Your Mission

Your Mission

should you decide to accept it...

Publisher's Column - Fall 2014 Those of us that aren't young anymore will recognize that byline from the old Mission Impossible TV series. Each week, it presented the team with a daunting, seemingly impossible challenge. But, of course, each week they did prevail. And so can we, as we face down life's tests.

So, what's your Mission Impossible?

I've become convinced that the biggest challenge in most of our lives is, ultimately, between our ears. It is when we change our thinking that the greatest shifts can occur.

There's a common thread of that idea woven throughout this Fall issue. That notion, quite literally, is the basis for A Course in Miracles on page 16. It offers a peek into one means of gaining control over how life "happens" for you, driven by shifting our perceptions.

Often, part of our problem is self-limiting beliefs, and hypnosis can be an incredible . . . Read More

Fermented Foods

Fermented Foods

probiotic powerhouses

A row of gleaming Mason jars lines the kitchen countertop and reflected from within is a spectrum of vibrant colors. Magenta beets, orange carrots, and deep purple cabbage will soon reach their peak of perfection and be ready for consumption.

This scene has largely been lost in today's kitchen. The once-common art of home fermentation has been replaced . . . Read More

Hypnosis to Develop Charisma

how charming

It is a different idea, the notion that we might be able to cultivate greater personal charisma, yet this seems to be within reach. The dictionary defines charisma as "compelling attractiveness or charm that can inspire devotion in others." If heightening your charm is appealing, Hypnosis (and self-hypnosis) is proving to be a pleasant and powerful way to accomplish that.

If thoughts are even partially responsible . . . Read More

Ileocecal Valve

a wide-ranging culprit

Most people don't know the name of this body part, but we all know the symptoms it can cause when it malfunctions. Sudden neck or back pain for no reason. Constipation or diarrhea. Even those "raccoon" dark circles under your eyes.

What do they have in common? They all can be caused by the Ileocecal Valve. Located between your belly button and your right hip, the . . . Read More

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