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Natural Healing Remedies for Sugar Addiction

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Natural Healing Remedies for Sugar Addiction

At this time of year, you may feel an overwhelming pressure to eat and drink. Between endless parties, the stress of preparing for family gatherings and the time and financial constraints of shopping for gifts on top of your regular obligations, you may be craving sugar even more strongly than usual. Here are a few highly effective natural healing remedies you can follow to overcome sugar addiction: The 4S and P Program The Bach flower remedy Agrimony An early morning anti-binge remedy  Discover the sweetness of your life The 4S and P...

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Angels in South Africa

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Angels in South Africa

I have the privilege to share with you a series of angel photographs taken by a man named Excellent Mtshali in KwaZulu Natal province in South Africa who lives in a small town called Eshowe. Eshowe is the oldest town of European settlement in Zululand.[citation needed] Eshowe’s name is said to be inspired by the sound of wind blowing through the more than 4 km² of the indigenous Dlinza Forest, the most important and striking feature of the town. According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, “Under the former system of apartheid, or...

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Are You Struggling with These 5 Challenges to Open Your Intuition?

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Are You Struggling with These 5 Challenges to Open Your Intuition?

You may have a deep soul longing to open your intuition. This soul longing comes from a deep-seated desire to be more strongly guided in every aspect of your life. You want to be guided to all that empowers you to be more financially successful, to enjoy deeper, more rewarding intimate relationships, to discover the shortcuts in your career and to listen to your spiritual guides throughout the day so that you know and experience your own spiritual connection. To support you on this journey, I recently created an online program, Unlimited...

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How to Make Friends in Social Media and Succeed in Business

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How to Make Friends in Social Media and Succeed in Business

Many people adopt the “oh, what’s the use” attitude about social media. Author Tim Lewis has just published a new book, Social Media Networking: How to Use Social Media to Get the Job You Want, Find Love, Get Business and Boost Your Travel Experience, to give you the motivation you need to connect with the people who can take your entire life to the next level. I met Tim Lewis at Social Media Marketing World in San Diego in 2017 and was honored to be interviewed on his Begin Self Publishing Podcast . As the author of two...

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3 Natural Healing Remedies for Loneliness

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3 Natural Healing Remedies for Loneliness

“Man shall not live by bread alone.” Matthew 4:4 As a medical intuitive healer, of all the challenges I empower my clients to overcome, perhaps one of the most difficult to tackle is the phenomenon of loneliness. During the course of my medical intuitive readings my heart goes out when I discover the depths of isolation, disconnection, friendlessness, abandonment and alienation. Often these emotions get labeled as depression and treated with antidepressants. Yes, you may be feeling down in the dumps, but are you really depressed...

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Three Sure-Fire Ways to Overcome Victim Thinking

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Three Sure-Fire Ways to Overcome Victim Thinking

Sooner or later in life, something appears to happen to you and your inner victim rears his or her pitiful little head. Wham! Someone runs into your car. Surprise! You’ve lost your job. OMG, someone you  once thought of as a friend has hurt your feelings, stomped your ego flat or spread a nasty rumor about you. Oh, and now you go to the doctor and there’s this diagnosis, this bad test result, it could be quite painful and expensive. Someone took your good stuff, the best years of your life. Everything that matters appears to have...

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A Member of New York’s Police Force Gets His Life Back

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A Member of New York’s Police Force Gets His Life Back

Terrance M., a 29 year old police officer in the New York City area, had suffered from seemingly incurable pain. “For 7 months I felt like I was dying,” Terrance told me.  Beginning in late August-early September 2017, his extreme low back pain and frequent urination kept him sleepless during the night and miserable by day. He went to eight doctors and had several CAT scans and numerous X-rays. Doctors had tried three different medications in December but no drug could cure him. Despite his excellent health insurance he ended up...

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Pink Orbs Respond to Prayer

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Pink Orbs Respond to Prayer

Yesterday in the early hours of the morning, Angela Depew of Rockford, Illinois, was praying outside in the sunshine when she took a series of stunning photographs of pink orbs. “I have been on a path of enlightenment for about a year maybe alot longer but last year is when it really hit me and I’ve never been able to look at the world the same,” Angela Depew wrote to me. “All of a sudden I am able to know things about people just from looking at a photo and I mean complete strangers some that have passed on.”...

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My Beloved Chartreuse Cattleya Orchid Prepares to Bloom

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My Beloved Chartreuse Cattleya Orchid Prepares to Bloom

“You can get off alcohol, drugs, women, food and cars, but once you’re hooked on orchids you’re finished. You never get off orchids … never.” – Joe Kunisch, Commercial Orchid Grower, Rochester, New York If you came into my studio today you might not notice that something rather special is about to happen. Tucked in the window minding its own business is my very favorite orchid, my Brassolaeliocattleya Greenworth. It has two buds on it. Every day these two buds do their little dance, separating, getting a...

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Life Is What Happens While You Are Waiting for the Plumber

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Life Is What Happens While You Are Waiting for the Plumber

Last week, my family celebrated the funeral of my stepfather. He was 88 and had suffered for over a year. After the crying was over, I helped my mother clean out a series of closets and made a virtually futile attempt to restore order to her family room. We went to three movies in three days, watched Netflix, ate popcorn and did our best to recover. I took time off work to attend to this unavoidable event, accepting that this was the kind of life circumstance that makes all other supposedly necessary life activities come to a screeching halt....

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