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  • Do You Grind Your Teeth? The Reason Why May Surprise You

    Excellent Ways: Life Hacks Extraordinaire
    Rebecca Gresch
    14 Feb 2015 | 7:09 am
    Has your dentist informed you that you grind your teeth? Does your jaw ache when you wake up each morning? Many people suffer from this problem (officially know as bruxism), and they don't know why. Dental devices don't solve the issue. They only deal with the symptom. A mouth guard will prevent you from grinding your teeth at night, but the underlying problem will still exist. So what's causing this? The answer is surprisingly simple: magnesium deficiency. Don't feel bad. A large percentage of the population is deficient in magnesium. We get this mineral from green, leafy…
  • Official at Fla. spa Ont. girls attended ordered to stop practising medicine

    ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE - Yahoo News Search Results
    26 Feb 2015 | 5:23 am
    The director of a Florida health spa was ordered to stop practising medicine after a concerned citizen filed a complaint about an alternative cancer therapy two aboriginal girls received from the spa. The Florida Department of Health sent a letter earlier this month to Brian Clement of the Hippocrates Health Institute, saying it has "probable cause" to believe he is practising medicine without a ...
  • Childbirth And HypnoBirthing – Is Fear Getting In The Way?

    Online Hypnosis MP3 Downloads By HypnoBusters
    Jon Rhodes
    15 Feb 2015 | 3:11 am
    When you change the way you view birth, the way you birth will change -Marie Mongan The topic of childbirth is a very interesting one. When you look at animals in the wild, serious complications during birth are incredibly rare, and are often referred to as a “freak accident”. The same SHOULD be for human […] The post Childbirth And HypnoBirthing – Is Fear Getting In The Way? appeared first on Online Hypnosis MP3 Downloads By HypnoBusters.
  • Spa official ordered to stop practising medicine

    ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE - Yahoo News Search Results
    27 Feb 2015 | 2:13 am
    TORONTO - The director of a Florida health spa was ordered to stop practising medicine after a concerned citizen filed a complaint about an alternative cancer therapy two aboriginal girls received from the spa.
  • Hepatitis C: A Focus on Dietary Supplements

    NCCIH Featured Content
    NCCAM
    26 Feb 2015 | 12:52 pm
    This fact sheet provides information on the effectiveness and risks of dietary supplements like milk thistle (silymarin) for hepatitis C, plus resources for more information.
 
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    NCCIH Featured Content

  • Hepatitis C: A Focus on Dietary Supplements

    NCCAM
    26 Feb 2015 | 12:52 pm
    This fact sheet provides information on the effectiveness and risks of dietary supplements like milk thistle (silymarin) for hepatitis C, plus resources for more information.
  • Media Advisory: Data on Children’s Use of Complementary Health Approaches

    NCCAM
    24 Feb 2015 | 1:33 pm
    What: The release of data from a nationwide government survey on American Children’s use of natural products such as melatonin, Echinacea, probiotics, as well as on the use of mind and body approaches such as yoga, chiropractic, massage, and meditation. The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will hold a webinar/telephone briefing to discuss the findings of the most recent reports from the National Health Interview Survey.
  • Nationwide study reports shifts in Americans’ use of natural products

    NCCAM
    19 Feb 2015 | 7:21 am
    Nationally representative survey shows shifts in Americans’ use of natural products (dietary supplements other than vitamins and minerals).
  • Children’s Use of Complementary Health Approaches

    NCCAM
    18 Feb 2015 | 9:06 am
    A new report based on data from the 2012 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS)* found that nearly 12 percent of children aged 4 to 17 years use complementary health approaches. Although this was not a significant change from the previous survey in 2007, there were significant increases in children’s use of yoga, fish oil, and melatonin. The complementary health approach most commonly used by children was natural products (dietary supplements other than vitamins and minerals) at almost one-quarter the adult rate (4.9 percent vs. 17.6 percent).
  • NCCIH Working Group Recommends Collaborative Pain Research in Military

    Josephine P. Briggs, M.D.
    13 Feb 2015 | 1:40 pm
    In this blog post, NCCIH Director Dr. Josephine Briggs discusses a report from a working group of NCCIH’s Advisory Council that recommends large-scale collaborative pain research to benefit military personnel and veterans.
 
