Monthly Archives October 2014

Coping with the change in season

Coping with the change in season Did you know that the common cold virus is always around us? There are many hypotheses for the higher infection rates during fall and winter: colder temperatures and the school season prompt people to spend more time indoors and increase the chances that viruses will spread, lower humidity levels allow the virus to survive easier, and the colder temperatures dry the tissues lining the nasal cavity making it more vulnerable to infection are just a few. Regardless of why we see more colds, you can take an empowered position to your wellbeing as the seasons change. Let’s
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I get asked a lot of questions about shamanism and healing, so I have put together this list of the most Frequently Asked Questions. Enjoy! What is a shaman? A shaman is a blanket term for a wide range of healers and medicine people. Indigenous cultures around the world all have a unique flavor to their spirituality, but within each type of shamanism is a common core of spiritual beliefs. So regardless of spiritual heritage, in a very simplified understanding, a shaman is a spiritual healer. So while I am not Native American, Incan/Peruvian, nor Aboriginal, I am able to
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