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by Michael Mendizza

After viewing our interview with Jean Liedloff, a parent said, “Jean talks about the effects of over protective parenting. I am so guilty of this. My son is much more capable when he is on his own than when he knows I am looking. I am wondering how I could undo this?...”

Editor's Note: In this article, Michael Mendizza succinctly reminds us of some shifts necessary to support our children's innate potential and capacity. It is a wonderful reminder to let go and trust our natural design.


Family & Parenting

by Mada Eliza Dalian

With all the calamities that have been occurring on the planet, what are the lessons that we can learn about life and ourselves?

Most of us take our life on this planet for granted. When something dramatic happens, it forces us to re-evaluate the reason we are here and why we do what we do. Calamities, illness and death are the greatest teachers and awakeners...


Editor's Note from Sue O'Callahan: This is an interview with Mada on what we can do to create a new way of living and being. It's the perfect read to usher in the New Year. May we use intuition, the essence of heart intelligence, to guide us throughout 2014 and welcome all the year brings!


Sacred Living


Editor's Note from Brooke Nisbet: This is a short interview with a famous yoga instructor, Tiffany Cruikshank. The inteveiwer asks Tiffany her feelings about teaching to a huge group of strangers at something like the Hanuman Yoga  Festival. Watch to find out what Tiffany says!



by Melanie Marquis for Tarot Reflections

My view is, I think, a fairly heterodox one in the present climate, as it's my contention that playing-cards/tarot cards actually emerge in the first place from a background of shamanistic magic and divination, with gaming representing a later and secondary utilization of cards—in fact, gaming and divination are closely intertwined activities in pre-modern cultures...


Editor's Note from Lynda Martin: Nigel Jackson created the Rumi Tarot. This is the middle part (Part 1 here) of an interview with him that highlights his Sufi-based symbolism in the deck. He also gives a short, informative Tarot history lesson. Melanie gets credit for asking really good questions!



Interviewed by Sue O'Callahan,

Co-Editor of Sacred Living

Sonia Choquette

Hello everyone! This is Sherri Carter, supervising editor for All Things Healing. Thank you so much for joining us. With me today is Sue O’Callahan, our co-editor in sacred living who will be interviewing our guest, Sonia Choquette who is a globally celebrated spiritual teacher, six sensory consultant, and transformational visionary guide. Her book is The Answer is Simple and it is a New York Times best seller. So now I would like to turn the conversation over to Sue.


"Spiritual awakening is when we begin to recognize and get back in touch with our authentic self as opposed to living our life through the lens of the emotional and mental confusion of our ego..."



Sacred Living

by Melanie Marquis for Tarot Reflections

You probably wouldn’t expect a man who had once been in a band called the Stockholm Monsters to moonlight in an academic holding library, but then again, Nigel Jackson is not exactly what one would call orthodox. An intensely gifted visual artist, this England native could professionally execute just about any kind of artwork, but he doesn’t—he’s always focused on his passion, esoteric art and ancient talismanic symbology...


Editor's Note from Lynda Martin: The Rumi Tarot is one of the most peaceful, beautiful one's I've seen. Be sure to check it out! This insightful interview with its creator delves into his spiritual worldview and artistic approach. We'll share more of the conversation in future posts. The interview took place in 2009, just before the deck was published.



Interviewed by Karen Adler, Dip Transpersonal Art Therapy
ATH Asst. Editor of Arts & Art Therapy

Phil Kent is my new landlord here in beautiful Killcare, on the Central Coast of NSW in Australia. Phil was a builder before he retired and leaving the building trade has enabled him to spend more time on his painting. Like most people I know who are involved in art, Phil doesn’t fit the stereotype of the mad artist. He’s someone who knows that, as with most things in life, it’s a matter of practicing your craft, working at it until, little by little, you start to see progress...


Arts & Art Therapy


Editor's Note: Caroline Myss and Oprah sit down on Super Soul Sunday, to discuss how your life matters. This is truly a powerful interview, not to be missed.



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