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    BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine - Latest Articles

  • Xuesaitong injection as one adjuvant treatment of acute cerebral infarction: a systematic review and meta-analysis

    Xiaomeng Zhang
    26 Feb 2015 | 4:00 pm
    Background: Xuesaitong Injection (XST) is one of the most commonly used medicines for treating acute cerebral infarction (ACI) in China. However, compared to the conventional therapy with western medicines (WM), the effectiveness and safety of XST as an adjuvant treatment for ACI needs to be systematically reviewed. Methods: Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) comparing XST & WM with WM for treating ACI were included. Two reviewers independently extracted data. The Cochrane table of Risk of Bias was used to assess the quality of the included studies, and a meta-analysis was conducted…
  • Antioxidant, ¿-glucosidase inhibitory activity and sub-chronic toxicity of Derris reticulata extract: its antidiabetic potential

    Pakarang Kumkrai
    26 Feb 2015 | 4:00 pm
    Background: Antidiabetic activity of Derris reticulata extract on alloxan-induced diabetic rats has been reported. The extract was found to lower blood glucose and inhibit intestinal glucose absorption. The aim of this study was to further investigate mechanisms underlying the antihyperglycemic activity of D. reticulata extract in vitro. Methods: The aqueous extract was obtained from D. reticulata stem. Phytochemical screening, total phenolic, and flavanoid contents were examined. ABTS and DPPH scavenging assays, and FRAP method were used to determine in vitro antioxidant activities.
  • Anti-emetic mechanisms of zingiber officinale against cisplatin induced emesis in the pigeon; behavioral and neurochemical correlates

    Ihsan Ullah
    26 Feb 2015 | 4:00 am
    Background: Zingiber officinale (ZO, family Zingiberaceae) has been reported for its antiemetic activity against cancer chemotherapy induced emesis in animal models and in clinics. Current study was designed to investigate ZO for potential usefulness against cisplatin induced vomiting in pigeon and its effects on central and peripheral neurotransmitters involved in the act of vomiting. Methods: Zingiber officinale acetone fraction (ZO-ActFr) was investigated for attenuation of emesis induced by cisplatin in healthy pigeons. Neurotransmitters DA, 5HT and their metabolites DOPAC, HVA and 5HIAA…
  • Antitumor effect and apoptosis induction of Alocasia cucullata (Lour.) G. Don in human gastric cancer cells in vitro and in vivo

    Peng Wei
    25 Feb 2015 | 4:00 pm
    Background: Alocasia cucullata (Lour.) G. Don was applied in traditional Chinese medicine for the treatment of cancer in Chinese Southwest area. Its antitumor effect was scrutinized in vitro and in vivo. And for the first time, the mechanism of extract of A. cucullata (EAC) against human gastric cancer cell was well examined. Methods: To detect the most effective fraction, the antiproliferation efficacy of four fractions (namely derivatives by adding EAC to n-BuOH, petroleum ether, EtOAc and water until dissolve fully) against five cancer cell lines were screened by MTT assay. Among four…
  • Evaluation of the antibacterial activity of selected Pakistani honeys against multi-drug resistant Salmonella typhi

    Muhammad Hussain
    25 Feb 2015 | 4:00 pm
    Background: The development of resistance to conventional anti-typhoid drugs and the recent emergence of fluoroquinolone resistance have made it very difficult and expensive to treat typhoid fever. As the therapeutic strategies become even more limited, it is imperative to investigate non-conventional modalities. In this context, honey is a potential candidate for combating antimicrobial resistance because it contains a broad repertoire of antibacterial compounds which act synergistically at multiple sites, thus making it less likely that the bacteria will become resistant. The in vitro…
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    Chinese Medicine Central

  • The Yijing in Chinese Medicine Clinical Practice – Part 3

    Jonathan Edwards
    10 Feb 2015 | 4:14 pm
    Part 3 – The Everyday Oracle Welcome to the second installment of this article series on Divination in Clinical Practice. Read the first part here, and the second part here. Welcome to part three of this series on divination as clinical skill. This week we take a scenic detour from the Yijing: we’re going to practice some simple, live divinatory techniques that don’t require any specialized knowledge.    Why this hexagram-free detour?  In the Yijing there are 4,096 possible readings single-cast readings. If you then add in the multiple layers of meaning in each hexagram,…
  • Wuzhuyu 吳茱萸 pharmacological investigation fun!

