Hauntings versus Dark Entities Monika Muranyi
Hauntings, often described as ghosts, is a topic that has fascinated humans for thousands of years. Add dark entities to the mix and you end up with a melting pot of supernatural or paranormal activities that are mysterious, frightening and unexplainable. However, all of life is made up of energy, so understanding these multi-dimensional energies will unlock the secrets to these mysteries.
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Spring Cleansing and Detoxifying Klaus Ferlow
Detoxifying medicine is an ancient concept that appears as part of many healthcare systems around the world. As a treatment detoxifying and cleansing your system is more important today than ever before.
  Apr 1, 2018
 
Irish Guide to Passage Tombs and Brú na Bóinne Maria O'Farrell Carr
The last phase of the passage-tomb tradition in Ireland is represented by the complex known as Brú na Bóinne, which means the ‘palace’ or ‘mansion’ of the Boyne. The complex which is situated within a large bend on the River Boyne in County Meath, contains one of the world’s most important prehistoric landscapes. Dominated by the three well-known huge....
Category: Maria's Celtic Corner Mar 1, 2018
 

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Honouring our Ancestors Monika Muranyi
In many places across the world, ancestor acknowledgment is an integral part of social and religious life. Nearly every indigenous culture honors their ancestors, and ancestral spirits are a part of everything that they do. They give great honor to their deceased forebears, the same as the grandmothers and grandfathers did before them. They understand that their ancestors have a vast wealth of wisdom and knowledge, available to us in the moment that we choose to ask.
Category: Kryon Mar 1, 2018
 
How to Eat the Healthiest and Sustainable Fish Lindsay Coulter
Studies show that salmon contain small protein molecules called "bioactive peptides" that may provide support for cartilage, insulin effectiveness, and control of inflammation in the digestive tract. They also provide one of the highest amounts of vitamin D—a nutrient not naturally abundant in a lot of whole foods, as well as selenium, a common deficiency in our corner of the world in part from soil depletion due to high rainfall....
  Mar 1, 2018
 
Devil's Claw: Your Best Friend for Arthritic Pain Klaus Ferlow
Devil's Claw has been used by arthritis sufferer with no side effect. It also helps to eliminate the swelling and stiffness of inflamed joints and muscles and it offers some anti-fungal action.
  Feb 1, 2018
 

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Irish Guide to the Megalithic Wedge Tombs Maria O'Farrell Carr
The last phase of megalithic tomb building in Ireland is represented by Wedge Tombs. These are the most common type of megalithic ‘tomb’ found in Ireland with more than 500 known examples, mainly from the
Category: Maria's Celtic Corner Feb 1, 2018
 
Karma and Life Lessons Monika Muranyi
Karma is most often described as the law of moral causation, but what if karma is actually part of a benevolent system designed to help humans move into spiritual evolution? Sound controversial? Yes, but perhaps there is still more for us to understand about the things we think we know.
Category: Kryon Feb 1, 2018
 
6 Tips for New Gym Members
With the a new year comes new goals for many of us, and working out more was #3 on our list of most common New Year’s resolutions. One popular solution to working out more is to sign up for a gym, but we’ve likely all heard how gym memberships rise at the start of the year, then quickly drop off throughout January. If you’re interested in joining a gym this month (or you’re trying to make the most out of your new membership), here are some tips to help you keep it up all year long.
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Your Most Common Excuses for Skipping the Gym—Busted! Miscellaneous
IHRSA has conducted extensive research to determine why people stop going to the gym. The following are four of the most common excuses, plus research-backed reasons why they’re bunk.
Category: Fitness Jan 1, 2018
 
Indoor Plants and Your Health Miscellaneous
When you add indoor plants to your home's interior, you add greenery as well as living organisms that provide health benefits. A number of studies have found an association between houseplants and a range of positive psychological and physiological benefits.
Category: Health News Jan 1, 2018
 
How To Avoid Heart Problems Klaus Ferlow
Cardiovascular disease is the leading health problem in the Western world. It is the number one cause of death in the United States, claiming more than over 1 million lives annually. Heart disease can be prevented even if there is a strong tendency for heart problems in the family.
  Jan 1, 2018
 

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Guide to the Irish Megaliths Stone Circles Maria O'Farrell Carr
There are over 250 stone circles scattered across Ireland, often located in spectacularly beautiful locations. There are indications that stone circles have their origin in the Neolithic (c. 4000-2400 BC) though they are primarily a Bronze Age ritual monument (c. 2400-500 BC). Most Irish circles are believed to have been
Category: Maria's Celtic Corner Jan 1, 2018
 
Living Gluten Free on a Budget Cathy Lauer
You have been on your gluten free diet for a while now and you are feeling so much better you cannot believe you didn’t change your diet years ago. It’s such a simple fix. You also notice that your grocery budget doesn’t go as far as it used to. Living gluten free can take a big bite out of your budget but there are ways of making that budget go further if you know where to shop and what to look for...
Category: Gluten Free Goodness Jan 1, 2018
 
Starting and Maintaining an Exercise Program Miscellaneous
You can increase your chance of success by making a plan that is specific, achievable and realistic. Writing down your goals and recording your accomplishments may be a way to motivate you. A study published in the British Journal of Health Psychology measured how often people exercised in a two-week time frame. Those who were in the group that....
Category: Exercise Jan 1, 2018
 

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New Year, New You - Behaviour Change Tips OK In Health's Articles
The new year is often seen as a time of renewal. The practice of making resolutions dates back to the time of ancient Babylonians. While many people make resolutions, only 10 percent of people are able to sustain a change after a few months. Why are the majority unsuccessful? One pitfall is setting up too many resolutions. People also fail because of what is called the false hope syndrome which means they have...
Category: Health News Jan 1, 2018
 
