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April 18, 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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by Amy Lansky, PhD

Is it an accident that the word “patient” has two meanings? Of course not. As a patient (noun) we must be patient (adjective). This is especially true when you are the parent of an autistic child...


Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: How do parents of autistic children determine which alternative therapies are most effective? Usually by trial and practice. Amy Lansky chose homeopathy for her son, a process chronicled in her book "Impossible Cure." In this article she provides a supportive, realistic guide for helping parents manage long term therapies for autism and other chronic conditions. It encourages patience and meeting children where they are. It recommends celebrating every improvement and recognizes the importance of allowing the process to unfold organically, wise guidance that could be applied to parenting in general.


Homeopathy


by Mátyás Balogh

Buryat shamans’ spirits are spectres of ancestors and individuals who used to live in the human world and practised as well-known shamans or were famous for other merits. Mongols believe that three or more years after their death, shamans become spirits (ongon) and are able to come back to the human world by seizing the body of another shaman, who is (in most cases) his/her descendant or apprentice...

 

Shamanism


by Andrew Smith

Sinking into the welcoming arms of his easy recliner, relief fans out through his body as the tension of his day seeps from his neck and shoulders. As the mechanical hum of his car finally drains from his ears, he closes his eyes. Sitting in stillness, he allows his mind to wander, breathing deeply in the sharp coolness of an early spring evening, his awareness settling on the susurration of the trees, gently moving in the light breeze...

 

Astrology


by Robert F. Esterley III

My name is Robert F. Esterley III. My friend, Sherri Eberhart, allowed me the opportunity to create a healing space for her during the final months of her battle against breast cancer. Here’s our story...

 

Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: I love the idea of creating an Angel Room or other sacred spaces in the home. Just the thought of it soothes my soul. Robert Esterley designs with the sacred and spiritual in mind. In this article he shares the story of a dear friend's request to create an angel room in her home while bravely confronting breast cancer. Robert beautifully illuminates the powerful healing effect of the process and of allowing the divine to hold us in that space, no matter where we are.

 

Sacred Living


by Andrea Ploehn

When children at an early age experience disappointment in communicating over and over again it significantly affects their confidence...

 

Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: By breaking through communication barriers Author and mother Andrea Ploehn has achieved some very powerful results in her parenting with her children through the use of sign language. She provides excellent examples on how to build confidence, avoid tantrums, and excel socially.

 

Family & Parenting


by Derrick Jensen

Singular, compelling and courageously honest, this book is more than just a poignant memoir of a harrowingly abusive childhood. It relates the extraordinary journey of one man striving to save his own spirit and our planet's...

 

 

 

 

 

Books for Healing


 

Editor´s Note from Lexi Yoga: Here is a yoga meditation exercise to open your heart to give and receive more love. It is from the book - "The Eight Human Talents." You can repeat the movement 26 times focusing on your third eye point. Enjoy the love...

 

Yoga


by Cheryl Murphy, CNE

Just like the weather, our bodies go through an unsettled time during the spring season. With cloudy skies, turbulent storms, spring not only brings showers and flowers, it also brings unpredictable digestive issues, headaches and stomach pain...


Editor's Note: If aches,pains and headaches bring you down this spring season, don't fret. It could be your liver just trying to find some comfort. Our bodies need to adjust to a new time of year.  Our diet is changing, new growth is all around us and a spring cleaning could be in store. Read about what particular food choices make springtime a smooth transition.

 

Holistic Nutrition


by Diane Rook

Healing stories can change the way we see our lives and the world.  Using metaphor and imagery, stories offer healing and growth to everyone - those who tell them and those who listen. They connect us to each other and help us find meaning as we imagine new possibilities and find hope...

 

 

 

Therapeutic Storytelling


by Peter J D'Adamo, ND, MlfHl

In the last two decades, a new paradigm for scientific inquiry has been developing based on the acceptance of simple things acting together in complex, network-like relations. Classical science, as exemplified by Newtonian mechanics, is essentially reductionist...

 

 

Naturopathy


 

Editor's Note from Cynthia Greb: Talk by expert/author Robert Bosnak.  "An Approach to the Dream."  Good.

 

Dream Medicine


by Howard G. Charing

In traditional wisdom and knowledge, life is a continuum that does not end at the moment of death. One of the most important traditional tasks of the seer, shaman, medicine man or woman is to assist people who are either dying or the spirits of those who have died to make the transition into great domain of consciousness... 

  


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