    Eric Grey
    5 Feb 2015 | 11:22 am
    I’m working on something pretty exciting – an ebook to help people who are struggling to learn Chinese herbs. More on that later. As part of my writing process, I’ve been going back over old notes and term papers in an effort to recall the techniques that helped me learn Chinese herbs so well. It’s been a fun adventure. During that process, I unearthed a decent term paper I wrote about the misunderstood herb Wuzhuyu 吳茱萸 – Evodia ruticarpa. I use this herb on a fairly regular basis, particularly in the formulas Wenjing tang and Danggui sini jia wuzhuyu…
  • The Yijing in Chinese Medicine Clinical Practice – Part 2

    Jonathan Edwards
    30 Jan 2015 | 3:38 pm
    Part 2 – The First Two Hurdles to Successful Divination in the Clinic Welcome to the second installment of this article series on Divination in Clinical Practice. If you’re interested in reading the first part – all you have to do is click this link. Today we’ve got a little double-header. Last time we introduced the idea that divination, and in particular the Yijing, might be useful in the clinic. Not just useful, in fact, but potent and transformative, as the oracle itself suggested when we asked the Yi about its own clinical potential (Hexagrams 31 and 49). However,…
  • The Yijing in Chinese Medicine Clinical Practice – Part 1

    Jonathan Edwards
    23 Jan 2015 | 12:00 am
    Editor’s Note : This is the first in a series of posts by Jonathan Edwards about the use of the Yijing (I Ching) in Chinese medicine clinical practice. A new topic for the site – it should be an interesting read! Part 1: The Clinician’s Golden Compass Welcome to the first in a series of articles on applying the Yijing in clinical practice. For those not familiar, the Yijing (or I Ching) is an ancient Chinese oracle, or system of divination, with close ties to Classical Chinese Medicine. Speaking as it does in very compressed symbols, the oracle has a reputation for being hard to…
  • Why I spend all my time up to my eyeballs in Chinese medicine

    Eric Grey
    19 Jan 2015 | 12:00 pm
    There is no doubt that I spend the majority of my time everyday thinking about, studying, using and generally drowning myself in Chinese medicine. Don’t get me wrong – I do spend time and energy elsewhere. I love music. I garden. I hang out watching television and movies from time to time. I like to talk about the Portland food scene, and ethics and so on. But all of that just feeds my addiction to the universe of information I have devoted my life to – this particular way of looking at the earth, the heavens, and the human being in between. I am particularly passionate…
 
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    Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health

  • 15 Low Glycemic Index Foods Indian Diabetics Can Eat

    Sunaina Shenoy
    26 Feb 2015 | 10:30 pm
    The number of diabetics is continuously on the rise. More and more members of the younger generations are getting affected. It is important to know that though Diabetes does not have a cure it can be well managed. One major change diabetics got to make in their diet is to consume more of low index glycemic foods in […]The post 15 Low Glycemic Index Foods Indian Diabetics Can Eat appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
  • Vegan Diet, a Promise for Fibromyalgia Patients?

    Sunaina Shenoy
    26 Feb 2015 | 8:00 pm
    A study in US shows that vegan diet holds a lot of promise for fibromyalgia patients. A strict diet consisting of only grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts and tubers was shown to be helping people with fibromyalgia. This helped them manage their pain and improve their mobility. The research participants found it difficult to adjust to the […]The post Vegan Diet, a Promise for Fibromyalgia Patients? appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
  • 6 Ways to Improve Sperm Motility and Count Naturally

    Sunaina Shenoy
    25 Feb 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Actively trying for a baby? Problems conceiving? Once you’ve set your heart on bringing your bundle of joy to the world, having trouble conceiving can lead to very anxious times. In fact, the presence of couples unable to conceive is an increasingly common scenario these days. This could be due to the stressful and chaotic lifestyles […]The post 6 Ways to Improve Sperm Motility and Count Naturally appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
  • Is Bread A Healthy Choice?

    Shalini Attre
    25 Feb 2015 | 7:30 pm
    If you are fond of eating bread, think again. It is hard to resist mouth watering yummy sandwiches or burgers, isn’t it? Nutritionally, when you eat bread you consume empty calories. White bread or similar bakery products are devoid of fibre content and hardly contain any nutrients. They are full of carbs and add extra […]The post Is Bread A Healthy Choice? appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
  • Can Ayurveda Offer Hope in Receding Hair Line and Baldness?

