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Editor's Note: Have you listened the different voices you use in your everyday life?  Or even paid attention to the unique qualities to the voices that you hear inside your head?  John Kent shares a simple practice here to help you listen the the voices in an entirely new way.

 

PsychoSpiritual


by Alex Duncan, PhD

Ayurveda includes fasting amount its preventative and curative therapies. Fasting from food or “Kshut” in Sanskrit helps to pacify aggravated Doshas (biological principles governing movement, transformation and cohesion), increase and balance Agni (digestive enzymes), purify the body of toxins, wastes, dead cells etc. Fasting can be used for maintenance (for example day-long fasts once a week or so) or for cure (stronger longer lasting fasts)...

 

Editor´s Note from Julie Cerrato: An incredibly timely discussion on fasting and Ayurveda is provide by instructor Alex Duncan. Fasting as a means of cleansing the body is often performed in early fall and springtime along with the season change. It is known to pacify aggravated doshas, stimulate agni, and rid the body and mind of waste and toxins...

 

Ayurveda


by Jeni James

The fact is, none of us are a lost cause and it is never too late to transform our lives into exactly what is desired. Yes, it will take effort and awareness to heal old wounds if they should arise. However, if merely a new alignment needs to be shaped from something already strong, there is a foundation for transformation...

 

 

Yoga


 

Note: In "Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation," Michael Pollan explores the previously uncharted territory of his own kitchen. Here, he discovers the enduring power of the four classical elements—fire, water, air, and earth— to transform the stuff of nature into delicious things to eat and drink.

 

Holistic Nutrition


by Peter Fenner

A question that frequently, and naturally, arises in any type of transformational work is, “How will this change me?” “Will I be more effective?” “Will I suffer less?...

 

Editor's note from J. Stewart Dixon: You need to get real about what spiritual awakening will provide for you in order to welcome it fully into your life. Peter says this much more eloquently in the article below.

 

Meditation


by David G. Arenson, ND
ATH Co-Editor of Sacred Living

What is our true nature?

We come to experience wholeness by opening ourselves, revealing the flower within. Let peace begin with me.

 

Transformation starts with looking in the mirror at the self. It can be no other way. Simply put, taking responsibility for everything that appears in one's life, is the starting point...

 

Editor's Note from David Arenson: What is our true nature? Zen teaches us acceptance of all that is. In this acceptance, we allow ourselves to be compassionate for all things. When we feel lost,” our soul has not gone off track. It's more likely that we are totally on course and coming closer than ever to personal transformation. We come to experience wholeness by opening ourselves - “As you live deeper in the heart, the mirror gets clearer and cleaner” (Rumi) Our true nature is infinity.

 

Sacred Living


Interviewed by Sue O'Callahan,

Co-Editor of Sacred Living

Sonia Choquette

Hello everyone! This is Sherri Carter, supervising editor for All Things Healing. Thank you so much for joining us. With me today is Sue O’Callahan, our co-editor in sacred living who will be interviewing our guest, Sonia Choquette who is a globally celebrated spiritual teacher, six sensory consultant, and transformational visionary guide. Her book is The Answer is Simple and it is a New York Times best seller. So now I would like to turn the conversation over to Sue.

 

"Spiritual awakening is when we begin to recognize and get back in touch with our authentic self as opposed to living our life through the lens of the emotional and mental confusion of our ego..."

 

 

Sacred Living


by Mary Alice Long, PhD

Analytical psychology at its core emphasizes the process of individuation, a life-long process of transformation. Each of us is unique and called to grow in maturity through a process of psychic integration. How can we explore and expand our creativity in the process of individuating?...


Editor's Note from Susan de Wardt: Seattle based Jungian therapist provides poetry and prompts to expand creativity and the process of self-discovery.

 

Writing & Poetry Therapy


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