Interviewed by Susan Lutz, ATH Editor of Organic Living
Pregnancy can offer challenges on the organic path - from finding time and energy to shop and cook, to managing health and stress and of course, ultimately the birth. Lauren, author of Ginger is the New Pink: My journey towards healing with vegan whole foods, and editor at Crazysexylife.com returns to All Things Healing to share some of her experiences of keeping up with a healthy life for her and her baby on the way...
by Dr. Shawn Tassone
This exercise will bring you and your baby together through the breath of life. In this exercise you will be bring guiding your breath through your lungs and circulatory system into that of your baby and then the baby will give you its waste and carbon dioxide to exhale...
You’d think a newborn baby would have a fresh start when it comes to toxic chemicals. But chemicals move across the placenta, so a baby emerges with some of the same pollution in its system as its mother...
Editor´s Note from Zorica Denton: This article is very informative about toxic chemicals that can be passed to unborn child try mothers placenta. Once born, infants take in even more pollution, through breathing, eating, and passage through the skin, just as adults do. They are more sensitive to the chemicals and toxin than adults.
Eco-Products & Services
by Helene Byrne
If you’re like most new parents, you’re probably reading this post blurry-eyed and foggy-brained. In other words: totally desperate for a good night’s sleep...
Editor's Note from Meagan Hughes: This article introduces an innovative and musical approach to improving sleep for babies and toddlers.
Music Therapy & Sound Healing
Editor's Note from Margaret Marchuk: If you have concern about the environment along with your baby's, or grandbaby's health, this video offers a few basic baby products that are non-toxic to the planet and safe for little ones.
Eco-Products & Services
Editor's Note: I adore this video! My children and I dance walk all the time and yes...sometimes it's just me, with them giggling behind me. Either way, dance walking always brightens my day and has been a lifesaver in challenging moments! Hope it inspires more playfulness in your family life too!
Family & Parenting
by Elizabeth Spring
I would dare to say that the Swiss psychologist, Carl Jung, was more responsible than anyone else in the past couple hundred years for our interest in inner directed spirituality and authentic living. By the time of his death in 1961 a spiritual revival had started that drew in the entire baby boom generation and more. Unlike his colleague and mentor, Sigmund Freud, Jung saw the unconscious as being a rich hidden treasure, not simply a psychological basement where we put everything we don’t want to see or know about ourselves. He thought we ignore it at our own peril...
by Brooke Nisbet
In talking with my mentor and nutritionist, Julie Daniluk, I was reminded of the need for a daily meditation to help with stress busting. When I go to my friend’s house and draw spiritual cards, I often get the “meditation” card. When talking to other mentors or leaders in yoga and wellness, they ask if I have a daily meditation practice (knowing I should). Ugh… really?! Meditation again? Sigh. See the thing is, no matter how much I duck, dodge and fight it… meditation will keep being brought to my attention, because it is something that I really need in my life...
Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: An article from one of my dearest of friends and also former college roommate (which means we've been friends for over 25 years). We've both come a long way, baby.
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