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The Life Connection (TLC) provides a guide to San Diego County’s resources for improving health, the environment, relationships, and expanding human potential; and feature articles for everyone.

Christine Day is a leading spiritual teacher, healer, channel and author. Following a traumatic...

Pain is the number one reason that people seek medical help. A recent study...

“7 Top Tips for Fighting The Common Cold & Staying Healthy” By Dr. Doni...

EarthTalk® E – The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: To what extent is Antarctica really...

by Amelia Hall Director Christopher Nolan, who brought us Inception, has created yet another...

  • Christine Day is a leading spiritual teacher, healer, channel and author. Following a traumatic childhood in her native Australia, Christine was diagnosed with advanced Systemic Lupus at the age of 31 and given a short time to live. Shortly afterward, she experienced a profound spiritual awakening with the Pleiadians, the energy of which moved her […]

  • Pain is the number one reason that people seek medical help. A recent study showed that 31% of the adult population in America suffers from chronic pain. About half of the people with chronic pain have changed doctors since first seeking treatment, and a fourth have changed doctors at least three times. People keep changing […]

  • “7 Top Tips for Fighting The Common Cold & Staying Healthy” By Dr. Doni Wilson, Author of THE STRESS REMEDY 
 Cold and Flu season is now upon us and that means it is time to think about preventative measures to avoid long illnesses. Dr. Doni, an award-winning naturopathic doctor and nutritionist, is offering her […]

  • EarthTalk® E – The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: To what extent is Antarctica really melting and what impact might it have on coastlines around the world?                                                      – Andrea Hutchinson, Cary, NC The Antarctic continent, roughly the size of the United States and Mexico combined, is composed of rock covered by glaciers some 16,000 […]

  • Interstellar movie

    December 1st, 2014
    Interstellar movie

    by Amelia Hall Director Christopher Nolan, who brought us Inception, has created yet another out of this world movie that displays an extraordinary combination of science and cosmos, woven into a riveting plot. As soon as Matthew McConaughey (Coop) lifts his face onto the screen, you are carried through a three-hour blast-off with mind-benders and […]

  • Whether you’re a gardener or not, anyone interested in healthy living and learning more about growing and eating fresh, delicious and nutritious organic foods, or supporting our local food system will welcome having this book. It’s a labor of love from all the staff, folks, and community creating San Diego Roots Sustainable Food Project, a […]

  • Many people have been talking about how big Republicans won this midterm election. I think the ultimate winner is America and all Americans. Not because the vote reflects the desires of all Americans— few voted, and some weren’t allowed. Unfortunately the probability that the election really happened the way it was tabulated is almost nonexistent. […]

  • Tips to Feel Jolly This Season

    December 1st, 2014
    Tips to Feel Jolly This Season

    # 1 – Compassion The purpose of this Season is to spread joy. Let there be peace on Earth and goodwill to all. Practice gratitude and be thankful for the wonderful gifts that you already have. Make someone smile. J Try helping others less fortunate and pay it forward… # 2 – Breathe Live in […]

  • Public Invited to Scripps Natural Supplements School Jan. 15 Event to offer consumers evidence-based information to guide supplement choices Consumers can learn the latest insights into the safety and effectiveness of vitamins, herbs and minerals at the Natural Supplements School, presented by Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine on Thursday, Jan. 15. The interactive seminar, sponsored […]

  • Om Center for Spiritual Living has taken on a major project that involves local communities, yet will affect individuals globally.  It is called “Shoes with a Heart” project.  Over the last few months, members have been collecting new and used shoes from their closets, neighbors and businesses in the surrounding communities of La Mesa.   The […]

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  • Breathe and Let-Go by Christine Day

    Christine Day is a leading spiritual teacher, healer, channel and author. Following a traumatic childhood in her native Australia, Christine was diagnosed with advanced Systemic Lupus at the age of 31 and given a short time to live. Shortly afterward, she experienced a profound spiritual awakening with the Pleiadians, the energy of which moved her

    Breathe and Let-Go by Christine Day
  • The Politics of Pain by Dr. David Gersten

    Pain is the number one reason that people seek medical help. A recent study showed that 31% of the adult population in America suffers from chronic pain. About half of the people with chronic pain have changed doctors since first seeking treatment, and a fourth have changed doctors at least three times. People keep changing

    The Politics of Pain by Dr. David Gersten
  • Battling the Cold & Flu Season, Naturally by Dr. Doni Wilson

    “7 Top Tips for Fighting The Common Cold & Staying Healthy” By Dr. Doni Wilson, Author of THE STRESS REMEDY 
 Cold and Flu season is now upon us and that means it is time to think about preventative measures to avoid long illnesses. Dr. Doni, an award-winning naturopathic doctor and nutritionist, is offering her

    Battling the Cold & Flu Season, Naturally by Dr. Doni Wilson