Denis Ouellette

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About Denis Ouellette

Denis is a breathworker, bodyworker, seminar leader, author and editor, who lives in Livingston, Montana. A holistic-health practitioner since 1978, he publishes the bi-monthly healthy-lifestyle magazine, Natural Life News & Directory, distributed throughout the West. Read more about Denis here:


Common Weed with a Host of Health Benefits!

Crystal Maceira, CBP, LMT, MH
July-August 2019 • Vol 3, No 105

In the next few issues, I will be writing about weeds found abundantly here in Montana. When you learn just how healing these weeds are for the body, well, then it will become abundantly clear that these “weeds” are extremely valuable herbs.

Mullein is an herb that I see everywhere along the Canyon Ferry Dam area where I live. Its stock portrays a beautiful single stick of yellow flowers. By the time you finish reading this, you will want to grow this herb for your own use. I have used mullein for almost 30 years, as an oil and in my favorite formula, KVA (Keep Viruses Away). It’s specialty area is the respiratory system—especially the lungs; although, it also soothes and strengthens the bowels and renal system, and it has been very useful for the glands and the serous and mucous membranes. It is a great herbal painkiller and nervous soporific (induces sleep). It calms down any inflamed and irritated nerves. It has been used in many kidney formulas for that very reason. You can use the leaves, flowers, root and the fruit…in other words, the whole plant.

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Feng Shui—


Michele Lewis, CFSP
July-August 2019 • Vol 3, No 105

After all the crazy weather we had in May and June, I’m ready to go somewhere WARM!! Planning a vacation this summer? Here are some tips to help you attract good qi wherever you go and however you choose to get there!

A road trip—whether by car or RV—can be a fabulous way to see and experience new places and new people. Start your trip right with the obvious. Make sure that your vehicle is in good working order; an unexpected repair on the road can cut into your travel time as well as your pocketbook. Give your vehicle a good interior cleaning before you go to bring good vibes into your car as well as helping to clear obstacles to having a good trip. If traveling by RV or camper, it’s likely that it has been sitting closed up all winter. Clear that old, stagnant energy that has gathered by airing it out thoroughly—you want to clear all musty, old odors. You may need to burn a smudge or incense to clear negative qi that may linger. Your vehicle is your “home away from home” while traveling, so a thorough cleansing is worth the effort!

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2019-06-26T08:54:12-07:00Feng Shui|

Real Diabetes Care

Treat the Cause!

Dr. Michael Lang, ND, ABHRT
July-August 2019 • Vol 3, No 105

Is diabetes curable? Not if you listen to the American Diabetes Association (ADA). Here are three big myths/lies that the ADA propagates:

1) “Diabetes is not a choice,” meaning it is not under your control. You are a helpless victim. WRONG. It is under your control with every bite you put in your mouth.

2) “Diabetes is a chronic, progressive and incurable disease.” WRONG AGAIN. Thousands of diabetics have been “cured” with a simple lap-band surgery, which works exactly the same as intermittent fasting—it’s just more expensive, more dangerous, plus it has side effects and other long-term problems—but it cures diabetes, just like intermittent fasting.

3) Lowering blood sugar is the primary goal of therapy. WRONG AGAIN! Diabetes is a dietary disease of insulin resistance. Remove the insulin resistance, and you are cured. Here’s the explanation….

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Your Connection to Source

Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique

Tara Maier
July-August 2019 • Vol 3, No 105

I recently facilitated a past-life regression for a woman we will call “Jamie,” who came into my office with questions about the injustices of the world. She had experienced an immense amount of physical and emotional suffering throughout her life and wanted to understand the purpose. She wanted to know why life was so hard and why she needed to incarnate on this Earth.

After viewing one particularly intense past life involving her ex-husband, I decided to guide her back to Source, so she could heal from the trauma. When I asked her to describe how she felt there, she said, “It’s so good to be back home! I feel wanted. I feel loved. I want to stay here!” I told her to enjoy it and to let it recharge her. When she was ready, I guided her to another appropriate time and place.

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The Decay-Resistant Element

Marlenea La Shomb, N.D., LMT
July-August 2019 • Vol 3, No 105

Fluorine is especially important today because so much food is cooked, thereby destroying this element. It is water-soluble, but easily lost, called an unstable element. At the moment that heat hits the fluorine in food, it is lost to the air. The hightest sources are sea vegetables and black bass, but who is going to eat raw black bass? Gotta learn to love those sea vegetables—nori rolls, anyone? (See article on Sea Vegetables in a previous issue archived at

Note that the fluorine spoken of here is NOT the unevolved chemical that is added to some cities’ drinking water—fluoride—also found in toothpastes
and other products, but an important element evolved to a higher level of vibration through the plant kingdom. It is available to us in raw foods, which can ideally be 60% of our diets. (When vegetables are cooked, it’s always better to use low heat or light steaming.)

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Purifying Your Environment

Boyd Badten
July-August 2019 • Vol 3, No 105

A few years ago, a dear friend sent me a pyramid made of clear epoxy resin, metal shavings, lapis stones and a quartz crystal that she bought at a gem show. I did not know what it was, but I regarded it as new age artwork at the time. I placed it in front of my computer monitor so that I would notice it each day and send thoughts of appreciation to my friend.

