Your Reiki Question, Please!

Your Reiki Question, Please!

  • May 18, 2020

Please ask me a Reiki question. Pretty please! It doesn’t have to be a question that’s keeping you up at night. It could be a small one. Even small questions can keep you from opening your mouth or offering your hands to share your practice with others who might benefit. Maybe it’s the question you’re ...

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Liver 3 – A Wonderful Acupuncture Point

Liver 3 – A Wonderful Acupuncture Point

  • May 18, 2020

Liver 3 (Taichong/Great Rushing) is a very popular acupuncture point that I use everyday in my Chicago acupuncture practice. It is often a sensitive point when rubbed or needled so many of my patients ask …Read More———————By: Jennifer DubowskyTitle: Liver 3 – A Wonderful Acupuncture PointSourced From: jenniferdubowsky.com/liver-3-a-wonderful-acupuncture-point/Published Date: Tue, 07 Apr 2020 15:38:00 +0000Did ...

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Practicing the Reiki Precepts Brings Support

Practicing the Reiki Precepts brings ever-present support to your everyday life.  Reiki master Maud Maynard is the daughter of an aging mother with dementia who previously wrote about Reiki practice gave her a new beginning at midlife. Now Maud shares how practicing the Reiki Precepts brings tenderness to this bittersweet time of life. Practicing the Reiki Precepts ...

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International retreats summer 2020

International retreats summer 2020

  • May 17, 2020

NB! Early Bird price before 1 June for non-Scandinavians. International Regular Retreat 25 July – 1 August Halvorsbøle International Retreat Centre, Oslo, Norway This retreat is suitable for: – Those who want to practice meditation at the three hour level for the first time – Those who already have experience with the three-hour level – ...

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Meditation in a culture of comparison

Meditation in a culture of comparison

  • May 17, 2020

By Jonas Meyer There are several ways to perceive our contemporary society, but one perspective, which makes sense to me, is that we live in a culture of comparisons. In such a culture there tends to be a split between the positive, which we prefer to talk about, and the negative, which we rather keep ...

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Taiwan Likely To Remain Off WHO’s Invite List Despite COVID-19 Successes

Taiwan has reported fewer than 500 cases of COVID-19 and six deaths, but a push to get the country invited to the World Health Organization’s annual meeting is expected to fail.Read More———————-By: John RuwitchTitle: Taiwan Likely To Remain Off WHO’s Invite List Despite COVID-19 SuccessesSourced From: www.npr.org/2020/05/17/857488070/taiwan-likely-to-remain-off-whos-invite-list-despite-covid-19-successes?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=healthPublished Date: Sun, 17 May 2020 07:24:59 -0400Did you ...

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All I Need is Less

All I Need is Less

  • May 17, 2020

I was just told that my yoga studios would be closed indefinitely. Both of the studios, where I teach classes, to finance my writing career, would close without any re-opening information. A moment after, I started receiving emails announcing closures from my massage place, acupuncture place, nail place, my dentist, and my vet. It was ...

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Handmade Stinging Nettle Pasta

Handmade Stinging Nettle Pasta

  • May 17, 2020

First I’ll talk about how to make these, and then if you want to stick around and read about Stinging Nettles (Urtica dioica) there will be information after the recipe.  This was my second attempt.  A year or more ago I tried and it wasn’t terribly successful.  After thinking for a long time about it, ...

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Senegal Pledges A Bed For Every Coronavirus Patient — And Their Contacts,...

Despite a less than robust health system, the African nation has been praised for its efforts to halt the spread of COVID-19.(Image credit: John Wessels /AFP via Getty Images)Read More———————-By: Ricci ShryrockTitle: Senegal Pledges A Bed For Every Coronavirus Patient — And Their Contacts, TooSourced From: www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2020/05/17/856016429/senegal-pledges-a-bed-for-every-coronavirus-patient-and-their-contacts-too?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=healthPublished Date: Sun, 17 May 2020 07:10:42 -0400Did you ...

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Plan B – We’re Changing!

Plan B – We’re Changing!

  • May 17, 2020

 In June of 2001, we started gathering subscriptions for the new magazine, which would come out in January of 2002. But first came 9/11 and all extra spending stopped for a month or two. Our launch was stunted compared to the initial indications.  My partners bailed, but I persevered. Time rolled along, and then in ...

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