NHT News. Vol. 4 No. 2 Mar 2008

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March, 2008                            Volume 4 Issue 2 

In This Issue:  

  • Health in the News: Save your Trash for a Year?
  • What’s New on the Website? More Lists; Our Favorite Movies; Antacids and why NOT to take them long-term, Health Affects of Splenda
  • Case of the Month: Formication, Splenda and Morgellon’s?
  • Product of the Month: Artificial Sweetener Detox drops
  • Media Reviews: The Last Mimzy (Movie)
  • Ask Dr. Moffat: I want to be a healer; where do I start? Muscle Testing Using Lists. Do you always trust the first answer? Effectiveness over the phone vs. in person consults. If you are so intuitive, why do you need so much information?
  • Tips and Tricks for a Healthier Life Downsizing. The Empire of Scrounge
  • Client Testimonials: Cat with diarrhea in a new home. Prolotherapy point to treat was right on.
  • Healthy Recipes: Lentils and Spinach
  • Inspiration & Perspective: The Power of the One Minute Prayer.  Bonnie Barnard’s Radio Talk Show List.
  • What’s New at Our House? Friends of the Library Book Sale. Still looking for our dream property.
  • Local Events: April 4th and 5th Action-Oriented Human Rights Conference. Sept. 13, 2008 Reiki Class for Levels I, II and Master taught by Dr. Moffat. 

(Please note that full names are never used in this newsletter or on my website without the full consent of the sender or client. Some cases also encompass groupings of cases with similar symptoms and suggestions for healing in an attempt to educate the general public.) 

Health in the News: Would you save your trash for a whole year? This man did.  

Ari Derfel is a man who has spent an entire year saving all his trash! Ari, the 35-year-old co-owner of an organic catering company in Berkeley, California wanted to make a point because he was distressed at the wastefulness of our planet’s inhabitants. (I thought of this article while asking for and receiving a polystyrene container for the remainder of my breakfast this week.) 

He discovered that 75% of his trash came from food packaging and other items he bought at the grocery store, so he started shopping at the farmers market using his own bags. When he ate out, he brought his own doggie bag. He also toted his own coffee cup to restaurants. 

Ari has chronicled his trash project at www.saveyourtrash.com  Reference:  (The National Enquirer Feb. 2008) 

Michael and I have purchased reusable tote bags from the local grocery stores to save on the plastic and paper going into the landfill. Now, if we can just remember to bring them into the store with us while we shop. . . 

What’s New on the Website?  

I had big dreams of keeping up this year with the newsletters, but handouts kind of got in my way—not that this is bad for my readers! And I’m having some very interesting cases right now which necessitate the need for more handouts and case studies. Lots of Morgellon’s cases which you’ll hear more about. That’s how the handout on Splenda and Formication came to be—and then the fact that Splenda is causing all kinds of acute gut problems—which meant an Antacid handout.  

Antacids and Why NOT to take them: So many of my clients come to me who are on antacids that I started to make a “quick” handout on why they are not so good to take long term. Of course that turned into a big research project so that I could get everything “just right” and ended up as a major handout on the website. If you are interested in that, go to: /SpecificDiseases/antacids_problems_associated.htm 

Check out the New logos on my site map (/site_map.htm which is always current). I added some more inspirational stories to the inspiration section this month and have lots more to put in there as well. The Astragalus herb is now up (thanks to Mary Charley)/ShoppingCart/Herb_Astragalus.htm 

Updated Lists and More Lists to use during the testing process. I’ve had a lot of cases this month that needed special foods for a variety of problems like allergies, irritable bowel, and neurological challenges so I’ve updated my pet food lists and pet/human shampoo and hair care lists and put them on the site. We now have a list I can test from for Antacids, Antibiotics, Dog foods and there are more to come! And another client built a Horse Treats list because she does clicker training and her horse had some allergies. I never realized there were so many horse treats available! /ExamForms-MedicalIntuitive/list_of_horse_treats.htm

Our Favorite Movies: Sunday is my usual day of Joy so I goofed around and updated my web pages on our favorite movies. We received 34 inches of new snow this last month so have been watching a lot of movies. As you can see from this list, we like romance, comedy, inspirational, “one person can make a difference”, adventure, morals/values, following your life purpose and passions, based on true stories, and good-over-bad (with no violence, evil, darkness, blood, profanity or swearing). We also like metaphysical movies and movies that focus on alternative methods of healing (. . .of course, and I love anything with dancing in it!) /MediaReviews/our_favorite_movies.htm

Case of the Month: Formication, Splenda and Morgellon’s Disease?

