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John Edward On Finding Harmony in a Hectic World

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by Sheila Julson

Seen by many as the “Rock Star of Psychics,” John Edward has gained an international following through his innovative television shows, Crossing Over with John Edward and John Edward Cross Country. He’s authored eight New York Times bestselling books on spirituality and continues to provide fresh, original insight on physical and mental well-being through his membershipbased interactive Web series, Evolve. Edward will host one of his live events in Austin at the Doubletree from noon to 2 p.m., June 3.

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Tiny Houses on Wheels – Creating a Green Future with Adventure and Sensibility in Mind

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by Karen and Mike Goins

More people are making the conscious decision to downsize to environmentally friendly, 100- to 350- square-foot tiny houses in order to simplify and re-prioritize their lives, save money, have homes they can actually afford to own and perhaps to even set an example for some of the best practice ways of living healthy and environmentally friendly.

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Keep Acid Reflux Away with Traditional Chinese Medicine

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by Haitao Cao

Those with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), commonly known as acid reflux, know the symptoms all too well: a sour or bitter taste in the mouth, a burning sensation in the throat or burning pains in the chest. The gastric acid plays an important role in breaking down food and killing bacteria, and in healthy individuals, it stays in the stomach and intestine. However, some people with a weak sphincter muscle at the lower end of esophagus may experience a backward flow of stomach acid.

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Finding Inner Peace: Balayogi Returns to Austin to Bring Meditation and Discourse

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Baba Shiva Rudra Balayogi, who is recognized as one of the great self-realized yogis of our era, will be visiting Austin May 18 through 28 to conduct a series of free meditation classes and answer questions on meditation, selfrealization and finding inner peace. Balayogi will appear at Yoga Yoga Westgate from 7 to 9:30 p.m., May 20; at One World Theater from 7 to 9:30 p.m., May 22; and he will lead a four-day meditation intensive at Alma de Mujer Center, May 24 through 28. Participants may attend any portion of the intensive or stay fulltime in residence at the facility. All programs are suitable for beginner or advanced meditators.

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The Wonderful, Healing Power of Gardening

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by Jodi Phillips

Plants and trees have been worshipped, adored, admired and looked upon with devotion. Avid plant gardeners even go so far as to name them and treat them like a member of the family. These beautiful beings are the sustainers of the earth, and this earth includes us; therefore being mindful to our connection will not only improve our health, but also give back to the life that creates ours.

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Journey to Heaven and Back Through Spiritually Transformative Experiences

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It may be difficult to grasp that we are connected to a lofty, heavenly paradise or a spiritual dimension, but for some that had their reality ripped open through a near-death experience (NDE), they find that a spiritual transformation occurs. Austinites can learn about NDEs, as well as ways to have a spiritually transformative experience without the threat of dying, at the NDE Symposium, April 7 through 9—with free admission April 7—at the Wimberley Community Center.

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Healing from Loss and Grief

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by Stacey Lemire Martin

Most of us today were not taught how to deal with death or grief over loss and were instead told to “bootstrap it”, “buck up” or to “get over it and move on” with little thought to any trauma one might have experienced, or feelings about loved ones being gone.

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