    K V Aparna
    24 Feb 2015 | 10:30 pm
    The truth is bear in front of you! Above 50% of men suffer from thinning of hair or baldness. The percentage peaks to above 70% in older men and their female counterparts are not far behind. Are you one of them? What does hair loss mean? Every day, you find strands of hair on your comb, scrunchies […]The post Can Ayurveda Offer Hope in Receding Hair Line and Baldness? appeared first on Nirogam - The Natural Way to Health.
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    The New Science of Energy Healing

  • Give Me Context

    gia combs-ramirez
    19 Feb 2015 | 9:05 am
    Someone recently said to me, "The world needs to transform." My reply was...We ARE in transformation. The messy part of transformation, to be sure, but we are definitely transforming. This month's new moon (Feb 18th) culminates in the last of 7 Uranus/Pluto Squares, aka sudden and unexpected transformation. I woke up today with a desire [...]
  • Heaven on Earth

    gia combs-ramirez
    19 Jan 2015 | 12:12 am
    I admit it. I've been in a bit of a funk since the year began. I know my purpose and how I want to express it, but I seemed to have lost my inner connection to it. It's all felt just a bit like....marking time. I've been lost and going through the motions. How do I fit into [...]
  • Piscean Purpose vs Aquarian Purpose

    gia combs-ramirez
    30 Nov 2014 | 7:24 am
    I wrote about Purpose just 3 weeks ago (http://scienceofenergyhealing.com/its-all-about-purpose-these-days/) but now I want to talk about another important and significant shift for Old Souls who have perhaps been in their Purpose for a while. Before I dive in  with this new info let me explain my sense of Soul Purpose. Each and every Soul is unique in its design, [...]
  • Getting Ready for 2015

    gia combs-ramirez
    10 Nov 2014 | 10:23 am
    As I get ready for bringing in the information for my 2015: Mastering the New Energies class, I always start with re-reading the 2014 Energy Reading. It gets me oriented to what transformation I have achieved in the past year and what I might still need to accomplish in the next couple of months. It's a [...]
  • It's All About Purpose These Days

    giacr
    3 Nov 2014 | 6:39 am
    The number one question I get asked in my sessions with clients is, "What is my Purpose?" There's often a sense of anxiety with this question, that if they don't get it right...something bad will happen. Purpose is linked to the Universal human need of contribution. We actually need to know we are making a contribution to feel good [...]
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    The AMT The Guild of Energists

  • An Unexpected Outcome - Positive EFT Case Story

    23 Feb 2015 | 9:34 am
    In this Positive EFT case story, AMT Trainer Marion Hind uses the positive tapping technique to help a boy who is having problems settling in at a new school. This article was first featured in the Winter 2015 (Vol.2 No.1) edition of The Energist magazine. Read on for the full article...
  • Love EFT by Silvia Hartmann - Two Days To Go

    12 Feb 2015 | 4:37 am
    We are now just two days away from the release of AMT chairperson Silvia Hartmann's new book on tapping “Love EFT: Positive EFT for Love, Romance & Relationships” and all of us in the office are getting super excited. Read on for more information on the book and the launch...
  • For 2015, Make LOVE Your Goal! - An Energist Story

    10 Feb 2015 | 3:27 am
    In this energist story, AMT Chair and author of Energy EFT, Silvia Hartmann, describes how you can use Positive EFT and the power of positive energy to bring more LOVE into your life. This article was first featured exclusively in the Winter 2015 (Vol.2 No.1) edition of The Energist magazine. Read on for the full story...
  • Project Sanctuary To The Rescue! - An Energist Case Story

    4 Feb 2015 | 3:04 am
    In this energist case story, South African AMT Trainer Maryke Blom uses Project Sanctuary and Positive EFT to help a challenging young boy and his aspects. This article was first featured exclusively in the Winter 2015 (Vol.2 No.1) edition of The Energist magazine. Read on for the full article...
  • Forthcoming Live Trainings & Events - March 2015

    3 Feb 2015 | 4:38 am
    Have you been thinking about becoming a practitioner, or taking that extra course? Are your skills in need of a little polish or you want to learn what's new? Don't wait, book your place at an event in March today!  The AMT advertises up and coming Live Trainings and Events, so that you can say "Yes - I'm going to do it". Read on for details...
 
