Manalapan Award Program Honors the Achievement
MANALAPAN July 2, 2015 -- Spirit Cove, LLC has been selected for the 2015 Best of Manalapan Award in the Shops category by the Manalapan Award Program.
Each year, the Manalapan Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Manalapan area a great place to live, work and play.
Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2015 Manalapan Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Manalapan Award Program and data provided by third parties.
About Manalapan Award Program
The Manalapan Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Manalapan area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.
The Manalapan Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community's contributions to the U.S. economy.
SOURCE: Manalapan Award Program
Come do your holiday shopping at
At the Englishtown Auction
Red building #17
Holiday bonanza!! See coupon below!
Large selection of unique gifts to feed the mind, body and spirit!
Sticks, cones, powders and resin incense and burners
Scented oils and burners
Raw and tumbled gemstones
Book selection, including autographed books
Salt lamps and stone candle holders, handmade shirts and scarves
Herbs for healing and meditation
We will find and special order items for you.
90 Day Layaway plan is available
Don’t know what to buy that special someone? Get them a Spirit Cove gift certificate toward any of the merchandise in the store.*
*Gift certificates must be paid for with cash only and expire one year from date of purchase. Coupon not eligible for Gift Certificate purchases.
Spirit Cove Coupon
This Spirit Cove coupon is valid for 20% off your Single item in-store merchandise purchase. It must be presented to Spirit Cove caterer, prior to purchase.
Coupon is valid 11/29/14 – 12/24/14
**coupon is not valid on purchases of special orders, gift certificates, or services**
A healing miracle happened this weekend. A girl came into our store. She had been physically abused by her ex boyfriend and recovering from a cracked rib and a cut running vertically on the front of her shin. The cut was very red and painful as well. Rev. Dr. Deborah focused healing only on the leg for the deep cut. Afterward, not only did the girl have no pain in her leg, but the cut turned from very red to a pinkish color indicating healing. She stood up and jumped up and down noting no pain in her rib area either. Absolutely amazing. As you all know, we don't charge for healings because no money in the world can pay for a miracle. Blessings.
An awesome follow up happened today. A woman who came in for a reading to connect with her deceased brother a
few weeks ago came in today. She shared that Deborah had told her during reading her brother wanted her to look in his duffel bag, that that was important. She had gone home and looked for such a bag and found it. It contained a folder with
his will and life insurance policy, documents that the family had been looking for. We thank the angels.
No words can properly describe today's energy healing miracle. A woman came in very depressed and had pain in both heels of her feet making it very difficult to stand and walk. Deborah did energy healing on each heel of her feet separately. She put her shoes back on and stood up about two minutes later and exclaimed that she had no pain in her feet. She cried as she stomped her feet and jumped up... and down saying "look I have no pain!" She then said she had lost her faith in God but now she believes again. She was in visible awe and shock over the miracle she received. Deborah's only advice to her was that she received a miracle from God and her pay back is only that she now be happy and be the miracle in another's life. Truly an amazing experience. Blessings to all.
Did you know, that Mayonnaise is a natural beauty remedy?
Use as a hair conditioner: After washing and rinsing your hair with regular shampoo, spread a tablespoon of mayo into your hair. Massage it deep into the scalp and pull through to the tip of each strand of hair. Leave it in your hair for one hour and then rinse it off. Wash your hair with shampoo again. Discovery silkier and softer hair with a vibrant sheen.
Use as a treatment for sunburn: For painful sunburn, spread some mayo on the affected area for cooling, soothing and moisturizing.
As a facial mask: Want glowing skin? Use mayo as a cleansing product for your face. Spread mayonnaise uniformly all over your face and leave it on for 20 minutes. Rinse with warm water. Touch your smooth, soft, glowing skin.
Myrrh produces amazing results in the treatment of chronic wounds and ulcers. It accelerates wound healing and is especially effective in the treatment of weeping eczema, bedsores, deeply chapped and cracked skin, boils, carbuncles, and acne. It is a universal medicinal skin remedy for infections as well. When combined with other natural ingredients, the effectiveness of Myrrh is limitless.
Myrrh is taken from Commiphora myrrha trees, which are commonly found in the Arabian Peninsula. It is harvested as dried sap and has a sweet, woody fragrance. The sap has been used for centuries to make medicines to decrease inflammation and kill bacteria. The use of myrrh goes back at least 4,000 years. Historical data mentions that it is one of the oldest known herbs used for medicinal purposes, dating back to the sixteenth century, BC.. It is also listed on the ancient Egyptian list of over 800 prescriptions and recipes.
Try a sample of our beta acne cream. For eczema, psoriasis, severely chapped, itchy or dry skin, try Spirit Cove’s “Rectify Hand Cream.”
Carrots are an excellent source of Vitamin A (beta-carotene) which is a natural antioxidant and essential for tissue growth in the body. Carrots contain vitamin A in the form of beta-carotene. Antioxidants slow down the aging process by attacking free radicals which are typical causes of problems such as eczema, dermatitis, rashes and even wrinkles. Carrots also contain Carotenoids which help to protect and condition the skin, even aiding in healing sunburn. The Vitamin C in carrots aids the skin in the production of collagen, a natural and essential protein for the skin’s elasticity, thus aiding in the prevention of wrinkles. And, because carrots contain natural essential oils, this helps in eliminating and preventing the outbreaks associated with acne.
