'Meet the Clairs' – 10 Kinds of Intuition Emily Matweow
Clair refers to our physical and intuitive senses. Ten different kinds of intuition are named and briefly described. Three new names are added to the previous list of seven: Clairtaction, Claireloquence and Clairessence. Each name identifies…
Category: Intuition Insights Dec 1, 2019
 
Bench Words Carole Fawcett
“I sat here and contemplated suicide” was scribbled in red on a bench by a bus stop. The despair in those words stopped me in my tracks. Unresolved emotional baggage from the past can present itself with the right trigger. If you are a person who is feeling sad most of the time, or if you are contemplating suicide, or have a friend who is, please reach out to...
Category: A Mindful Connection Dec 1, 2019
 
Cooling the Fires of Sibling Rivalry Maggie Reigh
Sibling relationships offer children opportunities to grow and learn how to handle the world. Some squabbling is normal and natural and is a valuable learning opportunity for children.
Category: Parenting Tips Dec 1, 2019
 

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How to Remake your Old Favourite Holiday Recipes Shannon Bliss
Simple tips on how to remake your old favourite recipes… just in time for the holidays. This is simpler than you would think… When I look at any recipe I look for good healthy ingredients...
Category: Bliss Nutrition & Weight loss Dec 1, 2019
 
Avoiding Christmas Chaos Cathy Lauer
Navigating the Christmas Party scene while remaining gluten free- Whether it’s your first or twenty first Christmas eating gluten free there are always things that come up at this time of year that require a little preplanning. School Christmas parties, cookie exchanges and workplace staff Christmas parties are being booked and menus decided. How will you navigate your way successfully through this season while keeping to your gluten free diet?
Category: Gluten Free Goodness Dec 1, 2019
 
Winterizing Skin Care Tips OK In Health's Beauty Articles
During the spring and summer months the air is moist, the vegetation is thick and rich and our skin tends to be well moisturized and dewy. As fall sets in and winter approaches our skin, like the dying leaves becomes dehydrated, flaky and tight. It is important to change or tweak your skin care regime as the seasons dictate. Here are some winterizing tips to help your skin glow all the way until the arrival of spring...
Category: Natural Beauty Dec 1, 2019
 

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Celtic Symbolism – The Moon
The moon’s natural influence on people and animals since the dawn of life existing on earth goes without saying. The cultural influences of the moon on lifestyle, art, mythology and language are prevalent amongst most indigenous cultures of the world and all modern life today. As far as actual celebrations regarding the moon, we know little of, but there are a few fragments of information that have survived. For one thing, many herbs were only picked during specific phases or days of the moon’s cycle. Certain days were lucky while others were unlucky to pick herbs or conduct business in general. This practice survived in Celtic lands at least until the
Category: Maria's Celtic Corner Oct 1, 2019
 
Comparison of Sodium in Foods 'PASS on the SALT'
by Maria O'Farrell Carr. This month we look at how much sodium is in our foods. Are you trying to cut down on salt? It isn't the easiest thing to do if you are used to adding salt to everything to enhance the flavour. And the fact that many foods come pre-salted often doesn't help. This article sets forth some ways in which you can start your journey to a less salty cuisine and a healthier you.
Category: Pass On the Salt Oct 1, 2019
 
De-Stressing with Nature Carole Fawcett
Nature can be one of the best stress relievers. It soothes the soul to hear the sounds of nature. By changing our focus from things that stress us, to the sounds and sights of nature, we will help to break the stress cycle in our body. We will be giving our mind and body a priceless gift...
Category: A Mindful Connection Oct 1, 2019
 

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Foodism: The belief that your diet is better than everyone else’s Alexis Costello
We like to put labels on things don’t we? When somebody has the label on them that says “vegan” for example, we understand what that means; it makes us feel more comfortable. What if we were each to simply listen to our own body and give it what it needs for each day?...
Category: Wandering Herbalist Oct 1, 2019
 
Giving Thanks Lyndsay Blais
Our brains are selective like that. We all have a reticular activating system, or R.A.S., which is like our internal G.P.S. that brings things to our attention; things that align with a goal we are working on, or things that support what we are focusing on that we deem important to us. Our R.A.S. can tell us where to turn, who to talk to, and where to spend our time and energy, if we are paying attention to it.......
Category: Embracing Change Oct 1, 2019
 
Low-Sodium Fast Food Nutritional Options 'PASS on the SALT'
Finding any fast foods that are low sodium is nearly impossible and not recommended on a regular basis. However, if you are caught on a road trip like us…. here are some suggestions, Low-sodium Fast Food Nutritional Charts and information.... by Maria O'Farrell Carr
Category: Pass On the Salt Oct 1, 2019
 

