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April 16, 2014  
Body Clock

by Milos Bang

Most of Eastern Philosophy and Medicine comes from observing Nature and the Universe. Ancient Chinese realized early that most things in Nature are cyclical and by observing the human body’s patterns, established that our own energy (Qi) also moves on daily and on annual cycles.

 

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Editor’s Note from Bess Coble: This 15 minute video is a gift from Kathy Smith. Kathy says “I’ve used yoga as a part of my practice for more than 30 years. Early on, I learned that yoga is a practice of discovery. What got me excited was not only did it challenge my flexibility, but it also left me feeling energized and relaxed. Even a short yoga routine can turn a bad day around and leave negative thoughts behind. Today, choose to make a positive impact on the world with your thoughts, words, and actions. Re-energize with this complimentary 15-minute yoga video.”

 

Exercise & Fitness


by T. Byram Karasu, MD

Both psychologists and philosophers assert that one has to "be" before one can "belong." But being and belonging feed into each other. Being is not a static state; it is ever evolving; one acquires only degrees of being. In fact, it may be more accurate to refer to "becoming" rather than "being." Belonging becomes intricately woven into the process of one's becoming...

 

Editor's Note: This article discusses the importance of friendship and being part of a community regardless of whether you also have a primary intimate relationship.

 

Psychotherapy


 

Editor´s Note from Karen Adler: Learn about art as therapy. What is art therapy? For artist, Alison Sigethy, art has a meditative quality that helps our minds to slow down and relax. The longer version of this video will be released later.

 

Arts & Art Therapy


by Daniel Allison

I recently made a trip to Dubai on the Arabian Peninsula to tell stories at a festival. Telling stories to any group of people always feels like a privilege to me; to be entrusted to guide people’s imaginations through darkness and danger, laughter and light. But this felt special in a different way...

 

Editor's Note from Michael Williams: Following his recent trip to perform in Dubai, Scottish storyteller Daniel Allison reflects on the age-old art of storytelling and its power to connect us to the past and to each other.

 

Therapeutic Storytelling


by Stephan Beyer

At the start of every ayahuasca ceremony, my maestro ayahuasquero don Roberto Acho goes around the room putting agua de florida cologne in cross patterns on the forehead, chest, and back of each participant. As he does this, he blows smoke from the powerful tobacco called mapacho into the crown of the head and over the entire body of each participant, and he whistles a special song of protection called an arcana...


Editor's Note: Stephan Beyer has had many incredible experiences with spirit by contacting them directly thru many time honored shamanic methods. Here he describes some of those experiences and gives us the wisdom he has learned intimately from them.

 

Shamanism


by Natalie Duhamel, HHC, PTS, AKC

Ever see kale in the supermarket and wonder what the heck to do with it? Here’s a super-simple and ridiculously tasty recipe.

 

Editor's Note: This delicious spicy kale recipe is a regular at my dinner table. It is warming and nutritious!

 

 

Healing Recipes


 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: In the same way the human body has meridians and an aura, so does the Earth. In this Earth Ways episode, Sonja Grace explores the Earth's ley lines and energy fields. She reminds us of the interconnectedness of humans, the Earth and our galaxy and how taking care of ourselves positively affects the world around us.

 

Sacred Living


by Naomi Rabinowitz, MD

For better or for worse, New York is a 24-hour city and anything can be done at any time. Some of us just don't get to bed early enough and have to get up early the next day regardless. Others are so taxed physically, emotionally and spiritually that we have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep or both.
 
This article will explore sleep issues from both the Western and TCM perspectives and discuss treatments modalities...

 

Acupuncture/TCM


by Roby Mitchell, MD

Many of you worry about pesticides, radiation, microwaves, chem-trails, GMO products and other adulterations but after 36 years of healing people from serious diseases, I can guarantee you nothing is more dangerous to your health than the many different forms of sugar in our food supply...

 

Editor's Note from Neda Smith: We all love our sweets but how damaging it is really to our bodies and overall health?  Dr. Roby Mitchell explains which types of sweets creates disease in our bodies and one particular one that does just the opposite and kills disease.  Find out now.

 

Holistic Nutrition


by Antoinette Morrison, MT-BC

Process versus product. Generally when I give an introductory talk about music therapy, I begin by making the comparisons between Music for Leisure, Music Education, and Music Therapy. Music for Leisure is a passive type of music which I am going to leave alone today...

 

Editor's Note: Music therapist Antoinette Morrison is asked by her son, "Why would anyone want to get a four year degree in something they couldn't get a job in?" in regards to someone who is on that path. She answers him by listing her own experiences through her sometimes difficult yet rewarding job.

 

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