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The Amish are embracing solar power.  It may seem strange... don't they live without electricity?

Although each church sets it's own rules to determine these matters, electricity per se is not strictly forbidden. They do not want to have the outside world - a connection to the power grid-- coming in to their homes...

 

Think Green


 

Editor's Note from Christine Breen: Tineke Verkade from New Zealand has written books on homeopathy for animals. Through her work more and more Kiwi farmers walk the path towards cleaner and greener farming, and alternative farming practices like homeopathy are being explored and adopted.
 

Homeopathy


 

Do you live or work with anyone who needs a gentle reminder about how precious the world's water is? 

This is a visually engaging 2 1/2 minutes on the subject. Perfect for sharing -- especially with kids!

 

Think Green

 


 

Editor´s Note: Now is the time to turn back the clock with food. Healthy, leafy greens boosted with some baby grasses, quality protein and knowing the right oils to cook with prove to reverse signs of aging. Certain fruits help plump the skin and achieve that nice healthy glow, but watch those grains. Whole grains, not refined, are crucial to reduce inflammation in the body, the key to keeping beautiful skin.

 

Holistic Nutrition


by Karen Horan

It’s almost a cliché: The telephone rings and you intuitively know who it is before answering.

Intuition often shows up this way, as a fleeting insight we'll probably dismiss as coincidence  — or write off as “just imagination.”...

 

Editor's Note from Sophia Hansen: I always enjoy learning new techniques for strengthening my intuition.  Here are some simple exercises for doing so: one of my favorites listed is "red-light/green-light."

 

Intuition & Symbols


 

The mirrors layout in the PS10 Concentrated Solar Power plant could have been laid our more efficiently, and scientists found the secret to a more efficient layout had already been worked out by none other than...Mother Nature!

 

Think Green


 

Editor's Note from Karen Stabley: THIN is a documentary directed by Lauren Greenfield. The film is an exploration of The Renfrew Center in Coconut Creek, Florida; a 40-bed residential facility for the treatment of women with eating disorders. The documentary mostly revolves around four women with anorexia nervosa and/or bulimia and their struggles for recovery. This clip goes inside the art therapy session of one of the women, Alisa.
 

Arts & Art Therapy 


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