I’ve been hearing a lot about formication lately. In the last month I’ve had four people call with this symptom. These are desperate people who just spill out their story because they can’t find anyone to listen to them. They have gone from one doctor to another and are given prescriptions for antidepressants, antipsychotic medications, referred to psychotherapists and sometimes even put into mental institutions. Serious business.

Formication—also called Delusions of Parasitosis (DP for short)—also known as speed bumps, meth sores, crank bugs—is apparently a common symptom in diseases of the spinal cord and peripheral nerves and involves the illusion or hallucination that ants, snakes or other insects are creeping on or under the skin causing 24-hour itching. These people calling me are convinced they are infected by parasites. They see these bugs or parasites “jump” up from their skin and try to grab them. One woman sent me numerous samples that came out of her eyes, nose and scalp. Another woman told me they were on her shins. I put a few samples under my microscope (I admit it took me a few days to get over my fear of doing so!) All I saw were wads of red and blue lint. One sample did have an insect wing in it. Hmmm.

Now WHY were these samples the same color as the one shown on one Morgellon’s site? https://www.morgellonsusa.com/morgellonsusa.html

I saw something VERY similar to this: 

It kind of freaked me out! Could it be that some chemical we are ingesting is causing the collagen fibers under our skin to spaz out, harden and work their way through the skin so that it feels like parasites crawling out? How could these fibers find their way into children as young as three and adults as old as 63?

Gee, shouldn’t we be looking for something simple? Isn’t this kind of like an Occam’s Razor type of thing? Occam’s Razor principle states that, “when you have competing theories which make exactly the same predictions, the one that is simpler is the better.”

Could something so bizarre have a simple answer? 

Upon researching, I found that formication is associated with psychotic states, drug and alcohol abuse (crystal meth, cocaine, amphetamines, heroine, alcohol), certain prescription medications (Ritalin, Adderall and Lunesta), menopause, allergies, diabetic neuropathy, skin cancer and with herpes zoster (shingles).

Why would formication be more common now than say five years ago? What have we changed in our world and what are we exposing ourselves to that would cause this symptom? What is attacking our nervous systems to make us feel this way? And why are we seeing it in all ages? 

The medical books explain the feeling as being caused by a rise in body temperature which increases blood flow to the skin (to counteract the hyperthermia).  Sweat is then produced that contains an enzyme which further increases blood flow. As the sweat evaporates, it removes the protective oils on the skin. This scenario, combined with the toxins released from the skin, also dehydrates the dermal layer creating an itchy sensation on the nerve endings. 

One woman told me that the only time she got relief from the itching was when she smothered her entire body with a natural toothpaste! The itching came back after she washed off the toothpaste. I think she actually would have purchased more, but she already bought every tube in the store! 

If the affected person picks at, scrapes or digs at their skin with fingernails or some kind of instrument, these areas can become infected, scabbed over and eventually produce permanent scars. Occasionally bacteria from these types of sores can enter the bloodstream and cause sepsis within the body requiring strong antibiotics and/or surgical debridement. There have been some cases where people have committed suicide over this constant, non-stop itching sensation. People have also maimed themselves trying to rid themselves of “bugs.” 

Hmmm. I’ve also seen this symptom with yeast infections and allergies to the lubrication on condoms. 

I read one testimonial from a nurse who said she had the symptom (she thinks is Morgellon’s) and that she’s noticed that when a new nurse starts on her floor the new nurse gets the same symptoms as she has after a couple of months.  She stated that several nurses on her floor have these “parasites.” This makes me wonder. I’ve seen nurse’s break room’s in quite a few hospitals. 

