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Anatomy for the Healing Arts - Level 1 with Joan Moffet


Wellness Tip
Potassium
Potassium is essential for many reasons. These include blood pressure regulation and normal heart function. However, too much as well as too little can cause problems. Thus the National Institutes of Health recommend getting potassium from food, avoiding supplements except at your doctor's direction. Good food-based sources include bananas, yogurt, spinach, lentils, raisins, and acorn squash.


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


Wellness Directory
Awaken Enchantment
Specialty: Psychics & Mediums
Allyson Giles is an Author, Angel Therapist® and Certified Medium.
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Anatomy for the Healing Arts - Level 1 with Joan Moffet


Event
Reiki Levels 1 & 2 Training
Date: Oct 25, 2014
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
Reiki is an ancient energetic healing art that can be learned & practiced by anyone. In Reiki Levels 1&2 we learn to work on ourselves, how to send distant healing, and work with others.
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Anatomy for the Healing Arts - Level 1 with Joan Moffet


Article
Ten Steps to a Healthy Father's Day
Forget the tie or the power tool, the best way to tell your dad you love him this Father's Day is to give him a gift that will help him live a long, healthy and happy life. While making an appointment to get his prostate checked may be a wee bit too clinical (and controversial) for Father's Day, and giving him the grandchildren he's been begging for may not be in the cards, there are loads of great ways to give the gift of health to the dad in your life.
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Celebration Centre and Metaphysical Society – Penticton, BC


Recipe
Raisin Crunch Cookie Mix in a Jar
Category: Holiday Recipes
Description: Christmas is about giving, and what better way than to give someone something that you put your thought, time and handmade touch into. Here are some great small gift ideas that can go a long way. In some recipes, the ingredients are all layered in a clear glass jar so that each layer is distinct, giving it the look of "sand art." If you're going for this layered look, the ingredients need to have different colors and textures. A sugar cookie mix made with white sugar and white flour is not going to show up well as layers
Packing 'em In. Most of the cookie and brownie varieties of mix-in-a-jar recipes will fit into a 1-quart or 1-liter wide-mouth canning jar, as long as you pack the ingredients in as tightly as possible.
• After placing one ingredient in the jar, press it down with a utensil with a fairly wide flat bottom (a long-handled tart tamper works especially well). Do this after each ingredient, especially after adding things like brown sugar, flour, oats, nuts, confectioners' sugar, cocoa powder, shredded coconut, and dried fruits. • White sugar will seep down into layered items like colored candies, chocolate chips, nuts, etc. It's better to put white sugar below these ingredients. • All-purpose flour and confectioners' sugar also have the same seeping problem, so put them on the bottom, too. • The layers will stand out most if you pack the highly contrasting items next to each other.
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14 Day Celtic Angel Tour to Ireland with Maria Carr & Cindy Smith