents’ Genes Affect us

    Caraf Avnayt
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:00 am
    Every baby conceived has his or her individual unique destiny and spirit purpose. The baby is attracted towards parents whose primal energy fields match their destiny. The following article is not so much about how we can make or break our baby’s chance of health and success, or how our parents’ genes affect us, as much as it is about the scenario a person has to negotiate when the parents’ genetics are compatible or incompatible, harmonious or clashing. In every situation, simple awareness of the truth of the situation brings healing. Where our parents’ genes go in…
  • Functions of the Energy Field

    Caraf Avnayt
    16 May 2014 | 12:28 pm
    When dealing with any long term debilitation or problem, the first thing we need to look at, is how the body is performing its basic functions. This is a different approach to looking at an energy field or a body. Instead of looking at the body as made up of parts, we look at it as the result of the interaction between various functions, or ‘dances’ or programs. Its something like looking at a school as made up of- a gymnasium, a hall, classrooms, corridors, locker rooms, football courts – versus looking at a school as made up of – teachers, students, supporting staff…
  • Emotional and Energetic Cause of Cardio Myopathy

    Caraf Avnayt
    20 Apr 2014 | 10:52 am
    Censorship of our life energy is one cause of Cardio Myopathy (heart muscle degeneration). The heart wants to do what it wants to do. Deny it what it wants to do and eventually its going to fall ill. So follow your heart.   The post Emotional and Energetic Cause of Cardio Myopathy appeared first on Inverse Field Energy Medicine. Inverse Field Energy Medicine - Holistic healing with inverse energy signatures of herbs, flowers and minerals, made specifically for each individual.
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    Rapid Home Remedies

  • Top 12 Home Remedies for Clogged Pores

    Sara
    20 Oct 2014 | 11:35 am
    Our body pores help us stay clean by throwing out all the waste elements including dead skin cells. The sebaceous glands under our skin secrets the oil called sebum which most often clings to dead skin cells. The dead skin cells then get excreted from body through pores. This keeps our skin healthy and glowing. However, certain build-up, sometimes due to dirt or some other things like makeup residue pollution, etc. lead to clogged pores. The sebaceous gland anyway keeps on producing sebum oil but it doesn’t get released out of skin. This causes infection that we know as pimples, acne…
  • How to Get Rid of Heartburn In Pregnancy

    Sara
    15 Oct 2014 | 5:54 am
    Heartburn is a very common problem faced by most of the women during pregnancy. There are valid reasons regarding why pregnant women so often suffer from heartburn. The female hormone progesterone that increases in a pregnant woman’s body leads the muscles to relax in pregnancy. It also relaxes the stomach valve that has the function of keeping acid out of the esophagus. The burning sensation called heartburn extends from the lower throat to the bottom of the breastbone only when acid from your stomach is brought up into the oesophagus. Along with the relaxed stomach valve, the growing…
  • Natural Pain Relief Remedies for Arthritis in Hands

    Sara
    11 Oct 2014 | 2:24 am
    You knew that arthritis means inflammation of joints but did you know that there are more than hundred different forms of arthritis! However, the most common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Understanding Arthritis in Hands Your hand and wrist are made up of multiple small joints essential to produce motion. If your joints in hands like those in wrist or fingers get affected by arthritis, even your daily routine will get affected due to painful and, in worst cases, non-movement of the joints in hands. Your hands move smoothly due to a tissue called articular…
  • 17 Easy Home Remedies for Toothache Relief

    Sara
    7 Oct 2014 | 2:46 pm
    Tooth decay is the most common cause of toothache. However, it is not the only cause for tooth pain. A tooth fracture, damaged filling, infected gums, abscessed tooth (infection with pain at the root of a tooth or in between the gum and a tooth), all can give you toothache. Sometimes, when you do repetitive motions with your mouth such as when you chew gum or grind teeth then also you may suffer from tooth ache. The central region or pulp of the tooth has several highly sensitive nerve endings. The reasons mentioned above can make this pulp inflamed or irritated and this leads to toothache.
  • How to Get Rid of Cellulite

    Sara
    1 Oct 2014 | 12:14 pm
    Many women, and some men too, suffer from this skin disorder called cellulite. You may understand cellulite as fat cells that get deposited just under the skin. You can see them as bulging, pitted, wrinkled, and dimpled skin appearing like an orange peel or cottage cheese on such body areas as the abdomen, buttocks, hips, and thighs. These areas of the body, especially in women, are usually prone to get fatty easily. Those who have cellulite can feel tenderness, or tightness in these areas that may also sag sometimes. Why do women mostly suffer from cellulite can be understood by the fact…
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    PEPTALK

