Notes on the 100 Mile House 2018 Fall Conference – Cariboo Paracon

The conference is over, and this blog is a compilation of notes about the fall conference which Questers sponsored with Spaced Out Radio. The Setting Spruce Hill Resort is a beautiful spot, located at 108 Mile House, with rooms and chalets available. For those that are exercise enthusiasts, outdoors, there are miles of trails for […]

A Happier You by Eckhart Tolle

The greatest goal you can set this year is to make peace with your life, no matter your circumstances. These 10 powerful insights from Eckhart Tolle will get you started. • Don’t seek happiness. If you seek it, you won’t find it, because seeking is the antithesis of happiness. Happiness is ever elusive, but freedom […]

Wakeup: Start with a Purpose

Note for Readers: The following article is an excerpt from  “Take a Mindful Moment: 5 Simple Practices for Daily Life” by By Parneet Pal, Carley Hauck, Elisha Goldstein, Kyra Bobinet and Cara Bradley | May 10, 2018 from the blog on Mindful.Org.  To read the rest of this article, go to https://www.mindful.org/take-a-mindful-moment-5-simple-practices-for-daily-life/.  Reprinted under the […]

My Goran’s Healing Experience By Fred Greef

Background In mid February, Jacquelyn Rose, current Questers President,  asked all participants in Goran’s hands on healing post-conference workshop at the Fall Conference 2017, to share any notable or dramatic benefits you received from his transmissions? For those of you that didn’t attend, here is what was scheduled to happen in the workshop on Sunday […]

Christmas Peace

As we move towards a new year, the news is full of different people and different groups asking for peace.  For peace to happen, everyone needs to be on board with the idea, and with the “rules” that come with peace.  It is difficult to be peaceful when you cannot feed and cloth your family, […]

A Christmas Story – The Christmas Tree

The Christmas Tree My mother always loved Christmas. Maybe it was the inner spark of light more clearly seen in the dark, cold Winnipeg winters. Maybe it was the singing and happy smiles. Maybe it was the gifts and coloured lights, the shortbread and butter tarts, the food and festive celebrations, the birth of the […]