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    The Essential Herbal Blog

  • Spring is Going to Pop

    Tina Sams
    25 Feb 2015 | 2:54 pm
    Today I got tired of being trapped on the shoveled paths and driveway, and pulled on my snow boots to take my chances.  It was in the low 30's, so the icy crust softened enough to walk on without breaking my neck.There are a few losses.  The rosemaries gave up the battle a long time ago.  I expect most of the lavenders are dead, too.  It'll be a while before we know, but there are some things that were surprisingly alive.  I had to laugh when I looked at the horehound.  Usually nearly evergreen, this year only the tiniest bit at the very center of the plant shows…
  • This is Not Right (Feb '15)

    Tina Sams
    24 Feb 2015 | 8:27 am
    We live in a place with all 4 seasons.  I know winter.  This is not our typical winter.  Not even close, actually.  The last thing I remember doing for fun was a brunch in the very beginning of the month, and since then we've been sort of in survival mode.  Sure, I'm exaggerating a little bit - but not as much as I'd like.  We dash out between storms for provisions.  It took me 1/2 an hour to dig the trash can out so we could take it out to the road.A normal February would be cold, but there would be warmish days during which we could check on the witch…
  • Herb of the week: Peppermint

    Tina Sams
    18 Feb 2015 | 6:25 pm
    --> Chocolate mint with a bit of Heartease popping up to say hello!Peppermint has always been a great addition to food, medicines, and air fresheners. In the winter it can be added to your favorite hot cocoa and in the spring can be a great addition to any herbal tea.Peppermint has also been used medicinally in the U.S. since colonialism and throughout the rest of the world for thousands of years. Many use peppermint to help with bloating, cramping, and stomachaches but there are plenty of other ways to use peppermint.Peppermint contains menthol, which can be useful for breathing problems…
  • March/April 2015 Essential Herbal Magazine

    Tina Sams
    17 Feb 2015 | 8:49 am
    Another juicy issue has hit the mail, and we've got plenty of extra issues if you haven't subscribed yet.  Don't keep missing this great stuff!  SUBSCRIBE HEREChoose print (US and Canada only), PDF, or a combination of the two at a substantial savings (US and Canada only).  You'll love it.Here's the table of contents: Field Notes, Tina Sams Even in the middle of winter with no outside work to be done, time management is elusive. Two Easy Ways to Get Allergy Relief with Essential Oils, Liz Fulcher Learn about some oils and that help, and how to administer them safely! Folk…
  • Herb of the Week: Fennel Seed

    Tina Sams
    13 Feb 2015 | 5:13 pm
    By: MollyThis herb is seen in many restaurants as an after dinner mint or in tea to help an upset stomach. These tasty little seeds are packed with vitamins and nutrients have been used for thousands of years to treat indigestion and add a little sweetness to dishes. A great example of its sweetness is adding it to tea. If you do not enjoy licorice, want to avoid sugar and honey, or want to avoid the affects sweetners have on blood pressure, you can add fennel. While working with Heather at Wish Café and Herbs we mixed and tasted a few teas. One we mixed seemed to be missing something.
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    Sandpoint Wellness Council

  • Muscle Sprains and Strains and Massage Therapy

    Owen Marcus
    18 Feb 2015 | 7:37 am
    All of us have experienced muscular sprains and/or strains at some point in our lives. I know I have when I feel stiff getting up from a chair, or when my hamstrings burn from lifting too many heavy objects, or when my quads and back muscles feel stiff from too many hours doing yardwork. Sprains oftentimes generate inflammation, swelling, and subsequently pain and discomfort. Strains generate pain, stiffness, and loss of range of motion. Massage therapy provides an effective methodology for addressing the concerns of strains and sprains. Here is why. When sprains bring inflammation, heat,…
  • Vitamin Supplements Are Not All The Same

    Owen Marcus
    11 Feb 2015 | 1:06 pm
    While listening to a radio program with a prominent doctor, a caller raised the question about taking multivitamins and supplements. The learned doctor told the caller that he could choose any vitamins in grocery stores and pharmacies, that all brands, especially those “one-a-day” products, would be beneficial. I felt mortified. The truth is that vitamins, minerals, and supplements are not all the same. Some companies care and manufacture healthy products, while other companies use inferior grade nutrients and they oftentimes contain more synthetic chemicals rather than real nutrients. It…
  • What You Were Taught about Muscles Was Wrong

    Owen Marcus
    28 Jan 2015 | 6:32 am
    I shouldn’t be telling you this, because if you follow the advice of this article, I will be losing business. A good percentage of my clients over the years are people who worked hard doing what they thought was the right thing. For years experts told us to strengthen our core muscles, the deeper muscles that stabilize our bodies. Crunches or back extensions are the two primary exercises prescribed. Doing these exercises does make you stronger… but you also get tighter. Whenever you have a muscle do a job that it’s primarily not designed to do, you risk tightening and possibly injuring…
  • Be Well and Thrive with Whole Foods

