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Volume 9 Issue 2
July/Aug 2003

Drum-Drum! Drum-Drum!

Broccoli! Bursting With Nutrition!

Intestinal Cleansing
Grass Roots to the Healing Process

Gain Clarity — Improve Healing

Becoming the Creator of Your Life!

Editorial

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Volume 9 Issue 2 — July/August 2003
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Drum-Drum! Drum-Drum!
A Gift That Heals

by Kellie Welk

Drum is a gift that came to me March 13, 1998. I held it with wide-eyed awe, I fed it with a spray of water and held it to my face, breathing in the scent of this living being. Smiling with a distant familiarity at the touch and the smell, child-like emotions arose in me as I stroked the skin and smeared the spray of water so it would reach all parts of its face. I gently played it with my hands and held it to my heart. I smiled at the knowing Shaman who had handed me this life force called Drum. So it began, my journey to reach into the unknown, my journey to begin to understand my life in yet another dimension; to acknowledge my inner emotions more deeply and to find a new connection with my higher self.

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Broccoli! Bursting With Nutrition!
by Paulette Millis

The name "broccoli" comes from the Italian, "brocco," meaning arm or branch. The cluster of green flowerbuds branches from a thick green stem, with additional, small, clusters sprouting from the stem at the attachment of the leaves. Broccoli is a close relative to cauliflower and somewhat related to cabbage, Brussels sprouts, and kale. Broccoli originated in the Mediterranean and history has it that the Romans ate it in the first century after Christ. It remains popular in Italy, where many varieties, including purple colours, are grown. Broccoli was introduced to England early in the 18th century and called "Italian asparagus!" The English and French remain cool to broccoli to this day, although it has become very popular as an American vegetable since the 1920s.

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Intestinal Cleansing
Grass Roots to the Healing Process
by Glen (McClare) Pavelich

As a holistic health practitioner, I believe intestinal cleansing is the grass roots of any health or rejuvenation program. Despite the value of the nutritional supplements on the market they don't always get to the source of the problem. If poor health is due to a build up of toxic waste in the tissues, then no amount of herbs, homeopathics, vitamins, minerals, or other supplements is going to correct the problem if these products are merely addressing individual symptoms.

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Gain Clarity — Improve Healing
by Frank Jordan

Let's define clarity as a state of consciousness where all levels of our system are free from interference, and function at the highest level possible in our experience as Spiritual Beings. My first experience of clarity came when I was snow bound on the ranch, so I took the opportunity to explore meditation, and my guides took the opportunity to fire up my Kundalini energies; I spent days wracked with energy flows rippling up my spine. The use of a dowsing tool–reaching to the subconscious and super-conscious mind–opened my psychic, intuitive channels. Inner knowing began to rise into my conscious awareness. I knew, but had no matrix of understanding, no way to relate to what I knew.

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Becoming the Creator of Your Life!
by Patricia Barclay

Upon my journey into life I came knowing that life could be miraculous. I came knowing that something big was going to happen in my lifetime. I came knowing a supreme Creator exists in the Universe, and I came knowing that I could be a creator. My challenge was finding someone who could teach me how to be that Creator. At a subconscious level this longing for knowing the Creator in myself had left me sad, lonely, depressed, angry, and at times sick.

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Editorial
by Melva Armstrong

I recently treated myself to a holiday in Ottawa and Toronto, joyfully visiting old friends and getting to know new ones. While away I was reading a book called, …and the truth shall set you free by David Icke. His introduction is titled, "We are what we think." Then shortly thereafter he reminds us that "Knowledge is power!" These words rang very strongly inside me. They are simple yet very profound. After I read them I realized that I must have knowledge in order to know myself. It reminded me that I must take the time to listen to my inner knowledge (as well as acquiring outer knowledge) and to keep my own counsel so that I am not controlled and manipulated by external circumstances, both locally and globally.

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