Newsletter October

"Pearls of wisdom for October"

Healthy Happy Halloween

 Next to Christmas, Halloween is the most celebrated holiday for all ages!  It often brings out the kid in all of us!  It allows us to be creative, spontaneous and more of the person we would like to be!  “Hiding behind a mask” can also “allow us” to be more of the fun loving, free wheeling, child-like innocence we wish we always had in us!

October also has become known as “Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It is with great reverence that we offer tips of how to do a self-love, breast exam and the best ways to nurture your body and help to keep you free of this dis-ease!

This month, we also take a look at lowering cholesterol, boosting the immune system and ways to embrace Fall.


Halloween Headquarters

This is your one-stop-shop for all your metaphysical gifts and goodies for Samhain/All Hallow’s/All Saints Day! Enjoy of best season’s:

  • Halloween candles
  • Secret Seance kit
  • Ancestor Remembrance kit
  • Samhain kit
  • Crystal jewelry and intention jewelry
  • Halloween essential oils
  • Crystal gift sets
  • All Hallows themed gifts
  • All Saints Day incense, candles, Holy water, prayer beads and more!!


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Healthy Halloween

It is that time again. The time for all your ghosts, goblins and neighborhood witches to come a knockin’. Safety Comes First.
Be sure your kid’s costumes are flame-resistant. Comfortable shoes are important to avoid blisters and accessories should be kept to a minimum, the younger the child is. Treat choices can always be improved! Take a look at our list of healthy goodies for your kids!

Nutrition for Breast Health

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Our mission is to help those affected by breast cancer through early detection, education and support services. 1 out of 8 American women who live to be 85 will develop breast cancer, a risk that was one out of 14 in 1960. Here are a few ways you can help us help women learn more…

Immune Defense

Most natural health practitioners agree that when it comes to strengthening the immune system, there is a two prong approach to keeping and staying healthy. The immune system is a fascinating network of cells, tissues, and organs, which work together to defend the body against attacks from “foreign” invaders. The body does this in two different ways…

Treating A Sore Throat

A sore throat is sometimes a symptom of a more serious condition distinct from the common cold (such as strep throat) that may require medical diagnosis and treatment with appropriate antibiotics. If you do take antibiotics, remember to take acidophilus along with them or after your complete course to maintain normal intestinal flora. Try these great natural remedies.

Fall Harvest Bounty

When the crisp Autumn air hits my face I have a tendency (and desire) to discover all the new bounty of the Fall season right here in our local Farmer’s Market in New York City. Merchants come from local farms as well as, locations far outside NYC with their seasonal goods. As I stroll through the market, my eyes open wide as I catch all the wonderful, bright colors of the Fall fruits and vegetables.

Detoxing for Fall

The summer fun has taken its toll!  Maybe a little too much of this or too much of that!  Perhaps not as much exercise or lifting a beer can instead of some weights.  No worries!  It’s time to reset your body (and mind) and bring about a whole new (spiritual?) enlightening? Here is a great way to detox your “whole” body and feel better for it!

Lowering Cholesterol

Naturally!  Yes, naturally. Know this: cholesterol itself is not a bad thing. In fact, cholesterol is one of the many substances created and used by our bodies to keep us healthy. Cholesterol comes from two sources – our body and our diet. Our liver, makes all the cholesterol we need and circulates it through the blood. But cholesterol is also found in foods,

Remedies for Autumn Dryness

Dryness is a common problem in Autumn. Dryness can manifest as constipation, dry throat, dry skin, dry eyes, dry brittle hair, thirst, and lack of sweat. Most people do not drink enough fluids regularly, let alone in the Autumn. Spicy food can cause or worsen dryness. Be careful not to get stuck in the vicious cycle of craving the same food that makes your symptoms worse!

The Real Magic Mushrooms

Ganoderma lucidum (Ling Zhi) which literally means “supernatural mushroom” has documented to have medicinal value. This variety of mushrooms has enjoyed special veneration in Japan, China, where it has been used as a medicinal mushroom in Kampo and traditional Chinese medicine for more than 2,000 years, therefore, making it one of the oldest mushrooms known to have been used medicinally.

Autumn’s Seasonal Turn

by Andrew Pacholyk, MS L.Ac from his exciting new book, Lead Us To A Place ~ your spiritual journey through life’s seasons. Fall represents a time of gathering. As an expression in nature, this is the time when crops are harvested. Leaves are changing to brilliant...

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Massage and Touch Techniques

From acupressure and amma therapy to tantra and tui na, massage techniques are as wide and varied as the diverse schools of thought that they have come out of.

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Money Talisman

Money talisman, charms and amulets make up a strong belief in and the gaining of money. Learn how the power of these tools bring change

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How To Manage Your Time

It’s important that you develop effective strategies for managing your time to balance the conflicting demands of time for study, leisure, earning money…

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The Asthma Checklist

Asthma is a disorder affecting the lungs. It causes episodes of wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness, Use the asthma checklist to keep you healthy

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Natural Remedies for A Sore Throat

by Andrew Pacholyk MS  L, Ac. ~ Most sore throats are caused by viral or bacteria infections. Allergies, asthma, cigarette smoke, and pollutants are some other culprits. Sore throats respond well to bed rest, gargling with warm salt water 3-4 times a...

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