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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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What is the Heart Shift? By Elena Burton

In our modern society we think that the brain is the most important part of the body. How intelligent a person is, usually determines how much money he/she makes, and how society values him/her. We have forgotten the value of the heart. In ancient Egypt, when Pharaohs died, their bodies were mummified. They removed their organs and placed them in four clay vessels, with the exception of the heart, genitals ...

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“When the student is ready the teacher appears” By Maureen Owen

In 2013 I came to experience the power of this proverb first-hand when I found myself facing a new chapter in my life, wanting to embrace all the opportunities that lay ahead but confronted by crippling fears and self-doubt. I knew I needed to do something to support myself or I would end up hiding parts of myself for fear of rejection and ultimately sabotaging my efforts. Around this time, I came across a ...

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WHAT MOTIVATES YOU TO KEEP MOVING? By Dr Carmen

To inspire and be inspired by the capacity of the human body! That's what drives me as a chiropractor and as a person who is intrigued daily by the human body. I am a firm believer that we are stronger than we know and more capable than we could ever imagine. It's debatable if it's a good thing or not, however my personal and professional worlds are my combined passions. As well as being a wellness chiropra ...

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Kids, Gastro and Homoeopathy by Tim Roberts

Homeopathic medicines can complement the management of many disturbances of the gastrointestinal tract, ranging from diarrhoea and vomiting in children (and adults) to colitis and Crohn’s disease. The philosophical theory of homoeopathy is that it works by stimulating the body’s natural immunity and defences to re-establish equilibrium within the body. Imagine your health is like a still pool. When you have ...

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What are the benefits of remembering our past? by Lynette King

Past Life memories are the autobiography of your eternal soul. You were born a rich soul both with the wisdom and scars from many lifetimes. Everything you’ve ever been, said or done is recorded in your soul. Past Life Regression Therapy is a technique for accessing and re-experiencing your Past Lives directly. Our conscious mind is only 10% of the mind and is used for remembering recent things and for anal ...

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The International Institute of Complementary Therapists (IICT) story

Interview with Lawrence Ellyard, CEO and founder of IICT Holistic Bliss: How did IICT begin? Lawrence: Like many things, necessity is the mother of all invention, and so it was with the IICT. In 1996 I founded the International Institute for Reiki Training. At this time we had several practitioners ready to practice so I was seeking to provide professional membership for our therapists and access to insuran ...

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Inner Fulfillment by Tony Collins

I’m often asked by people what prompted me to become a past life regression therapist?! Like many western people interested in reincarnation, I was first introduced to past lives by reading Dr Brian Weiss’s work, a series of books that had pride of place in my backpack whilst travelling in the 90’s. I already had a strong interest in mind, body and spirit methods, but there was something about the prospect ...

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