2015 April PDF Version
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To me, Easter and early Spring, is about resurrecting … rising above the darkness of the recent months and ‘rolling the stone away’ from whatever holds us back from our dreams.
Thoughts turn to clearing away winter clutter and begin deep cleaning and clearing to make way for the new to spring forth. Honestly, I don’t think any progress can ever truly be made without releasing what we no longer need, use or love, and this is urgent! Stop what you’re doing and clear the stuff now, page 16. Once cleared, new energy and life flows in and brings with it the new opportunities we pray and wait for.
This month marks the 45th Anniversary of Earth Day on April 22. On pages 6 and 7 I’ve listed various movements and organizations along with – large and small things you can do to contribute to the sustainable future of our planet. I remember when Earth Day began and who knew it would gain the momentum it has? Read the article – click the links – and develop some new habits that will contribute to saving our good green Earth.
It seems like we (my editors and I) continually search for alternative ways to improve our health. This month we feature the much overlooked magnesium deficiency, page 10, and also the benefits of lemons. Associate editor, Kathleen Jacoby begins a new column this month called, ‘Journey2Raw.” We invite you to go on this journey with us. Be inspired to share your favorite recipes with us and join us toward eating more raw and less cooked foods.
There is much to read in this issue so I will let you get to it. Roll the stone away from what’s holding you back from living the life you want. Happy Spring!
The Inner Voice Magazine
2015 March Flash Version – Read Online
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It always amazes me that I can plan a theme for the month’s issue and as I begin working on the layout, the angels who guide and inspire me alter those original plans and the issue morphs into something else. The theme began as ‘March, the winds of change … in the weather and in our lives.’ As I was in the process of typesetting, those changes kept coming and finally opening up a door within me that had been locked … my distress and frustration over violence on TV and in the movies. The angels said ‘do it,’ so I took the thoughts I wrote some years ago and combined it into the inspiration from the angels now, who were cheering me on to write what needed to be said. See Angel Talk in this issue for my long awaited thoughts on the matter.
- My editor, Kathleen Jacoby, also chimed in on the subject with her thoughts and suggestions for alternative shows to watch, p. 5.
- Kari Uselman out did herself with an effective exercise that will guide you through the inner changes you’d like to make, p. 12.
- Writer Laurel Kashinn has us take a look at the problem with change a thought-filled piece based on the Serenity Prayer, page 9.
- Beverly Brunelle takes us a step or two further with choosing to be sensational, p. 11.
- Experts claim an Olive Oil component HEALS CANCER CELLS, p. 15.
- And what’s with the Four-Leaf clover and other Lucky Charms in Folklore? Read all about them on p. 6-7.
There are a couple of Wellness Fairs happening this month, so mark your calendars!
- Emerge Fair in Appleton, March 21; and
- The Dare To Be Aware Fair in Milwaukee on March 22nd! See ads on p. 8 and 10. A weekend of fun to break up the long cold winter!
There’s plenty of GREEN inspiration to awaken and stimulate inner changes to ready ourselves for when we can emerge in the green outdoors! Until then, feel free to print this magazine and SHARE the link with all your friends!
Nancy Freier, Publisher
January 2015 Issue
2015 January Flash
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In a most heartfelt way, my staff of writers and contributors and I wish you a wonderful New Year. I know we’ve heard this at the start of every year with the sincerest resolutions of making positive changes in our lives, and if you’re anything like me, those good intentions usually disappear before February comes around. Not this year. I have amped up my willpower with the best information I could find on creating the life I want to have…and ways to stick to it. It is my hope you will also benefit from my findings in the next 20 pages…
The angels give us some advice on creating the life we want by becoming aware of what we are thinking about, p. 5. Numerologist and author Kathleen Jacoby begins her Numerology forecasts for 2015, p. 6-9. Beverly Brunelle has some fresh ideas we can do every day, p. 10 and on p. 11 you’ll find ways to pump up the feng shui in your house.
I look far and wide for inspiring healing stories and I hit the jackpot in my interview with Kari Uselman, p. 12-15. Kari offers an array of techniques in her practice, and she has some amazing results to share. Be inspired!
Also new this month is the beginning of AstroOutlook, p. 18. To those who remember the print version of The Inner Voice, you will recall our friend Christopher Pearce who wrote this column. In case you didn’t know, Chris passed away several years ago. I have a sneaky suspicion he had a hand in finding his replacement for this column. Welcome, Barry Kerr!
