Linda Thunberg, MHt, of Transpersonal Power and Our Place, in Cornelius, received the Outstanding Metaphysical Contribution Award on November 1 during the annual convention of Transpersonal Hypnotherapists. Thunberg received the prestigious award for her work in the metaphysical world and contribution to National Linda Thunberg Association of Transpersonal Hypnotherapists (NATH). The theme of the convention this year was “Share the Vision” and Linda was a special presenter, among others, with a workshop on Group Hypnosis and a Regression group seminar. The President of NATH, Dee Chips BSW, MHt., CRM, LBLt, commented that the award was well deserved. Linda was grateful, honored and humbled by the presentation, saying “It truly is an honor to be selected for this award amongst her colleagues- seasoned hypnotists and healers in the group. I look forward to sharing the vision of truth, of light, and love through my work and involvement in NATH.” Thunberg, owner of Transpersonal Power LLC, is a certified Master Transpersonal Hypnotherapist, a member of NATH (National Association of Hypnotherapist), a certified Addictions Hypnotist, a Life between Lives therapist, a Certified Life Coach, a Delphi Certified Medium, and an Ordained Minister. She is also a member of ARE (Edgar Cayce’s Association of Research and Enlightenment). She is a 20-year student of metaphysics and has the gift of clairvoyance, clairaudience and clairsentience. She has taught numerous metaphysical and spirituality classes and she facilitates New Age support groups.
Alzheimer’s Symptoms Gone
For more information, call 704-237-356, email Linda@TranspersonalPower.com or visit Transpersonal.Power.com. See ad, page 2. 6
Lake Norman, NC
ichael Mauney has overcome his Alzheimer’s symptoms using alkaline water. He is now selling the machines and helping others to wellness. Mauney had been a brick mason since he was 19 years old and started his own business in 1970, which he lost in 2006 due to health problems. In 2010, he was diagnosed with Dementia and Alzheimer’s. He lost the ability to communicate and understand those speaking to him. His central nervous system was impacted. The illness consumed his life and getting through the day was a struggle. He began researching natural treatment options and purchased a water machine in 2010. Within three months of correctly using the machine with the protocols for his particular health issue, he was off all prescription medications. Mauney said “The protocol utilizes hydroxyl ions that are infused into your cells to heal your body on a cellular level by creating a powerful antioxidant effect which is similar to what happens during hyperbaric therapy. Today at 67, I no longer have headaches, back or knee pain, arthritis or seasonal allergies. After three years of use, I was finally able to keep up with the conversations around me. I wanted to give my testimonial about the machine and how it made me well. I would like to help others learn how to use the machine to overcome devastating ailments using alkaline antioxidant water.” For more information, call Michael Mauney at 704-534-1400. See ad, page 9.
Urban Farmer Provides Access to Healthy Eating
ow Much Good’s Urban Farm grows affordable, chemical-free produce for people living in urban food deserts or neighborhoods otherwise identified as “food insecure”. The micro farm, located in Charlotte’s northwest corridor, features seasonal produce such as corn, peppers, squash, cucumbers, collards, eggplant and more. Beehives are on site to help with pollination of their beautiful, chemical-free produce and to provide local, raw honey to customers. Hens freely roam the Robin Emmons urban farm, making available farm fresh eggs happily offered to the community at each market. The Urban Farm is a place where neighborhood residents come together to share in food and fellowship and where EBT / SNAP, cash, debit & credit cards are gladly accepted. In 2008 the founder of Sow Much Good, Robin Emmons, decided to tackle the food deserts using food as a vehicle to promote social justice on important issues such as food access in marginalized communities. The native Bostonian resides in Huntersville with her husband and has lived in North Carolina for 20 years. Emmons is an advocate, activist, humanitarian, gardener and now, farmer, having dug up her entire backyard and sowed the seeds for the nonprofit, Sow Much Good. She has dedicated herself to eliminating systemic barriers in the food system that disproportionately affect the working poor and underserved populations. Location: 3400 Sunset Rd., Charlotte. For more information, call 704-947-6842, email Info@SowMuchGood.org or visit SowMuchGood.org.