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Frequencies

When I tune into the spirit world, I do not sense every spirit that is in the spirit world. On an average day I carry a certain vibe that attracts like vibration to me, and this includes spirits. The spirits I sense when I am out and about have similarities to me that include my interests, hobbies, soul work, relationship issues etc. This is one reason a medium cannot guarantee who will come through during a reading. He/she can only attract like beings. So, how do mediums tune into a frequency different from our own in order to sense the loved ones of our clients?

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Fishing Days

Growing up I went fishing with my dad and by fishing I mean mostly ran around and asked for snacks and complained about getting bug bites. I loved being outside. I loved catching frogs and salamanders and getting muddy, but what I didn’t love was having to sit quietly so we didn’t scare the fish away. I didn’t have the patience for sitting still unless I was reading a book. To be honest, I still don’t. I love hanging out with my dad though and I very much love getting to look back on some of those fishing memories together. 

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Learn More About Somatics with Kristin Jackson

Somatics describes any practice that uses the mind-body connection to help you survey your internal self and listen to signals your body sends about areas of pain, discomfort, or imbalance. When Kristin Jackson experienced a life altering tragedy in 2011, she had to find a way to heal the pain in her body. She is now a clinical somatic educator and helps other people become pain-free. Kristin said, “I know it sounds cliché, but somatics changed my life.” Rumble conducted a Q&A with Kim to learn more about this powerful treatment.  

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Boo!

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | A couple of weeks ago I awoke to loud music playing. I mean dance party, throw down loud! I thought one of my neighbor’s was having a party. I looked at the clock, 4am. #%@*!!!!!  What was happening?

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Plateau Pickup

Join neighbors, friends, family and co-workers for the annual Plateau Pickup on Saturday, April 15. Volunteers will begin at Kelsey- Hutchinson Founders Park on Pine Street at 8:30 a.m., where they will receive their geographic assignment. Stretches of U.S. 64, N.C. 28, N.C. 106 parts of downtown Highlands will be covered. Groups, families and individuals are welcome.

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Crispy Baked Tofu

They say that tofu is a chameleon food, and it takes on whatever flavors it’s surrounded by or marinated in. After eating plant-based for over six months, I can attest that this is true. 

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9 Ways to Fuel Your Body

Change happens with small, consistent actions and habits. A few tweaks to your daily lifestyle can make you feel more alert, productive, content, and energetic. Following these nine steps will make your body healthier and your life more fulfilling.

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Highlights, heating systems and the law of attraction

By Sabrina Matheny • Remember Highlights’ hidden pictures? These are pictures of common scenes that have images hidden within them. For example, a moving day scene could have a picture of a domino hidden on the side of stacked boxes. This puzzle develops a child’s ability to recognize a figure in a different context. As adults, I propose we use everyday life as our puzzle and transform our current experience by locating our hidden limiting belief. Our interactions with others are our common scenes. We participate in these scenes by enacting patterns that are shaped by our life experiences and reflect our ongoing beliefs.

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Sushi Bake

If you’re anything like us then you ended 2022 with heavy amounts of food and good drinks. You also probably made a resolution to start the year eating better and drinking less. In our house, we found the best way to do that has been trying out new recipes at home. 

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