Whales Point the Way by Mark Nepo Just as whales are born with an instinct for the deep, we are born with an impulse toward creating a quality of life. No matter the type of work that leads us there, following that impulse is the destiny of each soul, so we search to find our medium through which aliveness can express itself. Following our instinct for the deep, we find each other.
How to Align Money With Values by April Thompson How we spend our money is important, but how and where we save it matters just as much. Today’s financial marketplace offers diverse options for values-based investing and banking, regardless of interests or assets.
Valentine’s Day brings back old memories. My very first remembrance is the excitement I felt as a 6-year-old when my older sister took me shopping for valentines to exchange with schoolmates. The valentine for our mother had to be special, though. We would take red construction paper, lace doilies and sequins and craft an elaborate heart, and then find words that would rhyme to let her know just how important she was as our mom.
The second annual Whole Health Nation (WHN) festival will be held on Saturday, January 19, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Zen Greenville, who is sponsoring the event. Whole Health Nation is an interactive dialogue where participants will learn and experience the principles of holistic living as well as current science.
On September 25, Upstate Natural Awakenings presented the documentary film HEAL at Zen Greenville, located at 924 S. Main Street. The ticket cost of $13.50 included light refreshments and the opportunity to visit with a dozen or so Upstate natural health vendors who were on hand to offer information on their products and services.
From 10:30 a.m. to noon on Sunday, November 18, Unity Spiritual Center of Clemson/Anderson welcomes speaker Reverend Dr. Danny Spears, who will explore what it means to be grateful in a lesson entitled, “I AM Grateful? Are You Kidding Me?” Many people find it difficult to be grateful in the face of life’s challenges. However, gratitude as a spiritual practice is perhaps one way to face those very challenges. Rev. Dr. Spears discusses how this practice of gratitude will optimize your experience of self-worth and vitality.
The Greenville Holistic Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly networking meeting on November 13 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Oakview Medical Associates in Simpsonville. The meetings are designed to help practitioners network with other holistic practitioners, learn how to get the word out about their businesses, and begin cross-promoting. This is an opportunity to connect one-on-one, introduce your holistic business, and share your passion for bringing more holistic options to the Greenville community.
On September 25, Upstate Natural Awakenings presented the documentary film HEAL at Zen Greenville. Prior to the start of the film we served light refreshments that were included in the ticket cost. A dozen or so Upstate natural health vendors were on hand to display their products and services and to interact with those attending. I am happy to report that 120 people purchased tickets on EventBrite and by all accounts, gave a big thumbs up to HEAL and to our presentation of more films in the future.
“There is a higher power that is the basis of all living things and it can heal!” This is a quote from Bruno Groening, a name well-known to Germans in the 20th century due to his extraordinary healing successes.
Natural Awakenings will present the award-winning documentary film, HEAL, at Zen Greenville on September 25. Tickets are available on EventBrite for $13.50. The ticket price includes light refreshments, a raffle, and the opportunity to visit with natural health vendors before the film starts. The film, directed by Kelly Noonan Gore, features such notables as Dr. Deepak Chopra, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Gregg Braden, and Anita Moorjani, to name a few.