March 23, 2017  

Alternative, Holistic, Natural & Spiritual Healing Methods

All Things Healing"All Things Healing" is obviously a comprehensive topic. Though many people immediately think of holistic healing and the various currently popular methods of alternative healing it can also include such diverse topics as planetary healing (ecology, use of Green products etc.), social healing (building communities, conscious use of our financial resources etc.), mental healing (psychological and psychospiritual perspectives, spiritual healing practices ), healthy lifestyles (exercise and fitness, diet, healing recipes etc.) and healing through the arts (use of art, poetry and multi-media for healing).

 

Holistic healing also utilizes alternative healing medicine that complements conventional medicine by helping medicate your body holistically and introducing wellness to your mind and spirit as well. We at All Things Healing (ATH) have gathered information about various types of alternative healing methods for the betterment of your whole being. We have brought together a team of highly-skilled and dedicated people to help you improve your overall wellness and outlook. We also have articles, videos, and more about natural healing practices and alternative healing methods to help ensure the complete well being of all our readers.

 

When some people hear the term holistic healing, they immediately think of faith healing. However, spiritual healing is not faith healing. Faith healing requires a person to have belief in a certain god or deity. Spiritual healing, on the other hand, involves alternative healing methods that guide healing energy to improve a person's body, mind and/or spiritual health. These practices need the help of a healer to help you channel your energies.

 

To Improve Your Body

Our website concerns natural healing and alternative healing methods and is meant to help people recover from illness or injury and to live a generally healthier life. Our highly qualified editors seek out and gather all types of useful information on healing a patient's body and replenishing the energy that has diminished due to sickness or illness. Our holistic healing therapies, along with alternative healing medicine, help a patient recover from sickness faster and maintain overall health. Acupuncture, for example, relieves some of the symptoms of breast cancer and also alleviates some side effects of cancer treatments.

 

Alternative healing, however, is not only for people recovering from sickness. We put a strong emphasis on preventing sickness and disease. The information on our website can help you identify the parts of your body that need to be taken care of and will recommend the holistic healing method and alternative healing medicine that is perfect for you.

For Your Mental Health

We at All Things Healing believe that we must also pay attention to our mental health to ensure complete wellness. In order to have a better outlook and general attitude, we recommend alternative healing methods that can greatly improve a person's disposition. Yoga, for instance, is not only used to improve the quality of our bodies, it can help us relieve our stress by helping us relieve our stress by helping us to focus on our breathing. Other spiritual healing techniques that we recommend, like meditation and music therapy, encourage positive thinking and enable you to handle everyday stress easily. Our website provides information that helps you learn how to focus your mind to release stress and achieve your goals.

 

For Spiritual Growth

Our spirit is what links us to people around us and to the world. Holistic healing and alternative healing methods help people become aware of their feelings and other people's feelings as well. These techniques enable us to be more conscious of the world around us and other people's needs. Spiritual healing is all about achieving oneness with the universe.

 

Spiritual healing is different for each person since we all have different spiritual needs. Our contributors at All Things Healing are highly qualified and deeply passionate about educating our readers concerning the ways to spiritual progress. And, since everybody's healing process is intensely personal, they help guide each person through his or her spiritual development.

 

To Protect Our Planet

We at All Things Healing believe that in order to achieve wholeness, we must also take care of the one thing that sustains all life: earth. The ATH community promotes purchasing of organic products like food, toys, and clothing to minimize and altogether prevent the damage done to the earth.

 

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by Abbey Denaro, DC
ATH Co-Editor of Chiropractic

Winter is over and we’ve had our first heat wave, which for many people means it’s time to get the garden ready. With spring in the air, you look forward to getting out in the garden but you’re not looking forward to feeling sore after all the kneeling, pulling, leaning, and twisting...

 

Editor´s Note from Abbey Denaro: Gardening is not an easy task and our backs know it! As they say: "The best fertilizer is your own shadow". Here are some tips on how to save your back so you can have a relaxing and pain-free gardening season.

 

Chiropractic


by Elizabeth Spring

I love hearing the story of how the very old mystic, scientist and philosopher, Teilhard de Chardin, taught the contemporary spiritual teacher, Jean Houston, the story of evolution through the metaphor of the butterfly. It was when she was only 13 and taking long walks with him each week in Central Park in NYC. She had been walking her fox terrier and the young girl literally bumped into the old man. She called him “Mr Tayer” and was enchanted by his stories…it was only much later that she learned who this famous old man really was...

