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 John Lister

The Higher Path by John Lister

The Higher Path by John Lister

Three characteristics of the ‘Evil Wolf’ within each of us are false pride, arrogance and superiority. These three are often signs that a person (including ourself) is acting out of ego, rather than from their authentic self. Ego is filled with pride. False pride says, ‘I should know, I’ve been doing this my whole life’ […]

 Wendy Hudson

The Gratitude Attitude

The Gratitude Attitude

Gratitude is the emotion of appreciating what one has instead of what one doesn’t have. Our world is filled with negative news, dramas and ads for materialistic “stuff” that can make achieving this state of being difficult. Getting into and staying in the attitude of gratitude has to be a conscious choice and a deliberate […]

 Jenni MacDonald

Jenni MacDonald – Mortgage Broker FAQ

Jenni MacDonald – Mortgage Broker FAQ

Rates – Part 1 of 2 Two of the most frequently asked questions that a Mortgage Broker hears are: 1. What is your best rate? 2. What is the difference between a fixed rate and a variable rate? Let’s look at the best rate question first… This is a tough question because the best rate […]

 Marlene Baker

Positively Marlene – November 2018

Positively Marlene – November 2018

Hello to all of you who have picked up this month’s ~Seeker~ magazine. Here is yet another month of writing my column,~Positively Marlene~ for the Fabulous ~Seeker~. I love the New Format! It makes me smile whenever I see this colourful and glossy magazine. It looks so Professional and Classy. Job Well Done, Mai-Liis and […]

 Lorraine Driscoll

Primitive Reflexes and How it can Impact Attention and Learning

Primitive Reflexes and How it can Impact Attention and Learning

In a previous article, I explained how an infant’s brain develops through movement. If certain reflexes don’t disappear within the first year of life, they can inhibit the development of higher brain levels and therefore interfere with learning, behaviour, sensory processing, and motor skills. Common signs of retained primitive reflexes are: -Poor balance, coordination, fine […]