Irish legend of Tir na nOg Maria O'Farrell Carr
Tir na nOg (or ‘land of the young’) is an otherworldly realm in Irish mythology whose inhabitants are gifted with everlasting youth, beauty, health and happiness. It was said to be the home of the Tuath De Dannan, the ancient gods, as well as the fairies, and forbidden from mortal humans. The only way a mortal man or woman could enter the land was by...
Category: Maria's Celtic Corner Jan 1, 2018
 
What is the Human Akash? Monika Muranyi
The Human Akash is complicated and often misunderstood. The premise is that the many attributes of our past lives are carried over into the current life in that mysterious energy called, The Akashic Record. Often, specific past-life experiences seem to be etched into our cellular structure and continue to effect us today. Do these residuals carry over and affect where we live and how we make decisions? The answer is yes, and the many life-changing potentials are profound.
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Help Children to “BE THEIR BEST”
Bodysentials has been developing products for more than a decade that help focus, strength and endurance in youth and children. GP4.0 youth nutritional products have been developed and are produced in British Columbia. Two different drink formats, one before school and another one after school...
Category: Parenting Tips Dec 1, 2017
 
“How many Guardian Angels do most people have?” Cindy Smith
For the month of September I was guided to write about our Angels. September 8, 2012 is International Angel Day!! Doreen Virtue created IAD several years ago. Her goal being that Angel Practitioners around the world would hold an event on IAD to acknowledge and celebrate our Angels. This year will be my fifth. Students and clients ask me many questions about Guardian Angels. Here are some examples to help explain what Guardian Angels mean to me.
Category: Angels Dec 1, 2017
 
Coconut Oil - A Good Choice?
Coconut oil has gained popularity as a healthful choice with the public. A recent survey in the New York Times found that 72% of North Americans believe coconut oil was a “healthy food,” compared to only 37% of nutritionists. So What is coconut oil?
Category: Health News Dec 1, 2017
 

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Cold & Flu Busters: The Natural Approach, Part Two Klaus Ferlow
A number of herbs can be used to prevent and treat cold & flu. A continuation of Cold & Flu Busters: The Natural Approach.
  Dec 1, 2017
 
Grief During the Holiday Season
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CHMA) points out that it is easy to feel overwhelmed during the holiday season. Even when things are going well, the holiday season can be stressful. Having experienced a loss can make the holiday season that much more stressful. Loss can come in many forms e.g., death, divorce or estrangement. If you are dealing with the loss of someone close, the season can magnify these feelings. Unfortunately, society does not deal well with grief and sadness. Most people don't know what to do when someone has experienced a loss and may avoid them because of this. If you are dealing with loss during the holiday season, the CMHA suggests that you...
Category: Health News Dec 1, 2017
 
7 Ways to Keep Calm During the Hectic Holiday Season
Here we go: we’re at the top of the roller coaster about to plummet straight into the hustle and bustle of holiday season! Some years it feels like Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s aren’t so much festive celebrations as anxiety-inducing events I have to white-knuckle my way through. So how did the season of gratitude and love become rife with stress and panic? For me, social pressure and my own unnecessarily high standards resulted in way too much...
Category: Fitness Dec 1, 2017
 

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Who were the First People to Settle in Ireland? Maria O'Farrell Carr
According to the Lebor Gabála Érenn (The Book of Invasions), the first people to settle in Ireland were led by a woman named Cessair. The granddaughter of the biblical character Noah, it is said Cessair, her followers and her father Bith were denied admission to the Ark. Cessair then made an...
Category: Maria's Celtic Corner Dec 1, 2017
 
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Fast Food
Did you know that a plain fast food hamburger may be a better nutritional bet than a chicken sandwich? One plain patty, with bun but no cheese, provides about 260 calories and 9 grams of fat. A fried chicken sandwich has almost 500 calories and 23 grams of fat! When dining out, consider opting for plain items, such as burgers. Hold the cheese and sauces, or opt for grilled (not fried) chicken sandwiches with mustard instead of a rich sauce or mayo.


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Carly Penfold, Certified Shiatsu & Reiki Practitioner, Certified Angel Tarot Card Reader
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Holistic Market & Psychic Fair
Date: May 27, 2018
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
The Holistic Market brings together healing arts practitioners, artists, holistic vendors & speakers in Kelowna every month. Market dates are Sundays 11-4
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Spring Cleansing and Detoxifying
Detoxifying medicine is an ancient concept that appears as part of many healthcare systems around the world. As a treatment detoxifying and cleansing your system is more important today than ever before.
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Raisin Crunch Cookie Mix in a Jar
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Description: Christmas is about giving, and what better way than to give someone something that you put your thought, time and handmade touch into. Here are some great small gift ideas that can go a long way. In some recipes, the ingredients are all layered in a clear glass jar so that each layer is distinct, giving it the look of "sand art." If you're going for this layered look, the ingredients need to have different colors and textures. A sugar cookie mix made with white sugar and white flour is not going to show up well as layers
Packing 'em In. Most of the cookie and brownie varieties of mix-in-a-jar recipes will fit into a 1-quart or 1-liter wide-mouth canning jar, as long as you pack the ingredients in as tightly as possible.
• After placing one ingredient in the jar, press it down with a utensil with a fairly wide flat bottom (a long-handled tart tamper works especially well). Do this after each ingredient, especially after adding things like brown sugar, flour, oats, nuts, confectioners' sugar, cocoa powder, shredded coconut, and dried fruits. • White sugar will seep down into layered items like colored candies, chocolate chips, nuts, etc. It's better to put white sugar below these ingredients. • All-purpose flour and confectioners' sugar also have the same seeping problem, so put them on the bottom, too. • The layers will stand out most if you pack the highly contrasting items next to each other.
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