Two New Openings in north Mission Viejo

Panda Express facing Los Alisos, in the shopping center at Marguerite Parkway and Santa Margarita Parkway where there’s CVS Pharmacy, Ralph’s Market, McDonald’s, and the Pet Store Warehouse.

Also at the same intersection but across the street is a new Auto Club Office next to Petco in the Sprout’s Farmer’s Market shopping center where there’s also Yogurtland and Claim Jumper Restaurant.

And some good news for anyone who gets cold sores or canker sores, Sprout’s now carries the two problem solvers I developed over 20 years ago.  The first,  Cold Sores Begone Stick™, a chapstick that stops a cold sore from surfacing at the early warning tingle.  www.Cold Sores Begone.com.

Cold & Canker Sore Begone1.5mg

Second, Canker Sores Begone Stick™, which within 24-36 hours, heals a mouth ulcer inside the mouth (on or under tongue, inside cheeks, roof of mouth, inside lips).  www.CankerSoresBegone.com

Do you know anyone overseas who could use either remedy? We now ship international orders for which there’s a flat shipping fee of $10, maximum 5 pieces per order.  There’s a moneyback guarantee but the shipping fee is not included.  (888) 877-6315.

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Missing a Farmer’s Market in Mission Viejo? We’re Getting One!

It will be owned and operated by Verge Hagopian, a former teacher at Mission Viejo High School. He’s driven by an interest in healthy eating, and as such, the 40-60 vendors participating will only be offering healthy food.  If you get thirsty while you’re there and want a soda, for-getta-boud it.  Hagopian says soda is unhealthy and you won’t find it sold there.

The farmer’s market will start in January 2012, every Friday morning next to the Mission Viejo Library.  The exact hours haven’t been announced yet, but I’ll post it here later.

For more details, read Peter Schelden’s online article about the new Farmer’s Market at the Mission Viejo Patch.

Animal Communicator to Speak at Event. Bring Your Questions!

The OC chapter of the International Association for Near Death Studies (IANDS) is hosting speaker Frances W Greenspan, an animal communicator.   She speaks with animals both here and to those who have crossed over by tuning in telepathically to their spirit/higher self to ask questions and receive their answers.

She’ll be speaking on the death experience of animals, their afterlife, and how it compares to that of humans.

Frances has appeared on numerous pet related radio shows, in print and online magazines, and is author of the book “What Do Your Pets Want You to Know? My Story of Animal Communication”.

She’s also an artist, specializing in illustrations of animals.  She was recognized by Cat Fancy Magazine as one of the most gifted animal artists in the world.

Feel free to invite all your pet owner friends and everyone else who has an interest in this topic or near-death experiences to join us.

This is an ever-growing area of interest according to the producer of Fox LA News.  At OC IANDS’ meeting last month, they were there filming segments for a piece on near-death experiences.  It will be televised Monday, October 10th, 2011 during the 10pm news hour.  The story will also be on their website after it plays.

Q & A will follow her talk.  If you have questions that are not necessarily animal related, but concerning near-death or any spiritually transformative experience, you’re welcome to ask those as well.  Group members with first hand knowledge of these kinds of experiences may join in to help answer those questions.

Afterwards, everyone is invited to a no-host dinner beginning 4:20 pm at Mimi’s Café, 17231 17th St., Tustin, CA. The restaurant phone number is 714-544-5522.

We encourage a donation of $10 per person for our expenses, but no one is turned away.  RSVP at robinbarr1@cox.net.

OC IANDS meets the 2nd Saturday of each month, from 1pm-4pm at Unity Church of Tustin, 14402 Prospect Ave., Tustin, CA. Drive to the back of the church, turn left, and park.  The first room you come to will be the classroom where we meet.  If you get lost, call Robin at 949-290-1949.

Hospice Manager to Talk About Experiences Pointing to Life After Death

The Life After Life Club in Laguna Woods will be featuring LaVon Switzer, MSW-LCSW, who will be speaking on communications with the deceased.

Through the years, Ms. Switzer, a Hospice Manager with an extensive background in the bereavement field, has witnessed and been privy to many remarkable experiences pointing to life beyond death.  In the hospice setting, dying patients see deceased loved ones beckoning them.

After the patient’s death, their loved ones begin having experiences that feel like communication from the deceased.  She will discuss this with an emphasis on the moving experiences had by the bereaved.

Ms. Switzer has a Masters in Social Work from San Diego State University, and has for many years, managed large bereavement departments at hospices such as Vitas Innovative Hospice, Sharp Hospice Care, and Kaiser Permanente Hospice Department in San Diego.

She has lectured in the school of Social Work of San Diego State University and has spoken widely at conferences and symposia regarding working with the dying patient.

