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Pollution of Mind

Pollution of Mind

By Yola Dunne, practitioner of the Healing and Shamanic Arts. (www.yoladunne.com) Pollution of the mind is rampant in our culture. To be aware of this phenomenon is paramount to creating a healthy mind and body. Everywhere we turn, we are bombarded with countless mental pollutants: news, social media, noise, traffic, drama, abuse, stress, etc… In […]

April 21, 2019 | By More
UNCERTAINTY

UNCERTAINTY

by Dr. Reverend Martha Creek I  may have finally learned that “Figure it out” is not a good slogan for me or most other humans. Stressful. My best attempts prove murky, wobbly, wily, confusing, and complex. Perhaps, “keep faith in things unseen” and stay the course could be a kinder approach. I was meeting a […]

April 21, 2019 | By More
The 5th Annual Enriching Me and My Reiki Community on April 28th

The 5th Annual Enriching Me and My Reiki Community on April 28th

This is going to be an AMAZING DAY!!! The changing membership of the Reiki community fascinates me. Thåere have been many students over the last few months that have been asking about their purpose with their Reiki Training.  The students of late have been as varied as the stars.   Their lifestyles, educations, careers, age ranging […]

April 21, 2019 | By More
Speaking One’s Truth

Speaking One’s Truth

I  have been studying quite a few books on Indigenous spirituality lately and will share what is repeated consistently in this article. As a heart-centered profound thinker, I am currently observing the general public’s interest in the expression “to speak one’s truth” and how important it is for the general public to hear that truth. […]

April 21, 2019 | By More
Correlation Between Body and Mind

Correlation Between Body and Mind

By Lynne Cardinal The ancient principle of the relationship between our body and mind is now widely supported by modern scientific research. Experimental psychologist, Neal Miller PhD, discovered that we can be trained to control certain physical responses (e.g., blood pressure) that were previously considered to be involuntary. This discovery gave birth to numerous modalities. […]

April 21, 2019 | By More