Volume 6 Issue 6 March/April
Business and Consciousness
by Jacqueline Gautier
They say that the quality of ones life is directly
related to the quality of questions we ask ourselves and
the authenticity with which we answer them.
Business and Consciousness challenges us first to ask the soul-expanding questions:
What am I meant to do? What are my special gifts and talents? Is the work I do
a true expression of my soul? What is my passion and how it is ignited? Do my
personal values align with those of my workplace? What is my personal mission
statement? What is my calling, my destiny, my purpose?
Cathy Asks - What Can I Do To Make My World A Better Place?
by Cathy Fenwick
Our work and relationships with each other significantly
affect our level of joy. It is difficult to find happiness
if we neglect either of these. In surveys
which ask people about why they work, most often found at the top of the list
of responses are these: personal fulfillment, recognition, affiliation, enjoyment,
learning, responsibility, independence, and challenge. In eleventh or twelfth
place is money. Reflected in these responses is the need we all have for meaningful
work, caring relationships, and happiness. Most of us want our work to provide
more than the money we need to pay our bills. We want to know that what we
do matters. Positive feedback and the occasional pat on the back would be nice.
This is not to say that money doesnt matter. Efficiency of a certain type
can be motivated with money, but it isnt one of the top ten motivators
for most of us. Happy healthy people continue to look for meaningful activity
even when they have plenty of money. Those who happily retire from paid employment
get involved in volunteer work or pursue a long dreamed-about creative endeavour.
Nutrition, Cooking & Health: All Purpose GINGER
by Paulette Millis
Earl Mindells Anti-Aging Bible states ginger
contains the compound geraniol that
may be a potent cancer fighter, and can enhance the effect of other anti-cancer
drugs. Ginger can prevent platelet aggregationthat is it can prevent blood
cells from sticking together and forming blood clotstherefore ginger
is great for the heart! Ginger is also used for migraine headaches. It may
migraines and may relieve some of the symptoms such as pain and nausea.
by Melva Armstrong
You are reading the sixth issue of year six. My sincere interest in wanting
to educate myself and others about the value and importance of wholistic
health and wellness is what keeps me doing this work. I believe knowledge
is the key
to good physical, emotional and spiritual health.
Council: Help for Difficult Conversations
Jewish Science Healing Process
Extraordinary Times and Beings
Our Inner Physician
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