  • Top 12 Foods for Healthy Immune Response

    Adge and Kelly Warman
    14 Oct 2014 | 5:12 am
    The flu season is upon us. Staying well while those around you sniffle and sneeze requires that you extract as much nutrition from your diet as you can, loading up on the foods that pack the biggest nutritional punch. Avoiding processed foods, grains, and sugar will go a long way toward strengthening your immune system. However, you can do even more by selecting foods that are loaded with specific immune-boosting nutrients. Eating a diet rich in the following foods will be far better for your health than loading up on handfuls of supplements, or worse yet, falling victim to vaccines that…
  • Morning Yoga For Weight Loss

    Adge and Kelly Warman
    7 Oct 2014 | 5:27 am
  • 10 Yoga Stretches for Your Daily Routine

    Adge and Kelly Warman
    6 Oct 2014 | 3:46 am
    Some days, it's just not possible to put in a full hour and a half of yoga. But most days will allow for this 10- to 15-minute sequence that stretches the back, hamstrings, and hips, problem areas for many people. Over time, you will see the positive effect these stretches have on your longer practice sessions. 1. Pelvic Tilt I can't say enough good things about pelvic tilts. They are just amazing. Often I don't even realize that my back is stiff and hurting until I lie down on my mat. The first few pelvic tilts reveal any traces of low back pain, but after 10 to 20 rounds, the pain is…
  • Top 10 Energy Boosting Super Foods

    Adge and Kelly Warman
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:12 am
    Energy-boosting super foods are a quick and easy way to cleanse your body of all those sins and kick-start your metabolism into burning fat, fast. We know it's not rocket science to eat less processed food and stock up on healthy fruit and veg, but there are certain tasty treats that can give you an additional super-boost. Thankfully, they're all tasty, filling and wholesome enough to deserve a spot in your kitchen cupboard. So look through our top 11 super-foods that'll kill your diet crash and start you feeling energised again:Brown riceIt might take a bit longer to cook than the white…
  • 3 Tips for Practicing Meditation in the Office

    Adge and Kelly Warman
    30 Sep 2014 | 3:51 am
    Wherever we are, we have the ability to be present. On the meditation cushion, we can be present with the physical sensation of our breathing. Off the meditation cushion, we can be present with the people we encounter, our morning commute, the food we eat, everything. That is the purpose of meditation practice: to become more present and aware of every aspect of our life.When it comes to work, we always have a choice. We can schlep through our day-to-day existence, considering those hours we are working to be a waste of time, constantly looking ahead to our time off, or we can engage it in a…
 
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    Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches

  • Can Allergies Cause Cold Feet and Hands?

    night-hawk
    9 Oct 2014 | 1:09 pm
    Can allergies cause cold feet and hands? We separate allergies to food allergies and inhaler allergies… Allergens are what trigger a series of reactions by the immune system during an allergic reaction. chronic allergies can result in cold hands and feet. Actually if you have an allergy can lower your blood pressure, which will finally […] The post Can Allergies Cause Cold Feet and Hands? appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
  • Top Spices in Thailand: Healthy Thai Herbs and Roots

    night-hawk
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:14 pm
    Thai cooking and combination of herbs and spices makes Thai food somehow healthy. Many spices and herbs here in Thailand have beneficial medicinal properties. Here is a list with some healthy Thai herbs and roots. Top Spices in Thailand – Herbs and Roots: Greater Galangal “Kha”: Greater galangal belong to ginger family. This underground rhizome […] The post Top Spices in Thailand: Healthy Thai Herbs and Roots appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
  • Top Natural Antibiotics: 8 Natural Antibacterial Antibiotics

    night-hawk
    21 Sep 2014 | 12:27 pm
    The purpose of common antibiotics is to eliminate germs, but here is the problem, not all bacteria is dangerous, some may actually be necessary for our body… Common antibiotics kill both, good and bad bacteria. Natural antibiotics on the other hand working with 2 primary ways. first they eliminate the dangerous germs and second they […] The post Top Natural Antibiotics: 8 Natural Antibacterial Antibiotics appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
  • Sweating Benefits: Can you Sweat out Toxins?

