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Hypnotically Speaking

Hypnotically Speaking

If you have been following this column, you now have a better understanding of the communication between the conscious and unconscious mind and how it can influence your life. Maybe you have been thinking of ways to use hypnosis in your own life. Before we begin to explore the many ways hypnosis can benefit you,

Buz Blog

Opinion: The Legacy of Fathers

Since today is Father’s Day, it is only appropriate that we examine the legacy that the ones who sired us leave behind. While both parents are needed to make a family, there is an exhaustive amount of evidence that children raised without fathers have a much higher rate of everything bad. Those poor kids drop

On Cinema With Tonatiuh Malanos-Rodriguez

Why Film Festivals Are Still Essential for Filmmaking

The Sedona International Film Festival is back in town, and I reviewed some of its films the other day. As I said before, I have a great deal of respect for the festival, and I appreciate all the life and culture it’s breathed into the city (and state). And this brings an important point to

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

12 Pretty Plants With Daisy Flowers

A favorite flower of days gone by would have to be a daisy, Bellis perennis. This happy-face flower with radiating white petals around a yellow center is still identifiable to even non-gardeners. Daisies are so tough in the mountain garden, but too much white is boring and plain. We developed many daisies like bloomers that

The Zany Sage

Welcome, Clutter

By the time someone engages the services of a professional organizer, they have often had some sort of a precipitating event.  I like to think of it as the 3 D’s – a death, downsizing or divorce.  Of course, there are other reasons too but those significant life changes are big enough to prompt action

Buz Blog

Opinion: Looking Down on the Masses

There has always been those who think they are better than “the masses” of people. Throughout history, they have gone by many names: royalty, aristocrats, and more recently elitists. Members of these exclusive groups are the antithesis of what our Constitutional Republic was meant to be. They consider themselves to be our superiors, so, of

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