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July 31, 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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Ella Fitzgerald, also known as the "First Lady of Song", performs the Gershwin classic live in 1968.


Listen & Laugh

by Karen Maezen Miller

In the early summer of 1997, my husband and I found ourselves in the backyard of an empty house on a quiet street in Sierra Madre, a suburb of Los Angeles. The backyard was Southern California’s oldest private Japanese garden, an oasis of ponds and pines that had stood mostly intact since 1916...


Editor's Note from Natalie Jovanic: Some years ago, I got attracted to do Zen meditation after reading a book. At the beginning, I meditated at home, later in a Zen Center. Zen meditation has changed my perception about life. I have found compassion, gratitude and simplicity, and I am deeply grateful for that experience. Karen Maezen Miller's article describes beautiful principles that will detangle the complexities of your life and make it easier.



by Laura J. Huffman
Cross-posted from www.Care2.com

I was born with a love of nature encoded in my DNA. Virtually every summer of my youth, my family—mom, dad and five kids—would load into a station wagon, hitch a camper to the back, and take off to explore a different part of the country...


Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: This is a great read for the whole family because taking care of the Earth needs to be a family affair. This article reminds me of how much gratitude I have for the amazing stewards of our Earth especially organizations who plant much needed trees in our cities and surrounding areas and those dedicated to cleaning up pollution.


Sacred Living

by Katy Lowe, MH

Happily the summer in WNY has been beautiful!  This means numerous activities have been happening outdoors.  Yay!  Now of course this will mean we may have a few issues we don't deal with during the cooler months, IE bug bites, sunburn, heat rash, and good old poison ivy or poison oak...


Editor´s Note from Milan Perry: If we reflect upon our grandparents and how they endured illnesses it always brings me back to natural, safe home remedies. There is so much in our home that can be used as a life saver in a pinch. Without hesitation we should look to theses simple solutions in our home unless it is a lifesaving issue. Everything has it place!




Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: Fun in the kitchen with a mom and her two sons, teaching us all how to make sandwich roll ups. Bhavna gives you a variety of ideas to start with. Kick in your creativity with your kids and come up with your own creations. We've already came up with a few new ideas ourselves. This is a great recipe for entertaining.


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Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Get inspired. The salad is the basic, simple, and gorgeous summer staple. Enjoy!


Organic Living

by Curt  Remington

With this visualization, you can briefly experience your natural heavenly state, as a higher vibration being of light. This will help renew your energy and release blocks to your health and happiness. As summer comes to an end, this visualization is a great way to continue experiencing the rejuvenating benefits of a warm day at the beach, and you don’t need to worry about sunburn.

Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: As a meditation teacher, I follow many spiritually focused twitter users. One of my favorites is Curt Remington. Here is an entry from Curt's blog that focuses on a renewal of energy using a simple visualization meditation.

by Arno Burnier, DC

It is unfortunate that during long vacation weekends so many auto accidents occur; but it is a reality and we have to face it openly...


Editor's Note from Elizabeth Wisniewski:  As Summer approaches and you plan your family vacations, it is important to be safe on the road. In this article Dr. Arno Burnier discusses what actually happens when a whiplash injury occurs due to an auto accident. It is important to get checked by a Doctor of Chiropractic following any sort of neck trauma. Allow your body to heal from the inside-out and have a safe vacation!



by Kathy Smith

Summer is all about relaxing, recharging, rejuvenating… and sometimes it’s about hitting the “reset” button on our bodies. In the midst of vacations, celebrations and fun with family and friends, it’s easy to lose track of the goals we set last spring to lose fat and get into shape. So, when you need to jump back on track quickly, here’s the key to hitting that reset button...



Exercise & Fitness

by Andrea Purcell

Summer is finally here in Southern California and so are those warm healing rays. Even on the hazy days I had multiple reports of sunburn since the direct effects of the sun are less obvious.  It can be deceiving but even though we can’t see the sun the Ultraviolet light still gets through. It’s important to practice safe sun to get the Vitamin D we need without the effects of sun overdose. However if you will be out too long here are some helpful tips in choosing a safe sunscreen...



by Mari L. McCarthy

of CreateWriteNow

Are you travelling this summer?  Whether it’s a weekend getaway to the mountains or a month by the shore or a dream excursion in the South Seas, journaling your adventure is a sure way to make its pleasures last...


Editor's Note from Blaze, aka Barbara Lazarony: Oh the places you may go this summer! Mari McCarthy shows you how to make your vacation last throughout the year by recording key moments in your journal.




by Kari Noren-Hoshal

Baltimore community activist, Janice Pumphrey, born December 16, 1958, 9:53 a.m. in Washington, D.C.: Natal Chiron is at about 19 degrees Aquarius in the 1st and Uranus at about 16 degrees (retrograde) Leo in the 7th house. Jan is a founding member of the Mill Valley Cultural Arts Umbrella in Baltimore, Maryland. She founded her organization to promote the arts and local businesses as well as to benefit the local ASPCA. Her NDE occurred at age 17 when she was broadsided by a truck running a stop sign. Her leg was shattered and she received serious injuries to her spine and arms.



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