    Owen Marcus
    28 Jan 2015 | 6:23 am
    Last week I made a comment about how clean food “smelled” like food and engaged our senses to want to eat it. It got me thinking about our lost senses for real food. We have become a generation of soda drinkers, chips and dip eaters, fast food indulgers, and pre-prepared, processed, and false food ingesters. We have fallen away from our evolutionary pathway of living off the land and thriving on whole foods. But you say, “Times have changed.” Yes, they have, but in the evolutionary pattern of human existence, our bodies have not evolved as rapidly as science and engineering…
  • A Lovely Head of Hair Takes Care

    Owen Marcus
    20 Jan 2015 | 3:25 pm
    Do you know that you have about 100,000 hairs on your scalp? Facial hair that men typically shave is about 30,000 hairs. We probably don’t think too much about the purpose of our hair except for how good or bad it can make us look. The purpose of our hair is primarily to protect us from injury, from weather conditions to maintain or release body heat, and to help protect us from the UV rays of the sun. Eyelashes protect our eyes from dust and dirt entering. Body hair can alert us to temperature changes or emotional moments for some leading to a good case of “goose bumps.” Body hair is a…
 
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    Kala's Bohemian Blog - Explore Your Spirit with Kala

  • Business Predictions with Kala

    Kala Ambrose
    27 Feb 2015 | 12:53 am
    In my work as an Intuitive who teaches Entrepreneurs how to Build their Business, I understand that it is equally important to both tap into your intuition to see future trends, while also being grounded in the material world so that you can build the business of your dreams, seeing it manifest to provide quality experiences and products to the world. In 2011, my work as an Intuitive Entrepreneur caught the attention of the Learning Annex and they asked me to write a report of Business Intuition Trends for 2012 and the Decade Beyond. I happily agreed to write and make these predictions and…
  • Bring the Energy of Spring into Your Home

    Kala Ambrose
    19 Feb 2015 | 10:31 am
    Lesson Three: Celebrate Spring and Boost Your Energy through Sound! Learn How to Bring the Energy of Spring into your home through this video course from Kala’s Academy of Mystical Arts and Spiritual Sciences as she shares Old World Traditions of How to Celebrate Spring Equinox, explains the History of the Goddess Ostara and her Colored Eggs and Bunnies, and and shares How to Cleanse your Home from the stagnant old energy of Winter, using sound through sacred bells. One of the easiest ways to help boost your energy is through sound. The physical body as well as the aura reacts to sound…
  • Kala Ambrose’s Psychic School

    Kala Ambrose
    11 Feb 2015 | 12:56 pm
    Kala Ambrose’s PSYCHIC SCHOOL Six Weeks of Psychic Exploration an Online Course via Webinar World Renowned Intuitive and Wisdom Teacher Kala Ambrose is now teaching this new course. It’s Time to Discover Your Hidden Psychic Talents   Signs of Awakening to Your Intuitive Abilities include: Do you find yourself thinking about someone and the phone rings as they call you? Have you felt the presence of a loved one in spirit around you and seen signs that they were near? Have you asked for help and noticed synchronicities that appeared to send you a message? Have you had a dream…
  • Kala’s Writing Tip #2 – Write Yourself Out of a Problem

    Kala Ambrose
    6 Feb 2015 | 5:12 pm
    Have you ever read a great story and thought, that’s almost exactly what happened to me (in that relationship or at work or a troubling situation) or that’s what I wish I had said or done when that experience happened to me? You don’t have to be a published author to enjoy writing. Writing can be a very effective way to process your thoughts and think outside the box for problem solving. If you’ve been inspired by reading a story where the main character overcomes adversity and various trials and tribulations to win in the end, think back to how this made you feel, how invested you…
  • Learn How to Read Tea Leaves with Kala’s Video Download Course

    Kala Ambrose
    31 Jan 2015 | 4:26 pm
    Tea Leaf Reading is a form of divination using the intuitive ability to discern the meanings of the leaves and their symbols left behind in the cup of tea. Best done in a comfortable and cozy quiet environment, the entire process of sipping tea is a form of holistic healing which relaxes the mind, body and spirit and allows one to unwind and take a moment to reflect upon what is most important in life. It is said that through the reading of tea leaves, issues are revealed regarding what is surrounding the person at this time. This meditative practice brings focus and clarity and when done…
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    Redwood Empire Rolfing® SI

  • Harvard Medical School Supports Groundbreaking Research on Structural Integration for Chronic Low Back Pain

