Camelina Oil or Camelina Sativa or sometimes known as False Flax, Wild Flax and Gold of Pleasure has been grown for over 3,000 years. It was researched during World War II but was dropped because of other crops being grown. But now there’s new interest in Camelina oil because it’s very healthy… containing lots of Omega 3 oil. And it makes a great cooking oil, plus it’s a good anti-inflammatory agent, it lowers…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 26, 2016 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Our “Real” Investment Return
by Kathy Custren
The words, “Return on Investment,” or ROI for short, have a deep meaning to those in business and who keep track on how “sound” an investment of money or services may be. “What's in it for me,” is another quasi-version of this same sentiment—that we have an expectation of seeing something positive as an end result or bottom line. Return on investment is seen as a tidy, logical,…
Added by Kathy Custren on January 25, 2016 at 2:15pm — No Comments
Jealousy remains a part of human nature but certain human beings by his very temperament remain fully conscious regarding the negative elements of which we all are born .
Such human beings know the value & basic end of their life .Whether one believes or not we all have come out on this earth by bringing the resulting fruits -positive /negative of our previous lives & such trend is also playing the part .
With this it has…Continue
Added by Rohit.M.Parikh on January 25, 2016 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Here are a few ways to start the day with a spiritual connection and have a spiritually fulfilling day. Remember it’s important to start the day with a smile, standing tall, with power in every cell… feeling good about life. Thus we can find peace, contentment, and love for everyone and everything. Thus stress is a thing of the past, and spiritual energy flows like water, percolating though every part of our body.…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 25, 2016 at 11:47am — No Comments
Organic potatoes go back thousands of years and have been raised in the high mountains of Peru and other South American countries for ages, in fact going back over 10,000 years. There are thousands of varieties of potatoes from red potatoes to purple, and everything in between. And now they are grown in just about every country around the world. In fact the lowly potato is the most widely grown root veggie in the…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 25, 2016 at 11:30am — No Comments
Many years ago a psychic/medium came to a nearby residence to help a young woman whose mother had passed on but wouldn’t cross over to the other side. The ghost’s name was Margaret and the psychic/medium told her to go to the “light” and cross over into peacefulness. Well, the ghost made it to the traffic light and apparently decided to take up residence at the pub.
Strange things occur all the time at the pub from objects moving slightly to flying off the bar. People have…Continue
Added by Jamie Pearce on January 25, 2016 at 8:41am — No Comments
I shall die
From emotional turmoil to introspect
To great inner peace,
The road to self-mastery is a powerful
journey that leads to bliss, peace, and…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 24, 2016 at 8:54am — No Comments
Healing isn't restricted to physical discomfort or ailments; healing occurs in our mental and emotional systems, which are often the precursor to whatever physical issues befall us. Even more significant is that our own healing is not restricted to our individual selves; as we heal, we affect all energies that surround us.
Those of us who live with animals and wish for their maximum health and wellness are able to manifest those wishes through spiritual and meditation tools, the…Continue
“Everything can be taken from a man but one last thing: the last of human freedoms – to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.”
–Viktor E. Frankle, Man’s Search for Meaning
During the span of my career as an empowerment coach, I noticed that no matter what kind of challenges that my clients faced, they all had one thing in common. Below the surface of every…Continue
Vibration is one of the most important factors in your quality of life and often the least understood. Yes, everyone talks of “feeling someone else’s vibes” but how often do you think about how your “vibes” affect your life. Your Vibration is controlled through thought and action. With a simple daily practice, you will begin to see how raising your vibrations can change your mental and emotional outlook, thus changing your life.
Your vibrations waft out like the smell of…Continue
Added by Cindy Griffith on January 22, 2016 at 6:18pm — No Comments
Loving an Aries can be a bit like playing with fire: it’s mesmerizing to look at and the warmth makes you want to get oh-so-close, yet if you’re not careful, tender skin burns under the intensity of this fire sign.
Aries keeps us on our toes and requires that we not only have our running shoes but have built up our endurance as well. This is a sign of constant contradiction and fiery passion!
Aries are ruled by the element fire and the planet Mars,…Continue
Taking on other people’s emotions could be the biggest challenge facing highly sensitive people and empaths. We easily feel what other people feel, whether it is a family member we live with, the grocery store clerk, a co-worker, or a stranger. Going through our day to day life requires a certain awareness in order to distinguish between our feelings and others. This ability to recognize what we are taking on allows us to make a conscious choice about what to do…Continue
Added by Nicole Taffs Hollingshead on January 21, 2016 at 6:00pm — No Comments
A Disturbing Spirit on McDuff
The Riverside area is full of beautiful old homes with many assorted stories that could be told. One of these Riverside homes located on McDuff has a particular feature that makes it stand out from many of its neighbors. It's haunted! This particular two story home was built in 1943 and was once owned by the Kohl family.
The Kohl’s lived here for over thirteen years and were told initially that an elderly woman had stabbed her boyfriend in…Continue
While doing research in 2011 for my first book, Historic Haunts Florida,at The Beaches Museum and History Center, I learned the museum was haunted. With other stories taking up my research time, I didn’t include it in the book, but kept the story in the back of my mind and vowed to return to it later.
As I wrapped up research on the stories of my second book Historic Haunts of the South and waited eagerly for its release, I finally found the time to keep my vow…Continue
Added by Dr. Bradley Nelson on January 21, 2016 at 4:26pm — No Comments
Relationships are a bit like a gourmet dish; they take time, commitment and effort.
Each recipe—and likewise each relationship—is a wonderful marriage of many ingredients that sometimes must be handled delicately. Yet I witness first hand through my role as an intuitive relationship coach those who want to know when the relationship will evolve to the next level. I talk with men and women who are upset if a text isn’t responded to in the time they feel it should or in the length they…Continue
Its always exciting to meet someone for the first time and begin to explore the chemistry between you two. There is an abundance of fresh energy and every step, even those into the unknown are filled with the hope of possibility.
While determining whether or not you and a potential mate will be compatible is based on many different facets of personality astrology is a fantastic way of getting to know the person behind the mask. In fact, its one of the first things that I look into…Continue
It is difficult to pick up a magazine or scroll through our social media without seeing a mention of either mindfulness or meditation. Sometimes it can be confusing as the terms seem to be interchangeable. Here is a simple explanation on the ways that they are separate, similar and synchronize together.
We can start with two common myths. Mindfulness is NOT thinking really hard about something, which sounds stressful. Meditation is NOT about shutting down the mind like an off…Continue
I admit I was entirely arrogant at first. I spent my first yoga class judging my ability, flexibility and balance as a means to determine whether I liked it or not. After that first class I thought proudly, that was easier than people make it sound. I didn’t go back again until a year later, the point at which a new tightly-wound roommate drove me so crazy that I found myself looking for excuses to get out of the house.…Continue
Added by Eila Kundrie Carrico on January 20, 2016 at 7:00pm — No Comments