11/11/2008 15:33

My friend Juancho has an excellent blog with great eco-conscious information. I highly recommend paying it a visit for wonderful tidbits of eco friendly information Juancho can always be found anywhere eco friendly clothing is sold, vegetarian supply stores and fair trade coffee houses.

10/11/2008 12:49

3 months ago, I made the decision to take the 7 day vegetarian challenge. Those 7 days have now turned into 3 months. I feel better. I have loads of energy. My digestion is better. I just feel great! Research is showing just how healthy a vegetarian diet can be. I don't see myself going back to eating meat anytime soon. Why would I when I feel so good.

Not only is eating vegetarian good for your health, but it is also good for the enviroment and the animals of this planet as well. Eating vegetarian reduces your carbon footprint on the planet and many of the slaughter houses abuse and mistreat animals. Most people who become vegetarian feel a sense of peace within them after switching to a vegetarian diet. You can get more information on becoming vegetarian at

25/10/2008 06:18

There is one simple power that would solve almost all issues in the world.

There would be no war. There would be no hunger. There would be no pain. There would be no seperation.

This one law that would make this change is the law of equality.

Imagine if all people were treated as equal. Race, religion, gender, sexual prefrence and age. Imagine if all animals were treated as our equals?

Would it really be that hard to do? To give everyone respect for their birthright?

Why not try to hold the thought of equality in your mind this week. See what the power of equality brings to your life.

25/10/2008 06:14

His name is Arton Baleci. His goal is to become a professional footballer in a year. Check out his site here

He will be using NLP to acheive this goal. I wish you all the best Arton! I am confident you can reach the goal that you have set for yourself!

25/09/2008 12:01
  • 3 whole carrots finely chopped
  • 1 can kidney beans
  • 1 can of Chickpeas
  • 1 red onion finely chopped
  • 6 cloves of garlic diced
  • 1 white potato chopped
  • 1 Sweet potato or yam chopped
  • 1 can stewed tomatoes or 3 large tomatoes chopped
  • 1 can tomato sauce (Plain)
  • 1 can of tomato paste
  • 1 can of corn or 3 corn on the cob (cut the corn off the cob)
  • 1 package of vegan soy ground beef substitute
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1 table spoon olive oil
  • 6 mushrooms (regular) or one large portabello chopped
  • 1 green pepper or 1 red pepper chopped
  • 2 Tablespoons of cayenne pepper
  • 4 tablespoons of Chili powder
  1. In a med-large pot add olive oil and stir in onions and garlic until cooked down
  2. add vegan soy ground beef substitute and cook until brown
  3. remove from heat
  4. add beans, chick peas, carrots, sweet potato, tomatoes, corn, salt, mushrooms, peppers, tomato sauce (Don't add the tomato paste yet)
  5. Fill the pot with water leaving 2-3 inches at the top
  6. place on burner and bring to a boil for 20-30 minutes stirring frequently
  7. add cayenne pepper and chili powder to taste. You may need less or more depending on your own personal taste.
  8. Turn down heat to 2 and let simmer for 4 hours stirring occasionally.
  9. At the end of the 4 hours stir in can of tomato paste as a thickening agent.
  10. Let simmer for 10 more minutes
  11. serve with corn bread
  12. Makes enough for 1 meal plus leftovers

Hearty Vegan Chili @ Group Recipes

25/09/2008 07:39

Most people don't reach for a glass of water when they wake up! Coffee and orange juice have become staples of our morning meals. Could you imagine going for 8 hours at work without drinking anything. Chances are you would be dehydrated and parched. When we wake up after 8 hours of sleep our body needs to be hydrated. German scientists recently found that drinking 16 ounces of water boosts metabolism by 24 percent for 90 minutes afterward. For anyone trying to let go of weight, this is an excellent tip, but also for anyone trying to cut down on caffine and sugar. Our bodies love water, so start waking up to a cup and see the benefits it provides!

17/09/2008 10:03

Life can get busy with bills to pay, deadlines to meet, appointments and social engagements to attend. When the dust finally settles at the end of the day it can leave some peoples minds racing. Sleep issues are more common than ever in this day and age. There are many reasons why people have difficulty falling asleep at night. Relationship problems, financial worries, anxiety, stress, a feeling of not being safe and countless others. Hypnosis can help to alleviate sleeping issues quickly enabling those that use this form of treatment to fall asleep quickly and stay asleep.

Sometimes insomnia can be related to more serious health issues. This is why I recommend being examined by a physician to make sure someones health is fine before trying any form of treatement for sleep issues. If there is no serious issues with health, hypnosis may be an excellent choice to help finally get some shut eye. In my experience most people that arrive at my clinic for sleep issues end up falling asleep during the hypnosis session. While this is great, hypnosis works better when someone is in hypnosis and not asleep. When someone falls asleep there brainwaves enter deeper states that are no longer considered hypnosis. A good hypnotist or hypnotherapist is aware of this and works with the individual to ensure they stay in a hypnotic state so they can respond as needed. It's important to ensure the clients focus remains on the session and hypnotists voice, even if it does feel good to finally catch some zzzzz's. By having the client focus on the session, a hypnotist is ensuring that the client has a much higher chance of success. Trust me, after a day of relaxing music it is enough to make me want to catch forty winks, but I have luckily trained myself to stay conscious by always focusing on the client. (We actually have a rule as hypnotists, and that is "Make sure the client always goes into hypnosis FIRST! lol)

If you are having difficulty falling asleep and would like to book a session, contact me directly or find a hypnotherapist in your area that you can work with.


17/09/2008 09:47

Oprah has finally had past life regression on here program for the first time. I highly recommend checking out the link below. It's wonderful that she is presenting this information to the main stream now!

02/09/2008 23:27

I have decided, with the suggestion of my clients, to begin offering phone sessions to anyone that is unavailable to make it into my clinic office. The details are under phone sessions on the main website page of

02/09/2008 23:26

Changing unwanted behaviors is not an easy task. If it was, we would all be millionaires, be fit, healthy and living the good life. Our old patterns of behavior sometimes hold us back from being the best that we can be.

Our subconscious mind is the store house of all our patterns of behavior. Good or bad. How many times do people say to themselves “I am going to go to the gym and eat healthy!” They buy a new pair of running shoes, a membership to the gym and begin to eat healthy. But a few days later they find themselves skipping the gym, buying a container of ice cream on the way home and wind up feeling like a failure. Then they say to heck with it and they are right back where they started.

Old habits die hard, they say. (Whoever ‘they’ are!) But they don’t have to. Here are some tips to help you change some of those habits that you would like to be free of. Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy is a fast and effective way to change behaviors. Here are some tips that can make changing your behaviors and habits easier

Try something different this time-If you have tried going to the gym but find your attendance lacking, perhaps joining a sports team would be a better choice. If you are stopping smoking and have tried cold turkey, maybe reducing the amount first is a better choice. Come up with new ways to reach your goal!

Failure can be a positive thing If you use it right- Learn from past failures by looking back at those times. Make a choice to do something different in the future when a similar situation arises.

Have a game plan and stick to it- If what we are doing doesn’t work for us, we tend to go back to the old pattern of behavior. Have a game plan that included a back up plan, or even better, two! By having a back up plan available it increases our chance of success.

Go easy on yourself- Remember that you are learning to do something different. That takes time. Learning to type takes time, learning to read took time! Be as gentle with yourself as you were when you were learning to tie your shoe! Enjoy the experience of change because it feels good when you finally make it!

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