Is this thing really contagious? Or is it caused by eating the same foods, drinks, sugar-free cookies, cakes, candy, and soda? How many people are on diets these days? How many people are trying to cut back on the sugar only to replace them with sugar free foods—some of which are recent on the market? Do you really know what are in the foods purchased or brought to that office party, after church social or pot-luck dinner? 

We already know that NutraSweet can cause migraines in some people (and a host of other symptoms), can sequester in the pituitary gland. I learned of one instance a year ago where a man was having a brain tumor removed when the surgeon nicked the pituitary gland and some white substance oozed out. The surgical team had no idea what it was so took a sample and had it analyzed. It was a pool of aspartame! NutraSweet also crosses the blood brain barrier in children less than five years old causing paranoia. 

Now we have Splenda and find that a certain percentage never leaves the system? Where does this stuff go? 

What ARE these hyphae-like fibers coming out of the skin in cases like Morgellon’s disease? Could it be a chemical like Splenda that has been modified by enzymes or acidity within our own body? Many people who tell relate their story to me have told me they have never taken drugs, don’t even take aspirin and react strongly to anything that is drug-related. Does this fit into the picture? 

I may be going out on a limb here, but I suspect many of these cases may be caused by Splenda. I decided last weekend that I’d just go and see how many foods had Splenda in them after reading a few horrifying Morgellon’s blogs on the internet. 

What I found appalled me. Really. 

I found Splenda (Sucralose) in things like: Pedialyte electrolyte replacer and Pedialyte popsicles, Tylenol Simply Stuffy Cold Medicine for children, One-A-Day and Flintstones Children’s vitamins, infant gas relief and laxative drops, ice cream, candy, drinks and beverages of all kinds, NesQuick, coffee creamers, Cool Whip, low-carb tortillas, some breads, bulk sugar-free candy, applesauce, yogurt, pickles, Xenadrine diet pills and a hundred other items! (See the list: /ExamForms-MedicalIntuitive/list_of_splenda_foods.htm.) 

So let me get this straight. We don’t have any long-term studies on Splenda, hardly any studies done on humans and Splenda, and how many studies do we have on the long-term affects of giving our babies and children this stuff? Have we gone insane? 

I wonder how many trips to the emergency room are food additive related. It’s no mystery why many people who consult with me get better when they start eliminating packaged foods and start eating more whole, raw, and additive-free foods! 

Product of the Month: Artificial Sweetener Detox Drops 

What I love about homeopathics is that anything that gets put into the body can be taken out with a homeopathic made of the same toxin. This is the case with the Artificial Sweetener X34 drops made by Professional Complementary Health Formulations. They contain Saccharin (which is still on the market in toothpastes I noticed), Aspartame (Nutrasweet), Sucralose (Splenda) and cyclamates.  

The dose is about 10 drops/day for several weeks and then one dropperful once or twice as needed upon exposure to these toxins. Of course the big challenge is to keep reading labels and avoiding these symptom-causing substances! If you’d like to review the NutraSweet and Splenda handouts go to:   

Media Reviews: Movie—The Last Mimzy 

Michael and I loved this metaphysical 5-Star family movie about a little girl, Emma (Rhiannon Leigh Wryn) and her older brother Noah (Chris O’Neil) who found a “pod” on the beach of their summer home witch contained some strange and lovely toys and a little stuffed bunny Emma called Mimzy who talks to Emma mind-to-mind.  As the children play with these toys they begin to display higher and higher intelligence levels. Their principal and teachers tell their parents that they seem to have grown beyond genius. Their parents are also realizing that something extraordinary is happening. Telekinesis and mandalas are featured in the movie. 

A mandala is a generic term for any plan, chart or geometric pattern that represents the cosmos metaphysically or symbolically. Mimzy has something to do with the cosmos. 

When a blackout shuts down the city, governmental agencies trace the source of the power surge to Emma’s house. Things quickly spin wildly out of control. The children try to hide the toys, but the government agents take their parents. The children eventually lead the agents to the special toys and a scientific scan shows that Mimzy is part electronic, and part organic! Everyone realizes that they are involved in something incredible…but exactly what?

