by Laurence Kingston
I can see you sitting in your favorite chair
got your sweatpants on and your feet in the air
a soda from yesterday sits by your side
the ring on the table is starting to dry...
Editor´s Note from Karen Stabley: Art has often been used to raise our awareness of social issues. Laurence wrote this song for a movie titled "Take a Pill". (They didn't use it because it was too mellow.) The movie was written as a commentary on today's pill popping commercials and the "wonder pills" that can cure whatever ails us.
Arts & Art Therapy
This is a very simple method but it works miraculously • try it. And anyone can try it, there is no danger. The first thing is to be in an easy relaxed position. Don't struggle with the posture. You can sit in an easy chair and relax. The only thing is your body must be in a relaxed state...
Editor's Note: Osho is perhaps one of the most controversial teachers of spirituality. He describes himself as a 'spiritually incorrect mystic'...
by Julie Lachman, ND
ATH Co-Editor of Naturopathy
Now that the pools have opened, many people will be taking to the lounge chairs or beach towels to soak up some rays. Being outside in the sun has many benefits, particularly in providing us with a much-needed hormone called Vitamin D...
by Rose Ann Rasic
Olga Murray is a bundle of energy and joy. This tiny white-haired woman with a big smile wins the hearts of people with her story, which is one of selfless and sacred living.
Born in Transylvania in 1925, Olga came to the U.S. as a six-year-old...
Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: Olga Murray retired from working for the California Supreme Court only to travel to the Himalayas to find her life's work supporting the education, health and well being of indigent Nepalese children. Her founding of the Nepal Youth Foundation inspires each of us to listen for our own call to action.
by Katrina Kenison Lewers
You know how it is. The dishes need washing, the houseplants are wilting, the emails have piled up, the kids are needy, and the dog is scratching at the door to go out. There is no end to the to-do list, no reward or revelation to be found at the bottom of the laundry hamper, no moment in the day when life feels entirely manageable, tidy, and complete...
Editor’s Note from Eden Kozlowski: As Katrina describes it... working on your soul and your peace isn't about retreating or going to some special place (although, don't get me wrong, that is awesome and times when that is a beautiful thing). However, for long term, it's about being in the middle of the plain and ordinary, about finding happiness in pulling a hair out of your nose, about finding comfort as your kids get in a fight, finding peace as you find moldy apple cores in your minivan, etc, etc, etc...
by Dr. Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, N.D., M.S.W.
Delia, age 47, had short red hair and blue eyes and was about 75 pounds overweight. I first saw her on 9/14/93. Her story was as follows: “The reason I came is that I’m having trouble with uterine fibroids (2). My uterus is pressing on my bladder...
Editor´s Note from Bharti Nathani: In this Article author has beautifully described a case of women suffering from uterine fibroid and has narrated the mental and physical state of the patient through expressing her fears, dreams,and her relations which is affecting her life.so this is how mental affects physicals leading to a disease form.
by Kim Murriera
At first the children and I were in a honeymoon period. This lasted for almost a month, and then slowly things began to fall apart. Children were falling out of chairs, lunches were being thrown across the room, physical fights were breaking out on the playground and the social atmosphere of the class was unkind. I was at a loss as what to do with the children. It was obvious they were feeling abandoned and were acting out these feelings. . .
Editor's Note from Cathy Alinovi: Dogs eat some crazy things - I've removed rope toys, rocks, fish hooks, feminine hygiene products and balls of hair, just to name a few. Here are some more pictures - amazing recoveries for the dogs in this video - not all dogs are as lucky. Protect your pets - watch what they eat, keep them safe - vets would rather see healthy patients, not risky emergencies where the patient could die. (Kitties eat silly things too!)
Animals & Pets
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