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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 Charles David Heineke

Despite the dangling participle in the title of this essay, about which my favorite high school English teacher would cringe, and I too, perhaps you’re wondering why I would ask that question in the first place, and why I feel that it’s important for you to answer it in the second place...


Editor´s Note from Tina Rayner: As Charles David Heineke states, "Just as the Old Testament refers to the name of God as, “I Am,” so also do our, “I am” statements become our name, or definition of ourselves. When we make one of these statements to ourselves, we are defining ourselves by that declaration, regardless of whether it’s true or not!" How many of us are aware of what we are declaring and thus creating with our, "I am" statements? "I am rich." "I am poor." "I am always tired." "I am always abundantly healthy." WE choose!



by Karen Adler,
ATH Asst. Editor of Arts & Art Therapy

The creation of all life has a gestation period. As does the creation of a project or an artwork or a piece of writing - anything that one wishes to bring into the world. The moment of conception isn't always recognised as such. It's often only in hindsight that  the steps and stepping stones that have lead to the creation of something new can be identified...



Arts & Art Therapy

by Jed Diamond

According to addictions expert Charles L. Whitfield, "Codependence is not only the most common addiction people develop, it is the base out of which all our addictions and compulsions emerge. Underneath nearly every addiction and compulsion lies codependence." Codependence, therefore, is the disease of lost selfhood...






by Laura Markham, PhD

Parents often ask me how they can de-stress and stay calm with their kids. I highly recommend the Emotional Freedom Technique, or EFT. It couldn't be simpler, and takes almost no time. There are no side effects. It becomes more effective over time...


Editor's Note from Sylvia Poareo: I have long used EFT for myself and my children with great results. Here Dr. Laura Markham provides a wonderfully easy to understand explanation of the process. I highly recommend using this simple yet highly effective tool on a regular basis to help yourself and your child let go of any fears or anxiety. Let me know what you think and/or how it works for you and your children!


Family & Parenting

by Tzivia Gover

The dreams were there even before I opened my eyes. In this one I was lost (not an uncommon dream) and searching for a Japanese restaurant that I eat in from time to time in waking life, called Zen. I woke that morning in a hotel in Charleston, South Carolina, where I was staying while attending a 4-day intensive on dreams. I was one year into a dream certification process and I was remembering an average of 6-8 dreams a  night, plus recording all of them in my dream journal...


Editor's Note: When we begin to take an interest in our dreams we are often told that the first step in understanding our dreams is to write them down. In this article I explore some of the reasons why that simple instruction can have profound results.


Dream Medicine


Editor's Note from Lisa Pheonix: Judith Orloff, MD and Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA  shares her wisdom in distinguishing the difference between will and intuition and how to correctly learn to use our intuition to create positive shift in our lives.

Intuition & Symbols 


See how easy and pain free getting acupuncture is. Weight loss can easily be treated through acupuncture, herbs, and proper nutrition. Obesity has become a serious issue in most Western countries... 



by Kasey Minnis

As a Christian who has adopted a vegan diet, I’m often asked how I reconcile veganism with the Judeo-Christian belief system. People frequently say “God gave mankind animals as food,” or “God intended for us to eat meat.” Do the Scriptures support those beliefs?...


Editor's Note from Erica Settino: So often our moral and ethical choices are thought to be intertwined with our religious beliefs. Here Kasey Mannis, a Christian and ethical vegan, discusses how she reconciles her religious beliefs with what she believes to be her moral obligation to all living beings.


Animals & Pets


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: A traditional farmer turns organic when his pigs turn sterile after introducing GMO corn. There are no special effects, yet the story is real. Animals have suffered; families lost their way of life: and threats, corruption, and control push to rule the way we eat. The right to health is not only stake, but the right to freedom, safety, and security.


Organic Living

by Jerry Wennstrom

After walking some distance, stopping for a cup of tea and winding my way back to the apartment, I happened upon an older, homeless man in an alley. He was surrounded by several overstuffed plastic bags and had apparently spent the night in the alley. When our eyes met, we held the moment for an unusually long time. I held the gaze longer than usual...



Sacred Living

by Norma-Jean Strickland
ATH Asst. Editor of Therapeutic Storytelling

I have always enjoyed word games of any kind. I just seem to have a knack for quickly and easily unscrambling those word puzzles you find in the paper (usually with the comics). Puns and double entendrés are always fun. That’s why I really enjoy the name of the video I would like to share with you...




Therapeutic Storytelling

by Douglas Brown, CCH, FNP, RSHom(NA)

It's 1849, and a cholera epidemic is sweeping through Cincinnati. The morgues are filling up faster than people can be buried. 45 to 60% of patients admitted to the allopathic medical hospitals die. Yet in the homeopathic hospitals, only 3% of cholera patients die...

Editor's Note from Christine Breen: Doug Brown discusses a brief history of homeopathy, its rise and decline and its present resurgence, and then examines how "the model of health care we select is intimately tied to our deepest beliefs about what causes illness, and what constitutes health." He also shares with readers a cured case from his own practice.



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