 

Astrology


by Tarra Madore

Spring is here! The birds are chirping, new grass is sprouting up, and just about everybody is ready to let go of the winter. It is a wonderful time to practice Eka Pada Rajakapotasana or One-Leg King of the Pigeons Pose. This amazing pose helps open the hips and release stored emotions that are no longer life enhancing...

 

 

Yoga


by Brigitte Mars

You know spring is here when you catch a whiff of Violet (Viola odorata) in the air. Violets are a member of the Violaceae (Violet) Family. You may also know them as Heartsease.

In mythology Zeus was lovers with a woman named Ione (from which the viola is derived from). His wife, Hera,  became jealous and turned her into a white heifer. So violets were created by Zeus to give her something lovely to graze upon...

 

Herbalism


by Merry Lycett Harrison, RH (AHG)

One of my favorite moments in spring is when I come home in the afternoon to air scented by the sweet violets blooming in my yard. Their flowers vary in color from pink to deep purple and they bloom even before the crocus, bloodroot and trees. As an herbal medicine, they make a good tonic for the immune system, and their heart-shaped leaves were once thought to be an indication of benefit for the health of the heart...

 

Editor´s Note from Milan Perry: Merry Harrison paints a wonderful picture in helping us to see the beauty in growing a diversity of plants in your garden. Even if you live in the city you can benefit from the aromatic flowers of medicinal herbs as well as culinary herbs. Instead of buying basil why not grow it for much less? Enjoy the bouquet of green leaves.

 

Herbalism


 

by Miranda Castro

Gelsemium sempervirens, also known as yellow jasmine or wild woodbine, is a beautiful climbing plant found in moist woodlands and along seacoasts in the southern states of the U.S. It climbs high up in trees, forming festoons from tree to tree and perfuming the air in the spring when it flowers...

 

Editor's Note from Mary Ellen: Miranda Castro's description of Gelsemium provides a good example of how understanding the nature of the substance and the toxicity it creates, provides a good idea of the symptoms and conditions that it will treat.

 

Homeopathy


by Jennifer Ioppolo

Spring is the perfect time of year to consider enhancing your home and overall well-being with rejuvenating essential oils. One that tops the list this season is the gentle flowery and fruity scent of Bergamot (Citrus bergamia). Just the image alone of a delicate bergamot tree growing in Calabria, Italy conjures up a sense of refreshment...

 

 

 Aromatherapy


by Chris Parsons

From Susan Cabana: Chris's soups are absolutely delicious. I am fortunate that I have been to his restaurant, Parson's Table, to enjoy his amazing food. His soups are very flavorful and simple. Peas are in season so this dish is perfect for the spring and summer. Peas are packed with vitamins, antioxidants and minerals for overall health benefits. Enjoy!

 

Healing Recipes


 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: That snow is going, going, gone! Spring is here?! Yes. IT will happen: that fabulous garden  you've always dreamed of. In just six steps, the fruits of  your labor will bloom with ease. 

 

Organic Living


by Kristin Wartman

Even though Spring is just around the corner, here in New York we’re still having our fair share of chilly weather. Last Wednesday, after a nearly 60s day, the temperature struggled to reach 30 and all I could think of was soup. I’ve been making a variation of this soup all winter since cabbage and potatoes are some of the only vegetables we can get locally...

 

Healing Recipes


by Susan Lutz,
ATH Co-Editor of Organic Living

The simplest spring cleaning ideas can be found around the home. Under the sink and in the cupboard are ingredients with the power to clean easily and organically. Here are a few of my favorites:

1. Hydrogen peroxide: Hydrogen peroxide is very inexpensive. Available at any store in the pharmacy and health and beauty section, the bubbling action gets up stuck on grime and sanitizes as it works. Food grade hydrogen peroxide is an even safer, cleaner way to go, though a bit more in cost...

 

Organic Living


by Russell Collins

An “empty nest” is a pretty forlorn piece of business — something broken and slightly rotting that you sweep out of the eaves in the fall, its useful life as an incubator of new generations in the past. Now, it’s just a sad reminder of vanished spring, headed for the trash bin...

 

 

 

 

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