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Who you gonna call when you want to sell up but the ghost won’t leave?

first_imgFor the last 11 years, Mr Pasley and his wife Chris have run their Red Spirit Energy Healing business from Ipswich and say one in five clients believe their house is haunted.“Energies can build up to such a point that they can physically shift things,” Mr Pasley said.“If you have an angry person, they are going to attract more angry energy and eventually it can build up to become an entity in itself.”For roughly the same price as a pest inspection you could have your house and property cleared of its misguided energies which can present as an unsettling feeling when you move into a room, or can be more physical, lighting candles, moving fridges and making things go bump in the night. <<>> Today’s energy healers are a lot more professional than these guys.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours agoBut before you call in the ghostbusters, you could try this do-it-yourself remedy using white sage.It’s called ‘smudging’. “There’s a higher invisible world around us,” Ipswich-based energy healer Mark Pasley said.“Most of the time people believe it is the lost soul of a human spirit, that’s not accurate. Ninety per cent of the time it’s an accumulation of misguided energies.” Ghosts, ghouls, and gremlins don’t scare Chris and Mark Pasley of Ipswich, who work with families to expel unwanted energies from the home. (AAP Image/Josh Woning)He said energies can come from teenage angst, couples going through a divorce, drug use, death or violent activities performed in a house, with bedrooms and the office the most susceptible rooms for this accumulation of energies.center_img Real life ghostbuster Mark Pasley gives advice on how to balance the energies in your home before you put it on the market. AAP Image/Josh WoningIT DOESN’T matter if it’s Casper or Chucky, having an unwelcomed ‘polter-guest’ at your first open house could be more of a trick than a treat.So after you have welcomed the ghouls and goblins into your home for Halloween, it might pay to do a little cleansing before you put that for sale sign up. CHECK OUT THE BRISBANE HOUSES OPEN FOR INSPECTION TODAY White sage wrapped into a smudge stick helps clear the house of misguided energies.Mr Pasley recommends doing this weekly as a general practice, but if you are planning an open house, smudge at least one week beforehand.“When you smudge with sage some people may mistake the smell for marijuana so it’s a good idea not to do it just before an open house,’’ he said.“Because we have just sold our property, we smudged it every other day.”Here’s how it works:Buy some white sage. This is salvia apiana and different to culinary sage (salvia officinalis) and can be found in health food stores, crystal shops and new age retail outlets in Brisbane.Open the windows and pull back blinds to let in the light and tie the sage together.Light the sage ‘stick’ and get the smoke billowing. Put a saucer under the bunch to catch any ash and walk through the house and into every room, wafting the smoke through the rooms.At the same time play some music.“Your favourite music,” Mr Pasley said.“Whatever you feel that gives you an uplifting sensation that will raise the vibration of the property.“When there’s feelings of bitterness, particularly around divorce, you need to lighten up the feel of the place.”And don’t forget to smudge people too.“Not only houses but people can be haunted,’’ he said.Keeping the ghouls at bay and the energies balanced in your home comes down to one thing, Mr Pasley said.“In the end love conquers all but you have to believe that and practice that.”last_img read more

Liverpool’s Salah Hits Hat-trick in 4-0 Win at Bournemouth

first_imgTelevision replays have since shown the Egyptian to be marginally offside when he pounced.There was no argument, however, about his second strike straight after the interval.Firmino again freed him to maraud on goal and fire into the corner, with the help of the slightest nick off Nathan Ake’s heel.After the unfortunate Steve Cook diverted Andy Robertson’s cross past Begovic for an own goal, Salah worked his real magic.He outmuscled Cook to get to Adam Lallana’s through ball before dancing nimbly around Begovic and slotting home late on.Salah’s treble at the Vitality Stadium put him on 10 league goals this season, matching Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at the top of the scoring charts he had dominated last season.Against tough, seventh-placed opponents, Juergen Klopp’s side went a 17th straight league match unbeaten, equalling their club record set 10 years ago.They also emulated the 4-0 thrashing of the Cherries in the corresponding fixture last season.It put them a point clear of Manchester City at the summit on 42 points, though Pep Guardiola’s men have the chance to regain top spot later when they visit Chelsea.It was a splendid afternoon for Liverpool’s James Milner to celebrate becoming only the 13th player to make 500 top-flight appearances in the English Premier League era.Salah even gave his own man-of-the match award to his 32-year-old team mate to mark his achievement.“He’s had an amazing career. I have to congratulate him on an amazing career. He deserves this today,” Salah told Milner on Sky Sports. “I will not take it.”As he clutched the match ball after his second Liverpool hat-trick, the Egyptian added: “It wasn’t a bad way at all (to get back among the goals)…I enjoyed the last one the most. I was calm.”Now getting back into his most imperious stride after a slow start to the campaign, Salah added: “My expectations are very high.“I know everyone else’s expectations of me are also very high, but the most important thing is for us to win each game and be top of the table.”For Milner, it was a special afternoon after 16 years of excellence in the English Premier League. “It’s the perfect way to celebrate it (the 500th appearance),” he said.“It wasn’t our best performance of the season by any means, but we were efficient, got the job done and this fella (Salah) is unbelievable… He can win (for) you a game on his own.”(Reuters/NAN)Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Liverpool maintained their best start to a season as Mo Salah, back at his dazzling best, scored a hat-trick in a 4-0 win at Bournemouth.The win took them, temporarily at least, to the top of the English Premier League on Saturday.Salah set them on their way in the 25th minute, latching on to the rebound after Roberto Firmino’s 30-metre shot was palmed into his path by Asmir Begovic.last_img read more

