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Family Constellations—Healing Inherited Traumas

By Ana Maria Cardoso, PhD Did you know that we inherit traumas from our ancestors? Just as we inherit physical characteristics such as eye color and blood type, we also inherit the emotions from traumatic events that have happened in our families. These unresolved traumas from our family systems are affecting us today in ways… Read more »

From Needing Healing to Being the Healer

By Ty at Ener-ChiWellness In the past, I was a circus/variety arts performer (in the big city). My life experience gave me very little real-world knowledge of subtle energies, healing, and the spiritual/metaphysical world. I did not expect that the universe was completely different from what mainstream America teaches its people. After many years of… Read more »

Blue Sun-Red Sun-A New Civilization

Jack Allis
Jack Allis

Creating the New World According to the Ancient Wisdom What Forces Must Come into Play? What Part Do You Play? By Jack Allis Few topics are more important than changing the world. It’s a wonder we don’t hear people talk about it more. One of the obvious reasons is that most people believe the world… Read more »

Book Reviews for Autumn of 2017

Book-Media Reviews
Book-Media Reviews

Lotus Guide Book Reviews Are Carefully & Thoughtfully Selected The Secret to Long Life in Your DNA: The Beljanski Approach to Cellular Health By Hervé Janecek, PhD ISBN-13: 978-1-59477-259-7 (Healing Arts Press, 2009) I am absolutely delighted to see that more and more doctors are thinking out of the “tiny box” the academic world locks… Read more »

The Magic of the Hollow Bone

Jim Redtail
Jim Redtail

By Jim Redtail Collins, PhD In the wisdom teachings of the Lakota, it is said that our primary “spiritual” task is to become as a “hollow bone.” This teaching is embodied symbolically in the eagle bone whistle—a whistle carved from the wing bone of an eagle—worn by Sun Dancers and medicine people. It is chiefly… Read more »

Interview With Marianna Love

   An Interview with Marianna Love Her Life, Her Art, and Her Passion for Teaching It’s not uncommon for me to write an introduction about someone we’ve interviewed; in fact, it’s fairly easy … usually. As I sit here I’m realizing that there’s no way to summarize the lifetime of achievements of this amazing woman… Read more »

Wild-Crafted Summer Remedies

By Fiona Allergy Tincture Humans constantly adapt to their environment but our bodies ultimately reflect allergic symptoms as our adaptation reaches its limit. The eyes become itchy as the pollen levels rise and a runny nose continually works to move invading allergens from the nasal cavities. Chest congestion and a dry cough also indicate that… Read more »

Paradise ROCKS!

By Jennifer C. Swiger “Welcome to Paradise ROCKS! Because it does and so do you!” That’s how I greet my customers. It usually gets a chuckle. My name is Jennifer Swiger, owner of Paradise ROCKS!, the newest and coolest rock shop in Butte County where I sell rocks, crystals, fossils, minerals, art, jewelry, and gifts.… Read more »

Normalization and Our Ability to Adapt

By Rahasya Poe Throughout our evolution as a human species we have survived because of this uncanny ability we have to adapt to our environment, which up until now has been an important factor in our survival. But I would like to bring up something that many of us have never thought of. What if… Read more »

Tired of Being Tired?

By Dr. Patrick Giammarise, DC, IHS   If you find yourself being tired all the time, maybe it has something to do with your blood-sugar control. In fancier terms, that means your glucose levels may be fluctuating. Glucose, a simple sugar, is essential for life and energy. Glucose enters our circulatory system and gets transported… Read more »