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Essential Mineral Consultation with Dana Green at Akasha's Den

What Are Tissue Salts?

Tissue Salts are the 12 Essential Minerals that are found in every cell.  Tissue Salts have been used successfully by millions of people worldwide for over a century. These essential minerals support overall wellbeing and vitality, and are really benefitted read More

A multi-coloured spiral spinning upward

It is Better for Our Spirit to Start the Upward Spin Sooner Than Later

By Christine Miokovic It’s true that when we start to spiral downward, we can easily continue spiraling. A difficult day at work; someone taking our parking spot; a friend cancelling an outing we looked forward to; a surprise expense spoils read More

Inez Kelly as a child with her pony remembers the smells of her family farm in Ontario.

Life – An Escentual Experience

“Can you smell that?” “What, Dad? Smell what?” “Rain’s coming.” Turning in the direction my father was facing, west, I breathed in deeply and, yes, I could smell a very distinct scent in the air.  This was the scent of read More

7 Universal Laws

Universal Laws and Co-Creation

We can all co-create the life we want, deliberately and in partnership with Source, once we recognize that everything is energy and we embrace the universal laws. These laws have been described somewhat differently by many, but the essence is similar. read More

Nothing Changes Until I do


Nothing changes until I do. Really? Really. I cannot control you or change you. I am not responsible for what you think of me…although I am responsible for the manner in which I present myself to the world. In fact, read More

I Am

The Verb ‘to be’

English is a strange and complicated language. For every rule we have, there is an exception. We update our dictionaries regularly to reflect common usage, eventually accepting that our language is dynamically evolving. And what of our verbs? We have read More