Health

The first step in finding peace is creating a sanctuary

There are times when you hit a wall, and nothing seems to be going your way and you feel lost.  When the horoscope says positive things, but somehow unfortunate things unfold. What can you do? The first step you can take to make a big personal change is to create a sanc...

15 Powerful Strategies to Build Your Confidence

Some people seem to attract everything they want. It can be so frustrating to not be one of them. Whether it is in a meeting, in a conversation with your boss, public speaking or on a date becoming nervous and not being able to think of the right thing to say can impact...

New Music for a New Time-Interview with Visionary Musician Jay Oliver

Jay Oliver grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, surrounded by the vocal harmonies of his jazz singing parents, and he regularly joined them – at a very young age – as they frequented the thriving local jazz club scene. Born with perfect pitch, he quickly formulated his music...

Healing Horses Through the Eye of the Observer

The first time I accompanied Equine Veterinarian Louie Enos to a client’s estate and to watch him work was the summer of 2006. When we arrived at the stable, the client was just finishing her mare’s grooming. Louie first asked the owner to walk her horse around the expa...

Learning the Truth About Horses

Barbara Filippelli began riding horses at age ten and has been involved with horses ever since. Today, she and her husband own and operate Valley Pond Farms, a professional thirty-eight stall training and boarding facility on an exquisite fifty-eight acres in Westcheste...

A Partnership with Horses

Margo Forstrom owns Hunter Valley Farm in Graham, Washington, and currently cares for six horses, three of her own and three boarders. Louie has treated her horses for over thirteen years and in the course of that time she has watched him work on about a dozen horses. F...

Food for Thought: A Conversation with Cynthia Lair

The world of nutrition and healthy eating sometimes resembles more of a minefield than a fertile pasture. Between contradictory studies, polarized opinions and constantly revised (and occasionally interchangeable) lists of “good foods” and “bad foods,” successfully navi...

Surviving Aids

My name is Niro. I am a woman who has lived through a powerful, and life-transforming experience. In November 1985, I tested positive for the human immune deficiency virus HIV and was diagnosed with AIDS-related complex (ARC). I had been infected by my lover, Nado, who ...

How Thought Affects Our Bodies

Greetings and salutations. I am Ramtha the Enlightened One, Lord of the Wind, indeed servant unto Christ, indeed servant unto you. Let’s have a drink to aqueous substance, water, for reality changes even in what we consume and what we drink. When we toast fine wine to h...

The NOW of Cooking

I usually have a list when I grocery shop. Most people do. It’s a logical way to keep the pantry stocked. But after I have everything in the cart that is on the list, I actually park the cart (which can become a problem if I forget where I parked it.) and walk the perim...

Energy Medicine Solutions

Therapeutic use of electromagnetism has ancient roots, and was first introduced into the US by Hahnemann just prior to 1800. At first, only direct current (DC) devices were utilized in the medical doctor’s office for relieving pain, and for calming “hysteria.” In 1865, ...

How to Heal Your Attitudes

Dr. Gerald Jampolsky, known far and wide as “Jerry”, is commonly considered a founding father of the self-help movement and working with children and adults facing life-threatening illness, crisis, challenges, and change. Thirty years ago his seminal book Love is Lettin...

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