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Hello Wilmington Area Friends,
I used to live in ILM and in the mid 90's went to an energy healer that would split dates between ILM, Raleigh and Africa. I cannot remember his name and wonder if anyone might know his contact info or if he is still practicing.

Any guidance is appreciated. 🙂
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Community magazine in Southeast North Carolina with resources for living a healthy lifestyle on a healthy planet.
-Lori Beveridge Owner/Publisher

Natural Awakenings is your guide to a healthier, more balanced life. Our mission is to provide insights and information to improve the quality of life physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. In each issue, readers find cutting-edge information on natural health, nutrition, fitness, personal growth, green living, creative expression and the products and services that support a healthy lifestyle. Owner/Publisher- Lori Beveridge

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Saturday mood 🚲🍂 🌞

Saturday mood 🚲🍂 🌞

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Do you love green tea too?💚

Do you love green tea too?💚

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Thursday thoughts 🌞

Thursday thoughts 🌞

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Our November issue 🍁 is now available in over 450 locations from Morehead City, NC to Grand Strand, SC.
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Our November issue 🍁 is now available in over 450 locations from Morehead City, NC to Grand Strand, SC.
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Expansion of Services During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Shelly Laine, a certified clinical thermographer and health coach, is the owner of Beacon Thermography, providing Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI), a non-invasive test of physiology, which can be a lifesaving procedure in alerting patients and their doctors to changes in one’s body that may indicate early-stage breast disease or other abnormal processes that may be developing. Beginning this month, which coincides with national Breast Cancer Awareness Month, her attention and dedication to empowering people with her expertise will reach even higher levels.⁠

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Expansion of Services During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Shelly Laine, a certified clinical thermographer and health coach, is the owner of Beacon Thermography, providing Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI), a non-invasive test of physiology, which can be a lifesaving procedure in alerting patients and their doctors to changes in one’s body that may indicate early-stage breast disease or other abnormal processes that may be developing. Beginning this month, which coincides with national Breast Cancer Awareness Month, her attention and dedication to empowering people with her expertise will reach even higher levels.⁠

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Unity of Myrtle Beach Welcomes Ron Daise

Ron Daise, a Gullah Geechee culture and heritage interpreter, will be a featured speaker at Unity Myrtle Beach’s Sunday service beginning at 11 a.m. on October 24 at Unity Myrtle Beach, according to Reverend Margaret Hiller. His message will include thoughts on how to stay faith-filled beyond all appearances of world events and uncertain times from the Gullah Geechee perspective.

Daise, a native of St. Helena Island, is also an author, performing artist and educator. His productions and recordings about Gullah aspects began after the publication of his first book, Reminiscences of Sea Island Heritage, in 1986.

Since 2004, he served as vice president for creative education at Brookgreen Gardens, in Murrells Inlet, earning the 2019 South Carolina Governor’s Distinctive Achievement Award. He is known by many as “Mr. Ron” from “Gullah Gullah Island,” the Nick Jr. TV’s award-winning children’s program of the 1990s. Daise also is a former chairman of the federal Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Commission and currently serves on the Charles Joyner Institute for Gullah and African Diaspora Studies Advisory Board. He is featured in a video exhibit about Black language and speech at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. A graduate of Hampton Institute (now University) in Hampton, Virginia, Daise and his wife Natalie reside in Georgetown, South Carolina, and are parents of three adult children.

Location: 6173 Salem Rd., Myrtle Beach. For more information, call 843-238-8516 or visit
UnityMyrtleBeach.org.

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Unity of Myrtle Beach Welcomes Ron Daise

Ron Daise, a Gullah Geechee culture and heritage interpreter, will be a featured speaker at Unity Myrtle Beach’s Sunday service beginning at 11 a.m. on October 24 at Unity Myrtle Beach, according to Reverend Margaret Hiller. His message will include thoughts on how to stay faith-filled beyond all appearances of world events and uncertain times from the Gullah Geechee perspective.

