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What Can You do to Keep Fear & Chaos from Depleting Your Immune System?

Confident Woman in GardenDo you feel all the fear, every time you turn on the TV, pick up a newspaper or read all the posts on Facebook? Did you know that fear can actually weaken your immune system making you more susceptible to viral flu and other illnesses?

Stress and over-stimulation weakens your Immune system

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Are You Gambling with Your Health? 5G Crisis Summit Update

5G Crisis Summit– Dr. Klinghardt Speaks About Autism and Alzheimer’s

Photo of stethoscope and gambling tableAre We Gambling with our Health?

Dr. Klinghardt feels that the use of WiFi has led to the biggest health crisis the human race has ever had to deal with. The increase in WiFi exposure and frequencies has led to the increasing prevalence of sleep disorders, ADD, ADHD, autism, Alzheimer’s, Lyme disease, and a host of other health issues including mental health issues such as anxiety.

For those of you who were not able to listen to the many excellent talks on this summit, we will be giving you a quick summary of the main points of some of the more important talks. In this blog, we’ll talk about Autism and Alzheimer’s Disease as it relates to the many different wireless signals that blanket our globe.

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Off-balance & drained? Are you depleted by our technology or other people’s stress and fear?

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Does this sound like you? You’re doing all the right things…eating well (fresh, non-GMO, etc), exercising, meditating, following doctor’s advice, etc and yet you feel strangely off-balance and unsettled, easily irritated, exhausted, at times even feeling like it’s all too much to handle.

Does it seem like you are inundated by too much noise, too much input, too much emotion, too much energy, too many moving parts (things to keep track of), too much talking, too much overthinking, too much fear and hype? If so, you may be a highly sensitive person.

Not all Highly Sensitive Persons are affected by the same things

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Complete Body Protection from EMF and other dangerous frequencies – EMF Series #13

Get full body energy protection with a BioElectric Shield

If you block cell phone radiation are you protecting your body?

Our answer has to be, it depends!

Individual products like Aulterra and Aegis spray products do an excellent job handling the localized EMF radiation that comes from carrying or speaking on your cell phone. However, EMF radiation comes from many more sources than just your cell phone. WiFi allows the signal to get to your phone and the phone protection products are not stopping the WiFi radiation in the atmosphere from affecting your body!

What’s the difference between cell phone protection and protecting your body?

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Are you living with Anxiety Depression Sleeplessness Exhaustion or Brain fog? What’s going on?

word cloud anxiety, fatigue, phobia, symptoms, dread, scared, turmoil, fear, angest, tension, panic attacksWhat do Anxiety, Depression, Sleeplessness, Exhaustion, Brain fog have in Common?

If you are battling any or even all of the above issues, you’re not alone. It seems that everyone I talk to these days is complaining about most of these issues. In fact, the actual statistics are alarming.

Studies report that high levels of people have been diagnosed with:

  • Anxiety 18%
  • Chronic Sleep issues 18%
  • Depression 7% in one study, 20-30% in others
  • Fatigue & exhaustion – various reports put that number between 20-75% of people.

That’s last is a pretty startling number. I also found it worrisome that the statistics given vary so greatly.

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Tips for Getting through the Holidays with a Little Sanity

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How do you “Do” the Holidays?

Do you thrive on all the activities of the holidays? Do all those lists, shopping, plans, cooking and so on and on leave, you feeling energized or exhausted? If you answered yes, you can quit reading now.

However, if like many of us, you find the Holidays a mixed-bag and often end up feeling exhausted, drained, frustrated or sad, then keep reading.

There is certainly not a one-size-fits-all answer to how do “do” the Holidays. But this is a good time to take a careful assessment of which activities you enjoy, and which you do only because you “should”.

Just a few minutes setting priorities may make all the difference.

Take a few minutes not to set some priorities and things may go a little smoother allowing you to breeze through December with a smile on your face.

Happy Holidays from Virginia & AnnaMariah

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Shopping with Intention: Giving What Only You Can Give – Holiday Survival Series #2

Shopping with Intention

by Carol Burbank, Ph.D.
Guest Blogger

Don’t you just hate the pressure of finding the perfect gift?

I do! I start my holiday shopping early in the fall, because I’m picky about what I give my friends and family. And there are always people “impossible” to buy for! I’m torn between buying what I would want or finding something to fit them. (Hint: if we love it, they’ll probably feel the same way!) Whatever I buy, I worry they won’t be happy.

Are you a Co-Dependent gift giver?

You guessed it. I’m a co-dependent gift giver.  Enough is never enough! Over the years I’ve learned to soften the edges of my holiday shopping anxiety with this simple mantra: It really is the thought that counts!

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7 Tips to De-stress Your Holidays – Holiday Survival Series #1

7 Tips to De Stress HolidaysSimple tips to help you enjoy your holidays with less stress and end the year with ease. A few changes can benefit HSP’s, Empaths, and everyone else as well.

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Parents, Your Kids Aren’t the Only Ones Stressing – Back to School Series #3

SchedulesHow do you fit it all in without losing track of yourself in the shuffle?

As a parent, you have your own schedule and work to worry about, plus making sure your kids get to where they are supposed to be, get their home work done, do well in school, socialize…..it’s a seemingly never-ending list.

Pre-planning can reduce stress and help you ease into the day. It’s easy to be so overwhelmed by it all that it’s hard to focus on what steps to take. Before you know it you are fully embroiled in stress. Here are just a few ideas we hope will help you have a more relaxed school year.

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