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Self-care secrets by Kim Morrison

Good health and wellbeing doesn’t happen by itself. Sure, there are some people with genetics to die for who seem to be able to eat, drink and do anything they like. But we all know a lack of self-care soon catches up. The reality is good health isn’t just about how you look – it’s about how you feel and most importantly, having awareness. To be healthy these days, it seems you need a degree in psychology, ...

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Rest, Reconnect, Remember by Kate M Foster

My beloved husband and I have just returned from running our annual retreat in the middle of the Pacific Ocean on a beautiful island in Fiji. By some unknown grace may the peace, healing and joy of island time settle into your being as you read these words. The days were gentle, slow and brimming with connection. Island time is a deep exhale, a reset button back to what truly matters. From the moment you wa ...

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An emotional forecast based on your personal life path number by Jules O’Neill

Because it is awesome! It will assist and guide you to walk the path of your heart and higher mind. And where life is about freedom, choice, abundance, growth, love, and gratitude. It’s a life all of us desire for ourselves and each other. It will help you move through and manage times of emotional stress well. Offer you suggestions on how to communicate compassionately, authentically and openly with your ...

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Are you taking on someone else’s illness? by Jane Tredrea

Taking on someone else’s illness is a real thing. As a healer I have personally taken on lots of other people’s physical illnesses. I was recently studying in Sydney and working on a man who had Lyme’s Disease. The consciousness of Lyme’s Disease is ‘nothing works for me’. I went home and the next day had a fever and a virus, I did my usual energetic healing techniques to no avail. So I resorted to taking a ...

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Spring Açai Bowl Recipe by James Duigan

Our cafe in Notting Hill is becoming famous for the açai bowls we serve. Açai is one of the most nutritious fruits in the world. We blend ours with one of the Bodyism supplements to increase the protein content in each bowl and to make it even more delicious. Our açai supplier, ‘Rayder’, is an activist for preventing deforestation in the Amazon and açai is one of the only no-timber products to come from the ...

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Authentically feng shui your home or environment by Daphne Fung

In this age of modern technologies, it is wise to get back to basics in order to understand fully how energies affect us. We all know how good it can be to receive a beautiful session and receive these energies and we can also find ways where the energies in our home or office can contribute to us as well. Fengu Shui is an ageless art form that re-aligns or corrects any energetic imbalances in our surroundi ...

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The many benefits of Ozone saunas by Caroline Carter

The use of a sauna is an important part of any detoxification program. The sauna increases the eliminative, detoxifying and cleansing capacity of the skin by stimulation of the sweat glands and also promotes healthy skin tone and texture due to increased blood circulation. Using an FIR sauna with ozone opens the pores, which allows the ozone through the skin to the bloodstream, where it can travel to the fa ...

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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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