by Marilyn Muir
The most important thing that we do in our experience is to relate with one another. To not be able to relate successfully makes life very difficult for many. I have done thousands and thousands of sky maps for thousands of people over my long years of being a professional astrologer. Probably the single thing that was most important to the person being read was relationships of all varieties...
by Sylvia Carlson
Human beings need touch - to grow, to develop, to mature, to survive, to thrive...The reality is that it can be very alienating not to be touched. Perhaps this is why we, particularly in the West, seek out what Diane Ackerman (1990) calls professional touchers such as hairdressers, cosmeticians, estheticians and massage therapists...
Massage & Bodywork
by Milan Perry
Detoxing for weight loss before your wedding may seem like the best thing to do to drop weight quick. But you have to ask yourself is it safe for you do long term.
Celebrities are always boasting about some juice cleanse that enabled them to get into a slim and trim body dropping all visible signs of fat exposing lean muscle mass. Perhaps you won’t get the lean muscle unless you actually do weight training but being slimmer is definitely what you will accomplish...
A Note from ATH Supervising Editor, Sherri Carter: Milan is a former editor with ATH. She has a fabulous website full of great professional insight, along with offering her services. One of these is her 11 Day Detox program. Whether it's your wedding, special occasion or even the upcoming holidays, get yourself ready to "cleanse, rebuild, and boost your energy levels" and who couldn't use some extra energy, especially during this time of year!
by Michael Wolfstar
1. The fourth of seven Uranus-Pluto squares takes place on the 1st, marking the midpoint of this revolutionary, transformative cycle. Individuals with key planets at 8º - 10º range of the cardinal signs are the most likely to be experiencing breakdowns or breakthroughs. Those who have built reliable and authentic structures (professional roles, solid relationships) may expect positive developments and discoveries, while those standing on shaky ground may have to start over...
by Mary Ellen Coulter MD, CCH
Anxiety, which seems to be increasingly prevalent, affects approximately 40 million Americans. Of these, 6 million have been diagnosed with panic disorder, anxiety that is more severe, frequent and difficult to control. The more common symptoms of palpitations, light-headedness or dizziness, nausea and a feeling of impending doom, are common and may not help with the selection of a specific homeopathic treatment...
Editor's Note: Mary Ellen presents the distinguishing features of 9 homeopathic remedies for acute episodes of anxiety or panic attacks. As always, if these symptoms recur and are hindering a person's wellbeing, he or she needs to consult a professional homeopath for constitutional treatment which can be highly effective.
from LD online.org
The good news about learning disabilities is that scientists are learning more every day. Their research provides hope and direction.
If parents, teachers, and other professionals discover a child's learning disability early and provide the right kind of help, it can give the child a chance to develop skills needed to lead a successful and productive life...
Editor's Note: This is Part 2 of a 6 part series on Learning Disablities. Read part 1: What is a Learning Disability?.
by Bliss Cavanagh
1. What was the inspiration for Sensory Delight?
Drawn from my personal experience of living with Tourette syndrome, Sensory Delight marks the professional development from my Bachelor of Fine Art Honours work ‘Sensory Overload...
Editor's Note from Karen Adler: I LOVE Bliss Cavanagh's story! As both an art therapist and an artist, I view her use of art and the creative process to deal with her Tourette syndrome, as a profound validation of the power of art to heal and enlighten. Her story is a perfect example of mythologist Joseph Campbell's Hero's Journey - a descent to her deeper self, her return bearing gifts and knowledge of benefit to both herself and the wider community. Bliss's transformation via art is also a story of self-acceptance, of learning to use and work with her Tourrette's rather than continually trying to 'fix' herself of something that has emerged, via her art, as her greatest gift.
Arts & Art Therapy
by Marc Gravelle
Do you know anyone, a friend, family member, co-worker or acquaintance who considers himself or herself a perfectionist? If so, have you ever noticed that they seem somewhat edgy, on guard or perhaps demanding?
We live in a very competitive world and it is important to have high personal and professional standards. However, when a person’s standard or goal is perfection, they may not realize that they are setting themselves up to experience more frustration, anxiety, and disappointment than is necessary. The goal of perfection is unrealistic...
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