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Loving Kindness is Good for You!

By  Mary Montgomery   Last month’s column paid tribute to a local Chicago hero, the late James “Major” Adams, whose loving and kind ways made him a legend on the west side. I also shared my experiences with the Abraham-Hicks techniques (abraham-hicks.com), and how they are not only helping me become ...

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In Print – May 2016

By Kayla Hancock   The Art and Science of Hand Reading: Classical Methods for Self-Discovery through Palmistry, by Ellen Goldberg and Dorian Bergen (Destiny Books, $35.00, Hardcover) Based on Ellen Goldberg’s 40 years of teaching palmistry, this book provides extensive guidance on how to learn about a person’s personality traits ...

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Cosmic Daily Weather – May 2016

By Kaye Berjot Overview     May is going to be a wonderful month. The skies are delivering up a good dose of grand energy in the form of multiple kites. Kites are astrological events that occur when a triangular aspect (grand trine) interacts with a fourth planet and causes ...

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Midwest Pulse Calendar Listings- May 2016

Sunday, May 1   AN AFTERNOON WITH HEATHER HUFFMAN 3:00p-4:00p Family Yoga ($20 up to 3 family members, $5 for each additional member) 5:00p-6:00p Community Yoga $5. Both classes are drop-in FocusOm Batavia www.focus-om.com    Wednesday, May 4   CURVY YOGA WALKING SERIES – Wednesdays 7:00-8:15p with Mishelle O’Regan $85 ...

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Kissing and Driving

By Alan Cohen I saw a romantic greeting card which showed a couple kissing in the front seat of a car. The message said, “If you can kiss while driving safely, you are not giving the kiss the attention it deserves.”   Anything that is worth doing, is worth doing ...

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Community Happenings- April 2016

Advanced Meditation! April 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th  Are you under stress and overworked? Do you struggle with your emotions?   Stress is self-generated, and is the byproduct of fear. Deep down, we all know this. The root cause is that we all live in the past or future in our thoughts—without ...

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Experiencing the Hum

By Theresa Puskar- Westmont, IL March 4th, 2016 “This is month three of my solitude and slowdown journey,  and I can enthusiastically affirm that I survived!”     As I have previously mentioned, I requested three months hiatus where I would not write about area events. My intention and focus has ...

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Letter From The Publisher- April 2016

By Walter Perschke The evolving nature of religious belief in America is documented by a Pew Research Center study completed in 2014. The study incorporated questions and answers from more than 35,000 participants. The direction of belief is subtle, but measurable—we are drifting away from traditional religion albeit at a ...

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