Jonah Littlesunday will be in New England for the first time this August, performing his riveting, soulful, healing music along with sharing information about his Native American culture, history and folklore. Multiple Concerts will be held on Cape Ann.
A member of the Diné (Navajo) Nation, Jonah was introduced to the world when he was invited by Cindy and Meghan McCain to play his flute at Senator John McCain’s funeral, to help Heal a Nation. Here is Jonah, performing Expressions of Love.
Take today to appreciate your soul and honor yourself…for some of you your weather outside is muggy and rainy, others are coming out of winter and many of you it’s getting cooler and damper – perfect weather to find a spot to sit by yourself and go inside to see your inner glow. Embrace it…you are special.
Through the Ayurvedic lens, raw honey has many benefits including scraping fat and cholesterol from the body’s tissues making it the “go to” sweetener for kapha or anyone trying to reduce kapha in their body. However, eating a jar of honey is not going to create weight loss…Ayurveda is about balance so let moderation be your guide.
Ayurveda cautions that heating honey above 108 degrees F will render it toxic at the cellular level which could cause blockage of subtle energetic channels.
Today we know that when honey is heated its molecular structure changes; it coagulates and becomes sticky. This sticky glue-like substance can clog mucous membranes and arteries leading to cellular toxicity.
Buying and consuming local honey can help with allergies.
Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC is excited to host Kyle Russell of Crystal Concentrics seasonally, as we use Crystals this time, to tap into Spring (and Earth Mother) energies. Being held on Mothers Day weekend, Friday May 10th, 2019 (from 7-9pm).
We’ll be Learning, Meditating, and Sharing – tapping into Mother Earth and her extraordinary capacity for renewal – with a whole new set of Crystals selected by Kyle specifically for this occasion.
You’ll be working directly with the stones, and he’ll have our chosen varieties available for sale afterwards.
I am Inspired by the natural beauty of Cape Ann and grateful for scenes such as this sunset on the Annisquam River. Seeing a standing heron at low tide and this sky filled with angelic clouds reflected in the water, it felt as though ‘Gifted by Grace.’
‘Annisquam Delight,’ SOLD at my very first show, entered in 2017 at the Rocky Neck Cultural Center. ‘Meditation Rock in a Storm,’ chosen for the ‘Opposites Attract’ open juried show at Cape Cod Arts Center represents finding peace in the midst of any storm we might face in life. Along the Annisquam River there are many beautiful spots to enjoy meditation, yoga, and other relaxation techniques, promoting inner peace and wellbeing for mind, body and spirit. I feel grateful and blessed to call Cape Ann, home.
“Variety of form and brilliancy of color in the object presented to patients are an actual means of recovery.” ~ Florence Nightingale”
According to the Cleveland Clinic, Arts and Medicine Institute, artwork in hospitals, especially specific artwork, “comforts, elevates the spirit and affirms life and hope, and encourages healing.”
🎼 Monday, Monday, so good to me
Monday Mornin’, it was all I hoped it would be
Oh Monday mornin’, Monday mornin’ couldn’t guarantee…that Monday evenin’ you could still be HERE with us (just a play on the Mamas & Papas song)
But it’s true – tonight at 7pm join our Tong Ren healing circle ✨