    Carole LaRochelle
    24 Feb 2015 | 12:51 pm
    My colleague, Eric Jacobson, Ph.D., conducts research on alternative medicine at Harvard Medical School. In 2009 he received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to conduct a pilot clinical trial of structural integration as a treatment for chronic low back pain. He is currently completing the analysis of the data from that clinical trial, but is about to run out of funds. The Rolf Institute® of Structural Integration is asking for your financial help to completely fund and finish the study. Your tax-deductible contribution will help Dr. Jacobson complete the analysis of…
  • Give the Gift of Rolfing SI

    Carole LaRochelle
    7 Nov 2014 | 8:14 am
    Online Gift Certificates now For Sale Have you had a remarkable experience with Rolfing SI? Have your Rolfing sessions helped you get out of pain, feel better, move more easily in your body, and get your life back on track? Would you like an easy way to give a family member, friend or important loved one a nudge to give Rolfing SI a try? Now you can give those special people the gentle push you have been wanting to by purchasing an instant, online gift certificate right here on my website. Click here to Purchase Rolfing SI Gift Certificates A gift certificate will give your word of mouth…
  • Help Make It Happen for Scientific Research on Structural Integration

    Carole LaRochelle
    22 Sep 2014 | 8:22 pm
    Are you one of the hundreds of thousands of people who has experienced improved quality of life as a direct result of receiving Rolfing SI sessions? Have you ever become frustrated or disappointed when you told your family, friends, or medical providers how great your experience has been with Rolfing SI, but they doubted you or did not take you up on your recommendation because they had never heard of Rolfing SI or cited the lack of scientific research? Now is your opportunity to increase the public’s awareness of Rolfing SI by contributing to a crowdfunded, grassroots level…
  • Celebrating 18 Years as a Certified Rolfer

    Carole LaRochelle
    19 May 2014 | 1:17 pm
    April 18, 1996 I completed my basic Rolfing SI training at The Rolf Institute® of Structural Integration in Boulder, Colorado. Last month marked the 18 year anniversary of my graduation. Wow! What a privilege it has been to accompany all of you for awhile on your healing journey. I am grateful for your faith in me and my work. I have had the honor of getting to know each and every one of you in a very personal way. You have taught me at least as much I have been able to share with you. I am asked by many, many of you how I came to practice this work. You may be interested in reading my…
  • NEW Santa Rosa Office April 1st

    Carole LaRochelle
    20 Mar 2014 | 6:32 pm
    The one thing in life you can be certain of is change. Holding true to that maxim I find myself moving my Santa Rosa office again in less than a year since my last move. I am pleased to announce my NEW, NEW Santa Rosa office location starting April 1, 2014. Renée Valentino, PT and I have decided to continue sharing office space and we are moving just down the road from our current location. Please make note starting on Tuesday, April 1, I will be seeing all my Rolfing SI clients at: 725 Farmers Lane, Suite 12 Santa Rosa, CA 95405 I look forward to seeing you at my new location! Also in the…
 
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    Sacred Feng Shui Design

  • Happy Chinese Lunar New Year 2015!

    18 Feb 2015 | 2:48 pm
    Hi feng shui friends, HAPPY CHINESE LUNAR NEW YEAR!Wishing you a spectacular Chinese New Year “Kung Hei Fat Choi”.  I have a beautiful animated Chinese New Year e-card for you to look at on my website here If you get the time, have a look at the information on the Chinese New Year at the end of the card (on the left) it’s very interesting.Happy Chinese New Year! Carol of Sacred Feng Shui Design
  • 2015 Year of the Goat Feng Shui & Astrology Predictions

    30 Jan 2015 | 3:13 pm
    Wow, another year already ... fortunately a more peaceful one!  My feng shui and astrology predictions for 2015 are now ready for viewing at my 2015 Year of the Goat Feng Shui Newsletter.Wishing you a happy, healthy, prosperous and peaceful 2015, Carol of Sacred Feng Shui Design
  • How to attract good luck into your home with feng shui

    21 Jan 2015 | 2:44 pm
     Read this great article 'How to attract good luck into your home' from Good Health magazine Feb 2015 edition which I was interviewed for and feature in.  For those of you who can't purchase the Australian magazine, you can read it here How to attract good luck into your home with feng shuiI will be posting my annual feng shui predictions for 2015 - the Year of the Wood Goat so stay tuned.Carol of Sacred Feng Shui Design
  • New York Spiritual and Metaphysical Shops

