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January 23, 2017  
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 Doris Helge: Blaze Lazarony first shared this video with the AllThingsHealing community. It is so valuable that I wanted to recall your attention to the messages that even what may seem off-track is absolutely Divinely guided. We are all one. If we were not evolving, why would we exist?

 

PsychoSpiritual


by Jessica Robert

Fennel belongs to the parsley kin and is essentially an aromatic herb used extensively in cooking. Fennel works like a spice and its taste is quite similar to anise. Fennel is an integral part of the Mediterranean cuisine. The seeds of the fennel plant are consumed because they are tasty and nutritionally beneficial. While many of us may not be including fennel in our regular grocery list, the truth is that this herb has many health benefits and should be an item in your shopping list...

 

Holistic Nutrition


by  Charles A. Francis

Loneliness is a widespread problem in Western society, especially among older adults, which doesn’t seem to get enough attention. As adults grow older, there is a tendency for them to become more isolated from their families and society in general...

 

Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Young people need mindfulness. Older adults need mindfulness. For gosh sake, all ages need mindfulness! This article speaks specifically to the healing of isolation which is an issue among the older population in the States. This article also features the studies done at Carnegie Mellon University via J. David Creswell which we have also highlighted separately on the meditation page.

 

Meditation


by Jacob Teitelbaum, MD

Have chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, or even sinusitis or spastic colon? You probably have overgrowth of yeast or Candida. Though poorly understood by most physicians, treating this underlying infection can have profound health benefits...

 

 

 

 

Integrative Medicine

 


 

Editor´s Note from Brooke Nisbet: Do you sit a lot at work or during your day? This 8 minute flow can help stretch the muscles that get shorter and shorter then more you sit. This is a nice, quick, intermediate flow sequence that opens the hips and inner groin muscles, as well as stretching the psoas and quadriceps muscles.

 

Yoga


by Tina Quirk, MS, PCH
Homeopathy is a "whole medical system" that respects the laws of nature and the wisdom of the body. The underlying premises are that the body and mind are parts of a deep rooted system that regulates and renews health, that the body knows the best way to heal itself and that physical and mental symptoms are the organism's best way to deal with influences that threaten health...

 

Homeopathy


by Mimi Shannon

Playing small hurts. It not only requires constant attention and energy to tuck in and hide who you really are, but by doing so, you are also denying the world the unique gift that being you offers. Think of yourself as a piece of colored glass in a magnificent stained glass window. If you block the light coming through you, a shadow is cast on those around you. Instead of contributing to the whole, you have taken away from it...

 

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Mimi describes the price she paid for playing it safe and small. She used the practice of self-love to move beyond her depression and self-hatred. She encourages you to become your authentic self and share your uniqueness with the world as you bring more self-acceptance into your life. Self-love is the greatest gift you can give yourself!

 

 

Sacred Living


 

Editor's Note: In this final installment  (see Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and Part 5) of Mattie Klare's interview with homeopath Deborah Vidal, we get an inside peek at how a homeopath thinks when she undertakes the complex process of homeopathic case taking. If you are considering homeopathic treatment for yourself, watching these videos should give you some insight and put you at ease about what to expect!

 

Homeopathy



Editor's Note from
Jeffery Tucker: I want to provide the finest rehabilitation & performance methods, integrated into Chiropractic care to enhance clients' lives. One of the most common problems I see in my low back pain and hip pain clients is Gluteus medius muscle weakness. These are two of the most common corrective exercises I have clients perform. These exercises are performed daily for 3-weeks at home to improve hip abductor strength. Clients use a resistance level of 10-15RM (the maximum resistance that allows only 10 to 15 repetitions).

 

Chiropractic


 

Editor’s Note: This is a really great light soup that makes a great lunch when paired with a salad, or for a heartier meal pair a stir-fry of seasonal vegetables.  The miso here is made from chickpeas and although it is just typically used as a flavoring agent, it has quite a nutrient profile.  It contains a substantial amount of protein in a relatively small amount and because it is fermented with a fungus that can produce vitamin B12, it is one of very few vegan sources of that vitamin. It also provides tryptophan, an amino acid essential for the production of serotonin with in the body, diets high in this amino acid have been associated with lower levels of depression...

 

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Editor's Note: Journaling the Raw Radiant Health way with Natasha.

 

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Editor's Note: Alison Gopnik, author of The Scientist in the Crib shares the stunning new research about what babies are actually doing when they seem to be doing nothing at all. We used to think that infants were a blank slate, but now we know that they are some of the most intelligent creatures on Earth. 

 

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