by Amy Herring
Evolutionary Astrology is a term that has been coined by Steven Forrest and Jeff Green, to refer to a set of techniques as well as a philosophy in practicing astrology. Evolutionary astrology (often referred to in shorthand as simply "EA") is practiced in an individual way by each practitioner, but there are basic ideas1 that are central to the core of its philosophy and its techniques.
Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: Ayurvedic cooking gives us the freedom to choose light, sattvic (wise) foods for our bodies evertime we eat. Foods that are bitter and astringent like leafy greens, vegetables and whole grains can help detoxify the body a bit each meal. This lovely video has Seema Chandra demonstrating how to make a modified, modern jowar medley while she hosts an ayurvedic interview with Anurag Sharma Director of the Baidyanath Group. It includes a mix of fresh vegetables that incorporate the shad rasas (6 tastes) of ayurveda and is well balanced. Note, traditional ayurveda prefers cooking with ghee for the most nourishing meals. Enjoy!
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.
When selecting bath and body care products to use on a baby, it’s no secret that parents look for the safest items available. The problem with today’s marketplace, is how do you truly know what’s safe?
Eco Products & Services
Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Why we aren't building these gorgeous, charming AFFORDABLE - potentially no mortgage homes, is not a mystery. It's a simple, organic, green lifestyle that perhaps the economic squeeze is forcing us to consider. Banks aren't going to make a lot of money on them, but the earth will thank us in the end. You'll be amazed at how gorgeous they are.
by Rick D.
Cross-posted from EatLocalGrown.com
Leafy greens are one of the most nutritious, inexpensive and easy to cook real foods! They're also very tasty and one of the simpler things to cook. Leafy greens are available for a large part of the year in one form or another and are usually available at most farmers markets for great prices...
Editor's Note: Looking for the low down on leafy greens? Look no further. "All About Leafy Greens" not only provides a valuable list of the super nutritional garden gems, but also showcases powerful nutritional value plus presents ways to prepare the leafy plants. Whether it's tempering the bitterness of collard greens or just finding out how to opt for heathier choices with spinach and kale, this informative and thorough article reminds us all the importance of getting in our daily greens.
by Leslie May
Make sure your lawn and your garden are free from chemicals, insecticides, herbicides and pesticides to keep you dog and you the healthiest possible. There are dangers lurking in nasty chemicals that can be very unhealthy for dogs, other pets, children and adults...
Editor's Note from Cathy Alinovi: The grass is green, and it's time to work on the lawn. Beware – some lawn chemicals can be poisonous to pets. Here's how not to risk the four-legged family but have a great lawn. And there are some great links to other wonderful sources of information.
Animals & Pets
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