Health, Healing & Wellness

Energy Healing with the Help of Nature

  By Carl Greer, PhD, PsyD People of different wisdom traditions have recognized that natural spaces can affect their own energy in particular ways. Are you sensitive enough to recognize the subtle changes in energy as you walk from one area to another, such as across a meadow or along …

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Healthy Eating – Peaceful Vegan Feeling

  By Betsy Bruns Have you ever heard of the song “Peaceful Easy Feeling” by the Eagles?  I had that feeling recently when eating green rice for breakfast while gazing at our French Bulldog Buddha statue. The bully Buddha is purposefully placed across from the kitchen table to remind me …

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21 Ways to Protect Yourself from Electromagnetic Fields (EMF)

By Ania Wilewska – “The deployment of 5G, or fifth generation cellular technology, constitutes a massive experiment on the health of all species.” – Dr. Joel Moskowitz As more scientific studies are being published, more doctors and physicians are raising awareness and alarm, even few glimpses of mainstream media show …

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Healthy Eating – True Independence

  By Betsy Bruns We are already halfway through the year, and summer and sovereignty day are here. On July 4th, 1776, thirteen colonies claimed independence from England, leading to the formation of the United States.  Each year on the fourth of July, Americans celebrate the freedom and independence that …

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Conscious Sexuality: The importance of sexuality to the healing and self-actualization of women

  By Jennifer Bugajsky In today’s modern world, sex has become a taboo topic. For centuries, women have been taught that sex is bad, shameful or self-indulgent.  Societal influences claim that a woman who thinks about, let alone engages in sexual activity, is labeled as provocative, dirty or promiscuous.  Religion …

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Healthy eating: Healthful Thanksgiving Recipes to Prevent Diabetes and Weight Gain

  By Betsy Bruns Giving thanks in November is an American tradition that dates back to 1621 when, as the story goes, a harvest feast was shared between the English colonists (Pilgrims) of Plymouth and the Wampanoag people, or the native people of North America, who were here in America before any of …

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Wireless Technology:  Convenience or Environmental and Health Hazard?

By Ania Wilewska In today’s society, it’s difficult to imagine a day where we don’t use our cellphones. Smartphones have become ingrained in our everyday life. For some, they even seem like an extension of our bodies. Smartphones offer a lot of positives, such as the ability to successfully navigate …

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