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For the Men in Your Life

A good friend of mine and homeopath in Calgary, Donna Powers, just sent me her newsletter and allowed me to forward it to you: For the Men in Your Life “My father was diagnosed with prostate cancer years ago…about 20 years ago or so. Rather than invasive surgery,...

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Something For Men

Hello Everyone, This morning I went for a walk with our dog Brodie. The forest still looks like winter but there is already a whiff of spring in the air, especially when the sun is out. Under a Hemlock fir, I noticed something that grabbed my attention: Between Salal...

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The Salmon and the Cycle of Trauma

The Salmon and the Cycle of Trauma Click on this link https://youtu.be/4LqvPHDN-7I and join me at a creek with spawning salmon. I hope that you find it as exciting as I did. If you have a minute, I would love to hear what you think about the video. Your feedback will...

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Non-Violence

Non-Violence “Homeopathy cures a greater percentage of cases than any other method of treatment. It is the latest and refined method of treating patients economically and non-violently.” Mahatma Gandhi Why is it that so many proponents of homeopathy are highly...

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Cancer – A Call For Help

Cancer – A Call For Help Seven and half a million people die each year from it and the numbers are increasing. Cancer.  We all have friends or relatives suffering from it. We all know its impact for the whole family. The challenge is that the medical treatment of...

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Nothing In It?

Nothing In It? The other day a patient of mine brought me a newspaper article which said that homeopathic remedies had been analyzed chemically and they do not contain any active ingredients. They are all made of glucose pills and the only difference of the thousands...

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Line-Up Angels

Line-Up Angels Have you ever noticed that the little things in life can make a huge difference? Here are two short stories about close encounters with wisdom of the soul in the line-up to the cashier in a local super market. Months ago I was standing in the line-up...

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The Trust of a Jellyfish

The Trust of a Jellyfish Yesterday I was out fishing on Baynes Sound. I was surrounded by fishers. A red necked grebe surfaced with a sculpin in its beak, a seal curiously watched me with big eyes and probably wondered what I was doing. A group of Pacific loons still...

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Shameeah

Shameeah What a strange word. What might it mean? It sounds like something hidden, maybe a hidden treasure in the land of Sindbad the sailor? That comes pretty close. Shameeah is a ceremony into the heart of nature, into the precious core of nature where a treasure is...

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