The Millstone Times February 2019




After you clean your house, does it still feel weird, stagnant, or even uninviting? Maybe it’s time to cleanse the energy! The daily activities of every family can introduce strain and discontent at home and in the workplace. The “residue” left over from these stressful events and discussions can soak into the walls, floors, and furniture of the space. These energy imbalances can make people feel uneasy and uncomfortable in their own homes, as this residual energy weighs them down physically and emotionally. In many locations, the residual energy of past events in history can also attract spiritual entities that can affect the health and behavior of the local residents. We at Dimensions Reiki recommend clearing the energy in your house when major shifts in your own personal life occur, such as a divorce, continuing illnesses, when things just don’t feel “right” or an overall feeling of bad luck that seems to be continuously flowing in your direction and affecting you and/or your loved ones. Any unexplained visions, noises, smells and drastic changes in temperature that cannot be debunked might be an indication of a spiritual presence that should be cleared. Please contact us for a consultation to see how Dimensions can help get your home back to balance. For more information, visit Jeff Carpenter is a Reiki Master Teacher, psychic, spiritual cleanser, and psychic medium who owns Dimensions Reiki, 169 Main Street, Suite 105, Matawan, NJ. Please email or call 732-832-1036 to schedule an appointment. Cleansing Your Energy Space

Classes and Workshops

169 Main Street, Suite 105, Matawan, NJ 07747 Jeff Carpenter, Founder and Reiki Master Teacher • Pain Reduction • Stress Relief • Improved Well-Being Energy Therapy through Reiki Dimensions ❖ Bring this ad in for 10% off! Dimensions Center of Wellness (732) 832-1036 Psychic and Medium Services Find YOUR Intention, and Love Your Well-Being! • Home/Space Cleansings In-Person and Remote Sessions Psychic Development Animal Reiki

Staying Healthy in the Winter By Brianna Siciliano

Winter weather can tire us out; waking up in the morning to frigid temperatures and the dark sky is not exactly the ideal setting to wake up in. Putting mornings aside, winter brings many undesirable factors into play, includ- ing colds and the flu, extra weight on our bodies, and unimaginable exhaustion. Thankfully we can do our best to keep healthy this winter season by taking all the right steps to protect ourselves and our loved ones. To start, it is very important to get as much sleep as possible throughout the winter months. In the winter, it is perfectly natural for our bodies to catch up on hours for sleeping. Nights are longer for these short winter months, therefore we must take advantage of this blessing! Another important factor to staying healthy in the winter is exercise. As the holidays come to an end, we are afraid to step on our scales and see how much weight we have gained over the past few weeks. But weight control is not the only reason to exercise in the winter! Working out gives our body energy and endorphins while getting our heartbeat up, and working out makes our bodies warm. There is no better way to stay warm in the winter than by taking advantage of all the benefits that exercising provides us! Feeding your body supplements in the winter is a great way to prevent colds. Including Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Iron, and Vitamin D in your diet is a great way to strengthen your immune system, boost energy levels, maintain great eyesight, and reduce the time frame and severity of cold symptoms. What many people do not realize the

importance taking vitamins. While Vitamin C is an antioxidant that protects our bodies from diseases, such as heart disease and cancer. Vitamin A is vital for strengthening the immune system, maintaining eyesight, and repairing tissues in our body to help growth and development. While Iron is needed for energy and the formation of red blood cells in our body (which carry oxygen); vitamin D is needed to control the amount of calcium in our bodies to keep our bones strong. All in all, staying healthy this winter season is possible! Getting more sleep, exercising, and taking vitamins and minerals can help your health remain in tip-top shape during the cold and flu season.


The Millstone Times

February 2019

Made with FlippingBook - professional solution for displaying marketing and sales documents online