Date:   Saturday, October 1, 2011
Time:   9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m
Place:  Laguna Woods, Clubhouse 7 (directions below)
Admission:   $3 for non-members; free for members
For more information:  Call Elizabeth at (949) 707-1633

DIRECTIONS TO CLUBHOUSE 7,
24111 Moulton Parkway, Laguna Woods CA 9263

FROM THE NORTH:
Take the #5 Freeway SOUTH.
Take Lake Forest exit: turn RIGHT onto Lake Forest.
Go .3 miles and take LEFT onto Moulton.
You’ll cross Ridge Route Road and Santa Maria.
The next street is “Gate 12”
Turn  RIGHT onto Gate 12. (You’ve gone too far if you get to El Toro.)
You’ll see Clubhouse 7 ahead, on the right. We’re meeting in the Clubhouse.

FROM THE SOUTH:
Take the #5 Freeway NORTH.
Take the El Toro Exit. Turn LEFT onto El Toro.
Continue on El Toro to Moulton Parkway.
Turn RIGHT onto  Moulton Parkway.
The first stoplight is a street called “Gate 12.”
Turn LEFT onto Gate 12 street.
You’ll see Clubhouse 7 ahead, on the right.  We’re meeting in the Clubhouse.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Take the #5 Freeway NORTH.

 

Take the El Toro Exit. Turn LEFT onto El Toro.

 

Continue on El Toro to Moulton Parkway.

 

Turn RIGHT onto  Moulton Parkway.

 

The first stoplight is a street called “Gate 12.”

 

Turn LEFT onto Gate 12 street.

 

You’ll see Clubhouse 7 ahead, on the right.  We’re meeting in the Clubhouse.

This Saturday, view the documentary ”Infinity, The Ultimate Trip–Journey Beyond Death”

What happens after we pass from this world? Is there life after this one? Or, do we just disappear forever? These are the questions asked in this powerful and poignant documentary, “Infinity: The Ultimate Trip”. Many may be surprised by the answers.

Featured are noted experts Greg Braden, Dannion Brinkley, Renate Dollinger, Stanislov Grof, John Holland, Dzogchen Ponlop, Robert Thurman, Alberto Villoldo, Neal Walsch, and Brian Weiss, MD using vital and beautiful imagery, along with personal accounts of near-death experiences (NDE), reincarnation and more.

There will be discussion about modern day beliefs, what near-death experiences teach, and how it can impact others.  Bob Siress, who will lead this event, hopes to address your opinions on the distressing NDE’s or just come to discover what those that have died have to say to those who are searching for meaning and understanding of life’s most sought after questions.

The OC International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) welcomes the narration of all spiritually transformative experiences and their life-changing after effects.  All are welcome to  share their experiences, yet there’s no obligation or pressure to.

When:     Saturday, 5/14/11, 1p-4p
Where:    Unity of Tustin, 14402 Prospect Ave. , Tustin, CA  92780
(drive to parking lot in back, lst classroom on the right) Map below.

Cost:    A donation of $10 per person for expenses is encouraged, but no one is turned away.

RSVP to Bob Siress at bob.siress@siress.com

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If you need a new dentist, here’s why I recommend mine

Shervin Ahmadnia, DDS, Family Forest Dentistry

  • Excellent work
  • Affordable prices
  • He’s a doll. (My 85 year old mother had a crush on him)
  • He’s gentle, patient and wants you to be happy
  • Friendly staff
  • I’ve been his patient since 1998, and have had crowns, fillings, teeth whitening, teeth cleaning
  • Did I mention he’s affordable?
  • Accepts Medi-cal, credit cards
  • Anyone I’ve recommended him to are very happy

He offers an in-office dental plan that saves me money every year.  As a single person, no children, it costs $105/year. Saves money on all dental work. No claim forms, deductibles, or annual maximums, and coordinates with other dental coverage. If you go in, ask about it.

Open:
Mon, Wed, Thur – 8am-7pm
Tues, 8am-6pm
Every other Saturday, 8am-2pm
Friday-closed

22855 Lake Forest Dr., Suite B, Lake Forest, CA  92630 (between Muirlands and Rockfield, north side of street in strip mall)

(949) 583-1558

Free outdoor circuit fitness course in Lake Forest

Fitness Course @ Saddleback Church

Saddleback Church recently installed an outdoor fitness course free for the community regardless if you’re a church member or your religious affiliation.

If you are hungry after your workout, you can visit the Refinery on campus. It offers healthy options, such as agave-glazed salmon tacos, lemon herb chicken wraps and rice bowls, all at very reasonable prices.

Now this is a find!  I have to check it out!