Adrenal Fatigue - the 21st Century Disease Caroline Sutherland
If your doctor says you are suffering from adrenal fatigue – you probably are. People are burned out from their jobs, their kids and life in general. This is the nature of the world we live in!....
Category: The Body Knows Jan 1, 2015
 
Fight infection and boost the immune system with a healthy diet OK In Health's Articles
Two recent studies support the increasing fruit and vegetable consumption to boost the immune system. In one study, older adults aged 65 to 85 who increased fruit and vegetable consumption to at least five servings a day showed a significantly greater response to a pneumonia vaccine compared to those in a control group and...
Category: Nutrition Jan 1, 2015
 
Yoga Pose of The Month Fitness Pose
Step by step on how to do the dolphin pose. Come onto the floor on your hands and knees. Set your knees directly below your hips and your forearms on the floor with your shoulders directly above your wrists. Firmly press...
Category: Yoga Pose of The Month Jan 1, 2015
 

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EarthStar Wheel: Vortices, Leylines in the Okanagan Maria O'Farrell Carr
Vortices appear to be points of power or energy on the Earth or “Earth Chakras”, and ley lines are the relationships between those points. An analogy might be that the vortices are accupressure points. and the ley lines between them are meridians on the skin of the body of Mother Earth. I grew up in Ireland and now live in the Okanagan, in BC. The Lake Okanagan is one of the points on the Earth Energy wheel map. The Okanagan lake and lake Louise are both...
Category: Maria Jan 1, 2015
 
Embracing the New Year! Lyndsay Blais
Capitalize on the energy of the New Year with fresh commitments to yourself and your goals. If you have found it difficult to keep on track with your goals in the past, take a new look at what you would like to create for yourself in 2010.
Category: Embracing Change Jan 1, 2015
 
Feed Your Cat as Nature Intended Dr. Moira Drosdovech
Although commonly accepted that commercial dry food is an adequate 100% complete balanced diet for cats, I have many concerns with this line of thinking. For one, it is made with a great deal of grain or grain by-products, in most cases well over 40%.
Category: Paws 4 Thot Jan 1, 2015
 

Okanagan Angels and Fairies Expo - 2nd Annual - Penticton
‘Celtic Green Man’ - Oak King and Holly King Maria O'Farrell Carr
Just as Yule marks the leaving of the Holly King, it also marks the birth of the Oak King as the ruler of the year between winter solstice and summer solstice, and then Holly King will return from summer to winter. Both of these Celtic Kings are the essence of the Green Man’s energy and wisdom.
Category: Maria Jan 1, 2015
 
Honouring our Ancestors Monika Muranyi
In many places across the world, ancestor acknowledgment is an integral part of social and religious life. Nearly every indigenous culture honors their ancestors, and ancestral spirits are a part of everything that they do. They give great honor to their deceased forebears, the same as the grandmothers and grandfathers did before them. They understand that their ancestors have a vast wealth of wisdom and knowledge, available to us in the moment that we choose to ask.
Category: Kryon Jan 1, 2015
 
Kahuna, Uli, and Lemuria Maria O'Farrell Carr
The Kahuna are the shamans and healers Hawai’i. They were the guardians of Huna, the “profound inner knowledge”. In ancient Hawai’i, the Kahuna healed and taught in the spirit and vibration of *Aloha*. the vibration of *Aloha* is spirit manifesting through love. The concept of *Aloha* is being in the presence of spirit. The purpose behind the *Kahuna* teachings is the revelation of...
Category: Maria Jan 1, 2015
 

Johnsons Landing Retreat center - BC retreat - workshops
Is Napping Good for You? OK In Health's Articles
Thinking of taking an afternoon snooze? Here are four research-based benefits of naps, especially helpful in the workplace....
Category: Miscellaneous Jan 1, 2015
 
Organize with a New Perspective Linda Andersson
Does ‘getting organized’ always seem to be on your to do list? Do you often find yourself saying “I really should get rid of some stuff,” but then fail to follow up? Instead of feeling guilty, take a look at these tips to help you get organized from a different perspective and be inspired to create simplicity in your life....
Category: Organizing Help Jan 1, 2015
 
The Importance of Conscious and Subconscious Mind Agreement Shari Montgomery
You’re taking appropriate action and thinking positive thoughts like you know you’re supposed to, so why aren’t things working they way you want? Besides the usual life obstacles and circumstances that are inevitable, perhaps it’s time to also consider what programming is running in the background, sabotaging your efforts....
Category: Empowered Living Jan 1, 2015
 

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What to do after a Session Wayne Still
You have just had a great bodywork session, whether from a Rolfing-Structural Integration practitioner, Reiki, a Massage, Chiropractic treatment or Reflexologist and you want to maximize the benefits you receive. Here are some suggestions that will help you do just that.
  Jan 1, 2015
 
What's Stopping You? Sue Chambers
How many of us procrastinate when it comes to fitness and healthy eating? We all want to be healthy and happy, yet we can't seem to make a committment to ourselves and follow through with our fitness goals.
Category: Coaches Corner Jan 1, 2015
 
Who's Keeping the Canadian Asbestos Industry Alive? Kapil Khatter
The Canadian asbestos industry, it appears, is getting a lot of help from its friends. According to federal government documents obtained through access to information requests, asbestos prices are kept artificially high in order to keep Canada in business. The documents, quoted.....
Category: Environmental Care Jan 1, 2015
 

Ancient Celtic Vibrational Course with Ireland's Jane Donald & Maria O’Farrell Carr
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 Jan 1, 2015
 
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: Maria Dec 1, 2014
 

14 Day Celtic Angel Tour to Ireland with Maria Carr & Cindy Smith
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
 
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
 

Vernon Body and Soul Wellness Fair 2015
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
 
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
 

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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
 
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Wellness Tip
Cross-Training to Avoid Stress Fractures
A stress fracture is a small crack in a bone's outer layer. It can develop when exercise stresses the same bones, ligaments, tendons and muscles over and over again. A good example is your foot striking the ground during jogging. Cross-training (two or more types of exercise during one workout, or two different exercises on different days) can often prevent stress fractures or give them a better chance to heal.


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Wellness Directory
Thermography Clinic Central Okanagan
Specialty: Breast Health & Thermography
Thermography is a non-invasive, radiation-free monitoring of breast health and lymph area - With Debbie Lewis in the Central Okanagan area - Safe and painless - no radiation or compression is used.
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Event
Ancient Celtic Vibrations & Sacred Land Healings ( Cork )
Date: Mar 9, 2015
Location: Ireland
Experience how to increase your vibration/energy with Ireland's Jane Donald & Canadian's Maria O'Farrell Carr - Land Healings, Fairies 101, Sacred Sites & circles 101 & more...
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Article
Strength Comes From The Beauty Within?
Imagine what life will look like after a revolution of compassion, non-judgement and forgiveness. It all begins with a radical new definition of your greatest strengths in the battlefield of life.
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Recipe
Chilled Thai Melon ~ Raw Soup
Category: Raw Foods
Description: Following is an example of eating a chilled raw soup, which will actually create some substantial heat inside your body…made possible by the addition of hot chile sauces.

Honeydew melons have similar nutritional benefits of summer and winter squash. Honeydew melons are low in calories and high in their water content. They provide an excellent source of vitamin C and are also a very good source of potassium, copper, and B vitamins (including thiamine, niacin, B6, and pantothenic acid).

Due to their high water content and combination with potassium, honeydew melons are helpful in maintaining healthy blood pressure levels. They also provide several key nutrients that are particularly beneficial for healthy skin.
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