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Doing the Greatest Work

terry cole-whittaker
terry cole-whittaker

…in the World   By Terry Cole-Whittaker   There is no activity, work, or intention more valuable and important than our own self-realization and self-activation of our authentic, divine, and eternal self. All else in this world is temporary and changing, as well as distracting us from our greatest work, our eternal self, free of… Read more »

Detoxification of the Pineal Gland

By Mark Light, MD   The pineal gland is known as the “third eye” or all-seeing-eye because it has been perceived that it can envision far beyond the physical eyes, allowing it to relate and interpret physical and emotional signals and vibrations of the body to the brain. The pineal gland is named after the… Read more »

Cannabidiol 101

Plus CBD Oil
Plus CBD Oil

What Is CBD?   By Amabelle Dela Cruz   Cannabidiol, or CBD, has long garnered attention in the realm of natural products but has recently become more openly accepted among the medical community, and for good reason. From baby boomers to millennials, people from all walks of life are raving about the health benefits CBD… Read more »

Chico’s New Naturopathic Doctor

Ashley Olberg
Ashley Olberg

By Dr. Ashley Olberg   Dear Lotus Guide community, Naturopathic Medicine Hello! My name is Dr. Ashley Olberg, and I am a newcomer to the Lotus Guide family. This is the fourth time now that I have lived in Butte County; this area has always drawn me back to it. Now I am back for… Read more »

Vibrate Higher with Jesse Spallina

432: The Secret Frequency By Jesse Spallina   It was four years ago when I attended a sound healing session with Bryan Anthony. When I first heard the sound of a crystal singing bowl I was overtaken by a profound energy that I felt throughout my body. This feeling was like nothing I had felt… Read more »

Digitally Distracted Kids

digitally distracted kids
digitally distracted kids

 and Technology-Hacking Their Brains By Rahasya Poe You know the saying, “Your friends are the ones who tell you the things you don’t want to hear?” Well, keep that in mind as you read this article about distracted kids because we are so deeply embedded in the technology that surrounds us, not to mention dependent,… Read more »

Winter Blues and Broken Bones

d3
d3

How to Make Sure You’re Getting Enough of the Protective Power of Vitamin D3 By Kristin Grayce McGary, LAc., MAc., CFMP, CSTcert, CLP My family and I lived in a suburb of Chicago when I was a child. The weather was often overcast and gloomy. When it was sunny, my parents applied sunscreen. Unfortunately, when… Read more »

Building Bridges of Community Resilience:

Resilient communities
Resilient communities

New Paradigm Solutions for a Changing World Michael DiMartino Golden Road TV & Radio partners with The Alliance for Resilient Communities to unite the Sacramento River Watershed Region toward preservation, education, and regeneration. Golden Road TV & Radio has been engaged in creating regionally based independent media about the community for the last three years.… Read more »

Clearing Space

sage clearing
sage clearing

By Wendy Brunson “You need to burn some sage in here.” I was alone in my home. These intuitive words sounded as though they’d been whispered from within a pile of rubble. Taken aback, I slowly scanned the main living area of my home. Pride chattered inside my head with justifications such as “It’s fine”… Read more »

Woman to Woman-Join Me

Dhara-Woman to Woman
Dhara-Woman to Woman

By Dhara Lemos Together We Can Heal the Past When I first arrived in the United States, I was surprised by how many women’s groups there were—dance, meditation, yoga, healing sessions, all for women only. Why, I wondered, was there such a pressing need to segregate the sexes? It seemed strange, and it took a… Read more »