Daise, a native of St. Helena Island, is also an author, performing artist and educator. His productions and recordings about Gullah aspects began after the publication of his first book, Reminiscences of Sea Island Heritage, in 1986.

Since 2004, he served as vice president for creative education at Brookgreen Gardens, in Murrells Inlet, earning the 2019 South Carolina Governor’s Distinctive Achievement Award. He is known by many as “Mr. Ron” from “Gullah Gullah Island,” the Nick Jr. TV’s award-winning children’s program of the 1990s. Daise also is a former chairman of the federal Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Commission and currently serves on the Charles Joyner Institute for Gullah and African Diaspora Studies Advisory Board. He is featured in a video exhibit about Black language and speech at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. A graduate of Hampton Institute (now University) in Hampton, Virginia, Daise and his wife Natalie reside in Georgetown, South Carolina, and are parents of three adult children.

Location: 6173 Salem Rd., Myrtle Beach. For more information, call 843-238-8516 or visit
UnityMyrtleBeach.org.

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Let's turn off the screens and play, be creative and let your imagination flow.

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Let's turn off the screens and play, be creative and let your imagination flow.

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Pick up your October issue today or read it online at: healthylivingcoastalcarolinas.com

Pick up your October issue today or read it online at: healthylivingcoastalcarolinas.com

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The Indian spice that makes curry yellow has a potent anti-inflammatory properties.....

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The Indian spice that makes curry yellow has a potent anti-inflammatory properties.....

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Martha Beck share about her new book The Way of Integrity: Finding the Path to Your True Self. How do you define Integrity?

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Local Events & Activities at Natural Awakenings Coastal Carolinas 09/30/2021

Local Events & Activities at Natural Awakenings Coastal Carolinas

Good Morning Coastal Carolinas ! 👋 We wanted to share our local events with you as there is so much going on—Yoga, Energy Healing, Fabulous Crystal Trunk Show and a plan ahead for the first Veg Out Festival!

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Local Events & Activities at Natural Awakenings Coastal Carolinas See what's going on around the Coastal Carolinas: Crystal Coast, Cape Fear Region, Grand Strand and Sandhills.

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Horses are healers and have physical and emotional benefits for you. 🐴

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Horses are healers and have physical and emotional benefits for you. 🐴

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The beauty of a butterfly 🦋

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The beauty of a butterfly 🦋

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Don't be left in the dark about choosing the perfect light bulbs.⁠

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For those residing along the coastal region of North and South Carolinas, the seasonal concern
with regards to home safety and structural integrity related to hurricanes and tropical storms can be daunting. A hurricane-resistant home kit available for purchase will be of interest to those
seeking such peace of mind.

At approximately 3,200 square feet of living space, this custom-built, unique, energy-efficient,
hurricane-resistant structure was designed as a three-bedroom and 3.5-bathroom configuration,
but can easily accommodate a four-bedroom and 4.5-bathroom layout.

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Read more- www.healthylivingcoastalcarolinas.com/2021/09/01/367571/hurricane-resistant-home-available-for-the-carolinas

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For those residing along the coastal region of North and South Carolinas, the seasonal concern
with regards to home safety and structural integrity related to hurricanes and tropical storms can be daunting. A hurricane-resistant home kit available for purchase will be of interest to those
seeking such peace of mind.

At approximately 3,200 square feet of living space, this custom-built, unique, energy-efficient,
hurricane-resistant structure was designed as a three-bedroom and 3.5-bathroom configuration,
but can easily accommodate a four-bedroom and 4.5-bathroom layout.

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Read more- www.healthylivingcoastalcarolinas.com/2021/09/01/367571/hurricane-resistant-home-available-for-the-carolinas

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Whether it’s following a keto, carnivore or vegan diet, with intermittent fasting, many different
potential ways of preventing or better managing diabetes have been making news of late and can be confusing. Kristi Jacques, owner of Diabetes Lifestyle Coaching and founder and executive director of the Diabetes Wellness Council (DWC), both based in Myrtle Beach, can help clients in private phone and Zoom sessions find the right plan for themselves, drawing on continuing research and studying plus personal experiences.

