by Kimberly Knapp MA, LPC
I am a Psychology Instructor at two colleges, and I teach how to record, interpret, and understand dreams in the classroom. The students have a wonderful time analyzing their dreams, and we usually maintain an active discussion filled with curiosity.
Dreams are our communication with our inner mind, and allow us to understand ourselves through the use of symbols called the Universal Language of Mind. We are all connected in subconscious mind...
by Donna Jacobs Sife
Personal stories – when teachers tell stories about themselves as children, or as fallible adults, apart from building an intimacy between themselves and their students, their students can also often feel safe to admit to their own fallibilities and internal struggles, particularly if the anecdotes and memories are those of a struggle, a misunderstanding or a reaction to living in a diverse society...
Editor's Note from Michael Williams: The value of storytelling for diversity and cross-cultural education cannot be overestimated. Storytelling can build relationships, develop empathy and understanding of cultures, develop language, connect with traditions, heal grievances, impart values and ethics, and speak of difficult things in a safe and accessible way.
by Michelle Lazar, MA, MT-BC
Rhythm acts as an“entrainment” stimulus to cue patterned movements such as walking. Additionally, pitch patterns can simulate and cue spatial positions, while harmonic patterns cue force and strength. Read more for classroom-tested tips to help your students tune in...
Music Therapy & Sound Healing
Editor's Note from Carolyn White: Does Reiki offer practical, energetic relief from stress? How does a Reiki session work? What are some additional benefits available from the practice of Reiki? In this program, Torrance CitiCable interviews Lucia Galante Johnson, CEO and founder of the Reiki Center in Torrance, CA. Lucia relates how Reiki transformed her life's work from the corporate world to creating a safe space to teach and share this traditional form of Japanese energy work. Lucia, associate practitioners and students share the flow of a session and provide insights into what the Reiki experience "is."
by Jaime Tanna
Many people are being drawn to learning about healing modalities such as Reiki because it promotes self-awareness and helps them to find a sense of balance and perspective. With daily practice of simple energetic techniques and clear intent, Reiki students find they are able to relax, detaching from the moment to moment pressures of the outer world...
Editor’s Note: Jaime Tanna is a London-based Reiki Master whose road to Reiki was as much a spiritual one as a physical one. This article covers the challenges in finding our purpose and our inner power and how Reiki can help get us in touch with it.
Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski: I love the sound healing work of Tom Kenyon. He is so distinctive and very deep. Not for everyone. Some of my students get unsettled when listening. For me... his work is a go-to when I want to achieve a very connected, spiritual meditation. So, close your eyes, calm your mind and listen...
by Melanie Channell
Asst. Editor of Energy Medicine
Chios (pronounced chee’ ohss) Energy Healing is a fairly new healing art that works to correct energetic defects and helps restore the auric field to its natural healthy state. Chios works to restore the body’s energy system using special tools and techniques that work on the chakras and higher layers of the aura...
Editor's Note from Melanie Channell: Chios Energy Healing is a powerful energy healing modality that offers both the healer and the recipient of the energy many remarkable benefits. Students fall in love with Chios because they can literally see and sense the energy working while they’re performing a healing.
by Mary K. Greer
15 The Devil
The right hand of the Devil is raised to the sky, the left points to the earth. Two persons are under him. He holds the torch as a sign of black magic. Fate, Shadow, emotion...
Editor's Note: This is the second half of simple notes made by one of Carl Jung's students as he dictated a description of each card in the Major Arcana. There's a bit about the 4 suits and Mary's take on how they relate to Jung's four personality types. The introduction and Jung's description of cards 1-14 is on ATH here.
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