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Editor's Note from Melanie Webb: Any cyclists out there? Whether your groove is an indoor spin class with your favorite instructor and killer music; on Utah's spectacular slick rock; or out on the roads in California wine country like me this weekend (I know, life is rough), most of us want to know how to get more power out of our peddle stroke. Here's an interesting analysis of what phase of the stroke each muscle is most active.

Exercise & Fitness

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

A friend recently introduced me to the composer Eric Whitacre and his “Virtual Choir,” which has become an Internet sensation. I immediately fell in love with his music and this extraordinary concept of using the Internet for creative collaboration. Naturally, I wanted to share it and thought of including it here at ATH. Imagine my surprise (and delight) to learn that it had already been posted in the ATH Arts and Art Therapy section. I encourage you to look at it (but after you read my article, please)...



Therapeutic Storytelling

by Matthew Cross

There is a code that lies both within and without. This secret yet open code points the way to your purpose, your happiness and your greatness…


Editor's Note from Sophia Hansen: The Golden Ratio is best summed up by Matthew Cross himself, "...the ultimate integrative learning principle. It unites every discipline under (and above) the sun: Nature, humanity, science, religion, design, medicine, health, beauty, biology, astronomy, quantum physics, life science, psychology, peak performance, poetry, art, music, architecture, design… the list is as infinite as one’s imagination—and beyond."  Mr. Cross' aptly articulates the significance of this very significant principle found in all of Life and leaves you wanting to know more. 


Intuition & Symbols

by Mary Louise Chown

Hearing a story is like listening to music, the words falling off the teller’s tongue, onto our ears, and into our heart, setting thoughts and memories in motion. Stories are heard in the deep heart’s core and answer the burning questions that we all have. Who are we? Where did we come from? Who do we love? What have we forgotten that is important to remember?


Editor's Note from Michael Williams: In this article, storyteller and mediator Mary Louise Chown reflects on her therapeutic work with story and children. She states: "Children especially need the experience of listening to stories and discovering connections with their own lives. This can strengthen their spirits for when they meet hard times, such as illness or death, or any kind of sadness or disappointment."


Therapeutic Storytelling

by Dawn Kehr

These words leapt off the page at me, from a CNN technology article, as I pursed my RSS feeds this week. James’ thoughts exactly match my excitement for where I believe sound and music is heading. Increasingly, music and sound are being discussed as essential to human functioning and wellness...


Editor's Note: The marriage of technology and therapy has great potential in helping those with special needs. Dawn Kehr discusses some of the exciting research that has taken place around this issue. 


Music Therapy & Sound Healing


Editor's Note from Sandra Miniere: Today one of my clients was struggling with forgiving and letting go of her grievances against herself,her two ex-husbands and her parents. She reminded me that forgiveness is a challenge worth tackling because it affects your state of inner peace and outer abundance. This short inspirational video describes the benefits of giving up grievances so you can have harmony in your life. The insights, music and pictures are enlightening. Enjoy!


Sacred Living


Editor's Note from Lynda Martin: This video continues the Tarot teaching tradition of using multi-media. Enjoy a moment of uplift in your journey by letting animated Rider-Waite images flow into your vision to the beautiful music of Ellis Delaney.




Editor's Note: One of many ways to think about the Tarot and associations to the Zodiac. (Please don't mind the background music. You may want to turn your speakers down.)



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