Achieving Happinesss in Five Steps Carole Fawcett
We all enjoy life so much more when we are feeling happy and fulfilled. I believe that we will live longer and stronger if our personal purpose is joy. Happiness is not bought nor is it given. It is something we must reach out for and create in our own lives. It has no monetary value, but the value it does have is priceless. The road to happiness can be taken by starting with the following 5 things:....
Category: A Mindful Connection Dec 1, 2014
 
Archangel Ariel 101 Maria O'Farrell Carr
Each month we will look at one of our Archangels or a Goddess or Ascended Master. The intent is that we discuss and get to know one archangel a month. Over the month, we invite that angel or goddess to come be with us and to guide us in our daily lives. We will look at ways to invite them to work with us, some sample affirmations to use daily, what crystal to use and hopefully give us a chance to get to know each one a little better. This month we will start with Archangel Ariel...
Category: Angels Dec 1, 2014
 
Chicken Soup for the Cold Alexis Costello
Legend has it that chicken soup was first prescribed by a twelfth century doctor named Moses Maimonides as a cold and asthma remedy. Now we have the technology and believe it or not, laboratory tests have concluded that chicken soup actually can help fight a cold.
Category: Happy Holistic Dec 1, 2014
 

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Don’t Let Sleep Slip Away David Dixon
Sleep is a determinant in health, especially in today’s stressful lifestyle. Many practitioners believe that all dis-eases stem from one type of stress or another. Physical stresses can be just as devastating as emotional and when the two are combined it is not surprising that people have difficulty in sleeping. The body is so agitated that it will not slow down and relax enough to allow sleep to arrive…or at least, remain for very long. Once we determine that stress is playing at least a part in our sleeplessness, we can decide which route to take to help alleviate it. Often, people come to me, asking for melatonin. While it can be very beneficial for some people, it is definitely not the substance of choice for others. I’ll explain....
Category: For the Health of It Dec 1, 2014
 
Staying Raw During the Holiday Season Sandra Butler
Staying raw and healthy over the holiday season can be a challenge unless you are prepared to celebrate good health and remain strong in your convictions. New recipes too...
Category: Raw Food Column Dec 1, 2014
 
Embracing the Holidays, the Stress-Free Way! Lyndsay Blais
Card writing, cookie baking, parties, concerts, get-togethers, fundraising, volunteering, shopping, wrapping, traveling – as well intentioned as one may be to start early and plan ahead to avoid the rushing-around-last-minute kind of stress that is often associated with the Christmas season, many people find themselves experiencing holiday stress due to lack of time to fit it all in. And we wonder why we’re stressed!
Category: Embracing Change Dec 1, 2014
 

Spring Festival of Awareness - in Penticton (New Venue)
Expressing Love and Compassion Pamela Shelly
So many of us have deep wounds of our soul that we have brought in with us from many past lives. These core issues often profoundly affect us in this lifetime.
Category: Soul-Full Journeys Dec 1, 2014
 
Feng Shui & Christmas Teresa Hwang
The Christmas celebration happens a few days after the Winter Solstice, when the Water energy is strongest – most Yin time of the year, which is reflected by the cold temperature outside, and the shortest daylight hours during the day. In order to maintain a balance, we would need to activate the Yang energy in the form of lighting and activities.
Category: Feng Shui Gems Dec 1, 2014
 
Gluten Free Holiday Travelling Cathy Lauer
At this time of year many people travel to be with family or friends for holidays or they travel to get away from the long weather. Traveling at this time of year can also be fraught with delays that can put flights behind or cancel them altogether. What can you do to minimize the added stress of needing to eat gluten free when you are stuck while traveling? Here are some suggestions that will make one part of your traveling a little less stressful....
Category: Gluten Free Goodness Dec 1, 2014
 

Our Sacred Okanagan - Move Over Sedona!
Karma and Life Lessons Monika Muranyi
Karma is most often described as the law of moral causation, but what if karma is actually part of a benevolent system designed to help humans move into spiritual evolution? Sound controversial? Yes, but perhaps there is still more for us to understand about the things we think we know.
Category: Kryon Dec 1, 2014
 
Layers of Onions Kerry Palframan, RN
Over the years I’ve kept peeling the onion on my anger and resentment – getting better each time I experience the immensity of these strong emotions; seeing it as an opportunity...
Category: Indigo Dreamer Dec 1, 2014
 
Meet the Intuitive, Creative and Adventurous Deer Lisa Van Reeuwyk
If you are reading this article the concept of all life being connected is not a foreign concept to you. Join me in this article to learn more about spirit animals and guides in your life.
Category: Angels Dec 1, 2014
 

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How to Stay Fit During the Holidays OK In Health's Articles
The holidays are full of parties, food and drinking. It is the time of year when people are too busy to go to the gym, its too dark to go for a run and too cold to want to even go outside. Here are some tips on how you can stay fit during the holidays....
Category: Fitness Dec 1, 2014
 
Thyroid Disease and What You Need To Know Dr. Christiane Northrup
Hyperthyroidism results from the body producing too much thyroid hormone, but far more common is hypothyroidism, the result of not making enough thyroid hormone. Statistics show that one in eight women between the ages of 35 and 65 and one in five women over the age of 65 have some form of thyroid disease.
Category: Favourite Picks Dec 1, 2014
 
Wild Yam - The Natural Herb for Menopause & PMS Klaus Ferlow
In North America, there are an estimated 30-40 million menopausal women and some 20-30 million baby boomer women on the brink of menopause. Mother Nature has provided us with something called Mexican Wild Yam, which has an active phytoestrogen ingredient called "diosgenin", scientifically recognized to balance women's menstrual cycles and reproductive hormones rather than causing extreme changes like the HRT, ERT, MHT does to the body.
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Xmas in the Raw Cleo Murray
Suggestions for "living" Xmas gifts such as Raw "Uncook" Books, special kitchen utensils for the raw foodist, raw recipe and other great gift ideas.
Category: Raw Food Column Dec 1, 2014
 