    night-hawk
    14 Sep 2014 | 1:07 pm
    Sweating benefits are many. Sweating is a natural body process. The purpose of sweating is to prevent overheating. So can you sweat out toxins? Heavy sweating is not an effective method of ridding your body of toxins. Sweat is composed by 99 percent water and a tiny percent of salt, urea and some proteins and […] The post Sweating Benefits: Can you Sweat out Toxins? appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
  • H pylori Connection with Neurological Symptoms, Arthritis and Fibromyalgia

    night-hawk
    12 Sep 2014 | 12:41 pm
    H. pylori infection occurs when a bacterium causes chronic inflammation of the inner lining of the stomach (gastritis) in humans. This usually happens during childhood… This bacteria infect around two-thirds of the people in the world. Most of people infected with H. pylori infection have no symptoms and will never develop problems at all. So […] The post H pylori Connection with Neurological Symptoms, Arthritis and Fibromyalgia appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
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    Medicine Forever

  • Tinnitus Explained

    peter smith
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:23 am
    Tinnitus is still not fully understood as to whether it is a disease, an illness of/in – or if it is just a symptom generated within – a person’s own Ears. It appears apart from managing one’s life and lifestyle, there is very little quality knowledge available to further the above statement, which will deliver – real long-term relief. Experience tells us through Medical Science and research many people suffer its distressing symptoms as well as affecting many areas of their lives. From a treatment point of view, whilst there are a number of options available none it…
  • BARBUNYA

    Ayda Qasem
    10 Sep 2014 | 3:21 am
    One of my top favorite dishes in the TURKISH CUISINE. Category: Appetizer / can be served as Dinner. Dietary guidelines: [Vegetarian, Egg-free, Nut-free, Corn-free, Gluten-free, Dairy-free] INGREDIENTS:  - 2 (small-medium) onions, diced - 2 Tbsp olive oil - 2 garlic cloves, sliced - 2 carrots, cut in half round (or cut into cubes) - 1 can of Tomato purée, or (1 can of petite diced tomato), both are (organic/ low salt) - 1 cup dry Pinto beans or red beans - 1 cup hot water - 1 tsp sweetener (stevia, chicory rootInulin, agave, xylitol, Erythritol, ). organic sea salt + black pepper - 1/2…
  • My Super Food Breakfast “POMEGRANATE SEEDS WITH YOGURT & RAW HONEY”

    Ayda Qasem
    28 Aug 2014 | 3:33 am
    What you DON’T KNOW about “Pomegranate seed extract” !!! POMEGRANATE SEEDS EXTRACT, is actually a SUPER FOOD. Pomegranate it self is one of the best fruits in it’s nutritious benefits & taste as well, but if we think of it from the “WEIGHT LOSS” aspect, how can we get the maximum benefit without consuming a lot of calories ?? “POMEGRANATE SEED EXTRACT” is the solution, I found this brand from Turkey, which I’m using, & very satisfied about. CALORIE COUNT :      0.5 cup of {Pomegranate seed/ arils}, (87 g) =   72 – 80 …
  • Seborrheic Keratoses: Some people call them “age spots”, I call them wisdom spots”

    David Robles
    26 Aug 2014 | 3:13 am
    Seborrheic keratoses (seb-o-REE-ik  ker-uh-TOE-sEEs) are very common benign lesions found on middle-aged and elderly people. These lesions are sometimes called, “age spots”, but I like to refer to them as “wisdom spots”. They are not very common on people younger than 30 years of age, but once they develop, new lesions will appear throughout one’s life. I sometimes joke with my patients that they will collect them with each new birthday. And yes, anyone lucky enough to live a long life will get them; it’s part of life. It’s part of the aging process of the skin. They are…
  • KISIR – A light Turkish dish.

    Ayda Qasem
    20 Aug 2014 | 5:47 am
    This dish is an ideal one for “vegetarians”, and for people who feel heavyafter eating a dish containing a “Animal protein” due to the hot weather & would like to replace it with a lighter dish, yet feel the satiety. Kisir is a simple yet full-filling dish, which you can enjoy eating as a “MEAL” and not a “snack”, due to the amount of (Fine Wheat Bulgur) used in which is considered as a good “complex carbohydrate”.  It is somewhat similar to an Arabic salad called (Tabbouli) but here the amount of (fine Wheat Bulgur) used is…
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  • Hemp Oil – The Best (forbidden) Cure for Everything?

