Editor's Note from Carolyn White: Are "miracles" possible with energy therapies? Listen to this interview with Dr. Nancie Barwick who overcame the debilitating effects of Muscular Dystrophy using the Conklin Method.
Editor's Note from Karen Stabley: Dr. Bruce Moon, BA, BSc, B Env Sc (Hons), GDURP, Grad Dip Ed, M Pub Pol, PhD answers four interview questions about his career, his students, and a few other interesting topics. Dr. Moon is a the Director of Graduate Studies in the Art Therapy Department at Mount Mary College in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Dr. Moon has received many distinguished awards and has many publications. He is a highly regarded speaker on art therapy throughout the world.
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Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: My favorite excerpt from this video is Osho's response to the interviewer's question "You have no philosophy of life? Osho, "No philosophy of life. I have life itself. There are people who have philosophies of life, but they have no life." His message is so simple, sit in silence and connect.
by Sara Calabro, LAc
"I had been on many different medications over the years. The only one I ever found to be truly effective was lithium, but the side effects were debilitating. The medications made me so sick. With bipolar, you’re not always out of balance, so it gets to a point where the problem is more often the medication than the disease..."
Editor's Note: This interview gives a patient's perspective and experience of receiving acupuncture, and its effectiveness in treating bipolar disorder.
Editor's Note from Peter Clark: Physicist Fred Alan Wolf speaks of the connection between shamanism and quantum physics in this excerpt from a longer interview with Jeffrey Mishlove. In both cases, Wolf speaks of the creation of reality - through shamanism and quantum physics experiments. He speaks also of the common focus on vibration.
by Don Fedoryk, DC, DACRB
"Neuropathy is a term for a collection of disorders that occurs when nerves of the peripheral nervous system are damaged. The condition is generally referred to as peripheral neuropathy, and it is most commonly due to damage to nerve axons..."
Editor's Note from Dr. Jeffery Tucker: In this interview I asked Dr. Don Fedoryk what his thoughts on neuropathy are. Dr. Fedoryk is a rehab, sports medicine, patient centered doctor. He feels it is important that patients are properly educated and informed about there conditions.
by Susan Smith Jones, PhD
This is a continuation of a conversation with Susan Smith Jones and her holistic approach to these common conditions...
Editor's note from Sherri Carter: This is Part 2 of an interview with Susan Smith Jones, as she continues her discussion of the role food can play in either being the cause of, or help with the symptoms related to Depression, Anxiety and Stress. Many times the holidays include eating food which doesn't always support our health. Susan reminds us how to keep that in check at all times, not just during the holidays! See Part 1.
Editor's Note from Karen Adler: A documentary of the Cottage Studio in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada where those with serious mental illnesses may pursue art. The artists had the opportunity to prepare for and hang a show of their work at an opening at a commercial gallery. The documentary deals with their preparation for the show, the show itself, and in-depth interviews with three of the artists. While the story is about the preparation for a serious gallery opening culminating in that opening, the interviews explore the very issue of schizophrenia, the lives of the people it affects and the role of artistic expression in their recovery.
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