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Hempothecary – from royalty to rock stars – a family history by Stephen Parka

It’s October 21st, 1805 and King George III is the ruling King of England. Napoleon Bonaparte is assembling a fleet for the invasion of England, but the French Fleet is defeated at the Battle of Trafalgar by Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson, 1st Duke of Bronté KB, a British flag officer in the Royal Navy. Did you know one of the most instrumental botanicals of the battle was the humble hemp ...

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Our animal friends are more than just pets!

If you’re male and you own an animal friend, you may be interested to know that your chances of attracting the opposite sex are 30 percent higher than a male who doesn’t! And the news gets better. If you’re male and you actually bought your friend from an animal shelter, then you’re practically assured of never having to spend another lonely night in front of the TV comforted only by beer, pizza and of cour ...

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Dying with dignity by Soraya Saraswati

Dying with dignity, also known as Euthanasia (a less appealing term), is something we only think about when we are personally touched by the suffering of a loved one. I had never thought too much about it until recently when my mother found herself in the final throws of cancer. She was brave, facing her failing body with a clear mind till the last breath. Cancer can be a very cruel disease and watching her ...

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Tuning the body to bliss by Shelley Munn

I sat in the stillness of my newfound resonance, and felt my heart expand until tears rolled down my cheeks. I knew I was feeling my own true resonance that Shelley Munn was guiding me to experience this day. Earlier, I had been sceptical about this one-day workshop. However, surprisingly I learnt my illness came from a family curse through my genetic and ancestral line, apparently common, and a traumatic e ...

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Back to basics with your powerful breath by Raelene Byrne

The first thing we all do instinctively when born is to inhale, and take the first gulp of air which signifies our arrival, our soul has landed, earthed and birthed. We are here, we have inhaled the world into our awareness. The last thing we do before we leave our earthly body is to exhale, and our soul travels with that last breath, there is release, letting go and surrender. From that first moment of bir ...

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The simplicity and potency of care and support

Positive Life Store is delighted to introduce our ‘Cancer Support Program’ which offers free Reiki treatments in store every Thursday to people who have cancer. Treatments are conducted by enthusiastic Reiki practitioners who have been thoroughly trained by Chrissy Cush, Reiki Master and teacher here at the store. Chrissy is highly experienced in her fields of expertise and has previously worked with a non- ...

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Blastocystis: Little bug, big trouble by Joel Grace, Owner, Sunshine Colonics Health & Wellness Centre

I have quite a few people booking in at the moment who have been diagnosed with a condition called Blastocystosis. Never heard of ‘blasto’ before? Not many even know how to pronounce it, let alone understand the detrimental impact this little bug can have on your health. To help shed some light on this common diagnosis, I thought I’d break it down and explain it a little deeper for those of you wondering ex ...

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Spring cleaning your inner life by MURRAY BALL

Information revealed during a ‘Holographic Kinetics’ healing session truly proves what really exists in the invisible world. Clients may have a belief system that we are all alone in this world and yet, when their healing session has finished, they know that their eyes have been opened by their own spirit, no-one else’s. Their own part in their past is revealed. One of my clients was seeking help for a recu ...

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How to let go of possession obsession by Jillian Exton

We live in a world where our focus on convenience and our lack of knowledge or control over the ingredients in our everyday products and services, are impacting our health on many levels. We are overwhelmed by consumerism where we buy all things pre-packaged, pre-assembled and mass-produced; that have a life span of a nano-second; then we repeat this cycle. It is so pleasing to see a movement towards ‘back ...

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Planting the seeds for a great life by Jean Sheehan, Principal – Millennium Education

Many years ago when my 23-year-old son was food shopping with me he said, “Vegetables grow in the supermarket.” That blew me away and got me thinking that unless we show children nature and how things work, they will assume things like this. The next day it was a trip to the nursery to buy vegetable seedlings to plant. The whole process of growing your own food fascinated my son and the best part was that h ...

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