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INTUITIVE AND SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT CIRCLE

By Sue Freeman | Aug 25, 2019

 by Rev. Sue Freeman For many years, feeling drawn to people with intuitive gifts, I often wondered if I had them.  I was in awe of how they could connect to information easily and have such accuracy in what they shared.  I read many books on the topic and even tried some of the exercises…

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2019 and Self Mastery By Sue Freeman and Leslie Treloar

By Sue Freeman | Aug 14, 2019

2019 has been a year of energetic shifts, releasing what no longer serves us and the opportunity to tune into our intuitive guidance to discover our soul’s purpose. With this process, we have been called to express our authentic self, trust we are on the path to our highest purpose all while maintaining balance through…

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The Postures of Meditation: The Daily Guide to Success

By Leslie Treloar | May 4, 2017

During the ancient times until now, people practice meditation because of its provided advantages. Incorporating meditation as part of your daily life can make a big difference regarding your attitude and outlook in life. But because meditation is a procedure, it involves several steps as well as postures when doing it. 1. Cross-legged posture. Various…

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The Connection Between Stress and Chronic Pain

By Sue Freeman | Apr 22, 2017

Many people find that as they grow up and get older, they begin to experience more pain. Aches, twinges, and other conditions become more and more common because the stress levels in their lives are often rising. Usually, from high school onward, people begin to experience higher demands in their lives. Education, employment, relationships, and…

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Get a Head Start on SAD Symptoms

By Leslie Treloar | Apr 12, 2017

You may know that seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is a type of disorder that typically occurs in the winter. It happens when the temperature and weather changes, going from bright and sunny weather to the dark, gloomy variety. In the fall, you might experience some mild SAD symptoms, but they tend to be worse…

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