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“The Secret” Author Bob Proctor Visits Carnegie Hall on November 14 for Modern Day Millionaire Event

For millions of people, Bob Proctor’s name is synonymous with “success.” Proctor is known as America’s greatest prosperity teacher. Linked to the forefathers of the personal development movement dating back to 1908, his law of attraction-style philosophy has historic roots. Proctor says it all started when Andrew Carnegie, one of the first billionaires, challenged author and impresario Napoleon Hill to ... Read More »

Intuitive Leads Empowerment Workshop at NY Open Center

Intuitive Sue Frederick will lead the workshop Your Divine Lens: Secrets to Finding Purpose and Living in Alignment with Your Soul, from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., November 13, at New York Open Center. Frederick believes we are all highly evolved souls, but life’s challenges often cause us to forget our true purpose and lose touch with our “inner guidance.” In this workshop, she will help participants realign ... Read More »

Band-Aid vs. Alexander Technique

By Mona Al-Kazemi In the journey of life, each one of us has choices to make, and every choice has consequences. Luckily, no matter what we choose, there are always lessons we can learn from, whether the choice we make is useful in the moment or not. In other words, whether we make the “right” choice or the “wrong” one, we will learn about ourselves and about the laws ... Read More »

Eastover Estate & Retreat Events

THURS, OCT 12-SUN, OCT 15 Yang Style Taijiquan Teacher Training with Master Yang Fukui, Rick Barrett and Abdi Assadi– Taijiquan is usually taught from the outside in – you learn the choreography, practice for years, and gradually come to understand what’s going on inside. In this seminar, the three teachers/healers teach it from the inside out, showing not just how to feel the qi, but what ... Read More »

New Term Disguises High-Fructose Corn Syrup

The Corn Refiners Association (CRA) has resorted to creating a new label for high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) by calling it “fructose syrup” or just “fructose” because numerous scientific studies have linked it to obesity, Type 2 diabetes and autism. HFCS is a highly processed chemical sweetener used in many processed foods, including breads, cookies, candy, condiments and soft drinks. It ... Read More »

Fracking Water

Action Needed to Protect U.S. Drinking Water Supplies The dangerous practice of fracking (hydraulic fracturing), which combines volumes of toxic chemicals and fresh water to bore for natural gas, has spread to 21 states in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest, as well as Colorado, Texas and California. A particularly intensive drilling area is the Marcellus Shale region, a 600-mile-long bedrock ... Read More »

Nuclear Advancement

Aerospace Giant Closes in on Superior Fusion Power   Lockheed Martin scientists have made a breakthrough in developing a nuclear-fusion-based power source, and estimates that the first commercial reactors, small enough to fit on the back of a truck, could be available within 10 years. “We can make a big difference on the energy front,” says project head Tom McGuire. ... Read More »

MS Patients Improve with High-Tone Electrotherapy

Research from Poland’s Department of Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine, in Lodz, has determined that a pulsed-frequency electrotherapy treatment can significantly improve the functional abilities of multiple sclerosis patients. The researchers tested 20 multiple sclerosis patients randomly divided into two groups. For 60 minutes, one group was given the frequency therapy and the other underwent exercise therapy. The frequency therapy group ... Read More »

Research Supports Herbal Menopause Relief

Natural Health International’s (NHI) Femmenessence™, an herbal formulation that has been shown in clinical studies to significantly reduce menopausal symptoms for up to 80% of women, is now available locally at Willner Chemists, 100 Park Ave, NYC and Markowa Apteka Pharmacy, 831 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn, NY. According to authors Meissner et al., in the International Journal of Biomedical Science (2006 Dec; 2(4): 360–374), Maca-GOÔ, the proprietary ingredient in ... Read More »

Astaxanthin Aids Muscle Recovery

Astudy of Serbian soccer players has found that astaxanthin can significantly decrease inflammation and improve the rate of muscle recovery. Astaxanthin supplements are derived from golden microalgae such as Haematococcus pluvialis. Conducted by researchers from the University of Belgrade School of Medicine, the double-blind study tested 40 young athletes for 90 days. The players were recruited from a Serbian soccer club ... Read More »