Aches Can Be Such Pains! David Dixon
You’re not as young as you once were – who is? Now, when you get up – several times during the night, in some cases – for a ‘pit stop’, everything hurts.
Category: To Your Good Health Nov 1, 2014
 
Am I My Mother… or My Father? Maggie Reigh
Have you ever felt like one of your parents has cosmically transmitted themselves from thousands of miles away or perhaps from another dimension, in through the top of your head and out the end of your finger? Ever thought, “Oh my God, I have become my mother/father!”
Category: Parenting Tips Nov 1, 2014
 

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Aromatherapy for Little Ones Alexis Costello
Better sleep, less tantrums, cheering up and calming down with essential oils. Infancy and toddler-hood seem to be a never-ending parade of emotional and mental stresses, both for little ones trying to make sense of a new and confusing environment and for parents trying to behave calmly and rationally on far too little sleep and frayed nerves. Aromatherapy is an ideal way of working with these stresses since it can be...
Category: Parenting Tips Nov 1, 2014
 
Benefits of Millet Flour Cuisine Soleil
Millet flour is in the spotlight! Basic grain in Africa and Asia, millet fits perfectly in your diet. Rich in fibres and minerals, this tasty flour is easy to cook and digest. Another great alternative to gluten!...
Category: Gluten Free Goodness Nov 1, 2014
 
Sunday Lunches in Ireland and Butterflies Maria O'Farrell Carr
As a young woman growing up in Ireland, I used to go down to my Mum’s Cottage every Sunday, even if I was a bit tired from my Saturday night out with friends. I often brought a friend with me to share this these great Sunday lunch. She always had such interesting people that she invited to the table. It was a wonderful gathering of family and friends. I remember one Sunday; there was someone from....
Category: Maria Nov 1, 2014
 

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Angels and Spirit Guides Kerry Palframan, RN
Your Angels and Spirit Guides surround you all through the day and all through the night. You are assigned a guardian at birth that stays with you for this entire life time to help you achieve some of your soul’s purposes. Other Angels and Guides come and go throughout your life helping you with various aspects of your growth, career, health, relationships and endeavours you are undertaking....
Category: Indigo Dreamer Nov 1, 2014
 
3 to 5 Second Meditation Gabriele Gottschlag
As our world seems to speed up, more and more demands press on us; stress, anxiety and often overwhelm are the result. For many a meditative practice is very helpful for combatting these stresses. But not everyone can find the time or just don’t seem to be able to cultivate a meditative practice. For these people the 3 to 5 Second Meditation is ideal. It is a very beneficial practice that is very easy to do.
Category: Intuition Insights Nov 1, 2014
 
Natural Prevention Is Key to Prostate Health Klaus Ferlow
Infection, enlargement and cancer are three common problems that challenge prostate health. According to the Canadian Cancer Society prostate cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in Canadian men and it accounts for almost one in four cancer diagnoses.
Category: Supplementation Nov 1, 2014
 

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Prostate cancer is the most pervasive form of cancer in Canadian men. The disease occurs when normal cells in the prostate lose control of growth and division and being to multiply rapidly. Cancerous prostate cells are invasive, meaning they are able to spread to other areas in the body outside of the prostate. Not all prostate cancer grows quickly and many men will live with prostate cancer for a number of years without it having an impact on their lives or overall health.
Category: What is ….? Nov 1, 2014
 
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Nut Nutrition
Nuts are a good source of protein, fiber, and beneficial fats. Almonds, walnuts, peanuts, and peanut butter are rich sources of heart healthy monounsaturated fats which lower LDL (bad) cholesterol when substituted for saturated fat. Walnuts also contain omega 3 fatty acids which help prevent inflammation, reduce blood clot formation, lower triglycerides. Nuts are a calorie dense food so keep portion size is mind. Consider sprinkling nuts on salads, adding them to whole grain side dishes, or using as a topping for a yogurt/fruit parfait.


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Wind In The Willow
Specialty: Art Therapy
Cindi Tomochko is a BA./DVATI. Certified Art Therapist and Dru Yoga Instructor and offers classes at the Wind In The Willow Studios in Penticton.
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PSYCH-K Workshop - Get Ready to Resolve Your Resolutions!
Date: Jan 10, 2015
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
" PSYCH-K is a set of simple, self-empowering processes to change the beliefs and perceptions that impact your life at a cellular level." Dr. Bruce H. Lipton, author of The Biology of Belief
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Article
Flush It Out For Summer
Learn how to eat, drink and clean your way to a detoxified and healthier you!! There are many affordable and easy changes you can make to your eating & cleaning routines to flush out your system and home. Summer is the perfect season to reap the benefits of mother nature’s bounty.
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Recipe
Healthy Red Potato Salad
Category: Salads
Description: This salad will be very satisfying with a green salad with a few raw vegies and perhaps a little feta cheese and light dressing. Red Potato salads are delicious especially during the summer and there is an endless variety of tastes when you try different herbs and vegetables.

Red potatoes are perfectly healthy, as long as you don't spoil them by adding unhealthy condiments, such as sour cream. Did you know that red potatoes are lower glycemic because it has resistant starch. Red potatoes are higher in nutrients than other potatoes. Resistant starch occurs when some complex carbohydrates, like rice and potatoes are cooked and then chilled. It is starch that "resists" digestion enough to make it slow burning so it keeps your blood sugar level. Your appetite suppressing hormone rises and you stay fuller longer which makes it a great midday meal or part of a main meal.
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