by Peggy Gleason, RN, WS, NHD
We are all familiar with the term “stress related” illness. But we often underestimate the gravity of just how sick “stress” can make us. We usually consider only ulcers or headaches or maybe we even go as far as “heart attack” when we think of stress manifesting itself on our bodies. But there are so many more areas of the body that are affected by stress. In fact, every system of the body can be affected by stress...
Editor's Note: Who doesn't have stress in their life? The question is how do we manage it and what options are available to us for help? This article beautifully represents alternative ideas for dealing with stress.
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.
Editor's Note from Pat Lantz: The cycles of the moon begin in darkness, then progress to a thin crescent, gradually increasing in light (waxing) until the complete illumination at Full Moon - then the light of the Moon slowly recedes (wanes) back into another crescent and finally back into the darkness of the New Moon - only to begin the process once again. Click here for "A Guide for Getting In Tune With the Cycles of the Moon."
by Thomas Muldoon
Everywhere you go nowadays there seems to be candles for sale, from your local market to your major department store. They come in all shapes and sizes and an assortment of colours. "What, I wonder, is the fascination we all have with candles?" The folklore goes back a long way but even today there’s nothing like a candlelit dinner for two to the scene for romance. In fact, people burn candles for all sorts of reasons; just look at any church or chapel...
Intuition & Symbols
by Mada Eliza Dalian
My friend just came back from India and told me that he became enlightened after being touched by a teacher who gave him an energy transmission. He told me that thousands of people are becoming enlightened this way. Can you please comment?...
Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Shaktipat is the process of a guru or teacher transferring spiritual energy to another in order to awaken the kundalini. The effect of this process is often a temporary heightened state of bliss and profound sense of love. In this article, Mada examines the difference between shaktipat and enlightenment. In the process of explaining the differences, she inspires diligence in those who wish to consciously awaken and liberate themselves of the ego-mind.
by Ziki Dekel, LAc
The question I'm asked most frequently by family, friends, and patients is "What should I be eating?" There is an immense amount of anxiety around our diets and what we put into our bodies. We're bombarded by (often contradictory) news stories about miracle foods or foods that should be avoided, which leaves us unable to make meaningful choices about our diets...
by David G. Arenson, ND
ATH Co-Editor of Sacred Living
Nowadays, it isn’t difficult to picture the first man on the moon.
Virtually unthinkable before achieved, it was arguably the greatest single leap for humankind. Who can forget the legendary, enchanting image of Buzz Aldrin posing on the moon, allowing his fellow astronaut, Neil Armstrong to photograph both of them using the visor’s reflection...
Editor's Note from David Arenson: Explore more about beliefs, perception and their power to change lives. As Henry Ford said, "there is no man living who isn’t capable of doing more than he thinks he can do.” What have you decided is unchangeable that is actually changeable? Nothing’s going to change your world unless you allow that possibility into your scope. It all starts with you!
by Sara Calabro
Forget what you've been told. Acupuncture does have side effects. The unintended consequences of acupuncture, while not life-threatening, should not be overlooked. The side effects of acupuncture occur frequently and can seriously impact on your quality of life...
Editor´s Note from Julia Sanfilippo: Sleep disturbances, headaches, and digestive discomfort are just a few common complications from Western pharmaceuticals. Sara explains the 5 most common side effects of acupuncture, all of which are actually wonderful benefits! Better sleep, better digestion, mental clarity, more energy, and less stress are the "complications" from regular acupuncture treatments. I'll take that any day!
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