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May 01, 2016  
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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by Carmella Hensyel

Spring is definitely in the air…so you’d better get ready for the warm days and the opportunity to spend your free time outside in the sunshine getting your garden ready for this year’s harvest...


Editor's Note from Sam Rafoss: Planting a garden is easier than you think. Use some tips from this author, and you'll be well on your way.



Holistic Nutrition

by Elizabeth M. Wisniewski, DC,

ATH Co-Editor of Chiropractic

Between 1917 and 1918 the Spanish flu pandemic swept across the globe. Upwards of 500,000 Americans died during this epidemic and the estimates range from 20 million to 40 million deaths worldwide. Where medicine fell short, chiropractors delivered specific spinal adjustments and many lives were saved...


Editor's Note from Elizabeth Wisniewski: Your body has an innate intelligence that is always striving toward optimal health!In this article I discuss how chiropractors were able to save lives during the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic by removing interference in the nervous system thus allowing the body to heal from the inside-out. 



by Janet Gillett, PsyD         

Co-Editor of Books for Healing

Sherrie Dillard offers you an invitation in the form of her book “Discover Your Authentic Self: Be You, Be Free, Be Happy.”  She outlines 150 lessons to learn about yourself and embrace your inner nature.  These lessons fall into topics regarding owning your gifts, your passions, and relationships by reclaiming what was lost and transforming to the person you are and want to be. 





Editor's Note from Janet Gillett: This book is full of valuable lessons and reminders for everybody.  No matter how long you have been developing your self, this book will be sure to add to your knowledge and development of your authentic self.




Books for Healing



Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: What we loved most about this song is that it teaches the children no matter what season it is, they can be happy and enjoy each and every season.



Family & Parenting

Poems from Helen Connelly, Helen Marring Wood, and Naomi Burton Stone

May is so beautiful: 
Orchards are fair; 
Branches of fruit trees 
Make gardens of air...


Editor's Note from Tomasz Czepaitis: So, here are 3 poems (would be more), dedicated to our Holy Mother to celebrate this month - the month of the Mature Spring. They are simple poems, not sophisticated, though I believe the healing point in them is dedication and praising - writing to someone, in this case Mother Mary, forgetting oneself, the author. I tried to do this putting my own brief instant poem in the end of this Intro: Mother Mary inspires me - I write poem - inspiring others, and so on.


Writing & Poetry Therapy

by Denise Hedges

We tend to think we have all the time in the world to put things right with the people in our lives, to love and support the folks who need us, but do we?

We think there will always be a tomorrow when we can break out of our shells and reach for what it is we want … or get ourselves back on track … but will there?...

Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Denise writes a heart-felt story about the tragic, untimely death of her stepson. She points out the power his beliefs and choices had on the way he lived and died. She reminds us to be aware of the power of our beliefs and make the most of our lives today. It is through stories like this, that we are inspired to act with wisdom, courage and love. Death of another human being can become a call to action!


Sacred Living

by Michael Wolfstar

1. A retrograde Mars trioctiles (135º) Uranus on the 5th, a potentially dangerous combination that can bring hasty actions, accidents, and violence. On the plus side, this aspect – in effect from the 1st through 7th – can urge one to make spontaneous and necessary changes that have been long delayed. The concurrent Grand Trine linking the Sun, Jupiter and Pluto suggests favorable, practical results to timely undertakings.







by Karen Branch

What pops into your mind when you see the word astrology? Perhaps you think of the astrology column in the local newspaper predicting your day ahead. Or maybe you remember some words once read about your Sun Sign (Aquarius is intelligent and rebellious; Taurus is loyal and stubborn; Aries is selfish and courageous.) While all of this is a part of popularized astrology, these perceptions are extremely limited. As a professional astrologer, these are the ideas and misconceptions I like to dispel...




by Hank Wesselman

In the Western world, when we hear the word "shaman," most of us tend to conjure up an image of a masked and costumed indigenous tribal person, dancing around a fire in the dark, involved in some sort of mysterious ritual, accompanied by singing and drum beats. But inside that cultural shell of mask, costume and ritual, there is a woman or a man with a set of very real skills. The shaman is the master of the trance experience...



by Drew Jacob

I decided to pursue the Heroic Life after many years of telling the myths of the ancient heroes. One day I realized that although their stories are fun to read or hear, they would be more fun to live. So I've begun to change my entire life to be able to travel and do great things...


Editor's Note: This article is the first of what will be a series on The Heroic Life from Drew Jacob. Prepare to be inspired!


Sacred Living

by Walter J. Crinnion, ND

The more I work with chronically ill people, the bigger my organic garden gets. As a naturopathic physician I deal with a lot of chronically ill people. Many of them have been through the conventional medical system with no success, so they show up at my doorstep. One day Steve showed up. Over six feet tall and 200 pounds, he dwarfed me, and was quick to mention that my hair was thinning...

Editor's Note from Wendy Wells: Walter Crinnion is well-known for his knowledge and enthusiasm about Environmental Medicine.



by Christine Breen, ISHom

With a BsC in Biology and a PhD in Physiology, and a thorough understanding of statistics and scientific evidence Adrianna says “homeopathy works for me”. She explains in her youtube video that in her professional and personal life she is "very critical of everything she encounters."  Adrianna’s first experiences with homeopathy came in her early 20’s when she suffered with recurring urinary tract infections...



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