Holistic Approach to Wellness Shari Montgomery
The link between mind, body and emotions can no longer be denied, and it’s critical to consider this three-fold approach for wellness and living your best life. Modern life can prove challenging for achieving and maintaining a state of balance and feeling our best.
Category: Empowered Living Feb 1, 2016
 
Caring for your Skin during Pregnancy Deanna Klan
We all know that with pregnancy women are supposed to glow, but what if your skin just doesn't seem to be aware of this? Spots, marks and many changes can be part and parcel of being "in the family way" so here's what to do about it.
Category: Natural Beauty Feb 1, 2016
 
More Winter in the Raw Cleo Murray
How and why to stick to your raw food diet in the cold Canadian winter including a recipe guaranteed to stoke your furnace. I recognize that it’s one thing to be a raw foodist in Hawaii, but eating raw food here in the Canadian cold climate in the winter is a completely different story...
Category: Raw Food Column Feb 1, 2016
 

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Eating in Season Alexis Costello
The term “seasonal eating” is sometimes tossed around these days in diet books and even on menus. The idea is that, for optimal health, we need to eat the foods that are available locally at each time of year.
Category: Happy Holistic Feb 1, 2016
 
Food and Energy Raina Dawn Lutz
A short look into the energy fields of food and its imparting on the consumer, including a simple directional recipe for creating science-art in your kitchen...
Category: Real Food Feb 1, 2016
 
Hawthorn (Crataegus laevigata) – Herb for the Heart Klaus Ferlow
From ancient Greeks and Chinese to Native Americans and 19th century folk physicians, hawthorn has been amost universally regarded as a heart tonic. Herbalists regard hawthorn as the most important of all cardiovascular remedies, with the protective action on the heart and its function because hawthorn flowers, leaves and fruit hold benefits for the heart...
Category: Health News Feb 1, 2016
 

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Holistic Pet Health Care in Brief Dr. Moira Drosdovech
There are many modalities in the realm of holistic health care for pets and this article will not go into any one of them in detail. The purpose of this article is to introduce you to a paradigm shift in the way you view your pet’s overall care and to encourage you to do your own research to discover what might be best for your pet.
Category: Paws 4 Thot Feb 1, 2016
 
Life is Where I Put My Attention Maggie Reigh
If we want to change our life, to improve our relationship with our child or anyone else, all we have to do is shift our attention. Shifting attention means changing deeply engrained patterns of thought and behavior.
Category: Parenting Tips Feb 1, 2016
 
St. Bridgit and her Sacred Cross Maria O'Farrell Carr
There is the Celtic Goddess Bridget and the Saint Bridget which some believe to be the same. Saint Bridget was born on February 1st 450 and died on February 1st 525. In every home in Ireland you will find a St. Bridget's cross hung by the door...
Category: Angels Feb 1, 2016
 

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The Hill of Tara / Atlantis / Tuatha Dé Danann Maria O'Farrell Carr
The Hill of Tara, Stone of Destiny, Kingdom of Atlantis and the Tuatha Dé Danann's land is all the one place and this is all discussed in the article. This was and is a sacred place of dwelling for the gods, and was the entrance to the otherworld.
Category: Maria's Celtic Corner Feb 1, 2016
 
The Human Heart Monika Muranyi
Science describes the human heart as a muscular organ that pumps blood through our bodies, but it’s role is so much more. Recent studies have found that the heart generates the largest electromagnetic field in the body, surpassing the brain. The heart holds the key between connecting our brain, our consciousness, our intuition and our soul through the most powerful force in the universe – the power of love!
Category: Kryon Feb 1, 2016
 
Understanding Messages from Spirit Kerry Palframan, RN
Spirit speaks to us all during the day and all during the night. But the communication is symbolic in nature and not readily understood by many people today. This was not always so, and ancient culture and civilizations taught their communities how to understand this forgotten language of the Universe called symbolism.....
Category: Indigo Dreamer Feb 1, 2016
 

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Benefits of Buckwheat Flour Cuisine Soleil
Ground on the old stone, this flour can be use for a wide variety of recipes. Greyish in appearance, its color is a proof of its high content in rutin, a flavonoid antioxidant-rich. With its high nutrient content, buckwheat flour is one of the healthiest on the market. Vary your favorite bread, cakes, muffins and biscuits recipes by adding buckwheat flour...
Category: Gluten Free Goodness Jan 1, 2016
 
I’m the Only Celiac in the House Cathy Lauer
Avoiding cross contamination at home - How do I make my kitchen safe enough for me to eat in when I am the only one who is celiac? My family is very respectful but they really don’t understand just how careful they have to be. This is the lament of the newly diagnosed celiac.
Category: Gluten Free Goodness Jan 1, 2016
 
Celtic Wheel Maria O'Farrell Carr
As we start a new year, it is a nice time to take a moment to give thanks for the blessings of the past year. A time to embrace and set the intent for a blessed new year ahead of us. In Eiru we have a wheel. Often called the ‘Wheel of the Sun’ or the Celtic Wheel' this goes back through time immemorial and is often seen carved into our stones within the sacred sites. This wheel connect with the seasons of the year. 1st November beings the first day of the new year. Now a days people celebrate the New Year on January 1st. In the Celtic wheel 1st November beings the first day of the new year...
Category: Maria's Celtic Corner Jan 1, 2016
 

