by Matthew Segall
The universe is a body, according to Plato-- a Living Thing. It is unlike our own animal bodies, because it has no arms or legs to move around, since it is everywhere at once...
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Animals & Pets
by Hal Mosher
Animals are an integral part of our lives as they serve as reminders of our deep connection to nature. The animal mind has not been tainted by societal conventions, and more importantly neither has its instincts. In martial arts practice, we try to cultivate the sense of ourselves we had before our societal conditioning...
by Hal Mosher
Meditation on the five elements of the body is an old tradition which is used primarily to loosen the grasping at the self. In Tai Chi these elements take the form of animals and their corresponding organs.
Editor's Note from Cathy Alinovi: The Iditarod. Makes people think of sled dog races. The word is actually a small town in Alaska where the race moves through, not even the start or finish line. But what about the dogs? The dogs at Denali National Park are ambassadors - examples of what great athletes the Alaskan dog is. Thousands of visitors come each summer to meet these beauties. Let's see them too.
Animals & Pets
by Ambica Gulati,
Co-Editor of Shamanism
Since my journey with shamanism and spirit guides, I have encountered demons, animal guides, spiritual blockages, plant spirits, and I realised that we act out lives in tune with our soul’s choices. And whenever the choice of the soul does not blend with the physical world, suffering comes in. It is this suffering that then takes us back to our masters and guides who reveal to us our choices and path...
Editor's Note from Ambica Gulati: Karma unfolds in many ways. It speaks to us at all times but we understand the language only when our soul becomes a mirror to the universe.
Editor's Note: As someone who is always trying to get more calcium into my diet, I love kale, like other leafy greens it's calcium is more bioavailable than that which comes from animal sources! However, I do find it hard to eat raw, but not after watching how it is prepared here. Just as Jennifer says, cutting it up super small and massaging it are absolutely key steps! The kale truly does get soft without losing valuable vitamins and enzymes. Kale also happens to have a lot of Vitamin K, something we absolutely need for the health of our blood and Vitamin A an extremely important vitamin for the health of our eyes.
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