Archive for December, 2005

Your Winter Stars (2006)

Your Winter Stars (2006)

Written by on December 17, 2005 in Astrology

The seasons mark the movement of time. The longest night has passed, and we turn slowly toward more light. It’s winter with long nights and cold: This is stressful for animals and humans alike. Food and heat are particularly precious. During this time we are reminded that we depend upon each other. The future […]

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The Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives

The Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives

Written by on December 11, 2005 in Books, Reviews

More and more, I seem to run across people who have toyed with the possibility of reincarnation. This idea brings us to ponder some of the bigger questions, such as, where was I before I was born? Who are these people in my life? What am I doing here? Is this my soulmate?
Journey of Souls: […]

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The Holy Order of Water: Healing Earth’s Waters and Ourselves

The Holy Order of Water: Healing Earth’s Waters and Ourselves

Written by on December 11, 2005 in Books, Reviews

How interesting it is that the book The Holy Order of Water landed in my hands a week before the major hurricanes began to arrive on U.S. soil this past fall. During this time, I began to take notice of the power of water. Although I am familiar with Dr. Emoto’s work on the consciousness […]

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Continuous Partial Attention

Continuous Partial Attention

Written by on December 11, 2005 in Editorial

We live in an age of information explosion. In the 1960s, we had only three major television networks. Today with cable, satellite and internet options, we can tune into one of several million channels anytime. Many of us watch TV and surf the web at the same time; and with TiVo and podcasts we can […]

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Who Inspires You?

Who Inspires You?

Written by on December 11, 2005 in Editorial

Who inspires you? I have been thinking a lot about inspiration lately. Inspiring people help motivate us to expand our minds about what is possible. We remind ourselves that if they can do it, then so can we. I have always loved the statement in Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” about believing 6 impossible things […]

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A Common Sense Primer on Natural Herpes Treatment

A Common Sense Primer on Natural Herpes Treatment

Written by on December 11, 2005 in Health

The virus is going to be in your body for life, and believe it or not, it greatly prefers to stay dormant, much like it’s cousin the chicken-pox virus that is also a member of the herpes family of viruses and also in your body for life.

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