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14
Apr
2018

NEW MOON – ARIES

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NEW MOON -  the time of each month when the moon is the darkest, meaning that the sun and moon are in the same place in the heavens, in astro terms that would be conjunction. This sun-moon relationship is a natural rhythm of our universe illuminating our nights and affecting the tides - from new moon to full moon. A perfect…

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11
Mar
2018

Nurture Your Self, Your Cells

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We all need time to nurture and take care of ourselves. It could mean a warm bath surrounded by candles and soft music. It could be talking to a close friend Getting a hug Petting your dog. Making a pot of soup Sitting in prayer or contemplation. Or Nurturing could mean taking care of some one else, making them cookies.…

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20
Feb
2018

It’s Elemental

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  • astroelements . elements .

Way back when our ancestors were trying to define creation and what was needed to make life happen, many cultures described life and creation in terms of the elements - air, water, fire and earth.  Of course, our physical world has actual elemental counterparts to the elements - wind, seas, sun and our own planet.  Over time these same elements…

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30
Jan
2018

About Healing

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Healing, what is it actually? First of all, HEALING IS AN INSIDE JOB. We may first look at healing if/when we get diagnosed with a disease or condition. And then we think about fixing our physical parts that have broken down. Then what, is that all there is to healing? Phixing the Physical? Surely not, then everyone would get better…

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18
Jan
2018

LET’S EAT 1

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The other evening while reading Fast Company I had a sort of AHA moment  meaning what did I like reading about or doing?  I love reading about food, cooking, learning about different cultures through their food.  I've been reading cook books since I was a kid.  Food is more than its nutritional value or health benefits or risks.  Though I have taught nutrition…

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01
Jan
2018

Tensegrity Revisited

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  • Buckminster Fuller . Casteneda . Cell biology . consciousness . New thought . shaman . spirit . tensegrity .

The term "tensegrity" was coined by futurist Buckminster Fuller to describe a principal of design.  This principal states that in order for a structure to maintain its integrity, it must balance the forces placed upon it, inside and out.  His famous geodesic dome is a human-made example of tensegrity. Tensional integrity describes structures that are kept stable by  the push-pull,compression and expansion…

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19
Dec
2017

Should you go gluten-free?

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Contrary to what people think going Gluten-free isn't always healthy.  A Gluten-free diet, is it good for you? With all the hype about gluten, consumers have come to believe that going gluten-free will give them more energy, help them lose weight, lose their belly bloat, improve digestive health, and make them better athletic performers. A Gluten-free diet is beneficial if you…

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01
Aug
2017

Awakening

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Why call a program  Awakening to Your Cellular Intelligence? To Awaken:  to cease sleeping,  to become conscious or aware of something, to arouse from a sleep-like state, to stir up old memories, to make active So what does this mean? For us to awaken is to become aware of our cellular intelligence. Our incredible cellular intelligence is always awake, we…

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01
Jun
2017

The Grape’s Spiritual Purpose?

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Is it possible for the grape to have a spiritual purpose that impacts human life? In his best-selling book The Botany of Desire, Michael Pollan lyrically describes relationships between humans and plants, from the plant’s point of view. Pollan posits that plants have a purpose; that the purpose of the apple, tulip, potato and marijuana is to fulfill human desires…

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12
May
2017

Letting go of pain

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I have never read a book twice but this time I knew I had to. I had been dealing with relentless back pain for a few weeks. The book was Norman Doidge’s The Brain’s Way of Healing . Why reread this book? Doidge writes in great detail about the fairly new discovery of brain neuroplasticity - the concept that the brain…

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