    Admin
    23 Oct 2014 | 12:53 pm
    By Admin The history of using the cannabis for medicinal purposes is amazingly long. As a remedy, it is mentioned in the oldest known collection of rules for making medicines (from about the 27th century BC), pharmacopoeia  of the Chinese Emperor Shen Nong. In that collection, Shen Nong, who is considered as the father of the Chinese […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: Hemp Oil – The Best (forbidden) Cure for Everything?
  • Amazing Healing Juice Against Colds and Flu

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    22 Oct 2014 | 12:42 pm
    By Admin Did you know that the remedies against fever, sneezing and coughing are all around us? Learn how to make healthy drinks that are excellent allies in the fight against colds. We give you the recipe for an excellent, fast and refreshing healing juice against colds and flu that will keep you in a good mood, […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: Amazing Healing Juice Against Colds and Flu
  • Herbs for Your Health: Top 5 Antioxidants Herbs and Spices

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    22 Oct 2014 | 4:30 am
    By Admin Certainly, you have heard about free radicals and oxidative stress. The oxidative stress is a condition that occurs when the formation of the free radicals overwhelms the ability of the body to neutralize or eliminate them. It leads to many serious diseases such as diabetes, premature aging and heart problems. The biggest enemies of the […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: Herbs for Your Health: Top 5 Antioxidants Herbs and Spices
  • How To Use Honey for Asthma Treatment

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    21 Oct 2014 | 1:01 pm
    By Admin The causes for bronchial asthma are different, but most often they are based on allergies. It is a state of hypersensitivity of the organism to certain substances called allergens. It can be inherited or obtained under particular conditions. The most common causes are various infections, infectious processes commonly associated with the colds. The non-infectious allergens […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: How To Use Honey for Asthma Treatment
  • 8 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism Right Now

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    19 Oct 2014 | 12:13 pm
    By Admin Fibers in the food help to stabilize the blood sugar levels, which helps your metabolism to work continuously. In addition, the antioxidants in fruits and vegetables help your body to get rid of free radicals. You are not happy with your metabolism? We will show you some strategies that you can apply during lunch, gym, […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: 8 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism Right Now
 
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    Herbs, Herbal, Ayurved, Nature and Healthcare

  • Sitopaladi Churna : Say Bye-Bye to Cough Naturally

    Elzac herbals
    23 Oct 2014 | 9:58 pm
    Sitopaladi Churna is well known Ayurvedic preparation. Sitopaladi mainly used for respiratory problems. Sitopaladi Churna is effective anti-cough formula for all age groups.Main Ingredients of Sitopaladi Churna : SitopalaVamshalochanaPippali (Pepper)CardamomCinnamonAnd Mishry (sugar candy)Sitopaladi Doses: 2-3 Teaspoonful twice daily or as directed by physician. Sitopaladi Churna should be taken with Honey or Ghee.Indications of Sitopaladi Churna:Mainly recommended for cough even in cough associated with bronchitis, pneumonia and tuberculosis. It also provides relieve in excessive thirst…
  • Lavan Bhaskar Churna : Feel the power of Salt (NAMAK)

    Elzac herbals
    21 Oct 2014 | 10:42 pm
    Lavan is a Sanskrit word means Salt. Lavan Bhaskar Churna is a very popular Ayurvedic Medicine used mainly for gastric problems. Main ingredients of Lavan Bhaskar Churna is different type of salts. Lavan Bhaskar Churna is a mixture of Herbs and Lavans.  Herbs and spices used in Lavan Bhaskar Churna mainly has carminative and digestive properties.Lavan Bhaskar Churna ingredients:Vida Lavan (Vida Salt), Souvarchala Lavana , Saindha lavana, Dhanya (coriander), Trikuta, Kala jeera, Long pepper root, Nagakeshar , Taleesapatra , Amlavetasa , White cumin , Dadima…
  • Neem or Azadirachta indica : Natural and pure

    Elzac herbals
    16 Oct 2014 | 4:16 am
    Neem or Azadirachta indicais very common name in Indian and Indian subcontinents countries. Most of Indian people once in life time has been used Neem for cleaning their teeth.In past it was very popular tooth cleaner for Indian people but as time passes and being more commercialization of market impact at people habits and gave them dangerous and chemical tooth paste and cleansers that caused damage more than benefits.Every part of Neem can be used medicinally. Its leave, seed, bark, rhizome everything is used for different purposed and in different conditions.Due to insufficient research…
  • Body Immune system and our healthcare system

