Thursday, September 2, 2010

IN THE KITCHEN WITH: Dale Orlando

IN THE KITCHEN WITH: Dale Orlando

Medium and healer offers to help people find themselves, By Laurie Gordon

Dale Orlando is a psychic medium and intuitive healer.
A resident of Stillwater, Orlando said she has been clairvoyant her whole life.

She grew up in River Edge and attended River Dell High School. She had a long career in the wholesale travel industry as a sales representative for major travel companies on the East Coast.

In 1993, she began to cultivate her psychic abilities and studying to become a Reiki Master. In 1996, she studied with a Cherokee Mystic in Sedona, Arizona and was given the name “Goldenfeather.”

Orlando’s studies continued at the Edgar Cayce Association for Research and Enlightenment as she became a Certified Therapeutic Energy Healer.

Orlando said she assists people on their journey toward their soul contract — the reason for this life time. She said there is a human energy field which contains information to heal a person in mind, body and spirit. “When people neglect their spiritual life and there is disregard for the divine, they shut themselves off to their own highest good,” Orlando said. “Mankind will never achieve happiness or fulfillment in the material world. This can only be achieved through spirit.”

Orlando said, “People today are open and receptive to the voice of spirit and the work I provide. As we watch the failing economy, fractured tectonic plates, and hatred among our brothers does anyone ask why or how? Do we blame others? Or do we look within ourselves for our own answers?” Through energy work, and intuitive healing and readings Orlando said she helps people discover their own truth and stay aligned and balanced.

“Be nice to your neighbor,” she said. “You may need his help sooner than you realize.”

For information about Orlando’s services, visit www.goldenfeatherhealing.com or call 862-268-4881.

Dale-icioius Black Bean and Corn Salsa
INGREDIENTS:
1 cup frozen corn (thawed)
15 oz. can black beans (rinse and drain)
1/2 cup fresh cilantro (chopped)
1/2 cup red pepper (diced)
3 scallions (diced)
Juice of one fresh lime
2 Tbl balsamic vinegar
1/2 tsp cumin
1/4 tsp salt
DIRECTIONS:
Mix and serve


Original Article
Orlando’s studies continued at the Edgar Cayce Association for Research and Enlightenment as she became a Certified Therapeutic Energy Healer.

Orlando said she assists people on their journey toward their soul contract — the reason for this life time. She said there is a human energy field which contains information to heal a person in mind, body and spirit. “When people neglect their spiritual life and there is disregard for the divine, they shut themselves off to their own highest good,” Orlando said. “Mankind will never achieve happiness or fulfillment in the material world. This can only be achieved through spirit.”

Orlando said, “People today are open and receptive to the voice of spirit and the work I provide. As we watch the failing economy, fractured tectonic plates, and hatred among our brothers does anyone ask why or how? Do we blame others? Or do we look within ourselves for our own answers?” Through energy work, and intuitive healing and readings Orlando said she helps people discover their own truth and stay aligned and balanced.

“Be nice to your neighbor,” she said. “You may need his help sooner than you realize.”

For information about Orlando’s services, visit www.goldenfeatherhealing.com or call 862-268-4881.

Dale-icioius Black Bean and Corn Salsa
INGREDIENTS:
1 cup frozen corn (thawed)
15 oz. can black beans (rinse and drain)
1/2 cup fresh cilantro (chopped)
1/2 cup red pepper (diced)
3 scallions (diced)
Juice of one fresh lime
2 Tbl balsamic vinegar
1/2 tsp cumin
1/4 tsp salt
DIRECTIONS:
Mix and serve

Original Article 

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