What I liked about the film is that Noah’s school teacher listens to the kids when no one else seemed to take them seriously. Some teachers are like that. I’ve always loved that.

The movie was based on a sci-fi short story by Lewis Padgett and is rated for children age 8 and above (although I think smaller children would like the movie as well). It is produced by Michael Phillips (The Sting, Close Encounters of the Third Kind) and directed by Bob Shaye (executive producer of, among other films, The Lord of the Rings trilogy).


Ask Dr. Moffat:  

Hello . . .I have decided to leave corporate America!! Exciting, but scary at the same time. I want to pursue a career in the holistic field and would like your help with some suggestions. I have lots of experience in sales/marketing and would somehow like to incorporate this experience with the holistic field.  I think the raw food lifestyle is the way to go for perfect health and many are so uneducated in it and I would like to help spread the word.

I am contacting you as I know many of you have been able to make a living doing what you love and believe in as I would like to do. I would appreciate any feedback on the best way you think I should go about this. I would love to counsel people, but I am not sure if I feel qualified. I do know a lot just from my own health issues that I have conquered through diet/life style changes and believe in the Natural Hygiene Life Style.

I look forward to hearing any suggestions that you may have. Thank you!  In your health, Cynthia A.  

Dear Cynthia. For starters:

  • Don’t quit your day job before you get established. Building a business takes time and effort and never seems to make the money you think it will in the time you think it will take.
  • Be willing to take odd jobs to cover expenses until established.
  • Get a certificate in something.
  • Find out the laws for your state focusing on your interests to see what you need to do.
  • Look into the building codes if you decide to work out of your house.
  • Don’t advertise network marketing companies . . . you need to build your own business not someone else’s (although they provide really great growth opportunities!)
  • Learn from every client and patient as they we are all angels in each other’s lives.
  • Read, read, read. Never stop learning.
  • Let Spirit guide you as to what He/She has in store for you.
  • Try out a few healers to see what it’s all about (and pay for the visit–we get lot’s of people email us like this.)
  • Join a local metaphysical club—or start one if that’s what it takes—to get to know the other healers in your area and what is out there for you.
  • Build a “healers directory” so that you can refer people to the people and techniques they need to experience to get well (you can’t help everyone!)
  • Attend Mind Body Spirit conferences to see what’s out there.
  • Build a content-rich website, but understand that it sometimes takes years for it to make you enough money to live off of.
  • Advertise with a wide variety of techniques, but do set a budget. This can get out of control very quickly. Each town is different and responds to different types of advertising so try a lot of modalities.  
  • Don’t be afraid to turn down a client if you don’t feel right about them in some way. God will provide others.
  • Get clarity on what you want (types of clients, what you will provide, etc.) 

Good luck Cynthia! 

Dr. Moffat: I have heard recently that one can accurately test lists of stuff, instead of needing the actual stuff with them. Is that correct? 

Yes. I do this all the time. I test big lists, catalogues, emotions, past lives, etc. If that is your intention to tap into this type of information, that is what you will get (no matter who tells you that you can’t do that!) I found all the test kits cumbersome and expensive, but that’s how I first started out. It was a good method to build up my confidence with the physical product first, but now I work mostly on the phone and don’t use the test kits.

Question: I sometimes recheck my muscle testing and get a different result. Should I just go with the first answer?  

Answer: For what? Give me an example. I’ll give you one: “I would love some chocolate. Should I have some?” I get the answer, “No.” 

An hour later—“I’d love some chocolate. Can I have some now?” No. 

An hour later—“I’d love some chocolate, should I have some? 

My Guides answer THIS time: “Oh brother! Just EAT the chocolate and STOP asking us the same question over and over if you’re not going to honor our opinion anyway. Stop wasting our time!” 