She was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when she was 12 after her mother recognized the warning signs. Jacques’ doctor told her “I just needed to eat healthy and that ‘everyone should be eating the diabetic diet.’ Over the years, I believe I made just about every mistake possible when it comes to managing blood sugar. Thankfully, I found a way off that roller coaster of highs and lows and feel so much better. My A1C numbers are now normal for a non-diabetic, I’m taking less than half the insulin I was before and my overall health has dramatically improved,” adding she wants others to learn from her journey so they can live the best and healthiest lives.

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Continue reading at https://www.healthylivingcoastalcarolinas.com/2021/09/06/367908/the-benefits-of-diabetes-coaching

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Whether it’s following a keto, carnivore or vegan diet, with intermittent fasting, many different
potential ways of preventing or better managing diabetes have been making news of late and can be confusing. Kristi Jacques, owner of Diabetes Lifestyle Coaching and founder and executive director of the Diabetes Wellness Council (DWC), both based in Myrtle Beach, can help clients in private phone and Zoom sessions find the right plan for themselves, drawing on continuing research and studying plus personal experiences.

She was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when she was 12 after her mother recognized the warning signs. Jacques’ doctor told her “I just needed to eat healthy and that ‘everyone should be eating the diabetic diet.’ Over the years, I believe I made just about every mistake possible when it comes to managing blood sugar. Thankfully, I found a way off that roller coaster of highs and lows and feel so much better. My A1C numbers are now normal for a non-diabetic, I’m taking less than half the insulin I was before and my overall health has dramatically improved,” adding she wants others to learn from her journey so they can live the best and healthiest lives.

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Continue reading at https://www.healthylivingcoastalcarolinas.com/2021/09/06/367908/the-benefits-of-diabetes-coaching

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Sixth Annual Native Plant Festival in Wilmington

Visit the New Hanover County Arboretum to view educational presentations by community experts and join in family-friendly activities from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on September 18 in
Wilmington. Hourly gardening presentations will be offered in the Arboretum’s Education Center. Speakers include Jess Jarvis, Amy Long, Amanda Chapman, Jess Roach and Andy Wood. Bring friends and family to learn all about carnivorous plants, ferns and protected species, the native flora of Carolina Beach State Park, mycorrhizal fungus and restoring our ecosystem using native plants.

Without North Carolina’s native milkweed, Monarch butterflies would not exist. Milkweed, the sole diet for Monarch caterpillars, is one of the stars of Native Plant Alliance’s 2021 Native Plant Festival. Milkweed varieties and other native plants are essential for the prosperity of North Carolina’s biodiversity. Not only are native plants beautiful examples of natural symbiosis, but they provide food and shelter for precious pollinators, promote soil health, regulate microclimates and contribute to the overall well-being of the Earth.

Our smart phones can be utilized in an interactive Native Plant BioBlitz Scavenger Hunt on the iNaturalist app. Use iNaturalist to identify, document and contribute to native plant research. Participants can submit their best “in-the-wild” shots through iNaturalist September 11 through 19 as part of the scavenger hunt and potentially win prizes.

Consider visiting community farms and find beautiful native plants to attract pollinators to gardens. Enjoy a self-guided nursery tour and plant sale at one’s own pace, featuring Five Oaks Nursery & Tree Farm, Going Native Gardens, Grizz’s Nursery, Lloyd’s Nursery, Lumber River Native Plants, Shelton Herb Farm, Sorrell’s Nursery, Wild Bird & Garden and Wild Meadow Farm.

Free admission to NHC Arboretum, 6206 Oleander Dr., Wilmington. Free parking on site. For
more information, call 910-547-4390 or visit Arboretum.nhcgov.com. Visit Bit.ly/3wVSMR3 to
receive iNaturalist BioBlitz updates.

