by Dr. Debbie Walhof
I would like to share some wonderful resources to help educate parents, teachers and the community on the topic of learning disabilities...
Editor's Note from Cynthia Lindner: Dr. Jo Anne Bishop and myself, as narrator, review childhood issues that hypnotherapy can be useful for and explain what a parent can expect during a hypnotherapy session for their child. The last minute of the video is a tutorial on using resources for finding a qualified hypnotherapist at www.APMHA.com which you are free to watch or skip.
Editor's Note: "Mom was right, eat your vegetables" according to Jasmin Singer, writer, activist and co-founder of OurHenHouse.org. In this video, Singer proclaimed transition to a vegan diet is not that difficult. There is a vegan version of every meat product out there. Also, Singer recommends to foster your community and tap into online resources when in transition. According to Singer, there is plenty of guidance out there for budding vegans. It is shocking how affordable, accessible and delicious it is to go vegan.
by Llyn Roberts
Ipupiara, whose name translates to “Fresh Water Dolphin”, was born into the indigenous Ureu-eu-wau-wau – the “People of the Stars” – when the tribe numbered 2,400 in 1943. Because their Amazon rainforests contain minerals, oil, and precious resources the Ureu-eu-wau-wau have been severely exploited during Ipupiara’s lifetime and only 42 survive...
Editor's Note from Peter Clark: Llyn Roberts was a long time friend of Ipupiara Peixoto. She had many amazing experiences with him, and this article recounts one of deep spiritual connection and shamanic healing. Ipu, also known as Bernardo Peixoto, was a multi-talented man whose impact was/is/will be felt in countless lives. A double PhD, speaker of many languages, consultant to the Smithsonian Institute, shamanic ambassador bridging several cultures, educator and healer, Ipu was cofounder of Native Cultural Alliance, an organization dedicated to the preservation and sharing of native cultures and wisdom.
by Michelle Pietrzak Wegner
Many of my students, clients and colleagues have been asking more and more about books and resources to help quench their thirst for knowledge and help propel their spiritual journey forward. This is just scratching the surface, but here are a few books that have helped me along the way...I hope in some way they speak to some of you...
Editor's Note from Vasilena Toneva: Autumn is a wonderful time to curl up with a great book. This article gives some great suggestions that can deepen your journey along the path of yoga.
by Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten,
ATH Asst. Editors of Family & Parenting
Parenting is not always easy. It comes with triumphs and tribulations. We wouldn't trade it for anything in the world. We were born to be parents. It definitely wasn't always easy, even as our children get older it's not always easy. Once a parent, always a parent...
Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: Over the past few years through building our online parenting community we have built some great friendships with other authors. We wanted to provide parents with a list of resources you can use to assist you on your conscious parenting path. These authors write about a variety of topics: autism, connecting with nature, soul-to-soul parenting, alignment and joyful parenting. We even share an elementary teacher who believes in teaching children tools that will help them speak their inner truth and believe in themselves.
Family & Parenting
by Gary E. Schwartz
Reviewed by Marjorie Tietjen
Many today are greatly concerned about the allopathic medical system, it's monopoly and the control it seems to have over us. Despite what appears to be advanced medical care, the population is more disease ridden than ever before. A growing number of citizens feel it is time to take back control of one of our most intimate resources... our health...
Books for Healing
by Natasha Thomas
There are many things in our everyday world that can bring pain: extreme temperatures and overworked muscles alone can make quite the combination! In addition to eating well, staying hydrated, and exercising regularly, there are some things you can do musically to alleviate pain and facilitate rest and relaxation...
Editor's Note from Bernice Chu: How can we use music to replenish our own resources? Natasha Thomas writes curiously about the different aspects of music listening and making, and how one may use this to restore oneself. This has certainly encouraged me to explore and re-visit my own musical resources.
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