How Important It Is To Reset Your Belief System – by Rhea Dopmeijer


Listening as well reading up a lot of messages these past months about the shifts and changes we are going through as humanity one thing struck me the most. The way our belief system is holding its grasp on us. Now this is not new to me, since I have been working with this for the past 40 years or so. At least on a conscious level that is.

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Where am I going? – by David Little


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Where am I going? How will I get there? Am I making the right choices? This is a pretty common theme that runs through most of our lives. What is the best way to answer these questions?

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The Magnetic Sense – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


Science has, over the last decades, discussed and tried to prove a human magnetic sense or magnetoreception. All the way from bacteria through many different animals in the chain of evolution all the way to mammals have proof of magnetic orientation abilities as well as the presence of magnetite in different body parts that could explain the phenomenon.

Experiments with blindfolded humans turned around and even placed far into the woods not knowing where they were and asked to point towards “home” indicated they had an unknown sense of direction. The main critic of this first experiments is now in the lead of the new discoveries of the human magnetoreception.

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Reset Your Life – by Nancy Zimmerman


I am a technological novice. The technical advances that have impressed me are VHS and the microwave. I remember having television as a child, but I also remember the first time I saw a color television program. I was at a friend’s house on a Sunday evening when I was in the eighth grade. The show was Bonanza and when that orange flame burned into the map of the Ponderosa, it was a time I will never forget. The amazement of having a disposable camera and a portable phone, caught my attention also in later years.

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Wait!…You mean I get a Do-Over – by Bob Rush


One of the real joys of life is the chance to stop, reset the focus, exhale and know I can always start my day over at anytime. Pretty powerful medicine. Such a delicious thought. For so long, if I was stuck in the old hamster wheel of going nowhere fast, I would just accept it, put my blinders on, be the dutiful soldier and march on. Include a little more grimacing as I march. Little did I realize that I always had the power to change my situation in a blink of an eye.

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Which Way Will My Feet Take Me? – by Rhea Dopmeijer


The little nudges or whispers that you receive are the ones you easily miss. These are the important messages you receive from deep within. Either you call it the angels whispering, or the nudges from your own intuition, inner knowing, these little messages are worth paying attention to.

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Star Child Poem – by Danielle Hughes


This poem came to me as I was sitting outside gazing at the stars and seeking guidance from the Universe.  I was going through some tough times and felt a wave of reassurance through me, this one is for all of those Star Children incarnated on the Earth:

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Once Miss. America, Always Miss. America – by Annette Rochelle Aben


What do you do for an encore after becoming a #1 Best Selling Author? That wasn’t exactly the way my dad asked the question. It was more like, “So, other than bragging rights, what good does it do you to have the title of #1 Best Selling Author?” I about fell over and for probably the second time in my life, I was speechless. I very quickly regained my composure and I fired back, “Well, why not ask Stephen King or Danielle Steel that same question.” Yeah, I told him, didn’t I. But inside, I was seriously pondering his question. Does the title have any value to anyone other than me? And, now, what do I do.

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Reset Your Self-Care Routine – by Mindy A. Early


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I am an introvert in an extroverted field. Sometimes, instead of networking, I find a quiet hallway where I can do half sun salutations to stretch out my anxiety. During long meetings, I use a trip to the restroom to practice pranayama breathing and recite mantras in the quiet of the stall. While my coworkers may think I’m typing on my phone to fire off a quick email, sometimes I’m doing a free write on a Google.Doc to process a strong emotion. A great self-care plan can certainly take as long as a nature hike, but that plan is useless if we can’t hike until the weekend and we need to decompress right now.

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The Secret of Your Feet – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


The feet are perhaps the most neglected part of your body. Many people use their feet so little that they degenerate quicker than any other part of the human economy. Grown ups with athletes feet, dry skin, corns, cracks in the soles, fungi on the nails of the feet or deformed toes are very common. On the other side, we have people without arms that have learned to use the feet as hands and are able to do amazing things with them.

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Should You? – by Sara Jane


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When you hear someone say you really should do that – there is no “should” about it.

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I Should… or I Choose to? – by Mary Lou Stark


I’m an introvert who tends to over-think many situations. In my memory I was the obedient daughter who tried to please everyone – didn’t make waves – tried to do the “right thing” in every situation. I would try to figure out what I should do in every situation rather than what I wanted to do or chose to do.

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The Healing Sunset at Ridgeway – by Kishan Takahashi


I have recently lost one of my patients, Ruby. I had been treating her intermittently for over 15 years.
I had made a promise to Ruby, that I felt I had not fulfilled – you see, she wanted to live to be 103 years of age. As her Homeopathic practitioner, I said that I would promise to do all I was allowed to do.
Unfortunately, circumstances made it impossible to see her as much as she needed towards the end of her life, and the homeopathic medication that I had always given her in the past she could no longer self-administer. She was suffering from TIAs (mini strokes) and there was no one there to ensure that she had her medication regularly.

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May Be Your Month – by Annette Rochelle Aben Editor

May has the fewest letters of any month in our calendar, yet it is packed with activity. We have weddings, graduations, Mother’s Day and of course, the unofficial start of summer on Memorial Day. Farmer’s Markets are opening, garage sales are springing up like dandelions and folks are airing out their cabins and cottages for the coming vacation season. People take advantage of the sunshine to beautify the house and garden and if they own a boat, they are preparing it to take to the launch for some lazy days floating on the water. If you have nothing to do in the month of May, you aren’t paying attention.

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The Cosmic Reset – by Moon Laramie


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According to the Ageless Wisdom, humans are on an evolutionary path which will lead them to transform into spiritual beings. As part of its metamorphosis, humankind passes through seven stages of development known as root races. The first root race had no physical bodies and manifested only on a subtle vibrational level. Over the aeons the root races gradually developed physical characteristics. These early physical manifestations had no sexual organs and reproduced through fission. As humanity continued to evolve it divided into male and female. Human beings on earth today constitute the fifth root race of the human life wave.

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