ELEAGUE working with DELL, SLIVER.tv and Dojo Madness to enhance fan experience

first_imgELEAGUE, the esports brand from Turner Sports and IMG, has announced they’re set to engage “a collection of cutting-edge technologies” to enhance the upcoming CS:GO Premier. The tournament which kicks off September 8th, is set to work with a number of companies to provide new ways of viewing the tournament.First, in partnership with their official PC Hardware provider Dell Gaming, they’re set to be bringing biometric analysis to fans. Using eye-tracking technology developed by Tobii, they’re set to be collecting data thanks to the micro projectors and sensors, to show the situational awareness and reaction times to show the audience how players operate at the top level of competition. Video examples of this in operation are available here.Next up is virtual reality brought in from SLIVER.tv, a company already providing services to ESL and DreamHack in CS:GO. Taking the same technology from there, SLIVER allows the VR viewer to watch the game from any point in the map, as well as watching the standard audience stream as if you’re in the game.Dojo Madness’ Shadow.GG platform, displaying a game of CS:GO.Robert Occhialini, VP Esports Products and Technology for Turner Sports talked about the VR addition: “We’re very proud of ELEAGUE’s 2D production. One of the great things about the SLIVER.tv experience is that you get all of the immersive VR experience but you still have the ability to enjoy our production. It made SLIVER.tv a fantastic fit for ELEAGUE. Their platform ubiquity – not just being available via one VR headset – is really remarkable. We like offering the ‘build-a-bear’ type of esports experience with respect to having ultimate viewer choice, but we also realize that many people like to lean back and enjoy the broadcast. What we have [with our 2D production being available inside the 3D rendering] is the sweet spot, the combination of those two.”Finally ELEAGUE bring in Dojo Madness, to take advantage of their Shadow.GG platform. Their innovative platform allows ELEAGUE to show advanced data on the fly, from heatmaps to tactical and statistical replays. This will provide more data on how the teams operate at the highest level of competition.Occhialini added for the use of Shadow.GG: “With traditional sports, the challenge with incorporating advanced analytics is data capture – so I was super intrigued to apply them to a sport that is built on data. A lot of the time in esports today, analysts or fans ask only ‘who won?’ There isn’t a lot of ‘why did they win?’ We see this as the beginning of getting into the ‘why’ teams won.”Esports Insider says: Big new technologies to be taken advantage of by ELEAGUE here. The eye-tracking data is set to be an interesting addition here, allowing the commentary team to provide more details on how players use the screen space to play the game. Dojo Madness joining in through their platform to explain the statistics behind CS:GO is also a good move from Turner.last_img read more

Vargas battles through cuts to retain WBC title

first_imgHovhannisyan, who is trained by the legendary cornerman Freddie Roach, dropped to a record of 14-3.He was fighting for his first world title and the loss ended his eight-fight win streak.In the other title fight Saturday, rising star Jaime Munguia crushed America’s Sadam Ali to take the WBO junior middleweight title with a fourth-round stoppage.Munguia, who had a substantial size and punching power advantage, easily won the lopsided bout. The 21-year-old Mexican floored Ali twice in the opening round, once in the second and again in the fourth before the referee put a halt to the slaughter.ADVERTISEMENT Vargas, who is now a perfect 32-0 in his career, won on all three judges’ scorecards including one who had it 118-110. The other two scored it 117-11 and 116-112.He fought the final four rounds with blood flowing freely but the cuts above his eyes did not seem to affect his vision that much.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownAfter piling up points in the early rounds, he hurt Armenia’s Hovhannisyan with a right hook in the ninth round at the Turning Stone Casino in Verona, New York.Vargas was coming off a twelve-round unanimous decision over undefeated Oscar Negrete in December. LATEST STORIES View comments Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Basketball Without Borders returns to India Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations CARSON, CA – AUGUST 26: Rey Vargas poses for a photo with the belt after beating Ronny Rios in a unanimous during the WBC Junior Bantamweight title fight at StubHub Center on August 26, 2017 in Carson, California. Harry How/Getty Images/AFPMexico’s Rey Vargas retained his World Boxing Council title with a unanimous decision over Azat Hovhannisyan in a bloody showdown between a pair of super bantamweight fighters on Saturday night.Vargas made his third straight successful defense of the title despite finishing the 12-round fight with blood streaming down both sides of his face, the result of headbutts in the eighth and 12th rounds.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more