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Energy Medicine is based on the fact that all living things emit an energy field. This field of bio-energy, sometimes known as the "aura", was called "chi" by the Chinese, or "prana" in the Indian tradition. Modalities include approaches such as: Reiki, crystal healing, meditation, healing touch, sound therapy, Pranic healing, aromatherapy, and a host of other healing art forms.
by Tina Marcantel, NMD
Most women are very concerned about breast health, and particularly about avoiding breast cancer. It's certainly an important issue to address because, "Aside from non-melanoma skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women. Breast cancer is the number one cause of cancer death in Hispanic women...
Editor's Note: One more great reason to stick with that exercise routine! Just think of articles like these during those times when the motivation gets low.
Editor's Note from Karen Adler: There is an ongoing debate in the world of art therapy about whether a practice such as this can be called art therapy or whether it is therapeutic art. My personal take on the issue is that if the client/patient finds it beneficial to put thought into, use their own personal sense of design and take time out from their suffering to make something as delightful as this Wish Doll, then what we art therapists actually call it, is somewhat immaterial.
Arts & Art Therapy
by John McGrail, Certified Hypnotherapist
Most all of us at some time experience the pain of procrastinating - and it is painful because procrastinating prevents us from doing or becoming better; from living a richer, fuller life; from attaining goals we know would make us happier and more fulfilled...
by Charlotte Reznick
Although holiday time means presents and no school for most American kids, it can also be a stressful time - particularly with so many families facing financial hardship, in families where there's a recent loss of a loved one, and with the challenges faced by split or blended families...
by Danielle Samaniego, from DivineCaroline.com
Cross-posted from www.Care2.com
As a kid, my mom warned me about things like sitting too close to the TV, going outside with a wet head, and not letting my food digest before swimming. She even convinced me that eating Pop Rocks and drinking soda at the same time would cause my stomach to explode. While I can attest to the fact that Pop Rocks and soda do not, in fact, cause any bodily damage (other than a fun party-in-your-mouth effect), what about those other kernels of motherly advice? Is there any truth to them or were they all just scare tactics?
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