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August 27, 2015  
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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Our senses allow us to experience the outside world more fully. They have evolved to keep us safe, allowing us to stay aware of dangers...


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Music Therapy & Sound Healing

by Liz Stubbs

The message to believe seems to be thick in the air and its timing is perfect. I am not a five-year plan kind of girl. I haven't mapped out how to get where I want to be, but I do dream and tune my life towards my dreams. But my engine on the way there is a healthy dose of sweat equity and believing. When I'm in a lull, though, I can get skeptical on the believing part of the process...


Exercise & Fitness

by Suzanne Hosang

Power is the ability to act. When you give your power away, what you essentially do is take the reference point off you, and put it out there to the thing that you give your power to. Now this is significant because in order to be powerful, you need to have the ability to make choices that come from Your Will...


Editor´s Note from Tina Rayner: I was given the opportunity to feature Suzanne's article, "How To Break Out Of Negative Patterns" on the Psychospiritual page of our site here and am now very pleased to feature this VERY POWERFUL (pun intended) article on becoming aware of to whom, or what we give our power to and how to take it back.



by Darlene Hudgins

Studying a martial art is not for the faint hearted. Most require a grueling physical regimen, designed to build strength, stamina and flexibility in mind, body and spirit. It will test you to your core in every way, and show you what you are made of. And therein is the "art" in martial art...





Exercise & Fitness

by Tasara

Effective shamanic teachers are doors for us. They embody the personal work they have done and the intimacy of their relationship with their helping spirits. They create a safe place for us to do our work and manage group dynamics in a way that allows everyone to share freely...




by Denise Wickell, LMT, CA, RA

Steam distilled from the leaves and flowers of the plant Pelargonium graveolens, Geranium smells amazing! With complex layers and nuances of aromas (leafy, green, sweet, fresh, feminine, floral and somewhat rosy), it’s difficult to believe its beautiful bouquet is from one plant genus and not several blended together...







by Dr. Alison Poulsen

Boundaries protect us from being controlled or negatively impacted by others. Are you walking on eggshells? Are you trying to satisfy others’ every need without regard to yourself, and are you sharing yourself without discrimination?...





Editor's Note from Christina Seluzicki: We can all use a little help with our digestion from time to time, especially in the spring, when the digestive fire can be weak. This great 8 minute series of postures by Esther Ekhart is sure to have your belly feeling great again!



by Coleen Ellis

As mentioned in previously, children are organic mourners, especially when it comes to the loss of a family pet. While they instinctively know how to deal with loss, many times adults who “know better” will interfere with their mourning process...


Editor's Note from Cathy Alinovi: As adults, we think we know how to act when faced with a pet's death - sometimes, sitting back and watching children will teach us adults the real way to act. I've spoken to my daughter about it for years - she unfortunately sees more than the average kid's share of death because she is involved in my vet practice. She definitely teaches me a thing or two. Here, Coleen shares more suggestions in this sad, but real subject.


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