In 2004 Liam was diagnosed with a debilitating disease called Ulcerated Colitis that took him on a journey (often to the toilet, sometimes exceeding 20 times day) from his death bed to a life of creativity and fun.
At a weight of less than 50 Kg, a large bag bursting with medication and a lunch box of specially prepared meals he dragged his body to England to say a final farewell to family. It was there after two years of pain, suffering and gory that he found Access. With in three weeks of receiving a body session called the "Bars" and using simple Access tools that his body started a miraculous change.
This is an easy read, filled with humour, tons of easy to use tools and insights based on real, every day events. This book is unlike any other you have read on healing. It provides no answer, form or structure. What it does ask is a lot of questions to help you overcome the limitations of your mind and provide you with tools to do this.This book has the potential to change anybody whether in dis-ease or not and provide insights for parents, carers and professionals alike.
The Bleep Store
A resource for those interested in books, movies, CDs, DVDs, eco-products and gifts. What The Bleep!
Your Guide To Green
We help you take the guesswork out of going green. Here you will find that by making minor modifications to your normal routine, you can easily make a huge difference in your wallet, your quality of life and your environment.
Your Guide To Green
help you take the guesswork out of going green. Here you will find that by making minor modifications to your normal routine, you can easily make a huge difference in your wallet, your quality of life and your environment.
In 'paying it forward,' woman finds way to inspire others
This is "What Women Want" — and no, it doesn't involve Mel Gibson.
"What Women Want" is a brand new, twice-monthly inspirational talk at Waterstreet Café at Battleship Cove. It features prominent women business owners, writers and other speakers who aim to inspire their fellow working women.
"I wanted to bring in women speakers to boost other women in our community. Working women who have families feel spread thin these days. They wonder if they're doing the best they can. I know, because I'm one of them," said Janine Ouellette Sullivan, who started the series.