from Steven Forrest's "The Inner Sky"
"...Ten planets, each molded into a “bit” by a sign and a house. Five aspects weaving those “bits” together in five different ways. Throw in rulerships, retrogradation, the moon’s nodes. Add a concentration of planets above the horizon, or in the east..."
Editor's Note from Pat Lantz: Over the last several months ATH has published excerpts from Steven Forrest's wonderful astrology primer, "The Inner Sky". To read all of these excerpts just enter "Inner Sky" in the ATH search engine. If you are a beginner this is the book to have in your library, order by clicking here. Thank you Steve for allowing ATH to share these "Little Pieces of Astrological Wisdom" with our readers.
by Dr. Sonica Krishan,
ATH Co-Editor of Ayurveda
Nowadays, owing to the number of lifestyle related diseases that we seem to be facing, it is worthwhile to know and understand what ancient Ayurveda therapy has to offer...
Editor's Note from Sonica Krishan: There are a number of lifestyle related diseases like obesity, hypertension, anxiety, diabetes, indigestion, allergies et al and there are many more cropping up. Not only are these lifestyle diseases depriving and deluding, but these are also somehow prying with our natural comfort of wellbeing. The everyday lifestyle citation has been laid down since ancient times by the sages of Ayurveda therapy. And this reference guide comes true even today as wisdom excerpt to modern lifestyle. I would highly recommend you to acknowledge ancient Ayurveda lifestyle and follow it, so as to incorporate natural wellbeing and longevity into your life, keeping the lifestyle diseases at bay.
Please have a read. Namaste.
Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: Watch Adam who is an awakened 8 year old little boy introduces his latest crystal grid, which he calls a "web" grid. Adam has taken the time to listen to what his stones are vibrating to him. He takes this information and creates healing grids. Grab your kids, this is a must watch video.
Family & Parenting
by Melody Larson
At the core of step 4 is the need to forgive and to cultivate compassion. We cannot move forward on our journey until we begin to release some of the blame, anger, and sorrow that we have gathered on the journey so far, both towards others and towards ourselves. This deeper state of acceptance and allowing is what propels us forward in our spiritual adventure.
Editor's Note from Pat Lantz: To first get an overview of what this journey is all about, read Melody’s introductory article, The 12 Steps of the Spiritual Journey.
Editor´s Note: This informative video explains the NADA protocol, which is a very effective treatment for addictions. The protocol is a set of five acupuncture points on the ear that are used to curb cravings, reduce stress, and normalize the body's system. Fantastic!
by Mada Eliza Dalian
With all the calamities that have been occurring on the planet, what are the lessons that we can learn about life and ourselves?
Most of us take our life on this planet for granted. When something dramatic happens, it forces us to re-evaluate the reason we are here and why we do what we do. Calamities, illness and death are the greatest teachers and awakeners...
Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: This is an interview with Mada on what we can do to create a new way of living and being. It's the perfect read to usher in the New Year. May we use intuition, the essence of heart intelligence, to guide us throughout 2014 and welcome all the year brings!
by Mada Eliza Dalian
Normally, our heart opens when we feel accepted and loved by others. But when we are rejected, we feel hurt and our heart immediately closes. By holding on to our hurt and expectations, we rob ourselves of experiencing the divinity and bliss of love that is within us. When we open our hearts and surrender to love, we begin to feel what others feel and realize that we are not different...
Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Mada's article inspires us to look within to be free to love with an open, undefended heart. She recommends we become aware of the feelings and emotions arising while engaging with others. Mada reminds us that life is an opportunity to connect deeply with others and to love wholly and completely.
by Dr. Tate Gentile, DC
You don’t have to be a health care professional, a doctor, a philosopher, or even a scientist to know that our body is an amazing organism. Just think….. one sperm, one ovum meet, dividing into 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512 …… and over the course of the next 9 months the most amazing miracle known to man is growing, changing, adapting, specializing cells, and bringing LIFE to another human being...
Editor´s Note from Abbey Denaro: As Dr. Tate Gentile says in his article, we are all taught two main principles growing up: Don't do drugs and don't call people names. Unfortunately, the medical culture does not follow these rules. If these principles are important to you and your family, there are better options out there.
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