    Elzac herbals
    13 Oct 2014 | 9:59 pm
    One thing for sure, we have a long way to go. Indian alternative medicine systems are richest in regard of healthcare knowledge. At ground level these systems were in practice before 20 years. In last 20 years our country only went through western and chemical system of treatment. We have forgotten very important thing and it is that our body has one of strongest army in the Universe. It has its own way to treat body.If a person will go to doctor for treatment what he will prescribe? He will give antibiotics along with multi minerals, multivitamins and antioxidants. In addition NSAID’s and…
  • Dasmularistha – Female Ayurvedic Tonic

    Elzac herbals
    11 Oct 2014 | 2:37 am
    Dasmularistha is very useful female tonic. Dasmularistha’s main constituent is Dashmool with other herbs. Dashmool is a composition of nearly ten herbs which has mainly antioxidant and nutritive properties. Dasmularistha can contain more than 50 herbs. It provide strength to uterus muscles and very effective in women after delivery. It helps uterus to regain its normal size and shape.Ingredients: Main ingredients of Dasmularishta is Dashmula  [Bilva (Aegle marmelos), Shayonaka (Oroxylum indicum), Gambhari (Gmelina arborea), Pippali (Piper longum), Puga (Areca catechu), Haridra…
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  • Ayahuasca effects

    Philippe
    21 Oct 2014 | 11:03 am
    Ayahuasca effects are different from an individual to another because the Medicine reacts according to ones personal traits. First the Shaman will bless the healing circle and then the brew in order to reactivate it. Every participant will receive a cup of Ayahuasca and drink it after greeting the Shaman.The Ayahuasca effects will start after more or less 20 minutes, participants will  start to hear a buzz noise and feel as if they elevates themselves very fast in an elevator. The senses will start to be more sensitive and receive subtle signals, some people will be able to hear sounds that…
  • Attracting positive experiences

    Philippe
    23 Sep 2014 | 1:52 pm
    Attracting positive experiences is the wish of any person. Your natural state of being is vibrating on high level of energies, when you come to incarnate yourself on the physical plane you do it on the purpose to live multiple experiences in the material plane, this is one of the goals of incarnation, leave your own vibration to experience variations, pleasures, pains.Joy, love, enthusiasm, gain etc…, are the states that are the closest to your natural vibration, they are positive experiences. On this physical plane you will also experience phases that you will dislike because they…
  • Managing sexual energy

    Philippe
    18 Sep 2014 | 7:32 pm
    Managing sexual energy is a subject that has always been controversial from certain Religions or dogmas. We are going to describe what does it involve exactly from a Spiritual or Shamanic point of view.Sex is present everywhere in the nature from the most basic creatures to human beings. It is a very powerful energy on the terrestrial plane, so strong that this energy can easily dominate and manage our mind and body. We can imagine a swimmer felt in a mountain torrent, the strength of the stream will take him away. We need to be very good swimmers indeed to manage sexual impulse. In this…
  • Energetic field

    Philippe
    14 Sep 2014 | 1:22 pm
    You already know you are much more than your Physical body, this is the only dimension of life that we can see with our physical senses. The creation is not only on the physical plane, it is at the same time on many other planes more or less dense.Our being has also dense and subtle bodies and what is going to be seen in this teaching is our Energetic field or Aura. Indeed it will represent who we really are since we are born, every emotional charge, traumas and pains will be set in this Energetic field. We can see it as a hard drive record containing more or less positive or negative…
  • Awakening

    Philippe
    6 Sep 2014 | 12:19 pm
    Many people are spectators of their destiny. In this big theater, in this dance most of them are unconscious of their Self, real infinite and unlimited. The result is that most of us are mired into the densest dimensions being swept away by the winds of ego attachment and illusion. At that stage instinct is predominant over consciousness.You need to understand that what or who you think you are is an illusion, this is the first step on awakening and it is the hardest, you have to die to reborn, die from your convictions, from your fears. You are on the way to reintegrate who you really are,…
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    How to Hypnotize Someone Safely

