Monthly Archives: July 2017

Food Poisoning Fixes

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  A friend just called and said she had food poisoning. Neighbors were going on a trip and in exchange for being taken to the airport, they brought her a plate of food. She was happy she didn’t have to cook later that day. Too bad her stomach was not happy. She was down for […]

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$5 For Your Cherish Pads Sample

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The Cherish pads are here–regular and overnight! They are available for your purchase and trial. Call or text me at (201) 966-1170 pronto, because these are going to go fast. I want your testimonials. You get 10 pads per package and this will probably last you for one period. If you like them, you’ll want […]

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5 Reiki Aspects in My New Book

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I continue to fine-tune Reiki aspects in the text of my new book, at the same time as the graphic artist finalizes the cover and other artwork. Reiki for me is like a waterfall of spirit, nothing other than refreshing, reviving and healing. Light on Reiki and Neo-African Mysticism will write new pages of history, her-story […]

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OIL UP! 4 Astonishing Benefits

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I’m known as the Oil Lady and I’ll oil up in public at the drop of a hat. This HealMobile needs oiling consistently! I’m not being OCD or holier-than-thou or even plain old mercenary (always toting a bag of oils to sell). Yes, these ARE in play. And in PLAY is the truth of the matter. […]

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Listening Post — Poem

I am a listening professional I am a listening confessional I’ve heard things i don’t want to hear I’ve heard things I had to hear and when I listened I confessed I took to fête what I heard and I danced it out and now I profess it.   this life is a celebration of […]

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Celery: Good Food I Don’t Like

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Ever bought a tunafish sandwich that tasted more like celery than fish? I used to cross off my list any diner that scrimped on my beloved tuna or tuna melt. This was before I learned of the mercury, heavy metals and other health-robbing issues surrounding the harvest of fresh fish (not to mention canned). Somewhere […]

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9 Ways to Express Independence

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July Fourth. U.S. Day of Independence. My father Conrad Clare’s day of birth in 1925. As I grew older I called him a Maroon. These fabled and quite real escapees from enslavement took to the hills on Jamaica and other islands. Couldn’t be caught. Couldn’t be tamed. Did it their way. I’ve always cherished pictures […]

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