Poems from Helen Connelly, Helen Marring Wood, and Naomi Burton Stone
May is so beautiful:
Orchards are fair;
Branches of fruit trees
Make gardens of air...
Editor's Note from Tomasz Czepaitis: So, here are 3 poems (would be more), dedicated to our Holy Mother to celebrate this month - the month of the Mature Spring. They are simple poems, not sophisticated, though I believe the healing point in them is dedication and praising - writing to someone, in this case Mother Mary, forgetting oneself, the author. I tried to do this putting my own brief instant poem in the end of this Intro: Mother Mary inspires me - I write poem - inspiring others, and so on.
Writing & Poetry Therapy
by Andrea Ploehn
One thing I’ve realized from working with so many infants is that they are learning and understanding things much sooner than many parents realize. Using baby sign language, parents can start to communicate with their babies months earlier than they might otherwise...
Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: By communicating with sign language you can open up a new world at a much younger age. Some infants and toddlers are kinesthetic and visual learners. If your child is having difficulties communicating try sign language to break through their barriers. Andrea Ploehn has had excellent results using sign language with her four children.
Family & Parenting
Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: We picked this particular video to share with you this month because of it's simplicity. The step by step instructions are as easy as ABC. When children get to plant a garden and reap the rewards their eyes light up. They get to learn about growing their own healthy organic food. They are learning science and math and don't even know it.
Family & Parenting
by Shoshana Avree
We have been in drought conditions inTexas for months now. Our major lake is down over 15 feet. Trees are dying and the bats that are so part of our Being in Austin are at risk of predators as they leave the safety of their home under the bridge downtown to forage for food earlier than usual. In the light of day they are found flying out to eat, which they've never done before as the bugs are fewer and the bats need to go farther and farther away, as the hawks watch on...
Editor's Note from Shoshana Avree: Please feel free to pass this around and send a prayer our way of gratitude for water on the planet. Thank you.
by Rhiannon Barkemeijer de Wit
Azrael is a Celestial Angelic Being within the Angelic Order known as the Archangels. Archangels are responsible for ministering to humans, considered somewhat like "manager angels," Archangels oversee the responsibilities of Guardian Angels and the other Celestial Light Beings that act as our guardians and guides...
Editor's Note from Sophia Hansen: As we enter June and celebrate summer and continue our Angel series, I'd like to introduce Archangel Sandalphon. In June we celebrate the beginning of summer. Sandalphon is the Archangel of Prayers, Music, Earth and Personal Ascension. June earth is a very fertile, buzzing, humming and blooming month and Sandalphon helps remind us of our connection to Heaven and Earth.
Intuition & Symbols
by Alida Birch
We are blessed in our small city of Eugene (pop. 138,000) to have a healing circle that has been consistently functioning since 1992. Monthly, our circle offers shamanic healing to those in the community who ask and to those who may not otherwise be able to receive shamanic healing...
Editor's Note by Shoshana Avree: I've know Alida for over 12 years as we studied Michael Harner's 3 year Advanced Shamanism Program together. She is an amazing person and shaman. I know the importance of community and connection in the way Alida talks about her Healing Circle in Eugene, Oregon...
by Todd Rowe, MD, MD(H), CCH, DHt
I celebrate every day that I am a homeopath. It is a labor of love, filled with much joy. As a psychiatrist I enjoyed my work, but as a homeopath I have found my calling. My personal journey into homeopathy began in my last year of medical school. I was interested in learning more about alternative medicine and spent one month studying with a homeopathic physician in Chicago...
by Sarah Leather, ISHom, ND
Mary Anne first came to me in March of 2008. She had recently been in hospital for a week for investigations for abdominal pain that she had been experiencing for 6 months. She had had an ultrasound, x rays, a CT scan, an endoscopy, a total colonoscopy, blood tests, stool samples and many biopsies with the above tests. All the test had come back as normal...
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