Medium Lynnette Albert noticed she was different at a young age when she received a visit from a friend’s sister who had passed, wanting to let her family know that she was okay and not in pain. Over the years, Albert has continued to communicate with those who have passed. She has helped to bridge the gap of communication between those still living and their loved ones in spirit.
by Judith Orloff, M.D.
A Book Review by Caroline Myss
Being an empath is the new normal. The Empath’s Survival Guide is a perfect guidebook. Now people will know how to cope with being highly sensitive and empathic in their everyday lives without developing exhaustion, compassion fatigue or burning out.
Future Now Detox announces its opening in West Palm Beach at 4384 Purdy Lane. This 15-bed, licensed-by-Florida DCF medical detox facility is pioneering South Florida with its first nicotinamide-adenine dinucleotide (NAD) IV therapy treatment program.
Over the past 30 years, Bo Sebastian has helped thousands of clients lose 10 to 150 pounds by altering brainwaves that keep them from caring for their bodies. Their brains have learned by rote and negative input how to act and react. As a clinical hypnotist, Sebastian effectively gets inside the maze of negative thinking and recreates a pathway of positive thinking.
Carol Ann Liaros will present a seminar on intuition, June 9 to 10, at the A.R.E. Annual Conference, held at the DoubleTree Hotel, in Deerfield Beach. Topics include Why Should I Develop My ESP? and Just What Is It? Liaros states,”There is nothing difficult about developing ESP. The most difficult task I have consistently faced in my workshops is convincing students how easy it is to use.”
In celebration of its 20th year, the Yoga Warehouse (YW) invites local residents to experience the depth of classical hatha yoga with a first class free offer. Excellent first-day discounts are also available.
Located in a unique historic warehouse, the YW is a screened-in, open-air space with an eclectic store, an air-conditioned meditation room and a tranquil peace garden/nature preserve out back.
by Anisha Durve
The wellness movement is gathering momentum as we all strive to look for new ways to stay in balance and be healthy. The busier we get, the more hectic life becomes and the more we constantly juggle our priorities on a day-to-day basis. Why look for new strategies when Ayurveda offers simple yet profound time-tested strategies to stay in balance.
by Kris Drumm
One of the greatest gifts of aging is that we can become more self-aware and are often drawn towards more philosophical and internal reflection. It is a mistake to overlook the gifts gained by aging. In a workshop that David Fawcett and I facilitated called Vibrant Aging, participants listed gifts of aging, including seeing more clearly, knowing how to live, knowing that we can survive loss and struggle, having more time, taking things less seriously, having more personal power, stopping trying so hard, and having a deeper spiritual connection. Those are great gifts! I may note here that looking for and appreciating the gifts in things is a spiritual practice. Gratitude fosters love and positivity.
June marks the first full month of summer; many families plan on vacations since their children are out of school. After I wrote last month’s letter to you, I booked a flight to check out a place I’d been wanting to go for years—Rome. I was drawn by art in school and took every art history class that was offered. I dreamed to see, firsthand, places like the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel and the Fountains at Trevi.
Thank you to all who participated with the 2017 Natural Awakenings Collaborative. The recent Natural Awakenings Publishing Corporations’ (NAPC) biennial event was awesome, where we publishers got together from all over the states, plus Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. This year, as you know, we met in Orlando, Florida.