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Getting to the Land of Happy

Getting to the Land of Happy

It’s a funny thing. We are all doing it but most of us don’t even know it. When you got up this morning and said, “Oh, I am so tired, I wish I didn’t have to get up,” you were doing it. When you are at work begrudgingly performing a job you do not love […]

About the writer: Dave Krajovic

David Krajovic MBA, CPA, CMT David and his wife Pat are dynamic and engaging partners to anyone who desires to restore personal power, find inner peace and live an Inspired Life. They founded the award-winning BodyWorks Healing Center in Plymouth, MI, the Global Breath Institute and are the co-creators of Ascension Breathwork. They have created a revolutionary body of work combining contemporary and ancient teachings to help you ascend above limitation and access the human potential. Their Inspired Life Mastery programs gently yet powerfully disintegrate obstructions to happiness, good health, peace, prosperity and spirituality. 734-416-5200 or ascensionbreathing.com

Stress and Obesity

Stress and Obesity

By Dr. Tarman Aziz April 16 is National Stress Awareness Day. Many of us, in an attempt to help manage stress, eat our favorite “comfort foods”, often to excess. Do such foods, however, actually offer meaningful and lasting solutions? In 1966, a Palm Beach Post article stated: “Adults, when under severe emotional stress, turn to […]

Are You Really in Charge of Your Life?

Are You Really in Charge of Your Life?

What do you think life would look like if you always wore a pair of green tinted glasses? Obviously, the world would look green to you. You would believe this is how things are unless someone told you that you were wearing these glasses or until something happened and you took the glasses off. You […]

About the writer: Phil Rosenbaum

If you would like to find out more about hypnosis, and especially hypnosis for losing weight, please call Phil Rosenbaum at the Self-Esteem Academy. Phil is a certified hypnotist, licensed counselor and has also been trained in past-life regression. Call: 248-688-6469.

Homeopathy Introduction

Homeopathy Introduction

The word “Homeopathy” is derived from the Greek words, “homoios” meaning similar and “pathos” meaning suffering. This form of healing is based on the concept that “Like is cured, by like.” It has been determined that treating a disease with a small amount of medicine that given in a large dose would produce to a […]

About the writer: Nancy Lynn

Nancy Lynn is a gifted medium, able to speak with spiritual guides and those who have crossed over. Her mission is to help people reconnect to their own spiritual insight and to their own unique gifts. She provides information on areas of concern in the present that need attention. Nancy founded "Opening to Enlightenment" which provides workshops, training, and self-help sessions that cover a variety of topic areas. She is excited about the opportunity to help you on your journey of personal growth and enlightenment. Visit Nancy’s web site at www.nancyote.com to obtain further information about workshops, spirit fests and future events, or email her at [email protected]

Elevating Standards of Taste

Elevating Standards of Taste

By Angie Anderson Times are changing and if you have not already embraced the desire to learn about the contents of your pantry, as well as your fruit bowl, now is the time. Do not let yourself fall behind in the movement of elevated standards. Take off your blinders and start implementing some new eating […]

Creating a Better Life

Creating a Better Life

By Doyle Ward I was a rising star in the hospitality industry. I had it all — Career, Great Car, Super House and a High Level of Success. I truly had it all, including a lot of STRESS, FATIGUE and SLEEPLESS NIGHTS. My work schedule was hectic and I was in constant worry mode; there […]

Stress and Obesity

Stress and Obesity

Stress and Obesity By Dr. Tarman Aziz April 16 is National Stress Awareness Day. Many of us, in an attempt to help manage stress, eat our favorite “comfort foods”, often to excess. Do such foods, however, actually offer meaningful and lasting solutions? In 1966, a Palm Beach Post article stated: “Adults, when under severe emotional […]