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June 25, 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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I was a compulsive eater out of my mother’s womb. The youngest of eight children in an abusive home, I was born knowing that the world was definitely not safe for me. I used food to feel safe. It was that simple. I could not stop eating. When I was not eating, I was thinking about food...


Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: In this article Laura introduces you to Yum Yum Dishes. They are bowls, plates, etc that help you maintain food portion control simply because of their size (AND great design). You fill them with your meal/snack and eat in moderation... when the dish is empty so is the Yum Yum.


Exercise & Fitness

by Sanora Bartels

There are a lot of misconceptions about meditation. I’ve listed some I’ve come across teaching Vedic Meditation:

Misconception: I can meditate once a week to experience a shift in consciousness...






Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: With Summer upon us we thought this is the perfect teaching video to learn about city birds and what they sound like. It's important to teach your children about nature the creatures we all share the planet with.



Family & Parenting

by Adele Wang

I know in my consciousness things are happening. I know that reality is bending. And if things like this keep happening with the work, though in diferent ways, then what? What would that mean? But then again, someone else may dispute this all together, and have the opposite opinion...


Editor's Note: This is one of my more personal articles where I describe an experience i had with a client. It is taken from my blog where I was conversing with a scientific skeptic about the nature of energy medicine. This is Part 3 of 3 in this series. Click HERE for Part 1 and HERE for Part 2...


Energy Medicine


Editor's Note from Cathy Alinovi: You've seen your kids, or your neighbors' kids, you've seen bulldogs - now - Mick the Cat! Skateboarder Extraordinaire. Doesn't that look fun?


Animals & Pets

by Robin Lee

Have you noticed the feeling of being overwhelmed from the moment yobody+awau wake up? How many of you feel the constant pressure and pull of life? For some of us, the world seems to always be calling...


Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Your body supports you when you give it the attention it needs. Robin Lee shares several tips on how to increase your vitality each day. She points out how you can make a choice to get out of the fast lane for just a few minutes, slow down and check in with your body. She provides a simple exercise you can do immediately in order to listen to your body's wisdom.


Sacred Living

by Darla Graves Palmer

Ayurveda, a healing system thousands of years old, carries within it a harmonizing approach as evocative and moving as the most uplifting music ever created. I have found, to my enduring delight, that this is a system based upon energy...


Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: Ayurveda is one of the most beautiful and touching systems that can be likened to a work of art. Ayurvedic lifestyle consultant Darla Graves Palmer offers a delightful reflection on how Ayurveda relates to nature, energy and the universal consciousness. When we pause to examine our connection to all living things and sense the woven fabric of energy, we gain an unparalled sense of joy. It is our journey of reciprocation that guides us along until we reach a state of universal equilibrium. Namaste.



Editor's Note from Elizabeth Wisniewski: Dr. Patrick Gentempo explains how chiropractic care is not for just the treatment of low back and neck pain, rather it is a proactive approach to health and well being. The world is a stressful place, and this stress often keeps our body from expressing optimal health. The nervous system is what manages stress and Doctors of Chiropractic evaluate the nervous system and remove any interference within it. When the nervous system is functioning optimally the body can adapt to the stresses of life properly and health rather than disease will manifest.


by Therese Walsh PhD, LAc

Astrological acupuncture can be used for people who have lost a sense of purpose in their life, feel stuck in space and time or unable to commit to a decision regarding the direction to take in life. It can be used to harmonize during times of change...







Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Living as an organic part of our environment takes on a literal meaning as Mitchell Joachim, a leader in ecological design and urbanism, describes how we have the potential to live in homes and become like a tree that has been pleached - sucking carbon, a plus to the environment rather than a taking from it.  In the future we may have the ability to choose from a veggie house or a house of meat. One must taste the video to believe it.


Organic Living

by Andrea Beaman, HHC

It seems almost all cultures around the world have used some type of pickle or other fermented food; in Japan they ate takuan and oshinko pickles, and umeboshi plums; China is famous for it’s kimchee (Kimchi); throughout Europe, dill, sour and garlic pickles were the flavor; in Germany it was sauerkraut; Russian people ate kefir, pickled cabbage and beets; and people in the Mediterranean dined on olives and yogurt...


Editor's Note from Neda Smith: Every culture around the world eats some form of fermented food to help aid in digestion.  Unfortunately, today in our fast paced world, many people have walked away from these traditions. Andrea Beaman talks about the benefits of fermented foods and provides us with a very easy recipe to make our own.


Holistic Nutrition

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