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What is Herbalism? Klaus Ferlow
Many people in North America might not be familiar what herbalism is all about and I would like to inform you about the history of herbs and why it is very important for your health and well being.....
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How to Manage Dry Skin OK In Health's Articles
Did you know that the most common cause of itching is dry skin? Here are some ways to deal with this condition:
Category: Natural Beauty Sep 1, 2019
 
Elementals – the Nature Spirits of Earth Monika Muranyi
The Earth is more alive than you think. In the deepest parts of the oceans, there is life. In the depths of the Earth, where volcanoes are born, there is life. Even the air we breathe has the attribute of life. The universe is just teeming with life, and some day it will be seen by scientists. Some of them are already starting to see it, and they are talking about physics with an attitude, and intelligent design.
Category: Kryon Sep 1, 2019
 

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Dealing with Occupational Stress Carole Fawcett
People have migraine headaches on Sunday night and that the rate of heart attacks and heart attack-like symptoms are very high in the early hours of Mondays. The rising stress in workplaces is a problem, but there are some easy, simple methods to combat it.
Category: A Mindful Connection Sep 1, 2019
 
Are You Struggling with These 5 Challenges to Open Your Intuition?
Here are some of the common challenges many people face when wanting to become more intuitive...
Category: Favourite Picks Sep 1, 2019
 
Summer Fruits and Vegetables in Season Nature and Wildlife Articles
Fresh fruits and veggies come packed with vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals. There's nothing healthier than fresh fruits and vegetables. You can get these at your local supermarket, or from the proliferation of summertime roadside stands. Here are the dates for the more popular summer fruits and vegetables...
Category: Miscellaneous Sep 1, 2019
 

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Table Salt Versus Sea Salt Versus Crystal Salt Sandra Butler
Why you should be concerned about using table salt? What is the difference between table salt versus sea salt versus himalayan crystal salt? Are you “worth your salt” or are you “the salt of the earth”? Salt is really an important and necessary part of our daily lives. I invite you to think about it seriously and treat it with respect...
Category: Raw Food Column Sep 1, 2019
 
Ancient Pyramids Were High Frequency Power Stations
The Great Pyramids of Giza harness the very sound waves from the inner core of the earth. Humans cannot hear the frequencies from the Earth but sound waves are emanating from the Earth. This article caught my eye as Great Pyramids of Giza is on the leyline with Ireland's Newgrange Tour and other sacred sites we visit on Maria's Ireland Sacred Tours.
Category: Maria's Celtic Corner Aug 1, 2019
 
Prevent unnecessary medical care — by asking your doctor these 4 questions first OK In Health's Articles
By raising questions and taking on a more active role in decision making, patients can do their part to avoid needless medications, tests, treatments or procedures, says neurosurgeon Christer Mjåset...
Category: Miscellaneous Aug 1, 2019
 

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Pain – Physical and Emotional Kathie Straker, CBP
Most of our pain is psychologically created. About 85% of our pain has an emotional component. Our emotions come from our deep subconscious. Emotions can be pathological and natural. Our diseases, illnesses and pain are derived from our perceptions.
Category: Body In Tune Aug 1, 2019
 
Scientists Say That Travelling Makes Us Much Happier Than Any Material Wealth Maria O'Farrell Carr
Dr. Gilovich says, your experience is a bigger part of yourself than your material goods. You may actually like your purchases and you may even go to the extent of thinking that a part of you is connected to that stuff; however, they are separate from your identity. On the other hand, your travel experiences are part of who you are. Your richest and most cherished memories are....
Category: Maria's Celtic Corner Aug 1, 2019
 
A Love for Lavender Michelle Cubin, Vancouver, BC
Lavender, mostly known for its beautiful relaxing scent, often seen in sachets and spas, is so much more that a pretty smell. This purple scented flower, native to the Mediterranean, has countless unknown healing properties.
Category: Glorious Garden Gems Jul 1, 2019
 

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The Celtic Tree of Life and Symbolism Miscellaneous
It’s not readily known but Ireland as well as Scotland used to be densely covered in trees. Trees were an incredibly important aspect of nature and life to the ancient Celts. The trees being the tallest living thing around, it’s easy to envision a past where they were revered. Trees provided shelter, food, warmth and cooking capabilities through fire wood along with acting as a home to many animals. It’s thought that when a tribe cleared a piece of land for settlement, they would leave a great tree in the middle known as the “Crann Na Beatha”...
Category: Maria's Celtic Corner Jul 1, 2019
 
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De-Stressing with Nature
Nature can be one of the best stress relievers. It soothes the soul to hear the sounds of nature. By changing our focus from things that stress us, to the sounds and sights of nature, we will help to break the stress cycle in our body. We will be giving our mind and body a priceless gift...
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Description: Gazpacho is a cold Spanish tomato-based raw vegetable soup, originating in the southern region of Andalusia. Gazpacho is widely consumed throughout Spain, neighboring Portugal (where it is known as gazpacho) and parts of Latin America. Gazpacho is mostly consumed during the summer months, due to its refreshing qualities.
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