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life realized By Elzbieta Pettingill
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Elzbieta’s memoir depicts her battle with depression. After two major brain seizures, caused by a suicide attempt, she looked deep within. Traveling as a model didn’t give her... More > fulfillment. She renounced her career to live a more simple life. She obtained empowerment through life-changing decision of going to Africa. Completely broke financially, mentally and spiritually, she fulfilled her mission of providing a house to five children who were homeless. The author shares her heartache of losing her beloved German shepherd to a local Hawaiian shelter. She talks about the battle over her dog that unfolded in front of the public eye. Also, how she was able to break the cycle of being in unhealthy, abusive relationships. Tired of constant failures taking place in every aspect of her existence, she finds her own “method” of attracting a Soul Mate. This vulnerable woman discovers strength from within herself. She learns to accept herself. In the end, she is able to turn her failures into her blessings.< Less
Massaging for Health, a Shearin Health Group Approach By Deal Gilchrist
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Massaging is one of the best remedies for many of our illnesses. It is very relaxing, like sleeping as a little baby while mommy strokes you all over the sores of your tired body. Just the thought... More > that someone is there while you close your eyes and mind and lie down eases your mind like no other activity available on earth, except perhaps. . . . But what power does massage have that it provides so much healing benefits to humans? Even animals practice it instinctively as a means to heal themselves, as dogs and cats apparently do. Of course, we know that muscles need massaging in order to remove obstacles in our veins and to enhance blood circulation and breathing. It also removes unwanted dry skin and toxins within our bodies that other cleansing therapies may not totally remove. All in all, massage offers health benefits which are both physiological and emotional.< Less
Massaging for Health, a Shearin Health Group Approach – Deviant Art Update By Casey Hindman
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Massaging is one of the best remedies for many of our illnesses. It is very relaxing, like sleeping as a little baby while mommy strokes you all over the sores of your tired body. Just the thought... More > that someone is there while you close your eyes and mind and lie down eases your mind like no other activity available on earth, except perhaps. . . . But what power does massage have that it provides so much healing benefits to humans? Even animals practice it instinctively as a means to heal themselves, as dogs and cats apparently do. Of course, we know that muscles need massaging in order to remove obstacles in our veins and to enhance blood circulation and breathing. It also removes unwanted dry skin and toxins within our bodies that other cleansing therapies may not totally remove. All in all, massage offers health benefits which are both physiological and emotional.< Less