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How to Cross Over the Great Wall of China Without Tripping. Do's and Don'ts Interacting with Your Chinese Friends.
Angela will be joining us to explain what she has learned about the cultural differences between China and America after living in China for 5 years. Don't be offended if your Chinese friends are late for dinner, it is very common in China. They even wear slippers in the summer.
Many Chinese travel to America. You might find yourself going on vacation in China. You may even find you have a Chinese neighbour. These tips will help you not trip interacting with the people from China you run into.
Traveing to China is an amazing trip. The people and the scenery are amazing. Once you get to China, it is an inexpensive country to travel in for food, lodging and tourism. And there are even companies that will pay you to travel in exchange for teaching a few English classes.
Angela Efros has spent 5 years living in China. While there she has become fluent in both spoken and writen Mandarin. She has traveled all over China performing privately and on television. She teaches English in classrooms and summer camps. She is in her final year school in China, working on a masters in Chinese Tourism, all in Mandarin.
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Do you find yourself over thinking, worrying, or stressing about life? There are simple tools that we will share with you to help you get to the root and deal with anxiety symptoms, like 'Worry Eaters'.
Anxiety is a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease. Anxiety occurs typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome.
Everyone experiences nervousness or anxious feelings at times. But for some people anxiety becomes a regular occurrence, and may even stop a person from living a normal life.
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Everybody (and every body) is different, which can make is difficult to know what is best for you. However, using technology we can gather data about YOUR body and target YOUR needs specifically. We call this specialized information your biological preference.
Responces are generated by your body's energetic system, and tracked using software. This provides valuable information. Biological preference does not indicate deficiency, nor does it represent a diagnosis of illness or disease. It will show specific preferences that can support the body. This information combined with a practitioner can help design a personalized health and nutrition program specific to your body's needs. With customized insight and information and a program specific to YOU, it can make a significant difference.
We have been utilizing Biocommunication technology professionally for a decade and took advantage of this amazing tool to help our daughter recover from weekly passing out episodes. The technology identified the problem and it was remedied. Our daughter was perfectly normal after that. We had been to medical professionals from coast to coast and they could find nothing wrong with her - even with all the test they could run - nothing. Biocommunication technology was able to solve the problem right away.
Tune in to find out how this works. We do biocommunication scans in our local office and remote scans through a hand cradle rental program. Or you can buy your very own hand cradle.
Mark and Kally
We share our experience with family traditions, great vacations, and memorable holidays. We will share with you how our family memories are built around events like these and every opportunity we have to be together.
Family traditions are an important part of keeping a family healthy. It gives children a sense of security and helps them feel connected. Making and preserving family memories are a part of family traditions and help remind everyone of the good times. It really connects a family together.
Join us for some of our family traditions and memories and learn how and why you SHOULD create your own unique family traditions.
Mark and Kally
Indigo Mountain: Wellness, Toys & Gifts
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The Color Code by Taylor Hartman goes beyond the normal personality profile, it tells you why you do what you do. When you understand your motives, then you can understand yourself better and the people around you, improving your relationships.
The 'Blues' driving core motive is intimacy and conncetions. Their natural gifts are quality and service. They are naturally focused on quality and creating strong relationships. Blues think emotionally.
Join us and learn about the Blues in your life - even if that Blue is you. We have a special expert with us - Mark - he is a 'true Blue'. While he was in the hotel business, his focus and specialty was quality and service. All his hotels ranked in the top for quality and service soon after he got there. He was a natural.
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September 23rd is the first day of fall - The Season of Letting Go. In the fall, trees lose their leaves. Autumn is a time of letting go of the clutter in our lives and what is no longer needed. It is a time to recognize what is most precious in our lives. Tune in for tips on letting go and strengthening from within. Trees don't hang onto their leaves in case they need them later.
In the fall, the days get shorter. It is a time to harvest the summer crops, a time to finish summer projects. And people tend to get more serious as opposed to the more active playful days of summer.
