Posted on May 6 2016 - 11:07am by Admin
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Awakening the Kundalini is a slow and thoughtful development that requires the individual to set aside their fears of deep introspection in order to allow the spiritual and energetic flow of the Kundalini awakening. The objective of Kundalini yoga and meditation is to bring back the flow of one’s energy. Kundalini awakening is used to stimulate, and release tension that stand in the way of your energies. This blocked energy has been likened to the image of a coiled up snake that lays dormant within the base of your spine, awaiting...

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Posted on May 6 2016 - 10:48am by Admin
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Posted on May 6 2016 - 10:34am by Admin
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History of Shaving, how we invented the electric razor Revolutionizing Shavers Shaving of the beard, moustache, or other excessive facial and body hair has been passed on from generation to generation since 100,000 BC, or the stone age. It began when man started pulling hair from his body. It is also said that based on ancient cave paintings, man used two seashells as improvised tweezers to remove hair from the face. By 30,000 BC, the flint blade was used as the earliest shaving razors. As years went by, other tools to remove facial...

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Posted on May 6 2016 - 9:36am by Admin
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Canadians who are seeking cosmetic procedures often wonder if these procedures are safe. While Canada has a rich history of great plastic surgeons, this type of voluntary surgery always brings questions. If you are considering having a procedure done in Canada, here is some important information you should know. History of Canadian Plastic Surgery Canadian plastic surgery has a rich history dating back to before World War I. Dr. E. Fulton Risdon was practicing plastic surgery in the early 1900s, an era when physicians rarely specialized....

Posted on May 6 2016 - 9:33am by Admin
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There are two types of chinquapin trees, also called ‘chikapin trees,’ that are available commercially in the United States, the Allegheny chinquapin and the Georgiana chinquapin. The Allegheny chinquapin, ‘Castanea pumila’, is considered a shrub by some; however, some researchers claim that its dwarf size does not justify its reclassification. Many old-timers remember sweet memories from their youth when baskets were filled with the spicy, sweet, nutty flavored chinquapins. These nuts were eaten fresh, roasted...

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