  • HYPNOSIS MYTH 6: Some people cannot be hypnotized

    ibaya99
    2 Oct 2014 | 4:57 am
    The post HYPNOSIS MYTH 6: Some people cannot be hypnotized appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely. HYPNOSIS MYTH 6: Some people cannot be hypnotized This is the last Hypnosis Myth post! Do you think you have never been hypnotized? Many people think they have never been hypnotized because they have never been to a hypnotherapist nor participated in a hypnosis show. In reality, we all have experienced at least a state of […] The post HYPNOSIS MYTH 6: Some people cannot be hypnotized appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely.
  • HYPNOSIS MYTH 5: Only the weak get hypnotized

    ibaya99
    29 Sep 2014 | 3:54 pm
    The post HYPNOSIS MYTH 5: Only the weak get hypnotized appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely. HYPNOSIS MYTH 5: Only the weak get hypnotized People often think that those that can be hypnotized are ‘weak’, either physically, mentally or both. These may include persons that: Look, behave or speak different than the majority (because they are ‘ugly, foreigners or cripple’) Don’t have their own judgement and opinions so are easily convinced […] The post HYPNOSIS MYTH 5: Only the weak get hypnotized appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely.
  • HYPNOSIS MYTH 4: Women become sluts and sexual slaves

    ibaya99
    28 Sep 2014 | 12:33 pm
    The post HYPNOSIS MYTH 4: Women become sluts and sexual slaves appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely. HYPNOSIS MYTH 4: Women become sluts and sexual slaves Unfortunately, still in the year 2014 women are always at risk to be called sluts, whether they are hypnotized or not. Firstly, when people are under hypnosis they often have their eyes closed and look sleepy and unaware of their surroundings. In mainstream society if a […] The post HYPNOSIS MYTH 4: Women become sluts and sexual slaves appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely.
  • HYPNOSIS MYTH 3: Hypnotists look strange and flamboyant

    ibaya99
    27 Sep 2014 | 10:10 am
    The post HYPNOSIS MYTH 3: Hypnotists look strange and flamboyant appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely. HYPNOSIS MYTH 3: Hypnotists look strange and flamboyant If you come on the TV or are from the entertainment industry it always helps looking flamboyant, weird and / or original. Look at Lady Gaga. She has by far the biggest group of followers in Twitter. Do you think she would have the same number of […] The post HYPNOSIS MYTH 3: Hypnotists look strange and flamboyant appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely.
  • HYPNOSIS MYTH 2: You will sleep, lose memory or be like a zombie

    ibaya99
    19 Sep 2014 | 4:28 am
    The post HYPNOSIS MYTH 2: You will sleep, lose memory or be like a zombie appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely. The Top 6 craziest Hypnosis myths ever!! HYPNOSIS MYTH 2:  You will sleep, lose memory or be like a zombie Firstly, People under hypnosis are usually seen as empty headed and wandering around being told what to do. They are regarded as easy to manipulate (by good or evil) and be dominated. Many people think […] The post HYPNOSIS MYTH 2: You will sleep, lose memory or be like a zombie appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely.
 
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  • Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Menstrual Cramps

    trendyteam
    19 Oct 2014 | 5:53 am
    Women have given birth to all the human beings till date. God has blessed them with a special set of organs with a very complex mechanism so that they can give birth to young ones, men do play a cameo in reproduction but that is not the point of discussion here. Sometimes, this boon becomes a cause of agony for women.Inactive lifestyle and poor dietary habits results in a very frustrating and agonizing situation called menstrual cramps. Today you are going to read some of the best home remedies to get rid of menstrual cramps brought to you by trendyhealers.com. […]The post Home Remedies…
  • How to lose cellulite fast

    trendyteam
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:24 am
    Cellulite is the nightmare for all the women. It affects most of the women over 30. But even overweight teens face problem of cellulite or orange peel syndrome. It is also known as orange peel syndrome because it makes skin look like shrunken orange peels. It is not exactly a big problem, as 80-90 percent of post adolescent females suffer from this malady. Women of all body type and shapes, peach, apple, hourglass or banana all suffer from this condition. This is not harmful to the overall health but it surely damages the looks of the body. Cellulite is made […]The post How to lose…
  • Best ways on how to get rid of blisters on tongue

