November 2011 Blog Posts (10)


Two years ago I moved from North Miami to a northern city which although I’m beginning to enjoy more every day, I must admit was not my favorite city in South Florida when I first moved. I moved in to be closer to by boyfriend who lovingly reminds me to be grateful for everything I have. So, everyday, I practiced gratitude and gently shifted my focus from “eh, it’s soooo boring here” to “huh, there’s a really cool vibe here”. I must confess, one of the reasons I’ve grown to…


Added by Regena Queen:) on November 29, 2011 at 12:42am — No Comments

There is NO Flu Season

There are 4 seasons in a year. Flu Season is NOT one of them. It is a market tool – a suggestion of sorts, to promote various cold and flu medications. It has no basis in fact and no medical information to back up this statement. It is a myth.Some people do get sick during this time. (Note: The percentage is the same for this time period versus any other.)…


Added by Dr. David Orman on November 28, 2011 at 3:09pm — No Comments

A Mysterious Diagnosis

A Mysterious Diagnosis

A few years ago I was diagnosed with a serious disorder. At first, I didn’t pay much attention to it. It seemed rather benign. Anyway, I’m pretty skeptical about conditions being classified “disorders”. I think it’s a ploy fabricated by certain industries to prescribe more…


Added by Janet Pfeiffer on November 23, 2011 at 2:48pm — No Comments

A Cheater's Remorse

Cheating is sometimes fun but in the long run it always has consequences.  For instance, planning for a wedding andpacking up a house and transitioning your life from what you have known for so long to moving to a completelydifferent location and way of being, can be an ultimately stressful experience.  You may be tempted and pulled into directions you would not normally go and cross lines that would otherwise seem like something you would never do.  It may even have some long term…


Added by Ari Gronich on November 22, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments

5 Secrets to Quantum Transformations: Mastery & the Lost Art of Apprenticeship

Years ago after I gave a presentation at a local yoga studio a young woman approached me and asked what I did. I replied, “I do Reiki.” “I do too” she said excitedly. We spoke a bit about our mutual love for the healing art, then she asked again, “What do you do?”

I thought she didn’t hear me, and I kindly responded again,…


Added by Kumari on November 12, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments

I Don't Do it All the Time

I Don’t Do It All the Time

“Mommy, can I please have this dog?” Joey shouted. He pointed to the small brown terrier in the rusted cage…


Added by Janet Pfeiffer on November 10, 2011 at 8:29pm — No Comments

Untimely Animal Death: Katrina Victim or Victor?

I will be forever changed by a little rat terrier named Lola, who shared with me such a brief but potent teaching.  Anyone who has ever lost an animal dear to them, ever felt guilty about it, ever spent desperate days on end searching for a missing animal, ever rescued a terrified neglected animal, ever wondered who…


Added by Kumari on November 9, 2011 at 10:56am — No Comments

*** Define Friend? What's your Definition *** says that a friend is:





Added by Regena Queen:) on November 5, 2011 at 10:11pm — 1 Comment

Book Launch: Empowering Transformations for Women

International Women’s Day marks the celebration of women across the globe. It also marks the launch of the inspirational and moving book, Empowering Transformations for Women ~ True Stories of Purpose, Faith and Action to Guide You Through Your Ever-Unfolding Personal and Professional Life. This empowering new…


Added by Kumari on November 1, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments

Creating Endless Possibilities

The art of Shodo provides blunt feedback. You prepare the ink by placing water inside the suzuri (used for grinding the ink and mixing it with water), grind it with a sumi (ink stick) and over time, create the ink. Depending upon how hard you grind it and length of time will dictate the quality and color of the ink.

You place the shitajiki (usually felt sheet that is placed under the paper to absorb the ink) under the paper. You prepare…


Added by Dr. David Orman on November 1, 2011 at 9:54am — No Comments

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