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Editor´s Note from Karen Stabley: Cheryl Strayed says that she hiked the Pacific Crest Trail because she was none of the things that the trail was. She was not "magnificent, grand, significant, or beautiful" but she wanted to be in that world and thought that being a very small part of that world might help her figure out her own life. We need the beauty and magnificence of nature for many things. We need it to to inspire us to make incredible works of art, transport us to new and different life experiences, and heal us from the pain that we inflict on each other. Cheryl Strayed's journey is one of self-discovery and the art of healing. I hope that this excerpt inspires you to read the rest of her book.


Arts & Art Therapy

by Diane Renz,
ATH Asst. Editor of PsychoSpiritual

"Meditation is this very powerful way to handle literally any state of mind from the deepest darkest hell to the highest heaven. Meditation teaches us that it’s not thinking about things that enables us to resolve our confusion. It’s about experiencing our various states of mind nakedly and totally directly with a willingness to do so. And then they’re resolved always, no matter what they are, because that’s the nature of experience. Human experience itself is a journey..."


Editor's Note from Diane Renz: Meditation comes in many forms, from various traditions, and extends from many different lineages. It literally means to become familiar with- familiar with what? - With the patterns of our mind. Meditation is about cultivating a certain quality of awareness which is inclusive, curious, and available to what arises, but is not identified by the content of our experience. Often we can confuse not identifying with not experiencing, and then create a subsequent ‘spiritual bypass’, avoiding the rough edges of our humanity to try to access a “better state”. See Part 1.




Editor's Note from Pat Lantz: Astrologer Vic DiCara explains the key symbolism behind each astrological planet, using simple, essential concepts, while illustrating how the nine planets represent the human journey from consciousness, through illusion and back again.




Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: The University of Maryland School of Medicine Center for Integrative Medicine Health and Wellness Conference hosts Ayurvedic Consultant Susan Weis-Bohlen for an incredibly informative presentation of how Ayurveda delves into the root of human vitality. She includes a personal story of her own transformation with health through the healing benefits of Ayurvedic Panchakarma. Watch this video to share in her journey and explore how you too can transform yourself to a better state of health with Ayurveda. Namaste



by Mary Saracino, BA

In the house on Bayard Street piles of bony fear hide in dusty corners. Behind the ghostly outline of a couch a young soul, nose to knotty-pine paneling,waits to be retrieved...


Editor´s Note from Nancy Burnett: Mary writes after realizing true healing. She captures the essence of renewed hope, coming joy, and new life. She inspires anyone seeking health in mind, body, and soul to move toward help. Mary's poem is a prelude to discovering her story shared in Voices of the Soft-bellied Warrior, a memoir of her journey through healing a rare voice disorder.




Editor's Note: A somewhat Jungian approach to the Major Arcana that uses the Marseilles deck and scrambles the traditional order of the cards a bit to tell the story of our journey through life as hero. It is an illuminating way of walking through all 22 cards in just over 9 minutes!



by Ilchi Lee

As a rule, many trees around a mountain make it good for meditation. In Fay Canyon (in Sedona, Arizona), there are many trees emanating a sacred energy. In a canyon like this, I shed the thought that I am looking at the trees and think instead that the trees are seeing me. Focus not only on yourself, but on the trees...

Editor's Note from Jodi Chapman: In this article, excerpted from the book, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart, Ilchi Lee reminds us that connecting with nature will lead us to our inner wisdom.



by Laura Simms

The Journey of the Healer as Teller of Tales is complex:

As a storyteller I have learned that to tell a story and lead others through it with a depth of intimacy and distance (simultaneously) I need to have lived the story myself. It is not always the incidents of the tale that I know, but the experience of the journey...

Editor's Note from Michael Williams: As Laura points out, the journey of the storyteller as healer is a long and complex one. Yet, it is absolutely necessary, for the storyteller cannot take his or her audience on an emotional journey without having travelled the path beforehand. In this article, Laura shares her map of one of those journeys.


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