Category: Education and Counseling

Breath of Life

Breath of Life-Susan
Breath of Life-Susan

Biodynamic Craniosacral Foundations and Practices   By Mary Louise Muller Ed., RCST®, RPP  Learn to be a more effective, efficient and gentle practitioner. Learn to use the foundations of biodynamic craniosacral therapy to encourage healing and self-regulation of the body as a whole.   Continuing Education for Nurses, Massage Therapists, and Acupuncturists Craniosacral therapy is… Read more »

Food as Sacred

Food Is Scred-Pamm Larry
Food Is Scred-Pamm Larry

By Pamm Larry Do you know where your dinner came from? Who did you buy it from: an anonymous corporation that creates pesticides as part of its portfolio or someone you know who grows organically? How did the grower treat the soil and water while it grew? Did the seeds come from someone who saved… Read more »

Witnessing My Shadow Self

Aeray
Aeray

By Aeray Lumm   My “spiritual journey” began in my 20s and consumed every part of my mental/emotional awareness. I was more committed to my “path” than to anything else in life. What I didn’t realize, however, was that my devotion was driven by the unconscious belief that I wasn’t good enough. That I needed… Read more »

Ionized Alkaline Water

good water store
good water store

Optimize Your Health and Vitality with Ionized Alkaline Water By Phyllis Humber   Clarity comes to mind as we step on into the New Year. Knowing where we stand is vital while navigating today’s waters of extreme change. As we stretch forward to embrace the fresh energy of 2018, we cannot help but think about… Read more »

Fat-Burning as a Tool

By Dr. Deborah Penner, DC   As of this writing, I have been in clinical practice for 32 years—32 years of listening to people’s health concerns and seeking answers to the big questions of systemic health. An old saying goes, “Truth drops like a stone.” In this article I am talking about a nutritional truth… Read more »

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 »

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 »

Animals Have Allergies Too

By Vickie Van Scyoc, RN, and Mark Light, MD   Animals can develop allergies just as people can and to many of the same substances. These allergies can have a severe impact on their health, well-being, and comfort. Their immune systems respond to an allergen, seeing it as foreign and causing a reaction. Reactivity can… Read more »

Stop Stress and Achieve Goals through Hypnotherapy

By Julia Ferré Every time John attempts to go to the eighth floor (or higher) in a tall building, he sweats and his heart races. He feels nervous, nauseated, and has trouble breathing. He wonders if there is a way to deal with the anxiety so he can get to those top levels. Andrew enjoys… Read more »

The Skill of Happiness

By Jim Redtail Collins How you see the world determines what you see. And how you see it is determined by the memories that you have accumulated, and what you believe to be true, based on those experiences. What do you believe to be true? You probably think that your memories are real, and you… Read more »