Get it? Also, if your question was not clear enough or precise enough in the first place, your Guides may give you a different answer than they would have if they had a better quality question.  Experience and interaction with other healers teaches you your limits in this type of testing and also teaches you a better quality of questions to ask. For more information on what types of things you can test, go to:  /HealingTechniques/many_uses_of_muscle_testing.htm

Good Morning. I would like to set up an appointment with you.  In addition, I would appreciate a brief explanation of your long distance healing practice and its effectiveness vs. a personal visit.  Thank you, Dianna

Hi Dianna. The effectiveness of muscle testing (for me) does not seem to be any different working in person vs. working over the phone in the terms of accuracy. I’ve been doing this for about 15 years now and study all the time. Did you read the What I Do handout? It explains what I do. /ExamForms-MedicalIntuitive/what_I_do.htm

Dr. Moffat: It was nice talking to you on the phone.  I read about your work and what you do during a session.  I would appreciate it if you could address my dilemma.  You indicate that you are a medical intuitive, having the ability to tap into your patient’s energy field and, in effect, identify problem areas and imbalances, as the case may be.  In fact, if you do have this gift, why do you need your patient’s disclosure as to his/her ailments prior to the initial consultation?  Dianna

Dianna. My left brain seeks all that information I write down for history and concerns section of the exam. I’ve noticed over the years that the more you know about your body and how it works, the better and more accurate answers my Guides and your Guides give you. For instance, if a man comes in with a belly ache and points to his lower bowel area it’s not a belly ache. And so, he wouldn’t get all the ideas and suggestions someone would get if they actually knew their anatomy, knew how to describe the discomfort and knew the nutrients in the foods they were eating. The more you know, the more you get. Those people who just call in and “test me” only get a bit of information because my Guides know better and feel it is a waste of their time when they know the person on the other end is not taking things seriously and not going to use the information appropriately.

Also, I’ve noticed that many medical Intuitives have never even had any in-depth background in anatomy, physiology, nutrition, pharmacolgy, pathology, etc. so I think I have really good Guides that love working with me because they know that I know a WHOLE bunch. I want to honor that by doing the best job I possibly can.

Little clues I receive over the years have sometimes made a big difference. For example, one person was having long-term trouble with digestion. He asked to use my bathroom one time and after he left I noticed there were chunks in the toilet. Like he didn’t chew his food before he swallowed it! Well, duh! Did his doctors ask him that? No.

I’ll take the information however I can get it including listening to the kids, the relatives and seeing what patterns of illness even their pets have that could be similar within the family unit.

Another client who is a nurse with cancer only bathed twice a week. Thirty percent of all the body’s toxins come out through the skin. If you don’t bathe, how are you supposed to keep up with detox? My Guides had me ask that client about her bathing habits or I would have just assumed she bathed on a daily basis.  

A long-term female client was visiting one Saturday morning and I asked her if she wanted some eggs. “I’ll cook them.” She said. Well, I had been working on the weight loss thing with her for years and only then figured out why she wasn’t responding. . .she put in more than a tablespoon of butter in the frying pan, cooked the eggs, plopped them onto her plate then drizzled the leftover butter on top of the eggs! I think my Guides have so much to do for her when she shows up during a consult that I just don’t get all the details.

I’d have to say that common sense is also an art form in my practice. Does that make more sense?

Tips and Tricks for a Healthier Life 

Downsizing: Michael and I are always trying to downsize and minimize our stuff and the affect it has on our environment. A friend sent me this 20 minute video of what actually happens to all that stuff! Good information and worth a viewing. https://www.storyofstuff.com/

And if you are interested in this kind of social consciousness, you might want to get a copy of the book, Empire of Scrounge: Inside the Urban Underground of Dumpster Diving, Trash Picking, and Street Scavenging (Alternative Criminology) by Jeff Ferrell © 2005. 

In some areas dumpster diving is against the law (like in our fair city). I wonder why that is. Health and lawsuit concerns? We live near two Universities and at the end of the year one could make a living by what some college students throw away. Mr. Ferrell is a university professor who took a years sabbatical to go dumpster diving. This book reads sometimes like a Master’s thesis and often requires advanced vocabulary skills, but it’s pretty entertaining. 

Client Testimonials:  

Dr. D. Help! My cat Margo has diarrhea! Can you do a reading on her and tell me what to do? Thanks. Kathleen. 

