Problem Solver Number One by Andreas N. Bjørndal


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Every now and then, we are faced with challenges, trouble, and discomfort, which are problems we need to solve. Sometimes, our sense of well being is strong and we feel we can face any problem, other times we have been hit again and again. The challenges seem too many or too stuck.

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Lighten Up in September – by Annette Rochelle Aben


Let’s see, 30 days hath September, right? Of course, and that means there are 30 days for you to embrace a wonderful opportunity.  Take each of the days of September and free yourself of something you no longer require. This could mean something physical such as clothing you no longer wear or jewelry that has been hanging around the jewelry box but hasn’t seen the light of day in ages. This could also be something intangible such as a worry or emotional attachment that seems to leave you more distressed than happy. Naturally, the last suggestion may be a bit harder to accomplish but it is possible.

Why would you want to do this, using September as a month of pitching and purging? Why not? No time like the present. You have been ripping and running throughout the summer. In and out of your vehicle, office, home and possibly even a vacation spot. The focus has been more on the task at hand be it work or fun, so who has had time to manage the “up keep” of your surroundings?  We’ve got lots of holidays on the horizon, which means loads of things to accomplish during those times, leaving very little time for much else.

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The Importance of Your Inner Child – by Sara Jane


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Below I have transcribed a share I made on Gift of Healing TV’s Thoughtful Nuggets & Pearls.
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This is a subject very close to my heart and I wish you all a greater connection with your younger self.

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An Interview of Greg Sushinsky: Part One – by Hercules Invictus


Greg Sushinsky was inspired by Steve Reeves and wrote two books about him, Training the Steve Reeves Way and Eating the Steve Reeves Way. Greg is a Natural Bodybuilder, a Cyclist, a Trainer and Advisor as well as an Author. He has been a Powerlifter and a writer for various Bodybuilding, Business and Sports Magazines. I greatly admire Greg as he lives the life and walks the path!

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I Brew, Do You? – by Annette Rochelle Aben


Ever hear of Turmeric? It’s a spice (member of the ginger family) native to Southeast Asia, which has been used for centuries to flavor as well as color food. If you are a prepared, yellow mustard fan, check the ingredients and you may find them to contain turmeric. So, other than making things bright like the sunshine, how does one or why does one use turmeric?

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DIY Garden Totems – by Sheri Sennhauser


As I write this, it is mid July and my garden is in full bloom, the pond plants are lazily shading the koi and the fairies are dancing and playing all over the yard.  I want something fun and quirky for my garden, don’t want the fairies getting bored with their surroundings!  I hit Pinterest and found a bunch of really interesting pictures of garden totems made from old dishes, cups, saucers etc., the choices were endless.  So, I decided to give it a try and I am hooked.

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Anti-Boredom Month – Annette Rochelle Aben

So, we are in the throes of summer here in the United States and that means there are a lot of kids out there looking for something to occupy their time. Now, you would think that having the chance to be free of the schedules of school, most kids would be busy, being busy, being kids!  Playing, sleeping, day dreaming and whatever else floats their boats. Nay, nay my optimistic reader. As having been one of those free-wee-people ages ago, I can tell you that many are in need of some inspiration.

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National Adopt a Shelter Cat Month – by Annette Rochelle Aben


June is National Adopt a Shelter Cat Month and all over the United States, people are stepping up to help each feline find a fur ever home. Why June, you may ask yourself. Well, spring is when many communities see a population explosion of cats, as kittens are being born everywhere. Some kittens are born into homes where more cats are wanted and welcomed. More often than not, they are born feral (wild) or are turned loose/dumped by those who are overwhelmed by so many felines. This causes an outrageous overcrowding situation in shelters.

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Am I My Peripheral Self? – by Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari


I was recently invited to speak at a global business conference in New Delhi, India. There I had a wonderful experience of seeing how each and everyone is busy exchanging their business cards, and once the card is handed over, the person receiving it reviews it with attention and then looks at the person as if the person is rated on the basis of his success in life! I noticed that for those who have touched some peaks in the world of business and money, they were surrounded by many people asking for a photograph with him or her.

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Being in Sync – by Angela Horne


It seems everything has a time. Time is now. What time did you want meet? The timing on that is or wasn’t right. You have all heard that one. So what is timing ?  We want things in our time.  Wait, not ready! Or how about ready or not? Time is of the essence. ummm.

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A Walk Through Time: Re-visiting Mythic Atlantis – by Hercules Invictus


Our Unarius Study Group, Star Center Atlantis, focuses on exploring the Unariun Atlantis Cycle, as revealed through the texts of the Unarius Academy of Science. It also serves as an introduction to core Unariun concepts, foundational Unariun works, and key Unariun practices. The Study Group is a comprehensive instructional, interactive and immersive experience which utilizes a variety of modalities to impart information. It is truly a walk through time to a bygone age of many splendors.

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