Spotlighted Practitioner "Rachel J. Wetzsteon, PhD" Apple Valley, Minnesota
Rachel Wetzsteon PhD

Rachel Wetzsteon, PhD facilitates healing through the human energy field. The effects of our emotions and our life experiences are held in our spiritual body, or our energy field. Over time, this can lead to physical disease, injuries, and other life issues. Rachel uses her intuition and ability to move energy to help you to […] Read More

Latest Blog Posts

Follow Your Amazing Inner Barometer of Intuition
Claire Candy Hough

    The Posse of Angels wishes to remind everyone, and they do mean everybody, that we all have intuitive abilities. This is not just relegated to those who call themselves clairvoyants, and one does not have to utilize it through a professional business in order to benefit from acting... Read More

Regenerative Juice

 This is a power juice, given to me by  Ramon Alberto Escobar, Bioenergy medicine and well-being expert, he told me how it was used in hospital  on terminal cancer patients in Venezuela with a great success rate and I saw  its  Regenerative power when his mother was  thought to be... Read More

SUMMER SOLSTICE SUPER VOLCANO
Peter Ross Voigt

SUMMER SOLSTICE SUPER VOLCANO Posted by Peter It’s been a while since a blog has been posted here, but recently I had an experience so amazing, it just had to be shared.   My fiance, Marién and I recently attended our second Summer Solstice Sadhana at Ram Das Puri in New Mexico. This is... Read More

Eat For Your Skin
Cheryl Anderson-Hinz

  A lot of foods or ingredients in foods can help protect your skin.  Here are some suggestions: First try to eat locally and organically to get the full benefit of the nutrients. Eat REAL food, grown from the earth and not processed. Processed foods cause irritation of the digestive tract that... Read More

Few words that has to be said
Lukasz Kisa

We are all tired of looking at the telly and being constantly bombarded with so many upsetting news. I definitely don’t want to depress you even more… However, I do think that something has to be finally said, and that’s why I decided to write these few words. Many of... Read More

Big thank You for everyone that decide to participate on the Holiday Love Campaign
Lukasz Kisa

I’m so glad that I listened to the guidance to do this “Holiday Love Campaign”. Sending energy itself was truly amazing experience and the fact that so many people decided to participate and help people without expecting anything in return just makes me so happy… Big thanks to everyone who’s... Read More

What I have learned about life from my relationship with my dog!

  I have learned a lot about life from my dog. Some of the things I have learned do not necessarily serve me well, like chasing my own tail is not a good use of my time. Watching my dog chase her tail however, is. And, I am not fond... Read More

Holiday Love Campaign
Lukasz Kisa

Hi my amazing friends! As the holiday season approaches, it’s an excellent opportunity for us to help make it one of the most magical times of the year for our friends, loved ones and anyone that we ever thought.The biggest joy comes from giving joy to somebody else so let’s... Read More

I love you guys!

I love you guys! Why do I say that? Well cuz it is true first of all, but I have another reason. Practice! See I had a experience this week that has stuck with me and I thought I would share it. I have a client who has been coming... Read More

Are You Going to Take This Sitting Down?
Chris Hanson

Are You Going to Take This Sitting Down? Posted on November 15, 2013 Prolonged sitting at work and a sedentary lifestyle are now widely regarded as major obstacles to health. As a chiropractor I daily see the effects of de-conditioned spines from desk work. It can take the form of... Read More

Yoga for Early Childhood
Milissa Link

Yoga for Early Childhood by Milissa on October 9, 2012 in Chanting,Children,Creativity,Mindful Nature,Nature,Peaceful Preschooler,Seasons,Toddlers,Transition,Yoga What can bring a preschool teacher to her knees? Well, there are lots of things, but I’m talking literally here. (Hint: it starts with the letter “Y.”) That’s right, Yoga! Last weekend I presented Yoga for... Read More

The War on Sugars… and why it’s not entirely correct:
SchaOn Blodgett

The War on Sugars… and why it’s not entirely correct: Holiday Tips so you can still eat those Sweet Treats by SchaOn Blodgett, CCP, BTAT As the holidays come upon us, we are tempted by those fantastic sugary treats that we have grown to love and adore, and some seem... Read More

A New Resolution: Taking Care of Yourself
Cathy Podd

Whether or not you make resolutions, it’s become more important than ever to take care of yourself. Besides living a long life and being around for your loved ones (including children), don’t you want your long life to be as stress-free as possible? Many people are probably laughing at that... Read More

Aromatherapy of the Week: Allspice
Cathy Podd

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Relieve stress with chiropractic care.
Barbo Brost

  Traffic Jams. Paying bills. Deadlines. Pesky neighbors.  These unpleasant or challenging situations create stress in our lives.  So why is it some people deal with these stress situations better than others?  The answer is complex and includes many factors from genetics to weather conditions, but communicating with your chiropractor... Read More