Summertime is Revival

Sitting in bed and feeling guilty about it, but it is nearly the ending of my visits and a day of nothing to do but packing and a dinner party tonight, so I'm going to write about gardens and food again, and I'm sorry, but I have to. Yesterday we...

Tai Chi – Slow Down to Speed up Pain Relief

Tai chi is a Chinese martial art that uses slow and deliberate movements to promote physical and mental health. It is now practiced worldwide.  Thanks to a range of slow to quickly-executed routines and its meditative component, it develops and improves range of motion, strength, posture, flexibility, conditioning, and breathing.  Suitable...

Vitamin B 17 or Amygdalin

Cancer is one of the chronic diseases that represents the greatest morbidity and mortality in the population worldwide. Despite the existence of multiple conventional treatments with a certain degree of proven effectiveness, an increase in the trend of preference for alternative therapies by cancer patients has been reported. One...

Blessings to All on This Journey of Peace

This is from a group of Ascended Masters who call themselves Thymus. We love a name attached to energy or frequencies - names for many of us make it a bit more personal.  "You are showing up for others there on Earth in so many ways, and we, who are in the...

Learning to Read Puerto Vallarta

By Jane M. Downs I’m at Baca, the open-air mercado a block from my home. “Buenos tardes, Norma. I’llhave an avocado for the next day and this many tortillas.” I indicate a half inch betweenmy thumb and index finger. The avocado is hard. The tortillas warm, the cobblestones onthe...

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