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On this hump day in A Week of Well-Being: Holistic Prevention for COVID-19, we want to express the monumental opportunities we are given during this time of the pandemic. One such way is with our food intake. There’s an overwhelming amount of information out there about food and we never attempt to steer people to […]

Recently, a new free webinar series began, hosted by PureEsperanza, titled In the Art of Living. The first webinar focused on eating, not so much about what you eat, but more so about how you eat. The webinar idea has been to bring fresh perspectives of the kinds of programs we would have at El […]

Caterina DeFalco pinpoints a common, practical, and crucial area of our lives that we can easily nurture and produce exceedinly valuable benefits for us and our families. Beautifully prepared for a modern world with old world ingredients of wisdom. Learn more about Caterina’s movement and stay “Plugged In” to what we’ll be cooking up in […]

This you know. So, why write about it? In honesty, partly because all that is expressing itself is somehow reflecting itself from our consciousness. Yet, when we think of our individual consciousness and that of the whole collective consciousness, one at work, turning over and over the same learning again and again, wanting to understand […]

Recently a book, In Defense of Food, by Michael Pollan gave way to this idea of a sensible romance. The author’s wit instantly gave the reader permission to laugh out loud at ourselves and our ways of thinking about food and eating. He poignantly and powerfully advocated for reasons to trust in one’s ability to […]

Tracing the origin of our own personal history and relationship with disappointment informs us of energy leaks connected to our thought patterns. Everyone, of us has had Life experiences strongly associated with feelings, both pleasant and unpleasant. We lived through and have lived with these experiences impressed upon our minds, Those experiences laid the foundation […]

The sun shone gloriously streaming into every nook and cranny as she hustled up the stairs, through the gate, and onto the elevated train platform. With a bird’s eye view she looked over the streets below, feeling the warm radiance of the blinding light upon her face, forcing her to squint, as she soaked in […]

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