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by Alexandra Folz

Weary children sleep late
school awaits
predictable moments
no longer apply....


Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: Our friend Alexandra has a way with words. Besides the fact she's an author of Indigo's Bracelet, she has put together a poem of wild words, bizarre pyramid building that has fun dripping off every word. We were laughing and falling off our seats when we read her poem "Mediation on Spilled Milk". We love how she takes an every day event that could have been turned into a negative action and turned it into a learning moment and she allowed the artist in her to turn it into a positive event.


Family & Parenting

by Robert Field, RSHom(NA), CTHom

I get many questions about homeopathic study and find that there are distinct differences to learning homeopathy and becoming a homeopath. They are really two different things entirely. Let me explain...


Editor's Note from Christine Breen: In this article, part of Robert Field's wonderful series: Homeopathy Tips from his Resonance School of Homeopathy in Nevada, he explains how a homeopath 'walks the walk AND talks the talk.



by Melanie Channell

Learning how to manage stress is not about becoming skilled at when to avoid or escape the pressures we live with today. It is about gaining the knowledge on how to recognize when the body reacts to these pressures and learning the skills needed to reduce the negative effects of them...


Editor's note from Sherri Carter: Taking a few deep breaths has amazing calming effect on the body, especially during stressful times. This article points out the benefits and offer tips on how to maximize your breath for your health.


Integrative Medicine


by H. F. Parkhurst

After many years and being a grandfather, I’m learning to consider children as young people. They’re bright and shiny pennies filled with the wonder of discovering the world. They rush this way and that as though they’re on wheels and are filled with a never-ending supply of questions...


Editor's Note: The topic of how we talk with children is near and dear to my heart and this article is right on. We need to start relating to children as the capable, helpful, smart, and inspiring young people they truly are. In fact, there are times when we need a child's fresh eyes to be able to see new solutions to the challenges we face. This article eloquently shares how and why we all need to take another look at how we communicate with young people.


Family & Parenting

by Steffany Barton, RN

As a kindergartner, my oldest daughter, just learning mastery with her letters of the alphabet, decided to write a note for the Easter Bunny. Her heart full of emotions to express and words to say, she sat down with her paper and scrawled out a note. Tears streaming down her face, she cried, “I’ll never learn to write. This is horrible. No one can read this...”


Intuition & Symbols

by Laura Yeh

Kids who learn to play a musical instrument gain an outlet for their creativity that can bring them a joy for a lifetime. They also reap tangible benefits that can help them as students and throughout their lives...


Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence & Stacy Toten: This article takes a closer look at the advantages your children can gain from learning how to play a musical instrument. The arts are a dying field in today's society. This article is an excellent reminder of how important the musical arts are and what they can teach children of all ages.


Family & Parenting

by Sheryl Paul, MA

Ever since Everest decided to become a vegetarian a couple a months ago, his already high sensitivity has gone into overdrive. Once he made the connection about where our animal food comes from, his mind connected the dots and realized that almost everything in this world comes from something in the natural world, and that in order for some life to survive other life has to die...


Editor's Note from Sylvia Poareo: In this article, Sheryl provides explanations as well as wonderful modeling of how to lovingly attend to our children's grief and existential fears. As usual, she also reconnects us to how to be gentle with our own pain and fear (which in turn helps us attend to our children). I so appreciate her storytelling and insight!


Family & Parenting

by Shakti Gawain

Having a beautiful body starts with following the natural flow of your energy. Trust yourself. Express yourself physically in ways that feel good. Sleep as much as you need to. Stay in bed if you feel you need more rest. Eat what your body truly desires and follow your heart. If you’re willing to trust your body, you’ll learn what’s best for you...


Editor's Note from Jodi Chapman: In this article (excerpted from the book Living in the Light – 25th Anniversary Edition), Shakti Gawain shows us that learning to trust and love our bodies is an essential part of living consciously and happily.



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