Wednesday , October 21 2020

Health, Healing & Wellness

Meditate for Peace Every Day

Column: Yoga From My Experience by Cynthia Gran “Imagine all the people living life in peace. You may say I’m a dreamer; But I’m not the only one. I hope some day you’ll join us. And the world will live as one.” Imagine, John Lennon Mir. Pokoj. Kapayapaan. Shalom. Frieden. …

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Dancing with your Dark Horse

Dancing with your Dark Horse by Blair McKissock, MSEd, RYT Winter is nearly here.  The signs are all around us, and inside of us.  Nature is signaling the change with the bare trees, cloudy days, and breezy coolness.  Internally, our bodies are craving rich foods, warm beds, and lots of sleep.  Not …

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Body Image and Recovering the Ego

 By Romina Vintila Looking at ourselves…what is it all about? The oracle of Delphi’s famous saying “Know thyself” comes to mind. So how do we know ourselves, without constantly analyzing, being hyper aware and critical of ourselves in the process? The notion of self-love can be taken to extremes in …

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Can We Save All By Saving Half?

Can We Save All By Saving Half? By Blair McKissock, MSEd, RYT On a recent trip to Georgia, I noticed how much land is for sale, being developed, or was developed with obvious new construction.  The recovery of our economy has fueled massive growth in the housing and development economy. …

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Silent Surrender

Silent Surrender by Cynthia Gran Column: Yoga From My Experience “Help me Lord, please to rise a little higher. Help me Lord, please to burn out this desire.” Hear Me Lord, George Harrison Recently I went on a silent meditation retreat. I’ve practiced meditation for years, but never had a chance …

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The Ayurvedic Body Types

The Ayurvedic Body Types by Romina Vintila Ayurveda is the Indian medicinal system and way of life that has been around for at least 2000 years if not more. It is considered a lifestyle, really for it pervades all aspects of one’s life. In Ayurveda, the approach to health is a …

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Fighting an Invisible Threat

Fighting an Invisible Threat by Phyllis Light How do you know that you are being energetically damaged on a daily basis, when you can’t see what’s hitting you?  How do you know that you are aging faster or getting weaker over time, when you can’t see anything bombarding you?  We …

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Balance Your Yin & Yang Energy Through Qi Gong

By James McNeil, Richard Baron, Dr. Iris Seeley An 85 year old man walks out into the middle of a city park and begins to do a strange form of movement.  As you watch he demonstrates an unusual spryness and uncharacteristic flexibility for someone his age. A dance-like pattern begins to …

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