by Melina Meza, BSN, 500 RYT
As we inch closer and closer to the winter solstice and begin to lose our daily dose of sunshine, do you find it more challenging to maintain your sense of health and well-being without the warmth and heat from the sun? If you are someone or know someone who starts to feel stagnant, sluggish, depressed, or notice your food takes a long time to digest and you feel tired after eating, perhaps some of these transitional practices will help you improve your inner fire, circulation, and mood...
Editor´s Note from Lexi Yoga: As we transition into winter we can begin to feel stagnant, sluggish or depressed from the lack of sunshine and colder weather. Melina Meza shares with us some Ayurvedic practices to help adapt and be in harmony with the winter season.
Editor's Note: In this interesting video, Dr Maryam Mahanian discussion single Chinese herbs and their various uses. The video was shot in a traditional Chinese herb shop (The Sunny Day Herb Shop) in Vancouver, Canada.
by Judith Hanna Doshi MA, CCH (Cand)
1. Homeopathic treatment incorporates sound principles of healing, based on the viewpoint that you are a vital or energetic being rather than a material body comprised of organ systems, body parts and physical symptoms—i.e. the conventional view...
Editor's Note: In an earlier article ("When Acute Prescribing Isn't Enough: Whole Person Healing in Homeopathy") I looked at acute versus chronic homeopathic treatment and when to consult a professional homeopath for whole person healing. Here, I'd like to share with you 10 ways that chronic or constitutional homeopathic treatment can directly benefit you now and protect you in the future.
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: My article on Ayurveda lifestyle relates to the guidance provided in Ayurveda text as to how you need to have your everyday routine. Waking up in Brahma muhurata which is the early morning time between 4 to 6 am, relieving the bowels, cleaning of the face and mouth along with care of the teeth and tongue and daily eye care have been recommended. This also includes other procedures like Gandoosha or holding oil in the mouth and nasal cleansing.
by Tina Rayner
It is no secret to anyone living in N. America that both Canada and the U.S. celebrate Thanksgiving every year and that the main message behind this holiday is of course being thankful, even if it’s only being thankful for the one-size-fits-all pants that enable one to appease Grandma and eat another serving of mashed potatoes without having to covertly undo any buttons...
Editor's Note: A movie was made about his "unique" style of practicing medicine. Patch gives his take on modern allopathic medicine and how their is so much more to medicine that just seeing an MD. He is well known for his colorful outfits and bringing laughter to healing.
by Carolyn White, PhD, DCH, CSC, ChI,
Co-Editor of Energy Medicine
I receive questions from my website readers about the human energy system - the Chakras. This week, I found the following message in my inbox:
"Hi there, I’d like to know if you do hypnosis to help the solar plexus as i have many problems in that area; affecting my stomach and having a 2 year chronic headache - please let me know if you can help..."
Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: Great discussion about physical pain, getting to the bottom of it and in-the-moment-awareness. To paraphrase from the video, "Physical pain is just exaggerated negative emotion... some conflict between your desire and your belief... pain is about energy misalignment."
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