Starting On World Qigong and Tai Chi Day, Saturday, April 25, 2020, John Will Lead A Specially Designed Morning CoronaVirus COVID-19 Qigong Session Designed To Boost Your Immune System and Lungs
The Morning Qigong Session Is Free For the next seven days, John will be leading a free morning Qigong routine online. We are starting on Word Qigong and Tia Chi Day, Saturday, April 25, 2020. It will be a one-hour routine with movements chosen to strengthen the lungs, clear the […]
By Hilde and John Kearney Photo by Hilde Kearney SUMMER HARVEST How about summertime and the amazing abundance from nature… Have you ever tried to make RAW FOOD Hummus? Mmmmmmmmm…. We are so lucky to be connected to an organic farm, and all the heavenly seasonal produce available there. Everyone […]
By Hilde H. Olsen and John Kearney. Photo by Derek Thomson on Unsplash Kundalini explained Kundalini is a profound spiritual experience. It can be experienced in many different ways, some have an overnight, explosive volcano like experience, that threatens to almost rips them apart. Others experience it as layers and layers that deepen […]
This article discusses the benefits of using gratitude in our love relationships. Research has shown the use of gratitude can promote our well being and health (see here for further information). The same also holds true for using gratitude in our love relationships. As the following quote indicates, the benefits […]
To celebrate Valentine’s Day Tuntrelife thought we would show how great being in love can be. So, go ahead and read about the health benefits of love while you overindulge in your heart-shaped chocolate candies (ahem, I mean have another fruit smoothie — hehe).
Here is an article from WebMD about the Health Benefits of love.
Whether it is being in love or making love, it is all good for you, so you should be doing it for Valentine’s Day.
Imbolc was traditionally celebrated as the time of year where people started to think about spring but they were still focused on making it through the harsh winter season. Our ancestors were making offerings during this time in hopes that the remaining provisions from their harvest would last. In a […]
Everyone has heard of Groundhog Day, but did you know its origins date back to the Celtic Holiday, Imbolc. Here is an amazing article from True Highlands about the history of the Imbolic holiday and the roots of Groundhog Day. Imbolc is a traditional Celtic holiday falling between the Winter […]
Written last year during a breakdown of the polar vortex, this article provides an in-depth look at how climate change produced by global warming causes a disruption of the Polar Vortex and extremely cold temperatures. The article does a good job explaining how decreased sea ice levels weaken and shift […]