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A Fun Faucet Enhancement!

Recently my husband came across a delightful enhancement to the faucet in the restroom of our eye doctor’s office. When he turned on the water, the faucet lit up and the water streamed forth framed in a rainbow of colors. He told me that I had to go into the restroom and see what was

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Spring Cleaning Review … Is Your House Making You Sick?

  Can a clean home also be unhealthy? Absolutely! Artificial air fresheners, scented candles, chemically-formulated cleaning supplies, flame retardant furniture coverings, plastics, and/or a very tight house, are some factors that contribute to poor air quality. Synthetic fabrics in many furniture coverings and carpets, contribute to dust and static electricity. Here’s a recent article on

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Plants: Boost Feng Shui and Remove Airborne Toxins

  The right house plants are your friend. They contribute to good feng shui by bringing color and lively energy to a space, while also helping to clean the air. Many modern spaces are super tight to conserve a loss of energy, restricting an influx of fresh air. Combine this with household products that contain

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EMF Mitigation Via FLFE

I’ve been writing about Focused Life-Force Energy (FLFE or “fluffy”) for the past few months. It’s a “quantum resonance” service that helps you create a nurturing environment and live a healthy life. This is done by sending a wave of loving energy to your home, workplace or personal object. You can enroll your address (home

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A New Year, A New You!

  A friend recently asked me to include some tips to lower weight in this month’s newsletter. I love to eat (and cook)! Last winter I spent a month at Swaswara in southern India, on an Ayurvedic rejuvenation retreat. I loved being there and I’ll return at some point. During my stay I unintentionally left

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Focused Life Force Energy

I’ve been working with David Hawkins Map of Consciousness for about 15 years. It’s a ranking of emotions from low to high, that he determined using kinesiology. In this list, negative emotions emit low energy, whereas emotions such as love, joy and bliss, emit much higher levels. Trust is the neutral point. Recently I learned

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Gratitude and Appreciation … Journal Each Day This Month

  November is a month to focus on Gratitude and Appreciation as we celebrate Thanksgiving. Rather than celebrate for one day or one weekend, I suggest that you give thanks for the entire month. One way to do this is write in a Gratitude Journal. You may already have one. I do … yet I

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Pyramid Power is Worth Exploring …

After my friend and colleague, Madeline Gerwick set up a Nubian-style pyramid in her backyard and told me about her results, I was curious and decided to give it a try. Nubian pyramids have a slope of about 70 degrees vs. 40-50 degrees for other pyramids. They were first discovered in western Africa and later throughout

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Field Trip to Orgonon … The Wilhelm Reich Museum

The Saturday after Labor Day, my husband and I ventured three hours north to Rangeley, ME. Rangeley is halfway between the Equator and the North Pole. It’s also home to “Orgonon,” otherwise known as the Wilhelm Reich Museum, which also happens to be on the National Register of Historic Places. Reich was a medical doctor,

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Feng Shui and Health

  People are often amazed when they tune into the patterns that are embedded in their spaces and therefore their lives. The longer you live or work in a location, the deeper the blueprint or connection between you and your space. Your space can influence your health in profound ways. And the experience is different

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