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by Sandra Ingerman

I started practicing shamanism in 1980 and my own personal practice led me to explore with the spirits the issue of reversing environmental pollution.  One of the most important messages I was to receive over my twenty years of journeying on this was it is who we become that changes the world and our environment not what we do...


Editor's Note: Read Part 1 of this series, Shamanism: A Brief Overview, and Part 2: Soul Retrieval: How Shamans Heal Trauma.




by Sandra Ingerman

It is believed that whenever we suffer an emotional or physical trauma a piece of our soul flees the body in order to survive the experience. The definition of soul that I am using is soul is our essence, life force, the part of our vitality that keeps us alive and thriving...


Editor's Note: Read Part 1 of this series, Shamanism: A Brief Overview.



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

As a society, we have been collectively traumatised continually throughout our past and most recent history. Our history echoes out to us, even whilst our future beckons. Speaking from the darkness into the light, a stark voice cries out crisply. Haruko Murakami writes,    “And once the storm is over, you won't remember how you made it through...

Editor's Note from David Arenson: According to the Cuna Indians who live on the San Blas islands off the coast of Panama, a part of the soul flies away whenever a person experiences a serious trauma. As a society, we have been collectively traumatised continually throughout our past and most recent history. Our history echoes out to us. The sculptures of our world begin as dreams; it is our mind that brings to us what we have. It is the creation of the mind we see in our world. Our very destiny is being carved by the wisdom of our actions right now – do we keep going as usual, turn around and go backwards, or chart a new enlightened course?


Sacred Living


by Brant Pedersen DC , CCSP

Life is a learning experience. Stressors abound and especially during our early years we have a tendency towards accidents and trauma. First learning to walk, then going up and down stairs, and starting to ride a bike... scabs and bruises were likely a part of your childhood. Part of youth is learning the limits of what our bodies can and cannot do.



Editor's note from Elizabeth Wisniewski: Have you ever left the chiropractor's office and thought to yourself, "wow, I never realized those two things were related but it makes sense and I feel so much better"?This frequently happens to many chiropractic patients because chiropractors address and correct the root cause of health concerns. In this article Dr. Brant Pedersen tells his story of falling out a window when he was young, struggling with some health concerns as a teenager and then finally receiving chiropractic care and nutritional advice that changed his life. It made such a profound impression that he decided to become a chiropractor himself, so that he can  help others optimize their lives.


by Abbey Denaro BS, CPT, Chiropractic Intern

Why would a child need to see a chiropractor? Children are healthy and should not have any pain, right? Children do not have years of bad posture imparting unnecessary pressure on their spine. They do not have stress from a ten-hour workday that gives them tension headaches, as do some adults...


Editor's Note from Elizabeth Wisniewski: In this article Chiropractic Intern Abbey Denaro discusses the importance of chiropractic care for children. People often think that pediatric patients do not need chiropractic care when in fact the birthing process alone can be extremely traumatic on the child's spine and central nervous system. This article provides information on why you should have your child's spine evaluated for subluxations and how children may benefit from chiropractic adjustments.



by Dr. Elizabeth Wisniewski, DC, ATH Co-Editor of Chiropractic

& Tom Rezabek, Chiropractic Intern

There are three ways that vertebral subluxations can occur in the spine . These are trauma, toxins and negative thoughts (autosuggestions). Traumas can range from being in a car accident in which a person experiences a whip lash injury to something that seems minor like every day wear and tear through repetitive motions of daily life...

Editor's Note from Elizabeth Wisniewski: No matter how big or small the trauma the body will protect its self from further injury by creating a grid like matrix in the soft tissue structures which ultimately leads to shortening of the muscles. The increased muscle tension can cause vertebra to be pulled out of alignment causing segmental dysfunction. Chiropractic adjustments can help restore proper function to the spine and therefore the nervous system is able to flow freely and the body can function at a more optimal level.



by Natalia Iwanyckyj

With appropriate and prompt treatment, traumas can be healed before they imprint on the living matrix of our body.

Thus, crystallization of the trauma in tissues and organs will not become an additional health problem to be dealt with later. This article discusses homeopathic first aid for common injuries...


Editor's Note from Sima Ash: In this article Natalia Iwanyckyj gives clear, simple and helpful guidance to successfully treat first aid injuries with some of the most common homeopathic remedies. Her description is easy to learn and quick to apply. 



by Lorraine Mangione, PhD and Donna DiCello, PsyD

Healing from a significant loss or trauma can take many forms and can last over time.  Losing a parent, a person who gave us life, can impact us on a primal level and influence who we are in several spheres, such asemotionally, intellectually, spiritually, socially, physically, culturally and interpersonally...

Editor's Note from Janet Gillett: Daughters, Dads, and the Path through Grief: Tales from Italian America was a finalist in the 2014 Foreword Reviews INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards in the category of grief and was a finalist for the USA Book News Awards for 2014 in the Health: Death and Dying category.


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