Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: One of the most toxic professions is working in a beauty salon. The chemicals to dye, perm, and straighten hair are known to be highly dangerous. The owner of this salon took steps in every part of her business to go green, go organic. The health of her employees improved; and clients soon turned to prefer the natural way to go.
Editor's Note from Leigh Glenn: I've not heard of herbalists using purslane medicinally, but the "weed" is a good land-based source of Omega 3 fatty acids with a pleasant flavor and succulent texture. If you don't already have some growing in your yard, Green Deane suggests finding some and transplanting it.
Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: This video was shared with me from our new editor on PsychoSpiritual. I think it is worth sharing because it is done by a group of students at Lakeside High School in Seattle, WA.
Editor´s Note: Kerri Kasem, wellness coach and host of K-Pod and Sixx Sense, is living proof that eating your greens can cure disease. Here she explains how juicing and a plant based diet can heal the body. When the body is treated with respect, it will thrive.
by Sally Friedman
What do you really want? What does your heart desire? What’s in your heart now, and what’s the green bough that will open up more possibilities?
It’s a lovely image, and there’s some pretty good food for thought here too...
Inspiration & Wisdom
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!
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