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Tuesday, 19 January 2016 23:39

Part Time - Independent Contractor / Generous commission / Immediate availability / Sales support and training at our offices in San Luis Obispo, CA / Great opportunity for a retiree or a person looking to generate extra income / A personal computer and vehicle are required /Sales and networking experience a plus professional look and behavior / A desire to promote sustainable and healthy living / Please respond to email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 805.473.5064

 
Hospital goes holistic with $200 million donation
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Monday, 23 October 2017 21:36

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Don’t you just love it when reporters are non-biased? Me too, however, finding that is harder and harder. So it’s not a surprise that the LA Times is less than happy about the enormously generous gift, recently given to UC Irvine by Henry and Susan Samueli- who happen to believe in integrative medicine. On Sept. 18 a $200-million gift was given the couple, making it the seventh-largest ever to a single public university. The money will be used “for a new building on campus to house the Samueli College of Health Sciences, which will incorporate UCI’s medical and nursing schools and planned schools of pharmacy and “population health” (that is, public health). But most of the money will be devoted to an endowment for up to 15 chairs for world-class faculty with “expertise in integrative health” and for the training of students in that curriculum.” Read more: https://www.healthnutnews.com/hospital-goes-holistic-with-200-million-donation/

 
Be Prepared....Here's Some Good Info.....:)
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Sunday, 08 October 2017 13:23
 
KINDNESS..........Thank You!
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Another Hurricane Harvey Rescue...thank you!
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Tuesday, 03 October 2017 22:05

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EFT Sessions Recommended for Those at Risk for PTSD
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Wednesday, 26 July 2017 21:29

Kaiser Permanente is one of the largest hospital systems in the US, taking care of more than 10 million patients each year. This week Kaiser's peer-reviewed publication, The Permanente Journal, published practice guidelines for using EFT with patients diagnosed with PTSD. The journal is indexed on the US Government's Pubmed website, making it easy to locate. EFT Universe inspired this project in 2013. We collaborated with several other organizations, amongst them Eden Energy Medicine, ACEP, and AAMET, to survey EFT practitioners about their experience working with clients with PTSD.

The results of their insights are embodied in the practice guidelines. They recommend 5 hourlong EFT sessions for those at risk for PTSD, and 10 sessions for those with full-blown symptoms. Practice guidelines are influential documents because medical and mental health professionals turn to them to find best practices for a specified condition such as anxiety, depression or PTSD. Practice guidelines answer questions like: How many sessions are recommended? How long should each session be? What percentage of patients get better? What further care is recommended for those who don't?

The publication of these practice guidelines by a prestigious journal is a milestone in the acceptance of EFT in the medical establishment.

I spend about 1/3 of my time in service projects like this one, and it is wonderful to see them come to fruition this way. Sometimes it takes many years and much persistence, and I appreciate all those who contributed to the success of this paper. Especially David Feinstein who structured the survey questions, Sheri Stern who provided case histories of veterans she worked with in the VA, Liz Boath and Tony Stewart of Staffordshire University, and Morgan Clond who performed the data analysis.

~ Dawson

 
Reuse: Metal Basin? DIY Rustic Sink!
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Friday, 18 March 2016 22:05

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Displaced Coal Miners Are Learning A New Skill That Could End Up Saving Us All: Beekeeping!
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Monday, 23 October 2017 21:37

It's no surprise that the coal industry is in decline, as it's faced with the increasing abundance of cheaper, somewhat cleaner, U.S.-produced natural gas, as well as increasing global environmental awareness and access to renewable sources of energy. The problem that can't be ignored, however, is the unemployment and poverty that has resulted from lost jobs in former coal towns. Many argue that there needs to be new work to replace coal mining for coal industry-dependent workers and their families in places throughout Appalachia, like West Virginia, where coal was once king. Read More: https://www.rodalesorganiclife.com/wellbeing/coal-miner-beekeeping

 
Vegan Deep Dish Pizza.......YUM!
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Sunday, 08 October 2017 13:23
 
Vegan Strawberry Cheesecake.......:)
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Catholic Church to Make Record Divestment From Fossil Fuels
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Sunday, 08 October 2017 13:14

In a groundbreaking stance against climate change, over 40 different Catholic institutions have announced a collective divestment of oil, coal, and fossil fuels. Some of the institutions, including the Archdiocese of Cape Town, the Episcopal Conference of Belgium, and the diocese of Assisi-Nocera Umbra-Gualdo Tadino, made the pledge on the anniversary of St Francis of Assisi’s death.

While the amount of money to be divested is still unclear, Carnitas, the Catholic church bank and charity participating in the divestment, is worth $5.2 billion (€4.5 billion) alone. Additionally, the number of Catholic groups who have joined the environmentally-driven initiative has broken the previous record for Catholic institutions banding together against climate change, says the Guardian.

More: https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/catholic-church-make-record-divestment-fossil-fuels/

 
Another Hurricane Harvey Rescue...we need more of this.
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Tuesday, 03 October 2017 21:58

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Vegetarian Spinach Quiche
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Friday, 02 December 2016 11:53

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Recipe: 2 tablespoons olive oil / 1/2 onion, finely chopped /1 clove garlic, minced /1 10-oz. package frozen chopped spinach, thawed and squeezed  /1 1/2 cups grated Gruyère (or dairy free)/1 9-inch unbaked pie shell /3 large eggs, lightly beaten (or egg substitute) /1 1/2 cups milk (or dairy free) 1 tomato thinly sliced / sea  salt and pepper to taste. Preheat oven to 375ºF. In a small skillet over medium heat olive oil . Add onion and sauté until translucent, about 5 minutes. Add garlic and cook for 1 minute longer, stirring. Transfer to a small bowl and let cool. Sprinkle onion mixture, spinach and Gruyère over bottom of pie shell. Beat eggs and milk together, season with salt and pepper. Gently pour into crust. Top with tomatoes. Bake quiche for 40 to 45 minutes, until set and nicely browned. Remove from oven and let rest for 10 minutes.

 
Shasta Lake MAY Fill Up This Month!
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Friday, 18 March 2016 22:02

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Since March 2, Shasta Lake has received 6.44 inches of rain, and another 10 could fall between Thursday and Tuesday. "The system is rising and we hope to capture as much of this runoff as possible, but it's hard to know whether it will fill up right now," Moore said. "It's looking good. We're getting close..."Close... but still far away. Shasta registered its lowest level ever, 837 feet above sea level, in 1977. In December 2014, the lake dipped down to 889 feet. But the recent storms are replenishing the lake, and the elevation on March 9 hit 1,012 feet. In the last month, the reservoir has risen 28 feet — and it needs to go up another 55 feet to 1,067 feet above sea level to reach full capacity. That's a lot of rain that needs to fall and snow that needs to melt for the reservoir to fill by month's end. Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Lake-Shasta-fill-up-El-Nino-full-capacity-drought-6879810.php

 
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