Dear Kathleen: I got 100% stress! Something with the outside environment (not in the house). So. . .you just moved. Do you have windows on the ground floor? If so, you might want to pull the drapes. Cats in new environments sometimes stress out with the outside cats passing by the windows. I think this may be part of the problem? Does that make sense? 

I’m picking up 1 drop of Rescue remedy a day for her and she still needs 1 tablespoon fish of some kind per day for the sulfur. I’m also sending a bottle of Folic Acid B12. That may help to calm her down. One tablet/day is the dose. I wrote that on top of the bottle. You could also give her an occasional dose of the Imodium, but I think that would only treat the symptom. We may have to do some emotional release work on her. Try the above and if that doesn’t work, get back to me. 

Dr. D: Yes, she can see the outside.  Although I have a fence around my patio, there is a dog I know she can see.  Also, I had to get fleas sprayed/bombed again today.  They said this should get them.  I have to vacuum each and every day.  Wow – I am really stressed myself also!  I am so tense from worrying about getting bitten – and they do bite!  We are all really stressed out.  Thanks for getting back so soon. I really appreciate your support right now. Kathleen 

Excellent validation Kathleen. I just love it when that happens. Yes, moving is already tough but to have fleas! I remember once I had cockroaches. I had never even seen them before in this life. Creepy little things! 

Sometimes I feel like I go out on a limb with my suggestions and sometimes I don’t really  know if I’m picking up the real situation, but I got a flash that this cat was seeing something she felt uncomfortable about.  The reason this case made me wonder was that often cats that move to a new location will have inappropriate urination (not defecation). 

I had an interesting validation this month: I have one Chinese Guide who has been with me all my life. He’s a pretty cool dude. He helps me with all the structural cases and I think he really gets a kick out of it. He tells me what points that need needling so I can tell my clients to share that information with their acupuncturists. He also tells me which bones need adjusting so I can share that and have my clients go to their local chiropractor. 

Anyway, one of my clients takes care of an adult daughter who had been in an automobile accident a few years back which severely crushed her head leaving her paralyzed. Because of that she lost her job as a scientist. Anyway, my Chinese Guide told us that this girl needed an adjustment of her skull, so I copied off a picture of a skull and highlighted where to have a qualified practitioner adjust it to release some adhesions so that the cerebral spinal fluid would circulate better and allow the brain to detoxify.  (Every little bit helps in some cases!) 

Her mother called to tell me that when she looked at the picture of the skull and the highlighted part that she just got goose bumps because that was the EXACT area that some of the previous doctors focused on and treated with prolotherapy. And after they treated that spot, her daughter was able to walk again when she had been wheelchair bound previously. 

I just love how this whole thing works. 

(For more information on Prolotherapy and the treatment of pain, go to: https://wehelpwhathurts.homestead.com/prolotherapy.html

Healthy Recipes: Lentils with Spinach

  • 1 cups Lentils
  • 3 cups Water
  • 1 pound Spinach Leaves
  • 3 Tablespoons Organic Butter
  • 2 cloves of Minced Garlic
  • ½ Teaspoon Celtic Sea Salt
  • ¼ teaspoon Pepper
  • ¼ teaspoon ground Cumin

Rinse the lentils and add them to the water. Simmer covered until tender (about 25-30 minutes). Drain the water off the lentils. Cut the spinach in 1 inch strips. Melt the butter in a pan large enough to hold all ingredients. Add the garlic, salt, pepper and cumin. Toss the lentils and spinach in and serve hot.

Inspiration & Perspective:  

The Power of the One Minute Prayer: Bloggers everywhere are saying that if Christians really understood the full extent of the power we have available through prayer, we might be speechless. Did you know that during W.W. II there was an adviser to Winston Churchill who organized a group of people who dropped what they were doing every day at a prescribed hour for one minute to collectively pray for the safety of England, its people and peace?
There is now a group of people organizing the same thing here in America. If you would like to participate: Every evening at 9:00 pm Eastern Time (8:00 PM Central) (7:00 PM Mountain) (6:00 PM Pacific), stop whatever you are doing and spend one minute praying for the safety of the United States, our troops, our citizens, and for a return to a Godly nation. Our prayers are the most powerful asset we have. (Sent by Debbie D.) 

