Archive for June, 2014

Summer Solstice 2014 Update From Astrologer Laurie Baum

June 21, 2014

Laurie Baum

If you enjoy astrology, you will like this Summer Solstice update written by my good friend Laurie Baum, MSW, a psychological astrologer and psychotherapist in practice in Encinitas, California.

Laurie writes a free astrological newsletter about how planetary alignments affect our lives on earth. Click here to e-mail Laurie to subscribe at no cost, or visit Laurie’s website and click on “Free Email Newsletter.”

Laurie is a former newspaper and news magazine reporter who is profiled in the books Psychic New York and The 100 Top Psychics in America. She is the author of five books:

A to Z Acrophonology: Discover the Power of the Letters in Your Name

Everything You Need to Know About Your Astrology Sign

Whispers from the Cosmos

Sacred Mysteries of Egypt

Astrological Secrets for the New Millennium

Laurie also offers counseling appointments by phone. She will answer your questions about major life decisions and talk with you about the reasons you have incarnated, the lessons you are here to learn, where you are on the wheel of karma, and the psychological developmental cycles you have been through and are going through. She will look at current influences on your health, finances, relationships, career, and any relocation plans that may be necessary. She also will look ahead with you at the next seven years of your life. A reading with Laurie can help you take the next step in your life. Sessions, which are available via landline phone or Skype (audio or video), are digitally recorded.

To make an appointment, click here to e-mail Laurie or call her at (760) 753-7676. Click here to visit Laurie’s website for more information.



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SUMMER SOLSTICE UPDATE

The Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year, arrives on Saturday, June 21. The strength of the sunlight at the Summer Solstice intensifies the power of your thoughts, affirmations and prayers. You can make much spiritual, mental, emotional and material progress at this time. Use this favorable period to focus on the qualities you would like to develop and the areas in which you would like to improve. Visualize positive outcomes for yourself and others. Pray for divine assistance.

Many people ask whether the effects of the Grand Cross Alignment of 2014 are (more…)

A Photo Shoot for Gerdi

June 14, 2014



In February 2014, a few months after Gerdi McKenna was diagnosed with breast cancer, one of her friends organized a photo shoot for a (more…)

Bars and Melody Blow Up on YouTube

June 8, 2014

BARS AND MELODY
AUDITION ON BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT



Charlie and Leondre of Bars and Melody

Charlie and Leondre of Bars and Melody


When thirteen-year-old Leondre and fifteen-year-old Charlie took the stage as Bars and Melody on the May 10, 2014 edition of Britain’s Got Talent, little did they know that their audition video would score more than thirty million hits over the next few weeks. Yep, thirty million!


Why are they called Bars and Melody? As Leondre explains, “I do the (more…)

Barbara Roberts—How to Find Your Soulmate

June 6, 2014





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What’s in a face? Plenty, according to Face Reading expert Barbara Roberts. In this video interview with Barbara, she explains how to interpret facial features to find the ideal life partner.

Click here to schedule your own Face Reading session with Barbara.

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Click here to listen to “11 Lessons on How to (more…)

“Tell Your Mother That I Love Her”

June 5, 2014

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This incredible story from Rachel Namoi Remen‘s book, Kitchen Table Wisdom, is eerily reminiscent of my own experience with my father near the end of his struggle with Alzheimer’s. While my experience wasn’t as chilling, it was just as real.

There is no medical explanation for the story below. So how did it happen? Only God knows.




kitchen-table-wisdomFor the last ten years of his life, Tim’s father had Alzheimer’s disease. Despite the devoted care of Tim’s mother, he had slowly deteriorated until he had become a sort of walking vegetable. He was unable to speak and was fed, clothed, and cared for as if he were a very young child. As Tim and his brother grew older, they would stay with their father for brief periods of time while their mother took care of the needs of the household. One Sunday, while she was out doing the shopping, the boys, then fifteen and seventeen, watched football as their father sat nearby in a chair. Suddenly, he slumped forward and fell to the floor. Both sons realized immediately that something was terribly wrong. His color was gray and his breath uneven and rasping. Frightened, Tim’s older brother told him to call 911. Before he could respond, a voice he had not heard in ten years, a voice he could barely remember, interrupted: “Don’t (more…)