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Drugs verses Nature for the Treatment of Heart Disease - Part Three Dr. Tamara Browne
Although sometimes life-saving and necessary, certain drugs used commonly to treat heart disease may be more risky than you are lead to believe. Natural alternatives by contrast are much safer and carry the added benefit of improving heart and circulatory health. They improve overall health while at the same time preventing heart attacks and stroke (our #1 killers). Recent research has uncovered the negative consequences of regularly consuming certain cardiac medications...
Category: Naturopathic Corner Jan 1, 2016
 
Fair Trade Handicrafts Flavia Aarden-Kilger
You can help handicraft producers in developing countries, Ten Thousand Villages, Shared Earth to name a few, carry a large assortment of fair trade products. Ceramics from Vietnam, costume jewellery from India, silver jewellery from Nepal and Peru, dried orange ornaments from El Salvador. Recycled wood made into beautiful tables, chairs, and other furntiure from Indonesia. And the list goes on.
Category: Fair Trade News Jan 1, 2016
 
Free Meditation Gift from Cindy Smith Cindy Smith
I recently recorded a meditation during one of my webinars and personally loved this one so much I wanted to send a New Year gift to everyone.
Category: Angels Jan 1, 2016
 

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Healthy Tips for Flu Season Dr. Radka Ruzicka
We all know that with the change in seasons comes cooler weather and the possibility of cold or ‘flu. The following are some tips to help get you through the ‘flu season!
  Jan 1, 2016
 
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, 2016
 
How to Avoid Genetically Modified Foods OK In Health's Articles
Genetically modified(GM) foods - are they safe or harmful? While regulatory authorities have approved GM food that is on the market, some people are concerned that there is risk of harm. Most foods we eat may contain ingredients derived from genetically modified organisms (GMOs). If you live in Europe, avoiding GM foods is easier since laws require labeling. In the US and Canada, however, food manufacturers are not required to label if their food is genetically modified or not. Here are some guidelines for steering clear of GM foods in your diet, if that is your choice....
Category: Real Food Jan 1, 2016
 

Celtic Healings Intuitive Readings with Maria O'Farrell Carr
Are You a Lightworker? Doreen Virtue
I believe that each person has a personal mission in life—something that you agreed to learn during this lifetime. It could be patience, forgiveness, compassion, balance, self-care, integrity, and so forth. Everyone is working on a soul-growth lesson. In addition to their personal missions, some individuals agreed to take on “global missions,” which involve...
Category: Angels Jan 1, 2016
 
Provide a Chemical-Free Safe Home for You and Your Family!
Is your home a toxic dump? According to the Canadian Cancer Society and the David Suzuki Foundation, almost one in two Canadians will get cancer at some point in their lifetime. One in two of us! What's going on here? It's time to clean house. Topics include: * Some cleaning products can do more harm than good * The myth of “throw away” convenience * Let's dish on dish soap * “Au naturel” cleaning tips for the bathroom * Static-free and loving it * Mothballs: they smell bad for a reason * Drugs on your lawn: just say no * TAKE ACTION!......
  Jan 1, 2016
 
Signs of Energy Overload Laurie Bartley
A few of the signs of Energy Overload, and one tool to help clear the excess.
Category: Believe Jan 1, 2016
 

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'Spiritual Wisdom' of the Feminine Divine Monika Muranyi
There is a common saying: “If women ran the world, there would never be war.” This comes from the idea that mothers would never send their children to the battlefield. Essentially, this reflects the compassion of mother energy, which embodies the Spiritual Wisdom of the Feminine Divine. This is the new energy that is occurring on the planet, found within the new Human.
Category: Kryon Jan 1, 2016
 
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Diabetes
Are you age 45 or over? If so, consider having your fasting blood sugar checked at least once every 3 years. Diabetes affects over 20 million Americans. Many do not know they have this condition. Lifestyle changes can reduce the risk of diabetes. These changes include increasing physical activity and decreasing body weight. Eating a high fiber and low fat diet can also reduce your risk.


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RAC Certified Reflexology Course
Date: Apr 2, 2016
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This course is taught over three weekends 9-4 each day with a total of 35 hours of in class instruction. The student will be certified by the Reflexology Association of Canada.
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What Do I Make For a Gluten-Free Lunch?
Making adult-friendly gluten free lunches. Lunch for some is brought to work or school in a bag. For others it might be a business lunch at a restaurant or in a boardroom with a catered lunch that likely does not include anything gluten free. Others skip lunch altogether and grab a quick coffee and donut mid afternoon to tide them over until dinner. How do you make the transition to gluten free keeping in mind the varying lunch styles and everyday situations you may be faced with?
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Vegetarian Coconut Chili
Category: Vegetarian Entrees
Description: This chili has just a hint of coconut to add a tasty twist. If you want a stronger coconut flavour simply replace the vegetable stock with coconut milk.
For much of the last few decades, coconut oil got a bad rap in mainstream media. Critics said it was high in cholesterol and fat, and so many people did not include in in their daily diets. But island populations around the world have celebrated the coconut for centuries for its health benefits, using the meat juice, milk and oil the fruit provides in everything from cooking to disease prevention. Modern medicine is now jumping on the bandwagon and releasing its own findings on the health benefits of coconut.
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