Dr. Moffat’s note: I always wonder about these things—not about the power of prayer because I know how powerful that is and I use it regularly to charge the supplements and homeopathics that leave my office—I guess the thing that bugs me is the attitude that we need to pray ONLY for Americans and our situation? I like Marianne Williamson’s view on these kinds of things. Why not have loftier goals? Why just pray for a small segment of the world’s population? Why not pray for the ENTIRE world and ALL areas in need of peace, calm and spiritual facilitation? Why not pray for all situations that need a little help for raising the vibration of the planet? 

I guess we should just move on here. Count me in for the 6 p.m. moment of prayer. I’m going for the loftier goal.  

Bonnie Barnard Marketing Specialist: One of my dear friends, Rev. Bonnie Barnard’s business is about expanding positive consciousness in the world. She promotes products and people who have higher consciousness activities. Bonnie called one day, all excited (as usual) and told me about this targeted list she had been building. 

Now, Bonnie is one of the most vivacious, energetic, infectious, go-getting friends I have. Everything she touches and sets her mind to becomes really successful, so when she started promoting some practitioners in the Spiritual/Metaphysical field I knew I wanted to be a part of her project. 

As you all know, internet use and programs listened to via our computers is just a wide, open field right now. Bonnie has built a list of several HUNDRED radio stations that are open to metaphysical thinking. She now has the list available for you to use—for a very reasonable price I might add! You can check out her website here: https://www.profcs.com/app/aftrack.asp?afid=710841 You really need this list if you want to be successful in our genre. It’s really good! Better yet, let Bonnie help you promote your business. I highly recommend her.

If you are a spiritual teacher, an environmental leader, a holistic or alternative practitioner, a metaphysician or paranormal enthusiast; how can being on Spiritual or Health Talk Radio support your intention? Here are a few benefits of building your business via radio:

  • Radio introduces your message to an established community;
  • Radio can change the lives of your listeners;
  • Radio establishes you as an expert;
  • Radio increases your message’s visibility;
  • Radio drives people to your website, builds and expands your business;
  • Radio interviews can be done from the comfort of your home!

What’s New at Our House?

We went to our favorite twice-a-year Friends of the Library used book sale and purchased the usual books we can’t live without. We’ve scrounged a few bookcases over the years to accommodate our habit. Too bad they’re all full now. The snow has finally melted and the bulbs are emerging (thank goodness!) I’m looking forward to gardening weather. Michael and I have looked at a few more properties these last few weeks. Still seeking our perfect property with a 12-month creek. Mostly what we’re finding is building sites on flood plains and steep mountains that are inaccessible. We’ll keep looking. 

Local Events: 

April 4 & 5, 2008:  Finding the Center 2008: The fourth annual Action-Oriented Human Rights Conference. The University of Idaho, the Cities of Moscow and Pullman, the Latah County Human Rights Task Force, and CHEER are jointly sponsoring the fourth annual ‘Finding the Center’ Conference on Human Rights with this year’s theme being Resolving Differences: the Seed of Unity For More Info: www.uidaho.edu/ftc, and to see the speakers and workshops that are planned. Cost $135.00 and Golden Passes $100. Scholarships available. Support human rights and invest in a brighter tomorrow! 

September 13, 2008 Reiki I, II and Master Level Class at our house. See the Workshop page for more details: /ShoppingCart/Usui_Reiki_Class.htm There is a $50 deposit to hold a seat as space is limited. It’s been two years since I taught the last class and I usually only teach a class when I have a few people who’d like to do it. Please email me if you are interested. 

That’s it for this Month!

Be Healthy.  Denice

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Dr. Denice Moffat is a practicing naturopath, medical intuitive, and veterinarian working on the family unit (which includes humans and animals) through her phone consultation practice established in 1993. She has a content-rich website at www.NaturalHealthTechniques.com and free newsletter.