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July 30, 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 Carolyn White: In her "Juicy Living Tour", Lilou Mace interviews Els Basten, intuitive energy practitioner from the Netherlands.  Els provides individual coaching for discovering one's personal mission and talents as well as how to deal with challenges in life. She provides "healings" for both humans and animals. Lilou and Els discuss several keys to energy medicine - being present in the "now" and tuning into one's intuition.

 

Energy Medicine


by Dr. Eric Pearl and Frederick Ponzlov

Dr. Eric Pearl - the founder of Reconnective Healing - was running a successful chiropractic practice in Los Angeles when a series of bizarre occurrences led him to realize that his gift lay far beyond the realm of spinal adjustment...

 

Editor's Note: Blessings of Solomon are shared via Dr Eric Pearl and Frederick Ponzlov, reminding us that is time to embrace the fact that we are all one.

 

PsychoSpiritual


by Melina Meza, BS Nutrition, 500-RYT

Have you ever heard the word ama before? It’s an important word in the Ayurvedic system to describe the toxic waste, sticky gooey sludge that builds up in the channels of the body when your digestive fire (agni) becomes weak due to overeating, improper food combining, too many cold liquids mixed with your meals, stress, or a compromised immune system...

 

Editor's Note from Lexi Yoga: According to Ayurvedic systems, most of us carry toxic build up in our bodies. This is called Ama - which is when the digestive fire (agni) becomes weak, due to our lifestyle of unhealthy eating and stress. Melina Meza shares with us the symptoms of Ama and ways to clean out your body for spring time.

 

Yoga


by Suzanne Getz, LMT, RPP, BCST

Here is a way you can do some cross fiber massage on yourself, on your back muscles with little effort and practically for free.  First find 2 tennis balls and used ones are acceptable; second, find a sock that has a sturdy cuff at least 3 inches long.  Put both tennis balls in the sock and tie it off as close to the tennis balls as you can...


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Looking for a way to massage your back muscles at home?  Let this author tell you how to do that with one sock and two tennis balls!

 

Massage & Bodywork


 

Misha Norland, Director of the School of Homeopathy, UK discusses some examples of acute states, like shock, fever, grief, that can be treated with homeopathy...

 

Homeopathy


by Abbey Denaro, DC
ATH Co-Editor of Chiropractic

 Based on the physiology of the nervous system, we know that chiropractic works for more than just back pain. The Chiropractic adjustment can have profound effects on quality of life by improving the function of all body systems. Knowing this, shouldn’t every person be allowed access to chiropractic care regardless of symptoms, age, and culture?

 

Editor's Note from Beth Wisniewski: Today, the state of mental health care in the United States is extremely poor. Chiropractic has a rich history in the mental health arena and had high success rates in the past. On top of receiving chiropractic adjustments the mental health patients were required to eat fresh foods grown in gardens on-site. By the early 1960s these facilities were forced to close due to changing laws however it is time to reexamine our approach to mental health in this country. Chiropractic should be part of a holistic approach to better serve this under served population.

 

Chiropractic


by Sri Sri Shankar

Have you observed what is happening in your mind every moment? It vacillates between the past and the future. It is either in the past, occupied with what has happened, or in the future thinking about what you have to do...

 

Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: Succinct article to understand how "culturing the mind" with meditation helps you find peace and balance.

 

Meditation 


by Joanna Weston

Feeling stuck, dull, and uninspired? Let me introduce you to morning pages. Have you heard of them? Morning pages are the backbone of Julia Cameron’s suggestions in The Artist’s Way, a classic book on resparking your creativity. To practice them, you sit down in front of a blank notebook every morning and write three full pages of stream of consciousness...

 

Editor's Note: Joanna Weston shares how to take your morning pages to your computer, 750 words at a time.

 

Writing & Poetry Therapy


by Shelly Birger Phillips, MA

I think one of the most challenging lessons I’ve learned as a teacher and as a parent is when NOT to intervene. It is actually excruciating for me to hear a child struggling and not rush over to help. But sometimes doing nothing is actually the best thing we can do for a child...

 

Editor's Note: Perfect reminder for parents to step back and allow our children to achieve things without our help. Instead of stepping in and offering assistance or taking over because it's more convenient for us Shelly gives us a moment to realize our children are learning how to navigate life and we need to allow them the chance to do it.

 

Family & Parenting


 

Editor's Note from David Arenson: Although this could easily go into the meditation page, I wanted to include it here as meditation is a huge part of experiencing life in all its splendor - experiencing oneself, one's inner knowing, experiencing joy as one's nature becomes self-expressed...seeing the world for how it really is. All these qualities and experiences require a practice of stillness and/or meditation

 

Sacred Living


by Pamela Muller

My personal experience with dreams as a self-healing tool is what has drawn me to my calling as a dream interpreter. My dreams helped me navigate through a very difficult five year period in my life. During that journey, I was lost. I lost faith in God and had no one to turn to. In my isolation, I began to pay attention to my dreams because that world seemed so distant from the nightmare of my waking life...

 

Dream Medicine


by Nancy Kalish

Exhaust fumes, smog, second hand smoke: When you step outside, you expect to be exposed to unhealthy elements lurking in the air. But if you think staying in doors is automatically safer, think again. Your home can be five times more polluted with common organic chemicals than outdoor air...

 

Editor´s Note from Zorica Denton: In these articles you will find many great tips how to keep your home safe and create a healthy environment for your family.

 

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