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June 30, 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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Many of us were raised being told to put others first. I was raised to be concerned about what others thought. In either case, others become the priority. In this training to be more concerned about others than ourselves, we have done ourselves a disservice. It is important to value who you are as well as value others. It is important to know what is important to you as well as what is important to those close to you...

 

PsychoSpiritual


 

Editor's Note: Dream Yoga is an ancient practice for bringing awareness to our lives awake and asleep. This is an excellent introduction to Dream Yoga from one of the masters of the practice.

 

Dream Medicine 


by Chandana Deekshith, BAMS, MD (AM), FCR (India)

Rose is the flower of love, fragrance and beauty. Indeed nothing can beat this perfect gift on a valentine's day. Roses have impressed people of all age groups over ages. Though it has amazing medicinal value, it is often prized for its aesthetic value...

 

Editor's Note: Rose Gulkand is incredibly delicious, mouth-watering body coolant. It is an ideal alternative to regular jams as it is credited with many health benefits. Try this!

 

Herbalism


by Barbara Etcovitch, BA, MA, DHom (UK), RSHom (NA), CCH, RCSHom, AIEM

Conventional medicine treats in opposites, giving a pain "killer" for pain and "anti-" substances for inflammation, depression and other ailments. People expect the same suppressive procedures to apply in the prescription of a homeopathic remedy. They do not...

 

Editor's Note: Barbara's discussion of acute vs. chronic illness is a very important consideration in Homeopathic case taking. The astute Homeopath must distinguish between true acute and acute flare-ups of the client's chronic state, the latter being much more common, in ongoing case management.

 

Homeopathy


by Cathy Margolin

When you’ve only got a desert to work with, how does one become a farmer?
How about grow a highly sought after Chinese herb that happens to love the desert. That’s exactly what one desert nomad started doing in China’s unforgiving deserts of Inner Mongolia in 2003...


 

Editor's Note: Herbalist Cathy Margolin, LAc provides some interesting information about how Rou Cong Rong grows in this informative article.

 

Acupuncture/TCM


 

Editor's Note from Cathy Alinovi: So often we wish we knew what our animals were thinking. We often make up words and stories for what we wish they say. Researchers at Emory University have made a step toward being able to measure our pets' thoughts.

 

Animals & Pets


by David Gerbstadt

Drawing is moving a pen, pencil, crayon—or really anything that can make a mark—on paper. In college, it took one teacher to tell me I was swimming in the deep end—in other words, that I was good at art! It took just one person to make me aware I was worthy of something. Up to that point, I had no idea I was ‘good‘ at anything....

 

Editor's Note from Karen Stabley: David is a working artist who lives near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was in a terrible bicycle accident and used art to heal. This is an excerpt from his book, One Breath at a Time.

 

Arts & Art Therapy


by Barbara Mencer, CHHC, AADP

Little kids say some funny things. And sometime, our little ones say some really profound things without even knowing it. My grandson said something last week that really got to me...

 


Editor's Note from
Sandra Miniere: Barbara Mencer shares a valuable lesson she learned from her three year old grandson. Her story reminds you to put the busyness aside and be with the ones you love. Enjoying your time with them may be more important than getting your tasks done efficiently. What a great way to begin the new year!

 

Sacred Living


by Michael Watson

The last couple of weeks have brought to our attention a large number of posts about the transformative power of story. We would like to share a few of those...

 

Editor's Note from Michael Williams: Storyteller and psychotherapist Michael Watson shares some recent reflections on the transforming power of storytelling.

 

Therapeutic Storytelling


 

Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Love the simple videos. Not too much talk and straight to the point. Almond butter. Simple and delicious.

 

Organic Living


by Darlene D’Arezzo
Cross-posted from WakingTimes.com

Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD) is a chronic, neurobehavioral condition characterized by pervasive inattention, and/or impulsivity and hyperactivity...

 

Editor's Note from Lexi Yoga: 4.4 million children and young adults being diagnosed with AD/HD. This is becoming hard for parents to deal with. Dazed and confused children who easily get distracted from simple daily tasks can be treated with the practice of yoga, breath awareness and meditation exercises. These practices promote self control, self reflection, improved self esteem focus and concentration.

 

Yoga


by Meredith Self

Choose a question meaningful to you now. The question itself matters not. Sit with the question. Experience the inner teacher revealing the answer as if teaching you, teaching others...

 

Editor's Note from Sophia Hansen: In this short and sweet article, Meredith Self teaches us how to answer our own questions using our intuition.  She shares, "All questions will ultimately collapse the questioner. Then you live as you are."  Sometimes all we need to do is ask the question and then allow the answer to find us.  Enjoy implementing this simple technique for improving your intuition intelligence.

 

Intuition & Symbols

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