Speaker on New Normal: Sheri Ann Cook

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Sheri Ann Cook You’d better grab yourself a snack for this one… Tchipakkan’s Guest on the New Normal on Wednesday is Sheri Ann Cook, and we “kitchen witches” will be talking about food! There is nothing we all do more often than eat (even more than we sleep), and what we consume makes a sacred connection between humans and the planet.

Sheri will be doing a workshop at Changing Times-Changing Worlds on Ritual Baking, and we’ll be talking about how to make your kitchen a magickal place, how to make your food work for you, what’s she’s been up to recently and what’s on the menu as we move into the cold dark of the year.

I know you cook! Do you cast spells? Do you know that many of the ingredients in your kitchen like cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and cloves are powerful magical SAC cookies augingredients? So is your parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme! (and other ingredients from milk to meat to pasta!) We may even share some special recipes!

SACTiramisu cookiesPlease call in with any stories or questions: 619-639-4606

To listen live: open a window on your computer to www.Liveparanormal.com, sign in, and click on Shows, and the New Normal to listen. To listen later at your convenience, shows are archived by date on LiveParanormal.com here, and they’re organized by date, topic and guest on Tchipakkan.com .
OK- we had technical difficulty getting Sheri on last week. This time for sure! If not- come to the conference and see her there!

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Vendor Highlight: Lauren Grover

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pregnancy hennaPaisley Peacock Body Arts

Lauren Grover offers magickal henna art at CTCW this year. Please go over to her website for a full gallery of her beautiful work. She offers everything from affordable hand or foot henna to amazing, long lasting ornamentation for special occasions or just to feel special (not to mention spiritual uses of henna).Lauren doing henna Lauren will be teaching Henna in Ritual on Friday at 1:30 (as well as Guedra dancing Sunday morning). But stop and see her beautiful work at the con, or contact her for your special occasion Paisley Peacock Body Arts.

Her henna crowns are just amazing. Let her decorate your hands, feet, back, or whatever.henna hands

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Speaker on New Normal: Catherine Kane

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cathy auraOn November 4th, Catherine Kane will be appearing from 8-9 pm on the New Normal with Tchipakkan on http://liveparanormal.com/

We’re talking about psychic empaths, those of us who are extra tuned in to the feelings and emotional vibes of others. It’s a lovely gift but, while you’re born with the gift, you’re not born with the skills you need to manage it. Without those skills, psychic empathy can be an overwhelming experience.

We’ll be talking about those skills- about how to control how much psychic energy you take in, how to ground out energy you don’t want and what to do with your gift, amongst other things. We’ll also talk about the people who care about empaths and how they can support their psychic.

Want to catch this interview, call in with your own questions or be part of the live chat happening during every show?

If you just want to listen, you can go to the above site, click the “Listen Live and Chat” listing under the “radio-listen/chat room” heading, and click “LISTEN HERE” next to “the New Normal”.
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If you want to chat, you’ll need to go to the top of the home page on the extreme right and click “Join” to set up a personal account (it’s free but takes a few moments, so you might want to do this in advance)

Please feel free to call in with questions or comments at 619-639-4606

And, if you can’t tune in at that time, Live Paranormal.com archives its shows for your listening at a time convenient to you.

Read The Practical Empath (bring it to the con and get her to sign your copy!)

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Workshop Spotlight: Mind-Body Connection with Selina Rifkin

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The Mind/Body Connection is Real:

How Your Gut Affects Your Mental and Emotional Health

Our mental and emotional health is dependent on our ability to be nourished by what we eat. If our digestive system is not working right, then the rest of the body, which includes the brain, doesn’t work right either. ADD/ADHD, depression, schizophrenia, anxiety, and autism spectrum are all closely related to gut health. Find out what causes gut dysbiosis and what to do about it.

Selina Rifkin, L.M.T., M.S. is a graduate of Temple University and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. In 1998 she graduated from the Downeast School of Massage in Selina RifkinMaine where she specialized in sports massage. She is licensed as a massage therapist in both Maine and Connecticut, but currently spends most of her time in Connecticut. In 2006 she completed her Masters program in Nutrition with a focus on traditional foods, and the work of Weston A. Price. In 2008, she started working for Cherry Hill Seminary and currently serves as the Assistant to the Director.

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