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Transcendental Meditation

…Offers Hope for Victims of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Certified Instructor Bob Dillon to Lead Courses at Center for Spiritual Living, Chico: Camp Fire Victims Encouraged to Attend By Alice Patterson Camp Fire victims and others affected by post-traumatic stress have access to free and reduced-cost transcendental meditation (TM) training, thanks to the Center for… Read more »

What’s Going On

chico sky watch
chico sky watch

…with All the Streaks in the Sky? By Marla Crites, Betty Credit, and Ted Holmes-Chico Sky Watch Even on a blue-sky morning, it’s not long before white stripes begin to appear, spread out, and create a milky-white sky. Many people are curious and looking for answers. Chico Sky Watch, your local geoengineering awareness organization, will… Read more »

The Initiation of the Phoenix

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annie fuller-shamanism

A Camp Fire Perspective By Annie Fuller Everyone is talking about the Phoenix According to one story, as this mystical bird nears the end of its life it builds a nest of aromatic branches and spices, sits upon it, and purposefully sets it on fire. Consumed by flames, the Phoenix becomes ash. That’s when a… Read more »

What Is Yoga Therapy?

Jeanette Conery
Jeanette Conery

By Jeanette Conery The International Association of Yoga Therapists (the accrediting body for all yoga therapists) says that “Yoga Therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and well-being through the application of the philosophy and practice of Yoga.” It’s important to know that yoga therapists aren’t setting out to “cure”… Read more »

Reiki

A Healing Gift for Our Changing World By Jane Miners I recently asked myself: Why do I do what I do? Why am I driven to teach Reiki and yoga, and be a part of the wellness community? Why do I want to help people—what is the drive?” The immediate answer that came to me… Read more »

Our Authentic Journey

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amanda lifestyles

By Amanda Rolfe In life we often find ourselves stuck in a routine that doesn’t serve us or isn’t aligned with who we truly want to be—parking in the same place at work, ordering the same thing on the menu, listening to the same songs, thinking the same thoughts and trying to ignore them, getting… Read more »

Doing the Greatest Work

terry cole-whittaker
terry cole-whittaker

…in the World   By Terry Cole-Whittaker   There is no activity, work, or intention more valuable and important than our own self-realization and self-activation of our authentic, divine, and eternal self. All else in this world is temporary and changing, as well as distracting us from our greatest work, our eternal self, free of… Read more »

Digitally Distracted Kids

digitally distracted kids
digitally distracted kids

 and Technology-Hacking Their Brains By Rahasya Poe You know the saying, “Your friends are the ones who tell you the things you don’t want to hear?” Well, keep that in mind as you read this article about distracted kids because we are so deeply embedded in the technology that surrounds us, not to mention dependent,… Read more »

Winter Blues and Broken Bones

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d3

How to Make Sure You’re Getting Enough of the Protective Power of Vitamin D3 By Kristin Grayce McGary, LAc., MAc., CFMP, CSTcert, CLP My family and I lived in a suburb of Chicago when I was a child. The weather was often overcast and gloomy. When it was sunny, my parents applied sunscreen. Unfortunately, when… Read more »

When Reality Suddenly Changes

Alex Groh
Alex Groh

By Alex Groh On November 8, 2018, so many local people were caught unprepared for the firestorm that would engulf much of Butte County before the end of the day. As local Paradise residents and business owners, we think the following story by Alex Groh typifies the experience had by many people fleeing the destructive… Read more »