    trendyteam
    16 Oct 2014 | 7:44 am
    Blisters on tongue are the painful ulcers which can make eating and talking hard. They normally heal themselves in 1 -2 weeks. Women get affected by them more often than men. Tongue ulcers appear as raised bumps with yellowish white center. Sometimes there can be small bumps without the whitish center. Blisters also happen under the tongue, blisters under the tongue are more painful and frustrating. Most of the blisters are small but they cause immense pain while talking eating and drinking. Even the smallest movement of mouth can causes pain. To heal your blisters fast, trendyhealers.com…
  • How to treat erectile dysfunction naturally

    trendyteam
    15 Oct 2014 | 8:01 am
    Erectile dysfunction is the sexual dysfunction characterized by inability to attain or maintain an erection for long durations. A penile erection is caused by the blood rushing into the sponge like muscular structures inside the penis. It is a very common health problem in older people. Half of the people older than 45 years of age face problems with erections. Inability to sustain an erection can cause reduced sexual desire, negative self image, anxiety and guilt. Impotence in three-fourth of the cases has medical causes and one-fourth of the cases have psychological causes. Medical…
  • How to get rid of Body odor naturally

    trendyteam
    14 Oct 2014 | 7:30 am
    Body odor or the unpleasant odor given off by the body is something which is very unattractive. It can be a big turnoff. Bad body odor throws people in very embarrassing situations. Whatever may be the reason for your bad odor trendyhealers.com will provide you with all the solutions on the topic “How to get rid of Body odor naturally”?. In extreme cases it can lead to anxiety, depression and social withdrawal. Body odor causes vary from person to person, in some people it can be excessive sweating and in some other it can be the bacteria which feed on […]The post How to get rid of…
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    Persisting Metamorphosis

  • Gratitude Post - Life Lessons

    Patrick Dwyer
    19 Oct 2014 | 11:11 am
    When I was a child, my schooling was not the most meaningful thing in my life. There were a million other matters that were more meaningfulor at least I believed to be more meaningful at the time.It wasn't that I didn't care to learn, but more that I didn't perceive a great deal of benefit in what my school deemed as essential. Unfortunately, the school I went to was not the best and they spent the majority of their time teaching students the test rather than teaching students to think for themselves. Luckily, I had access to the Internet and a few teachers and friends that supported my…
  • Sometimes failing to Reach a Goal Is the Best Thing That Can Happen to Us

    Patrick Dwyer
    13 Oct 2014 | 1:17 pm
    What happens when you set a goal and you don't meet that goal? I recently faced this question myself. As many of you might be aware I set a goal to compete in my first triathlon. A big chunk of that goal consisted of facing my fear of swimming in open water.Months of training and tough work was committed towards this goal, but when race day finally arrived I made the decision to not swim and only participated in the biking and running. Although I made a considerable bit of swimming progress and successfully swam in open water during practices, which I had never done before, I still did not…
  • Gratitude Post - Music

    Patrick Dwyer
    3 Oct 2014 | 10:41 am
    Music is a gift that I have become exceedingly grateful for over the years.  I myself fail to be musically inclined and couldn't carry a tune or catch a beat if my life depended on it.  All the same, I do relish music immensely, including all kinds, from classical to hip hop and other music most would have difficulty classifying.  Music can touch and trigger feelings and ideas that words alone would have trouble expressing.  By taking those same vague words and molding them around a repetitive, almost harsh bass note with a hi-hat, you have something that truly speaks.
  • Start Your Day on the Right Foot by Implementing a Ritual

    Patrick Dwyer
    28 Sep 2014 | 5:23 pm
    Every morning people wake up to the shrieking of an alarm clock to start their day. Not the utmost optimal way to wake up, but unfortunately that is our reality. What follows in the next hour or two before we leave our homes will pretty much decide our outlook and attitude for the majority of the rest of the day.  So, what is it you do after you hear that alarm start to blare? Do you hit snooze a few times till you're running behind, and now are rushing out the door? Do you roll out of bed on the first ring and jump right into necessities needed to arrive to work on time?  Hopefully…
  • Gratitude Post - Family

    Patrick Dwyer
    19 Jul 2014 | 1:44 pm
    At the close of each day, what is the last thought that you find your mind lingering on?  For me it is usually what I hope to achieve the following day.  How many of us habitually take a moment to review what we are thankful for?  Furthermore, how many of us actually show our gratitude for the daily treasures we receive?In an effort to grow more as a human being,  I have decided to start a weekly post here on PersistingMetamorphosis.com where I take a moment to express my gratitude toward events and people of the previous week.  Here is the first in that weekly…
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