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Sixth Annual Native Plant Festival in Wilmington

Visit the New Hanover County Arboretum to view educational presentations by community experts and join in family-friendly activities from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on September 18 in
Wilmington. Hourly gardening presentations will be offered in the Arboretum’s Education Center. Speakers include Jess Jarvis, Amy Long, Amanda Chapman, Jess Roach and Andy Wood. Bring friends and family to learn all about carnivorous plants, ferns and protected species, the native flora of Carolina Beach State Park, mycorrhizal fungus and restoring our ecosystem using native plants.

Without North Carolina’s native milkweed, Monarch butterflies would not exist. Milkweed, the sole diet for Monarch caterpillars, is one of the stars of Native Plant Alliance’s 2021 Native Plant Festival. Milkweed varieties and other native plants are essential for the prosperity of North Carolina’s biodiversity. Not only are native plants beautiful examples of natural symbiosis, but they provide food and shelter for precious pollinators, promote soil health, regulate microclimates and contribute to the overall well-being of the Earth.

Our smart phones can be utilized in an interactive Native Plant BioBlitz Scavenger Hunt on the iNaturalist app. Use iNaturalist to identify, document and contribute to native plant research. Participants can submit their best “in-the-wild” shots through iNaturalist September 11 through 19 as part of the scavenger hunt and potentially win prizes.

Consider visiting community farms and find beautiful native plants to attract pollinators to gardens. Enjoy a self-guided nursery tour and plant sale at one’s own pace, featuring Five Oaks Nursery & Tree Farm, Going Native Gardens, Grizz’s Nursery, Lloyd’s Nursery, Lumber River Native Plants, Shelton Herb Farm, Sorrell’s Nursery, Wild Bird & Garden and Wild Meadow Farm.

Free admission to NHC Arboretum, 6206 Oleander Dr., Wilmington. Free parking on site. For
more information, call 910-547-4390 or visit Arboretum.nhcgov.com. Visit Bit.ly/3wVSMR3 to
receive iNaturalist BioBlitz updates.

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healthylivingcoastalcarolinas.com 🌻

Sixth Annual Native Plant Festival in Wilmington

Visit the New Hanover County Arboretum to view educational presentations by community experts and join in family-friendly activities from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on September 18 in
Wilmington. Hourly gardening presentations will be offered in the Arboretum’s Education Center. Speakers include Jess Jarvis, Amy Long, Amanda Chapman, Jess Roach and Andy Wood. Bring friends and family to learn all about carnivorous plants, ferns and protected species, the native flora of Carolina Beach State Park, mycorrhizal fungus and restoring our ecosystem using native plants.

Without North Carolina’s native milkweed, Monarch butterflies would not exist. Milkweed, the sole diet for Monarch caterpillars, is one of the stars of Native Plant Alliance’s 2021 Native Plant Festival. Milkweed varieties and other native plants are essential for the prosperity of North Carolina’s biodiversity. Not only are native plants beautiful examples of natural symbiosis, but they provide food and shelter for precious pollinators, promote soil health, regulate microclimates and contribute to the overall well-being of the Earth.

Our smart phones can be utilized in an interactive Native Plant BioBlitz Scavenger Hunt on the iNaturalist app. Use iNaturalist to identify, document and contribute to native plant research. Participants can submit their best “in-the-wild” shots through iNaturalist September 11 through 19 as part of the scavenger hunt and potentially win prizes.

Consider visiting community farms and find beautiful native plants to attract pollinators to gardens. Enjoy a self-guided nursery tour and plant sale at one’s own pace, featuring Five Oaks Nursery & Tree Farm, Going Native Gardens, Grizz’s Nursery, Lloyd’s Nursery, Lumber River Native Plants, Shelton Herb Farm, Sorrell’s Nursery, Wild Bird & Garden and Wild Meadow Farm.

Free admission to NHC Arboretum, 6206 Oleander Dr., Wilmington. Free parking on site. For
more information, call 910-547-4390 or visit Arboretum.nhcgov.com. Visit Bit.ly/3wVSMR3 to
receive iNaturalist BioBlitz updates.

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