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Community Happenings – May 2017

Community Happenings – May 2017 –  Welcome Shaman Romulo Lizarraga Valencia  for Several Ceremonial Events & Private Shamanic Sessions  May 4-13, 2017  Romulo Lizarraga Valencia is a Quechua Peruvian Indian, born & raised at the base of Machu Picchu. He grew up on the family farm, learning the healing & spiritual arts of the Andes from his mother. Romulo …

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Letter from the Publisher – Conscious Seeding – May 2017

By Kasia Szumal –  Spring is finally here! A few weeks ago, I planted my first garden, which I was inspired to do by our columnist Sue Odland, who writes our “Organic Gardening” column. It is a balcony garden with veggies and fruits. As a first-time gardener, I bought a few huge pots, some soil, and seeds of veggies and fruits that I love to eat. Do you know that …

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What is Consciousness? 

By Carolyn M. Greenleaf –  As you know, consciousness is the state of being awake or aware. However, in this article, I would like to explore the nature of our changing consciousness. This subject is a driving force within each one of us that seeks to grow, evolve and expand in ways that can be confusing, and therefore …

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From the Heart – When Seekers Become Finders

­­­ By Alan Cohen – Every morning after we walk our dogs, two of them chase each other around the living room coffee table. It’s quite entertaining to watch these exuberant spirits tease each other, bark, and run around in circles. The little one eggs the larger one on, and …

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Full Moon – May 2017

By Marijosephe (Mija) Pierre Bradford –  Full Moon: Wednesday, May 10, 2017  May’s Full Flower Moon is also called Mother’s Moon, Milk Moon, Hare Moon and Corn Planting Moon.  New Moon: Thursday, May 25, 2017  This will be the largest Super New Moon of the year.  May’s Moon marks a time of increasing fertility as the …

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Organic Gardening – Back to Basics

By Sue Odland  Spring rains recede, while sunshine warms the earth, and the time has come to plant a garden. This affordable, enjoyable activity brings fresh, flavorful offerings directly from nature to table. Developing the basic skills needed to grow your own food will always be in style. This season, turn off the TV and computer screens, take the family outside, and connect to Mother Earth.  Here are some simple steps to create a successful, productive garden:  Step 1: Pick a space with 6-8 hours of full sun to …

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