I then began to notice that I was sleeping very deeply through the night, despite decades of insomnia. I also noticed that the stream of thoughts and emotions which I experience “from humanity,” but which are not my personal thoughts and feelings, was dramatically more quiet and peaceful. This continued for weeks but I did not know what had caused the change. About 3 weeks later, a co-worker made a casual remark in an email about “orgonites” and I immediately Googled it. I discovered that the little pyramid I had received was an orgonite, and the shift in energy in my living space started with and perhaps was even caused by the pyramid.

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2019-06-26T08:54:13-07:00Energy Medicine|

Cherry Ginger Chutney

Cherry Season Is Short. Savor the Moment. Each Bite a Memory!

Janice Feuer-Haugen
July-August 2019 • Vol 3, No 105

Living in Montana, we wait all year for Flathead cherry season. Throughout the state, Flathead cherries reign supreme. Memories are made from eating these luscious, large, dark, firm, meaty, juicy, and sweet-with-a-touch-of-tart cherries. You definitely can’t—nor would you want to—eat just one.

Although dark, sweet cherries from Washington have begun appearing in our local markets, we’ll begin seeing Flathead cherries a little later than usual this year, in late July.

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July–August 2019 • Vol 3, No 105

From the Editor…

Recipes: Cherry Ginger Chutney • Janice Feuer-Haugen
Healing Singing Bowls • Barbara Woodbury
Creating a Life of Happiness • Dawna Campbell
Herbal Detoxification: The Body’s Power to Heal Itself • Elaine Rylin
Orgonites—Purifying Your Environment • Boyd Badten
Saving a Dog with Essential Oils • Maria Low
Embrace Your Spectacular Self! • Gypsy Cloud
Fluorine: The Decay- Resistant Element • Marlenea La Shomb, N.D., LMT
The Challenges in Your Numberscope—Part 2 • Barbara Michael-Grover
Tuning Up Your Health & Wellness—Part 2 • Penny Cosner, LMT, FCCI, ASI
A Beautiful Joy at Lughnasa—Celtic Holiday of Gratitude • Cheryl Lafferty Eckl
Your Connection to Source • Tara Maier
Nature’s Miracle Superfood—Pollen’s Flower Power! • Christopher Rudy
CBD Oil: Plant-Based Wellness! Product Overview • Tiera Jaquel
Stem Cells: The Fountain of Youth! • Robin Blanc Mascari
Reiki: What, How & Why • James V. Fix, RM, CST
Real Diabetes Care: Treat the Cause! • Michael Lang, ND, ABHRT
What Do Animals Wish for You? • Kim Shotola
From a Death Gate to Shakti Bliss • Kathleen Karlsen
Our Experiences with CBDs • Hilary Pederson & Anthony Smith
Feng Shui— It’s Travel Time! • Michele Lewis, CFSP
10 Steps to Prepare for the Afterlife • C. David Lundberg
Living a Mindful, Purposeful Life • Michãel Palmer
Mullein—A Common Weed’s Health Benefits • Crystal Maceira, CBP, LMT, MH
The 4” Therapy Ball • Mary Loveless, LMT, PTA, C.Ped
Those “Oo-oo-oo!” and “Ah-ah-ah!” Moments • Linda Locke
Camino Spice • Sasha Woods


Famine in the Seeds!

Consider the Next Generation of Seeds Today

Marlenea La Shomb, N.D., LMT
May-June 2019 • Vol 3, No 104

There are many aspects to growing your own food, especially in the colder climate that we have here in Montana. Working with nature is the goal and that begins with your seeds. It is important to consider the way we are handling today’s seeds. So many hybrids have been developed that you actually have to seek out original, non-hybrid seeds. Hybrid plants are sterile, meaning that seeds must be purchased for every planting. They cannot be saved and shared from year to year as your ancestors did in the past! This may be good for the seed companies, but NOT for the seeds. The National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences has indicated that since many of our crops are so genetically uniform through hybrids, they could easily be wiped out by one disastrous disease epidemic.

Most of our vegetables were derived from herbs, but they no longer have the essence, the pungent tastes, or the odors of those herbs. They are increasingly losing their power and effect in the human body. These original, non-hybrid seeds produce crops with immunities to pests and blights through struggles of nature. These seeds have survived the centuries, and so did we.

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The Feng Shui of—


Michele Lewis, CFSP
May-June 2019 • Vol 3, No 104

I know all of you out there have been doing a great job cleaning and decluttering this spring! Now that you’ve finished some basic tidying up, you can clean at a deeper level through the use of efficacious methods for space clearing. Space clearing is cleansing at an energetic level, removing accumulations of negative yin qi. Negative qi is both seen and unseen, and can be felt through our own sensitivity. It gathers in buildings and spaces, clings to walls, ceilings, and furniture and tends to “hide” behind objects, in closets, corners and dark spaces. This extreme yin energy also will sink and accumulate on the floor.

There are many types of negative yin qi. Emotional energy, such as anger and hostility, as well as sadness and fear, can all be felt in a home. Behavior patterns that are spiritually or emotionally unhealthy and those that cause illness and even death, including suicide, carry this energy. Smoking, alcohol and drug abuse—as well as all other addictions—carry a type of negative energy that accumulates over time in a home or building. In many cases, the occupant is unaware that there has been a gradual build-up of negative energy. Negative yin qi can enter a building or space through other people, animals, or through forces we may not be aware of.

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2019-04-28T11:19:42-07:00Feng Shui|