We've got some tips to help you unclutter and set a new pace for your life as we ease into the busy holiday season. As we mirror nature around, letting go of things that are not serving us, can clear our lives for more abundance.
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Laughter is the best medicine. We had planned to interview Debra Norwood, also known as The Laughter Lawyer. She was going to tell us all about her amazing oppertunity to meet Patch Adams, the amazing medical doctor and clown. Due to technical difficulties - she was not available.
But check out our show - we have great tips on Gernal wellness. The average person spends $8,000 to $9,000 per person each on medical expences. That is a huge amount. Patch Adams had a view that medical care should be free.
Listen in for some general wellness tips.
Remember this is not medical advise. We are not diagnosing or prescribing. Please consult with you medical provider.
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Explore the California Coast and the Pacific Coast Highway. There are many beautiful things to see both natural and manmade along the amazing California coastline. This is where we spent our anniversary and we've come back to see several times. There is so much to do and see and explore.
Highway 1 - the Pacific Coast Highway is one of the most scenic highways with a lot of diversity and things to do along the way. Bring a jacket even in the middle of summer as that nice Pacific ocean breeze can be chilling. We find tide pools and pine trees and great restaraunts along the way.
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Summer is the perfect time to play and stimulate new brain cells. You can learn a new skill, get involved in a hobby, do art projects that take a few days, and explore the world around you. Tune in for some tips and ideas that will not only entertain your kids, but give them options to build their brain and distract them from too much electronic time.
Studies show that the more time children spend in structured, parent-guided activities, the worse their ability to work productively towards self-directed goals. They need time to challenge themselves and figure out what they want and how to do it. We were always slow to completely direct our children's activites. We saw more growth with them having more control over their free time.
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San Francisco is a wonderuful place to visit full of diversity and culture. It is the most densely settled large city in the state of California. It was founded in 1776 when Spanish colonist established Presidio of San Francisco at the Golden Gate and MIssion San Francisco de Asis.
San Francisco has seen fires and earth quakes that have destroyed much of the city and then rebuilt.
This beautiful city has nice cool summer, steep hills, beautiful architecture, and little communities like China and Little Italy. It is home to major companies like Levi Straus, Dropbox, Weebnle, Yelp, Pinterest, and even Twitter.
It is one of my favorite cities to visit for the food, inluding the best clam chowder, delicious sourdough bread to garlic ice cream and some amazing Chinese food. The landmarks are beautiful and the natural beauty in San Fransisco and the sourrounding area is beautiful.
Come take a tour with us.
Naturopathic medicine is an approach to health, wellness and healing that recognizes the amazing whole body. It treats the whole person. Naturopathy supports the body to do it's job, it treats the whole person. Wellness and prevention are the keys; while disease is treated through stimulation, enhancement and support. Treatments are chosen to support a person's vital energy with respect to the natural healing process.
There are many different healing modalities that fall in this catagory and include things you can do at home like nutrition, meditation and exercise to acupuncture and herbal medicine that you may want to consult with someone about. The 6 fundamental principles are: 1) Health power of nature, 2) Identify and treat the cause, 3) Do no harm, 4) Treat the whole person, 5) The physician is a teacher (or should be) and 6) Prevention is the best cure.
Join us to find out simple things you can do and to get a better understanding of Hippocrate's real medicine.
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We have a few interesting items in our first aid kids from essential oils, to charcoal tablets. And when we go camping or send our kids off to camp, they take these along with them. Join us and find out what we keep in our 1st Aid Kit.
You will find the standard baid aids and elastic bandage wraps; but you will also find aloe vera, colloidal silver, charcoal tablets and even essential oils. Plus we teach our family to scavenge the immediate area for healing plants like plantain. Of course you will want to know what plant your using before using as a first aid remedy. Nearly every community has local classes to help you get in touch with local plants. One of our favorit additions to our 1st Aid kit is cayenne powder and extract.
Tune in to find out why we stock these items and what things you see in our first aid kit.
Please note: we are not diagnosing or prescribing, please consult your medical expert.
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