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by Pete A. Sanders, Jr.

Metaphysical philosophers believed the seat of Psychic Vision was an area in the forehead. They called this the third eye. This forehead/third-eye region is in fact the Vision Psychic Reception Area. Many religions anoint or decorate that forehead area in baptismal or other blessing rituals. Many schools of meditation tell their students to focus their thoughts there and visualize an image or scene...

 

Editor's Note from Sophia Hansen: Pete Sanders, Jr.'s article does a wonderful job at making intuition applicable and no-nonsense.  He describes in biological terms how our physical vision has been fully developed through the years and our psychic vision hasn't.  He describes that our psychic vision is only dormant and all we need to do is reawaken it.  Mr. Sanders shares simple exercises that will help awaken your psychic vision to connect with your intuitive abilities "on command.

 

Intuition & Symbols


by Monika Haas

The discussion about the perils of ingesting essential oils dates back to the beginning of Modern Aromatherapy in the early 1970s. How do we know what is right for us? Before we can decide, we need to take a look at the various schools of thought in aromatherapy: the British, the French and the Californian/American...

 

 

Aromatherapy


 

Editor's Note from Brooke Nisbet: A peaceful private school in Iowa that incorporates mindfulness, yoga and transcendental meditation as an integral and required part of every day. This schools shows measured success in lowered student stress, better tests scores, more creativity and much more. Have a look to find out more! Namaste!

 

Yoga


by Nick Farrell

While Tarot is famous for being used for divination, its use as a spiritual tool is written much less about. This is somewhat strange as the great occult schools of the 20th century, such as the Golden Dawn and Builders of the Adytum used tarot less for divination and more for spiritual development...

 

 

Tarot


by Dana Layon

Everyone is doing it – this thing called yoga. Doctors are prescribing it as a natural therapy to reduce stress; physical therapists are recommending it to help patients rehabilitate; personal trainers are suggesting it as a complementary activity to cardio and weight training and schools are offering it as an elective in physical education courses – learning to balance the mind, body and spirit.



Simply put, yoga means “union” – uniting breath and movement, uniting mind and body – being present in every moment – not thinking about the next.

 

Yoga


by Lynda Martin,
ATH Co-Editor of Tarot

Rows 1 and 2 symbolized the development of mental and emotional attributes. From this comes the stability to encounter spiritual challenges. As the aspirant experiences deeper experiences of the infinite/eternal, the strengths developed in the earlier stages provide channels for inner insights to transform outer life...

 

Editor´s Note from Lynda Martin: This article is the fourth in a series about how to use Tarot to deeply study wisdom teachings designed to develop spiritually whole human beings. Row 3 of the teaching spread used for generations (see the overview in the Teaching Spread article) is finally about focused spiritual growth. In ancient schools, aspirants were required to develop skills and stability of mind (Row 1) and heart (Row 2) before being admitted to the deeper studies.

 

Tarot


by Jonci Jensen, ND

One of the women I learned from is named Cascade Anderson Geller, she has helped to create the herbal medicine training at three of the accredited naturopathic medical schools. Cascade has been teaching people about “produce aisle medicine” lately and I thought you all might also appreciate the teachings.

 

Editor's Note: Dr. Jensen gives some great self-care tips in this article about poultices. Almost makes me want to go out and injure myself so I can try some of these!



Naturopathy


 

New York is a city notoriously short on space, but rooftop farming is on the rise.

While the practice is currently an environmental rather than a financial trend, meet "Bright Farm Systems" a company that specializes in providing rooftop farms to schools, non- profits and corporations.  They are banking on that the cost savings will soon be a real incentive.

 

Think Green


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