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19
Jul

Understanding Your Soul Group Dynamic

9 Roseway Wellington Telford Shropshire TF1 1JA

Gain clarity on relationships, life events and family dynamics, by seeing from a Soul and Akashic perspective. Re-frame, heal and overcome the past. Re-forge your identity by understanding your place within the Soul group and Soul’s overall purpose...

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19
Jul

Rebuilding the Authentic You

9 Roseway Wellington Telford Shropshire TF1 1JA

Close the gap between you and your authentic self. To bring mind, body and spirit into deeper balance and alignment. Wherever you are on your life journey there is an authentic true blend of you waiting to emerge from within, hardwired to succeed, be...

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12
Mar

DISCOVER RAHANNI CELESTIAL HEALING

The Plough and Harrow 88 southdown Road Harpenden Hertfordshire AL5 1PR

At Harpenden Complementary Health we hold regular open networking and presentation meetings on the second Tuesday of the month. This month on the 12th March Lynda Jakiro is giving a presentation on Rahanni Healing. Restoring and maintaining our he...

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From the Blog

Happiness: Not for Sale, How Income Disparities between a Man and Woman affect their Relationship

Women are set to earn more in any profession within 25 years. From traditional housewives with a little control over major household decisions, the number of women earning more than their partners has significantly increased in the past years. This however, doesn’t buy male’s happiness, a new study suggest.

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Recollecting Binge Drinking Episodes Using Present Verb Tense May Help People Cut Back the Habit, New Study Found

Whenever we recall past experiences, the standard grammar rule tells us to use past tenses. But with binge drinkers, talking about their experiences with alcohol abuse using the present tense instead of the past tense can positively impact their future behaviour, a new study suggests.

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I am not ok as I pretend to be...

am not ok as I pretend to be. I can fake a smile any day anytime... Feeling suicidal can be associated with; loss, anxiety, depression, medical conditions, drug and alcohol dependancy, financial, legal or school problems.

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