by Tracee Dunblazier, GC-C, CCDC
Two times in my life during profound transformation, the Bear has come to me in a dream. The first, when I began working as a spiritual empath. The first three years were the most intense; I barely slept and rarely went outside. My inner world was rich with new knowledge and experience but my body was wrought with fatigue...
Intuition & Symbols
by David Pratt, LMT, BA
It is easy to assume Breema is just bodywork when we see photo- graphs of practitioner and recipient moving in perfect ease and balance. If you’ve already received a treatment, you probably know what a transformational effect it can have. However, Breema is more succinctly a practical teaching including bodywork, self-bodywork and nine universal principles, supporting recipients and students to have the experience of bringing mind, body and feelings into harmony...
Author's Note: “There’s not an artificial way of doing Breema that has to be over-come,” said Jon Schreiber, Director of the Breema Center, when I talked to him for this article. This new way of using the mind and body provides us with profound support to experience that freedom really is in this moment. Breema helps us again and again to move from complication to simplicity. When we have a taste of that, it is clear that this is what we have been searching for.
Massage & Bodywork
Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: Aruna Kathy Humphrys is very experienced in teaching children yoga. She provides a simplistic blueprint for the ways yoga has inspired and helped children in schools, deal with divorce and emotional traumas. Children's yoga is a great holistic option for well-being.
Family & Parenting
by David G. Arenson, ND,
ATH Co-Editor of Sacred Living
You deserve to achieve your dreams. Most people who consult with me are seeking increased happiness or more fulfillment. Some have achieved financial wealth, yet yearn for spiritual wealth. Some do yoga but can't seem to get ahead in their careers...
Editor´s Note from David Arenson: You deserve to achieve your dreams and live an extraordinary life. Here are 5 questions to ask yourself in order to get there. A must-read for anyone looking for insights for peak performance, transformation and improvement.
Jerry Wennstrom is a New York born artist who after producing a large body of work, at age 29 set out to discover the rock-bottom truth of his life. For years he questioned the limits of his creative life as a studio painter. After destroying all of his art and giving away everything he owned, Jerry began a life of unconditional trust, allowing life to provide all that was needed. He lived this way for 15 years.
This interview, given by Marié Sakai, ATH Co-Editor of Arts & Art Therapy, explores with Jerry why he destroyed his work and how that act changed his life, his art, and his relationship with himself and the world - and how his story has captured the hearts and imaginations of a generation.
This conversation is not to be missed... by coming into contact with Jerry and his soul-lived wisdom you could be moved to begin a transformation of your own.
Editor's Note from Barbara Lazarony: Join Tina Games as she shares her intimate story, through eyes as a new mother, as she comes face to face with life's challenges. She warmly speaks about her relationship with the moon, and how she noticed the 'lunar goddess' can mirror our lives as we travel through darkness to the bright light of transformation. She also shares about her book and card deck to help you discover your full moon within.
Writing & Poetry Therapy
Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: Spring is Kapha Season! With all the beautiful transformation of Nature's budding flowers and plants, comes pollen and other allergens that may create allergies in those of us who have not optimized our digestion...
Editor's Note from David Pratt: Eckart Tolle's description of the "pain body" helps us dis-identify from our reactive emotional patterns that sometimes lie dormant and at other times can seem to take a person over. Meditation helps us cultivate the space that lets us slowly see that we are not this pain body. In the light of Consciousness, the pain body can be clearly seen as an insubstantial phantom. This can take time, and the accompanying video fits - a gradual transformation of mountains, flowers and trees from winter to spring.
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