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Master Your Spiritual Destiny by Henry Koster

As a young man, I was somewhat without direction. Yet my life was full. By age 26 I was self-employed, running a business, and married. My wife had two children of her own and, within a few years, we had two more boys. While family and business life were rewarding, something in me was unsatisfied, unfulfilled. Looking without for deeper life meaning seemed destined to fail. I was raised a Catholic, had ente ...

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Holistic Business Profile: Interview with Leanda Weynton

Vanessa: What inspired you to become an intuitive healer, naturopath and yoga teacher? Leanda: At a young age I was confronted with my own health concerns and the only option I was given was invasive surgery. Thankfully I listened to my intuition and began to self-study and embraced a personal healing journey. There has always been a natural process that kept unfolding for me working as a therapist and heal ...

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Homeopathic remedies for influenza and the common cold by Tim Roberts

It’s that time of year where sickness tends to strike, and, it tends not to discriminate. As adults, we tend to grin and bear it, but it is difficult when we see our children suffering with acute ailments. As classical homoeopaths, we believe that a single remedy given at regular intervals can aid the recovery from acute ailments, however, at times it is difficult to find a homoeopath on call to help, so it ...

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The Crystal Skulls of Old By Richard Giles

Have you had contact with one of the Crystal Skulls of renown? If so you may have been impressed by the detailed carving that's been done by someone, somewhere producing them from hard crystal. The specific hardness of quartz means that a lot of muscle, pressure, sweat and time would have gone into carving that piece with their mirror smooth finishes. Many skulls are either in private collections or in muse ...

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Beauty Shines from the Spirit Within by Tracey Rhodes

You have heard the old saying, ‘true beauty comes from within’ so why is it that some people seem to shine from every pore of their being; radiating a warmth of love that pulsates so brightly that you actually feel their presence, and others do not? These radiant ones have a light pouring from their face, through their eyes, heart and soul. They have a spiritual poise, an inner strength and wisdom that are ...

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Love Therapy: Keys to Realigning Your Self Love by Paul Boulton

Don't you just love a Rom Com? The couple’s eyes meet across the room. A spark of interest is ignited, she emits a slight gasp, could it be true? Could this be it? The scene has just activated the possibility of some long cherished wish being fulfilled. He weaves his way through the crowd and confidently strides over and asks “Hi, can I buy you a drink?” We watch with anticipation as this intimate, private ...

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Girl Power with Kindness By Kim Morrison, pioneer of Twenty8, speaker and writer

It’s not often you get to sit in the front row of one of your greatest health idols, meet her in person, then a year later find yourself speaking on stage alongside of her, only to be asked a few months later to interview her for a magazine cover story! Many hashtags come to mind: #girlcrush #itsadream and #OMGilovelibby! Dr Libby Weaver is one of those women who oozes intelligence, confidence, and knowledg ...

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Don Tolman: The Indiana Jones of Whole Foods by Andrew Dudek

"Please, remember these two ancient laws: first, pleasure is our greatest, highest good! Second, the only evil that exists...is violence against innocence." "Cowboy" Don Tolman. It's another buzzing, packed house at the Brisbane Mercure Hotel. Don Tolman will spend three unrelenting hours delivering and sharing information; again, it will be of stunning magnitude and breathtaking proportions. Inevitably, ev ...

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Don’t mistake my kindness for weakness by Anne Aleckson

There is a widely known quote from the American Gangster Al Capone that says ‘don’t mistake my kindness for weakness. I am kind to everyone but when someone is unkind to me, weak is not what you are going to remember about me’. That is all well and good for the era in which Mr Capone became famous for all the wrong reasons and where revenge in the face of disrespect was common, those days when a man had to ...

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It’s All In The Heart by Renee Shaw

It’s always been about the heart for me. And as I reflect back on a series of major events that have shaped my life, every adversity I’ve waded through has followed a particular theme, the heart, my deeper truth, and purpose. After my father died suddenly when I was just four years old, part of me knew then that the unfolding of something of great significance had been triggered. The autopsy showed the caus ...

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