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Diane Brandon

Naturally Vibrant Living


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Green Living: organic food, green homes, environmental protection, green health, cutting-edge research -- just some of the exciting topics Diane explores. Diane is an Integrative Intuitive Counselor, Author, and Speaker. Her new book, "Intuition for Beginners" will be published April 2013 and she's the author of "Invisible Blueprints" and contributing author to "The Long Way Around" and "Speaking Out." Born and raised in New Orleans, Diane has an A. B. in French from Duke University and did Master's work in Radio, Television, Motion Pictures at University of North Carolina, in addition to attending T.U.T.O.R. in Geneva, Switzerland for French studies.

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A special Encore Presentation: If you've been trying to optimize your health, have you examined some of the everyday products you use, such as toiletries, cosmetics, and other personal care products? Are they safe for you to use? Or... more

Most of us are on a continual quest to improve our lives. We seek a better job, a larger house, better gadgets and possessions, even improved relationships, etc. In this pursuit, we may overlook a primary place that can affect our lives... more

Our world is hugely dependent upon oil and fossil fuels for energy and other purposes. We drill for oil and continually look for new reservoirs of it. We've also seen the rise of a new procedure for capturing natural gas – fracking.... more

We're fortunate to be living in a time when brain scanning technology has been teaching us more and more about our brains. One wonderful by-product of this increasing body of knowledge is a new technology that can be used for healing... more

Planting shrubs and trees not only beautifies our homes, but also allows us to dig in the dirt and develop a closer relationship with nature. There can be many factors and considerations that go into landscaping and choosing plants, but... more

We've been conditioned to feel over the years that we (and our economy) could continue to grow indefinitely. In fact, it would appear that our economy is built upon growth. However, is continual growth possible – and is it even... more

We have found ourselves increasingly living in a time of high-tech health care, with high-tech diagnostic equipment and tests, surgery, and prescription medication. In fact, it would appear that many doctors these days use their... more

Many of us grew up having our homes sprayed with bug control products and pesticides. However, are bug sprays and chemicals the way to go? Yes, it may be true that we don't want to live with bugs like cockroaches in our homes,... more

We have many problems with our environment these days, from environmental degradation to habitat loss to wildlife extinction. Are members of the faith community doing anything to address these problems? And what could the faith... more

We all know that we have some serious problems in our world these days, and we have heard numerous people, including pundits, opining on what needs to be done about certain aspects. Is there any overall vision for what a healthier world... more