by Elizabeth Summers, Esoteric Numerologer
As we move into the fifth month of our calendar year, all of Nature seems to be taking off its spandex and bursting into the joy of freedom. The Number Five exudes this very energy no matter where it appears in a personal chart...
Intuition & Symbols
by Debbie Freund
While many of us have experienced years of empirical evidence showing that essential oils work for us in various capacities; it still largely remains to be shown, exactly, which pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic mechanisms are responsible for these actions. Because essential oils are complex mixtures of plant made chemicals, it is no easy task to study them, and researchers often end up looking at individual constituents...
by Jasmine Sufi
Laughing is ingrained in us from birth. Infants begin smiling during the first weeks of life and laugh out loud within months of being born. Laughter becomes an important part of our daily lives from then on. So why is laughter so important and what does it do for us?...
Editor's Note: Oh the power of laughter! This article explains the affects of stress on the body, mind, and immune system. Laughter, along with acupuncture, are shown to have the same physiological responses on the body which can help manage stress. Laughter may be just what the doctor ordered.
by Tzivia Gover
After trying for over a week to have a lucid dream, I finally succeeded…
Typically I have a lucid dream once or twice a month without trying. If I want to have a dream in which I know that I’m dreaming, I usually achieve my goal after a night or two of setting my intention in that direction...
Editor's Note from Cynthia Greb: I always love reading about people's powerful dreams. In this article, not only do we have the privilege of hearing about Tzivia's beautiful dream, but we also get tips on how to cultivate lucid dreaming.
by Tracy Wasem
I died at the age of twenty-four. It was May, my favorite month. Flowers were blooming and the desert sky was covered in dusty storms. Naked on the operating table and cut open down my entire abdominal cavity, I was leaving this world similarly to how I entered it...
Editor's Note from Eileen Gonzalez: I met Tracy over a year ago, her perspective in life is of hope. Since her life changing experience she is thankful for every moment and looks for the best in life. She has not had a great life, yet her experiences have not held her back instead these have made her better. Life is too short to live in self-pity wondering why things happen to us. Life is too short therefore we need to enjoy it to the fullest.
by Trish Regan
I have been completely following my heart and only taking actions that feed my soul. Of course, many say that an entrepreneur must keep themselves in the public eye in front of their clients in order to keep business flowing … this means writing in your blog a few times a month. For me, though, all of that activity, up until now, just has not done it for me. I simply cannot move into any action that does not feel right...
Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: We often hear people saying we need to trust the process of life. And sometimes life asks us to be still, to do nothing. How do we reconcile our cultural conditioning that says to thrive we must work hard and achieve, when all of our internal messaging is to withdraw from the routine? As winter calls us in-doors, Trish Regan's article inspires us to trust and ask how we can best nurture our souls.
Editor’s Note from Andrea D'Amore: The season for strawberries is just about upon us and I wanted to share this wonderful recipe that gives us a unique way of using them. This is a perfect lunch or light dinner recipe for the spring and summer months and it provides us with ample amounts of healing nutrients. First, strawberries provide ample amounts of Vitamin C, potassium and folate. Consuming them on a regular basis has been proven to lower blood pressure and protect against rheumatoid arthritis. Also, they are full of antioxidants which, as we should know by now are preventative against cancer and heart disease...
by David Burrows
In 2011 I returned home from a two month trip to India and Thailand to a cat named Chloe who was distraught, skinny, and had both developed and passed kidney stones during my absence. A few months passed with her continuing to look distraught and unhealthy and then I decided, after multiple visits to the Veterinarians, to try massage to help her...
Editor´s Note: How I healed my cat through Massage and Homeopathy. Look for a companion video soon showing the massage method I used for Chloe the cat.
Massage & Bodywork
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