Continuing his research into past lives is my brother and coeditor, Steve Freier, p. 16. Tips for staying aware and in focus by Rev. Losey is on p. 17, and many more ideas are shared in some very cool video clips that will surely enhance your life in 2015. Happy New Year, indeed!
Personal Readings from the Angels
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‘You Can Talk To Your Angels’ Book: https://gumroad.com/l/YbgY
Angel Talk™ Blog: http://angeltalkpublishing.wordpress.com
DoTERRA Essential Oils: www.mydoterra.com/nancyfreier
2014 November Flash Version
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This issue is dedicated to the memory of my most memorable character and dearest friend, Richard Jerome Bennett who died on May 20, 2014 from Pancreatic Cancer. If you knew him, you will know him far better and what he did to raise the peace and love and higher consciousness of the planet. If you did not know him, you will meet his spirit on these pages, for he is with us still.
I do not wish to take up much space with this letter, but let this entire issue speak to the life of our dear friend, artist, painter, pianist, composer, singer and peacemaker – loved by all who knew him in this lifetime and in all other lifetimes – forever throughout eternity.
If you can be still for a moment, you may hear him say: “OM TAT SAT. Sound is Truth.” Rest in Peace, Richard.
P.S. We will return to our normal format and columns next issue.
This issue of The Inner Voice e-magazine is to bring awareness of the power that our thoughts and imagination have on our lives. The effects are evident, and if we become aware of what we are thinking, we can see the pathways of our creations. The good news is that we can always re-imagine and change the direction of what we want to create instead. This issue offers some ‘proof!’ In fact, this entire magazine is a result of imagination.
A few years ago I had a startling scare from the results of a pap smear test. The call came for me to see the doctor immediately for further tests. Funny how these calls always seem to happen on a holiday – Christmas Eve in this case, and I had to wait a few days before I could see the doctor for a D&C test. In my fear-filled mind, I had myself dead and buried within the first few minutes of hearing the results. Luckily for me, I had the awareness of the ability to re-create this. I knew to reach deeper for the angels’ guidance and I chose to follow their voice. They said to visualize (with all my imagination) that all my cells were in excellent health. I laid beneath my colored healing lamp and visualized the ‘Great White Light’ shining in me, clearing any dark spots away into nothingness. When the day came for my next, more invasive D&C tests, the results turned up nothing! Anything abnormal that may have been there before had disappeared!
We have the power to create so why not create happy, healthy lives? I invite you to read what my contributors have written this month to ignite your imagination to heal something in your life. Take time to investigate what’s in your psyche and choose something you would prefer to experience. Carve a happy face on your pumpkin this year!
2014 September Flash Version
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In this issue, I am bringing back my friend and ‘miracle worker,’ Rev, Joann Baumann and her column, “Miracles I’ve Seen” (page 10). Her work was the initial inspiration for publishing The Inner Voice back in 1992. In this issue, I hope her own healing story will inspire you.
Recently, I heard someone complain that prayer doesn’t work. I will stand my ground and say, oh yes it does, (this entire issue is about prayer and about how changing our thoughts and beliefs can even reverse illness!). But, the problem with prayer (I will guess) is that we pray, on an average of an hour a week … on Sunday while in church (that is, if one goes to church). In addition, a person may pray (on bended knee) a few minutes out of the day. If that’s 5 minutes a day, time 7 days a week, that totals 35 minutes a week. Plus the hour in church, it comes to a grand total of 95 minutes a week. I publish this e-magazine to help increase spiritual awareness, and I believe this may be the crux of the problem. So now, considering that we spend the rest of the time, (all 1,345 minutes) thinking fear-filled thoughts and worried about war, what we’re wearing, what our neighbors are doing and judging everything and everyone, tell me, what will manifest in your world? Do you think it will be what we thought about for 95 minutes, or what we worried about the remainder of the week?
ALL THOUGHT CREATES! All thought has effect. Prayer indeed works, and it works because it is our focused attention on a thought. What we think about for 1,345 minutes a week stands a far better chance of manifesting in our lives than what we ‘pray’ about for 95 minutes a week! Become a shepherd over your thoughts. Start with one day this month, World Prayer Day, September 11. Don’t give up if you find it impossible to control your wandering mind. Notice what you’re thinking about and then gently bring your thoughts back to what you want to create. As in forming any new habit, it may take practice! How to pray? See page 13 for one of the best descriptions of prayer I’ve read in a long time. Let’s start with World Prayer Day and then expand it to the day after, and then to the day after, and the day after that … until we see peace in all the World.