Habits are hard to break. For most people, brand specifics play an important role in the products they choose to use on their bodies and although those products are not 100% pure, the marketing campaigns for those products are so well orchestrated that people become sold on the idea, more so than the product itself.
Did you know that in order for major retail bath and body companies to sell their products as all natural, the ingredients need only be approximately 95% natural? Think about this for a moment. A scientifically generated chemical used on your skin is absorbed through your pores, allowing entry into your body causing, in some cases, great detriment to your delicate system. The following is a list of just a few widely used chemicals in skin and body care products that you may not be aware of.
Propilene Glycol – This an industrial grade antifreeze and is used in your everyday products, such as shaving gels, shampoos, deodorant and skin care products.
Sodium lauryl sulfate – An article published in the Journal of The American College of Toxicology in 1983 showed that concentrations as low as 0.5% could cause irritation and concentrations of 10-30% caused skin corrosion and severe irritation. Some soaps have concentrations of up to 30%.
Fluoride – In high concentrations, fluoride is toxic to the body and skin. With regard to Sodium Fluoride (NaF) the toxic, lethal dose for adults is estimated to be at 5 to 10 g. Ingestion of fluoride can produce gastrointestinal discomfort. Fluoride is typically found in skin and body care products.
Linalool – This narcotic is typically found in perfumes, bar soaps, shampoos, body moisturizers, nail products, body products and also in laundry and dishwashing products. It has been linked to causing respiratory problems and central nervous system disorders.
Benzaldehyde – This chemical is typically found in perfumes, laundry detergents and bleach, deodorants, Vaseline, shaving cream, shampoo, retail bar soaps and dishwasher detergent as well. It is a narcotic and acts as a sensitizer, a local anesthetic and a CNS depressant. It is also an irritant to the mouth, throat, eyes, skin, lungs and Gastrointestinal tract and may cause damage to your kidneys.
Ethanol – is listed as a hazardous waste on the EPA list and is found in most bath and body products. It is a severe irritant to the eyes and upper respiratory tract and has been linked as a cause to central nervous system disorders.
Ethyl acetate – This narcotic chemical is listed as a hazardous waste on the EPA list. It is an irritant to the eyes and respiratory tract, can cause headaches and narcosis and may be the cause for anemia and can cause damage to the liver and kidneys. Ethyl acetate is most commonly found in colognes, shampoos, nail products and laundry and dishwashing products.
Cocoamide DEA (diethylalomine) TEA, MEA,– This chemical is a dangerous additive contained within most shampoos and skin products such as moisturizers. Scientific laboratory studies have shown that these chemicals directly inhibit fetal brain development by blocking the absorption of choline, a nutrient required for brain development and maintenance.
Methylene Chloride – This carcinogen was banned by the FDA in the 1980’s and is listed on the EPA’s hazardous waste list. It is a chemical most often used in shampoos and perfumes. It has been linked to causing headaches, irritability, fatigue, tingling through the limbs and central nervous system disorders.
Cocamidopropyl Betaine – The toxicity of this chemical is harmful to the immune system and can cause dermatitis.
PEG – Studies have shown that any ingredient containing PEG in its name may be contaminated with the cancer-causing chemical 1,4-dioxane.
Benzyl acetate – This chemical is most often found in perfumes, shampoos, soaps, deodorants and shampoos, as well as commonly used laundry and dish detergents. Benzyl acetate is a carcinogenic and has been linked to pancreatic cancer. When absorbed through the skin, it causes harmful, systemic effects. It has also been linked to certain respiratory failure.
Is there really any power in positivity? Can positivity really bring to fruition the visions that hope carries? Does it truly have the power to make the difference in one’s life? The answer is yes, absolutely. Did you know that it takes more energy to hold onto negativity than it does to simply maintain a positive outlook? And, did you know that holding onto negativity thwarts your ability to gain in all aspects of your life?
What you give out is what you receive back. How does positivity bring to fruition the vision that sings within hope? Quite simply, because going after what you need and want with the knowledge that it will happen despite the obstacles, makes the negative walls you greet along the way collapse. Did you ever go after a job and despite getting “no’s” across the board, eventually, you found that one door open for you and off you went? Oppositely, did you ever lose your hope and maintain a negative outlook such as, “Oh, whatever. It’s not going to happen anyway” and found yourself with no reward? A defeatist attitude begets a defeatist reward. However, a positive attitude begets its just reward.
Being positive is natural. Harboring negativity is a learned attribute and is anything but natural. If you are “hating the world,” the world will shun you back. If you “love the world,” the world will turn upside down to return that love to you. Love is instinctive, hatred is learned. Learned attributes take a lot of energy to keep their baseless opinions while love is effortless and bountiful. Love is a flawless energy while negativity is a conglomerate of mixed energies.
Sometimes, the best and easiest way to gain fruit in your own life is to recognize whether you are living flawlessly or sorting through a myriad of baseless opinions. A simple restoration of positivity can be all you need to succeed. The hope is not in miracles, but rather within you.
Welcome to Spirit Cove's Blog Page, where we are dedicated to bringing you informative information for your well-being.