Life After A Stroke
What Every Caregiver Should Know
By Nancy Oakes
Caregiving is a voluntary act of love from a person towards a spouse or family member, suffering a type of disability that prevents them from being capable of independent living. Depending on the damage to the brain, and recovery some of us must instantly become banker, housekeeper, nurse, chief cook and bottle washer, while we wait for some…Continue
PUBLISHED OMTimes Magazine May 2015
by Gia Dalton
Do you feel a sense of “knowing” that there is something greater than you, at work in your life? Are you compelled to follow? When you realize that life is expressing itself signs, clues and hints begin to appear everywhere.
When destiny calls your name, you become aware. You are being pulled, towards an invisible, divinely designed destination. Often you feel challenged. Put to a test.
" Of mediumship there re many grades, one of the simplest being the capacity to receive an impression or automatic writing, under peaceful conditions, in an ordinary state; but the whole subject is too large to be treated here." - Oliver Joseph Lodge
There are many different types of mediumship, they are normally classified as mental mediumship and physical mediumship.
Marshall B. Rosenberg, Ph.D., passed from this life on February 7, 2015, but he left us all a legacy of love and peace. As I deeply mourn his passing, I am fully connected to his message of joy and peace and care for one another.
I “found” Marshall by happenstance. My friend and teacher, Elizabeth, suggested that I read Yes…Continue
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By Kathy Custren
A few days ago, a writing notion came to me that I entitled, “It’s Taken This Long.” The idea was to outline our long, shared journey and provide a snapshot of where we stand on a number of areas, such as education, health, energy, and environment. Disheartened, the title changed to, “This is NOT the World We Need.” Things turned rather depressing, since so many of us are all living these realities. It would not be…Continue
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In my own personal experience when a child is given to play something “I would dismantle it after playing with it for some time to see how it works then try to put it all back together. Once, I had dismantled the alarm clock completely then when I could not put it all together and then my father had to take it to the shopkeeper, he was told that that those alarm clocks once dismantled could not be…Continue
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“The Old Man”
And the stranger rode through the rolling desert until he came to another village. He entered the village and walked to the square where a old man was sitting watching all the people as they went about their daily chores. Then all of a sudden a man ran into the square and began swearing and…Continue
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Sacha Inchi seeds or nuts also called Inca Nuts (Plukenetia volubilis) are a relatively new nut that comes from South America. They are great for cardiovascular health, wonderful for good looking hair and skin, great weight loss, mood enhancement, plus they lower cholesterol and they are a powerful anti-inflammatory agent… and they taste great!…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on March 5, 2015 at 12:00pm — No Comments
An empath is an individual who, knowingly or unknowingly, is able to tune into another’s feelings and emotions. Empaths tend to absorb the emotional energy of others. This can cause confusion, the feeling of being out of balance and even affect physical health. When we are unaware that we are feeling another’s emotions as our own, we lose touch with our own authentic feelings.
Empaths tend to be sensitive soul’s who are able to perceive the good in others and their positive…
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By Laura Annan
Nature speaks to us through her movement of…Continue
Added by Laura Annan on March 4, 2015 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Many great parents struggle with their energy levels. Successful careers are as demanding as successful child-rearing. Combine the two, and it’s truly a miracle anyone ever gets out of bed!
In all seriousness, however, you are wholly capable of tapping into energy reserves you didn’t even know you had. It simply requires some strategic changes to your routine.
Changing your habits can change your entire attitude. Here are some ways to tweak your daily…Continue
Gotu Kola has so many great health benefits including being an adaptogen for stress, helps with nervousness, heals the adrenal glands, helps with focus and concentration, it’s a great anti-inflammatory, a memory enhancement agent, panic attacks, great for the liver, kidneys, and dementia… plus so much more.
Dr. Paul Haider -…Continue
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As the stranger rides across the desert he comes across a small area of green where there is water. A place where trees grow and there is a small sod house sitting in the middle of the trees. All of a sudden the door of the house burst open and a man goes flying and lands on his back on the ground. And a woman comes to the door with a broom and yells; Don't tell me that! Get out of here! And she slams the door shut. And…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on March 4, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments
This article seeks to provide a deeper understanding into our automatic fear responses to the dark. The deeper perspective offered here allows us to recognize the opportunity for enhancing our spiritual relations through the unlimited potential of the dark.
Lightness and darkness remain a revolving presence in our human existence. In this case, the meaning of and relationship with light and dark can be considered from both the…Continue
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What it Takes to Succeed in Today's New
Collabroative Business World
by Contemporary Mystic, Lori Daniel Falk
Succeeding in business has often been viewed as a competitive, numbers-driven game that relies on hard facts, financial analysis and exploitation of…Continue
By William Bezanson
Have you ever noticed how dominant the number 12 is? There are 12 months in a year, 12 signs of the zodiac, 12 inches per foot, 12 people on a jury, 12 grades in most school systems, 12 items in a dozen, and so on.
And there are many other instances of the number 12 that are common in western civilization. Further, there are many remarkable…Continue
“Something in between.”
“A particular form or system of communication.”
“The materials or methods used by an artist.”
You are a what??? One of the most charming aspects of being a ‘medium’ is the responses I get from people when they learn about my ability to hear, feel, and see spirits and comprehend their messages. In my life…Continue
Added by Geoffrey Jowett on March 3, 2015 at 11:30am — No Comments
Here is a great organic kale salad recipe that is sure to please and bring a smile to everyone’s face. This salad is full of nutrients, quick, simple, and really tasty! Taro root is smooth and creamy in texture and has a low glycemic index making it great for those watching their blood sugar… much better than potatoes for blood sugar control. …Continue
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“About to Be Whipped”
And the stranger rode up to another village and got off his camel and walked into the square. Where a man was being tied between two posts and large man holding a whip was getting ready to whip the man until close to death. Then the stranger walk up close to the man about to be…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on March 3, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments
Although we are now into the third day of March, I believe this article can create miracles any time of the year! Traditionally, February conjures up visions of hearts and flowers, love and lovers. And although my first instinctive response was to naturally write about couples in relationship, something (spirit?) urged me to reach further and…Continue