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Tina’s Spiritual Tidbits for 2019 – Take II

Spiritual Healing Only Natural

Holistic and Spiritual healer and guide Tina Wilkins founder of Spirit Essence offers many different readings and practices here in Only Natural. For a personalised session or to book an appointment contact Tina on 089 702 0235 and she will be able to advise what treatment is right for you.

Tina Wilkins wants to share with us some simple things that anyone can do to introduce some positive energy and healing into our daily lives. In today’s society I think we could all do with a bit of extra positivity and these tips added to over time won’t take much time out of your day but may make you feel that little bit more positive about life!

Hello everyone! I ventured into Wexford and of course had to browse my favourite shop. I love picking up the organic groceries with less packaging from Only Natural and a visit  wouldn’t be complete without stopping by the crystal corner! What caught my eye was the beautiful clusters and colours reflected in these and a beautiful labradorite heart. Colour is something that is important to all of us  as we absorb the different colours energetically. I’m very drawn to red at the present, which is a warming colour, it stimulates our base chakra, helps with circulation and of course keeps us grounded! Very important as we head towards Christmas,  so often a very stressful time for some. So if you’re affected by the buzz that’s starting  as we head into November, carrying red crystals will help you maintain warmth as well as keep you focused. Red jasper is good if you’re finding the change to the colder darker days difficult as it assists in keeping us balanced when facing change. I love the colour of the trees at present, using the reds, yellows and oranges to balance my lower chakras.

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Temperance by Mark Nicholas

Mark Nicholas, Only Natural Temperance
Temperance is a card of Faith. Spiritually, this marks the part of the journey when we suddenly realise that we have already passed beyond known civilisation. We find ourselves travelling alone through the wilderness. We didn’t notice the transition as we journeyed from a countryside of lush greenery to a dry desert of heat and extremes. Our awareness just suddenly returned to show us where we are now. We know we have been prepared for the journey, we have everything we need to survive. Once again we assume the role of child who reaches adulthood. No longer can we rely on parental supports, we need to stand on our own two feet. The teaching we have received since early childhood will stand to us now. Our Individual must step up and be counted. This is Spiritual elevation. We have the ability to move nearer to the Divine. read more →

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Ger’s October 19 Monthly Update

Ger's Monthly Update Only Natural
The Vitality Expo took place the last weekend in September in the RDS so of course I took myself up to Dublin for the weekend. Like last year the Show was an opportunity both for health store members and our customers to see all the latest in innovative supplements and new wholefood products as well as to listen to the latest research from the most up to date thinkers in our industry.  Below are just some that I spoke to but these in particular got me excited!

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Lasting Solutions for Stress

Stress Only Natural

 by Calodagh McCumiskey, Spiritual Earth

Stress is the epidemic of our time.  75 to 90 percent of GP visits are stress related.  22 percent of employees in Ireland are stressed all or most of the time at work.  Anxiety and stress are on the increase in schools and third level institutions with 50 percent of students saying they have difficulty concentrating in class because of day to day stress.

Unhealthy stress affects everything from our sleep, to food habits, alcohol and sugar consumption, our biological age, mental and physical health, our ability to focus, our relationships – and our joy.   Unaddressed, unhealthy stress can take over your life and cause a host of debilitating problems. read more →

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Salt is Salt is Salt!

Anna Skrine

An Anna Skrine Case Study

There are many types of salt that are currently used as condiments to food – table salt, sea salt, Himalayan salt, Low salt and herbal salt. Though some are marginally more nutritious than others, containing other minerals, in the end they all contain the salt sodium chloride in abundance. Himalayan salt, for instance, contains 98% sodium chloride, with just the remaining 2% making up other minerals. read more →

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How to beat the back to school blues!

How to Beat the Back to School Blues

A good night’s sleep is simply crucial for all aspects of health and happiness.

Anyone who has children will know all about sleep training and getting them back into regular circadian rhythms for back to school in September – well, it’s a similar concept for grown-ups. read more →

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Ger’s August 19 Monthly Update

Ger's Monthly Update Only Natural
First of all we’d like to offer huge congratulations to everyone involved in Wexford’s first natural health festival WellWex. We were proud to be part of it and look forward to being so again, we hope WellWex goes from strength to strength. If it’s a reflection of just how much Wexford has embraced the natural health movement, then it’s in no danger in this part of the country.
Our own Emma took it all in on the day and here are her impressions. read more →

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Craniosacral Therapy by Linda O’Grady

Craniosacral therapy Linda O'Grady

We’ve mentioned Linda O’Grady here before. Her talents include a deep knowledge in the fields of herbalism and yoga and indeed Linda teaches yoga at Sadhana Yoga Centre in the Faythe in Wexford. Never one to stand still Linda has now added Craniosacral Therapy to her list of talents and we’re delighted to pass on Linda’s own description of the history of Craniosacral, how it works and what the client can expect from a session or sessions

CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY

Think of the Body – not as a mechanistic machine
But rather as a system of intelligence”

Dr. John E. Upledger (1932 – 2012) read more →

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Roses by Doris Potter

Doris Potter Roses
Who does not associate the smell and the beauty of roses with summer, joy, love and well-being.

In our gardens and hedges we can find numerous varieties of often beautifully scented roses. They belong to the family of rosacea, are strong plants with wooden stocks and branches, have beautiful coloured scented flowers with five petals (excepting the hybrid variety), with multiple stamens in the centre. Their fruit, the hip is oval and turns red once ripe. The plant is vigorous and has thorns; the leaves are beautifully formed with a strict rhythmical structure. read more →

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Ger’s June 19 Monthly Update

Ger's Monthly Update Only Natural

A New Face in Only Natural

If you’ve been in the shop in the last few weeks you may have met Emma, our new team member. If not we know you’re going to take a shine to her. Emma’s currently studying to become a Nutrition and Health Coach with the Irish Institute of Nutrition and Health and, when she’s completed the year, will add to the already five in number Only Natural staff members with nutritional qualifications. This fact makes me very proud indeed of our high standards of knowledge and our enthusiasm to constantly keep working on them.

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