The Wave brings us Happiness
The Wave is my term for the awakened internal healer. Composed of all of the rhythms of the body, the Wave brings the body into a harmony that helps the body head toward health instead of disease. Learn about how this form of energy healing empowers you.
By Jaentra Green Gardener
Making a difference with Marine Phytoplankton
Utah-Based company making a difference with Marine Phytoplankton
By Carl Munson
The Power of Small Business Branding Through Private Labeling
How can private label products enhance your business? Learn how to create brand loyalty and increase customer satisfaction. Private label brands are an increasing percentage of the marketplace. Don't let your business miss the opportunity!
By Jake Mayer
Do's and Dont's of Feng Shui
Lets keep things as simple as possible. What do you really need to know about feng shui? Well, no more than this list if you have a qualified feng shui consultant to map out the qi in your home. But, this is a good start if you're on your own!
By Monica Hess
Life Coaching is good for your health
Life Coaching is no longer for the rich and famous - it is available to all those who believe they deserve success & fulfillment in their lives.
By Marlon B.Nolan
You are what you don't eat
It looks like a ban on smoking in all English pubs, clubs and restaurants will come into force sometime in the summer of 2007. For someone like me, who grew up with the retrospectively unbelievable experience of smoking on buses, underground trains, aeroplanes and most certainly in pubs, clubs and restaurants, it will seem strange...
By Carl Munson
Qi Gung Therapy
The art of energy medicine as practiced by the skilled masters of the Orient
By Dr. John Brazier
Conflict: A Doorway to Transformation
What is the purpose of conflict? Can it be useful? Most of us would not seek to be in battle with a loved one or even an acquaintance, yet this very battle often presents to us the path to heal those parts of our selves that are most difficult to reach. It is through interpersonal con- flict that we are given an opportunity to look most deeply within our- selvesâ€”and do the work that we are not able to do on our onw.
By Jill Sarah Moscowitz
The Vernal Equinox and New Beginnings
After experiencing the frigid temperatures and snow here on the east coast, I’m looking forward to the arrival of Spring. As the days grow longer, the Vernal Equinox on March 20th marks the first day of Spring. We also refer to this time as the Spring Equinox. In days of olde, the Spring Equinox marked a place in time when seeds would literally be planted and then food would be harvested at the Autumn Equinox on or about September 23rd. Figuratively speaking, we see the arrival of Spring as a fertile time for new beginnings.
By Lorraine Valente
Pesticides - Should We Really Worry?
Are pesticides really a problem? Governments have strict standards that producers must uphold, don't they? Unfortunately the true picture is less reassuring...
By Jane Thurnell-Read