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Talking to the animals after the tsunami

January 25, 2015

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Talking to the animals after the tsunami by Barbara J. Paster —  Many of us have read or heard about a wildlife refuge, home to elephants and other animals, that was flooded by the tsunami in Asia. All of the animals escaped to higher ground before the water came, while their human caretakers perished. Although […]

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A Flower Essence-tial process

December 7, 2014

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A Flower Essence-tial process by Kris Lecakes Haley —  So you’ve been using a flower essence regimen that just does not seem to be working. Perhaps you think the situation is getting worse. What is going on? For those unacquainted with the 38 Bach Flower Essences, discovered in the 1930s by Dr. Edward Bach, they […]

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Ticks pose serious health risks

June 9, 2014

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Lyme disease from ticks

Ticks pose serious health risks by Patricia Martin —  Sunshine and flowers are especially welcome this year following the extremely harsh winter. The season has finally begun for hiking, gardening, picnicking and simply enjoying the great outdoors. It is also now tick season — which means increased exposure to the serious infectious diseases they carry. […]

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Fight for your right to choose non-vet practitioners

May 17, 2014

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Fight for your right to choose non-vet practitioners by Lisa Ross-Williams —  As humans, we have the right to use alternative and wellness practitioners who are not medical doctors but, according to the current wording of Arizona Revised Statutes 32-2231 (acts constituting the practice of veterinary medicine), we do not have the right to do […]

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Hope for brain disorders

February 17, 2014

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  by Carol Keppler —  The brain’s importance in living a productive life is a given. But many people struggle in a society where brainpower is that which puts one at the top of the ladder. To date, we are still without solid evidence of a “cure” (reversal of symptoms) for most brain disorders. These […]

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Want to avoid high vet bills?

February 17, 2014

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  by Debbie Williams —  Our wonderful, loyal, furry friends give us years of enjoyment and companionship; however, they can leave us way too soon. Kittens and puppies are mischievous, playful and full of energy. The elderly dog’s tail still wags, but its body does not move so well anymore. Pets seem to give us […]

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Healing your animals’ fears and other negative emotions

September 19, 2013

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by Barbara J. Paster —  We can help our animals heal negative emotions and live better, happier lives. Expressing our love and compassion to them just a few minutes a day is one easy way to help them feel happier and healthier. Animals are connected to us on deep emotional levels. They always feel what […]

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Lessons from the animals of Katrina

April 4, 2013

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by Kris Lecakes Haley —  Every pet guardian can attest to the fact that the animals with whom we share our lives are masterful teachers, providing us with infinite opportunities to explore our own self-truth. Last year, however, we learned that equally poignant wisdom may be shared with us by animals we have never met, […]

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Modeling compassion

October 29, 2012

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by Kris Lecakes Haley —  Be they furry, finned or feathered, our companion animals provide us infinite opportunities to explore empathy and express compassion. Imagine yourself relaxing alongside your pet, stroking his or her fur as you utter a contented sigh. As your child plays happily nearby, feelings of gratitude and peace flood over you. […]

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Mixed blessings

October 16, 2012

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by Kris Lecakes Haley —  Teachers wear many disguises. Thoughtfully peering through them, we can find that, while well-camouflaged in fur, feathers and fins, animals are among the most masterful educators in the world. We have all read accounts of animal heroes, where stories of obvious courage and altruism are well documented. However, consider for […]

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Three simple rules for a happy relationship

October 9, 2012

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by Rochelle Sparrow —  My family took in a dog about eight months ago, a small female black lab, that we named Fechine. Fechine was unsocialized, very frightened and would not even walk into my house. We had to carry her because she was so scared that she could not control her bowel movements. My […]

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What we think about, comes about

October 6, 2012

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by Lori Keeley —  Did you know that your thoughts create your reality? Whatever you are experiencing in your life is a direct result of the thoughts you repeatedly play through your mind. Our thoughts are real energies which manifest our lives and reality. Whatever we focus on is what we create. Take the time […]

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Economies of spiritual scale

September 27, 2012

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by Kris Lecakes Haley —  Recently, media reports of poisoned pet food and the resulting deaths led to a public outrage. An unusual form of rat poison, illegal in the U.S., was found in several brands of dog and cat food, a tragedy that resulted in the death by kidney failure of almost 20 animals. […]

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