    15 Jun 2014 | 4:27 am
     New York Spiritual and Metaphysical ShopsIn April 2014 I travelled to New York, partly for feng shui work and partly for pleasure.  During my two weeks in this vast Metropolis, I visited four great spiritual & metaphysical shops, which you might like to visit if you are going to New York.  Located close to these stores, I also recommend a healthy food kitchen (tasty too) which is egg, dairy and gluten free, a funky cafe with free wifi, and a delicious cupcake bakery. Click on this link 'New York Spiritual and Metaphysical Shops'.Wishing you safe travels ... Carol of Sacred…
  • Feng Shui Consultations in New York

    17 Feb 2014 | 2:32 am
    I will be in New York end of April and early May 2014.  If you would like a feng shui consultation of your apartment, home or business, email carol@sacredfengshuidesign.com.auMany blessings, Carol of Sacred Feng Shui Design
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    The SmartLiving Network Coach Blogs

  • Measles Resurgence: Reason for Worry or Media Hype?

    10 Feb 2015 | 7:37 am
    Measles used to be ubiquitous, a merit badge of childhood illness among the other scourges of mumps, chicken pox, influenza and the common cold. Doctors were well-versed in identifying the telltale spots in the mouth that confirmed the diagnosis. Now measles is headline news as the media reports on pockets
  • Shoes in the House - Healthy or Unhealthy?

    10 Feb 2015 | 6:01 am
    It's said that a man's home is his castle. For some it a sanctuary. For some it is a representation of self. When I enter someone's home I am always mindful of these things. Sometimes it's a bit awkward walking through the threshold into another's abode. The most blatant illustration
  • Why People are Afraid to Use Epinephrine Pens (and Why They Really Shouldn't Be)

    10 Feb 2015 | 5:15 am
    As a primary care doctor, I tend to avoid the gridlock, 911, code red medical situations found in hospital or emergency room. Nonetheless, treating medical conditions opens the door for a chance encounter with such a situation. Conjuring up such scenarios in the mind likely brings items like heart attack,
  • Fluoride: Friend or Foe?

    28 Jan 2015 | 11:23 am
    Fluoride is commonplace in routine preventative dental care. Current practice has evolved with some debate, and some critics. This blog will discuss the current understanding and recommendations for fluoride use in strengthening our teeth against cavities.
  • The Blue Light - New Study Reveals Both the Detriments AND Benefits of Our Electronic Devices

    19 Jan 2015 | 5:00 am
    We love our televisions, ipads, cell phones, Kindles and Nooks. As a doctor, I have seen the results of this popularity, inviting these back-lit devices into bed in the pre-sleep portion of the day. This blog will explore the affects of different types of light exposure on sleep quality.
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    The Aromahead Blog

  • Aromatherapy for Muscle Tension: Make an Inhaler

    Andrea Butje
    23 Feb 2015 | 2:00 am
    Inhalers are a less known—but very effective—way to use aromatherapy for muscle tension relief. One of my favorite ways to use aromatherapy for muscle tension is relaxation massage. I use soothing massage oils and body creams with essential oils, which can really complement the healing power of touch. But I know that massage isn’t an option every time, every place. If you feel your shoulders and neck start to tense up at the office, or you’re at a party and feel strain in your back, it might be awkward to just ask someone to massage you! That’s why I like to use inhalers for muscle…
  • How To Make Incense Sticks with Essential Oils

    Andrea Butje
    16 Feb 2015 | 2:00 am
    Learn to make incense sticks with essential oils. I love burning incense! Loose incense, stick incense, cone incense—I’m a fan of them all! I especially love to make my own incense and customize the scent. There is actually a way to make the sticks themselves using makko powder. I’m creating a class about making incense that will show you how. But for now, I’ll share how I use essential oils to scent blank sticks. I recently learned that most blank incense sticks have a combustible powder coating that may be toxic, and that the sticks are often made from woods and glues that may be…
  • How do you know if Aromatherapy Certification is for you?

    Andrea Butje
    9 Feb 2015 | 2:00 am
    I’ve held two sessions of the “All About Aromatherapy Certification” free webinar, and it’s been great! We have had over 18,000 people register for the webinar! It has been so much fun! I’m happy to say we’re offering three more chances for you to attend, and there are  a few spots left in each time slot. CLICK HERE to learn more and register! You’ve probably felt the amazing way aromatherapy can enhance your life with natural plant medicine, body care, and rich aromas that can change the entire mood of a room (or your day!). Maybe you’ve even thought about taking your…
  • Have you ever thought about getting your Aromatherapy Certification?

    Andrea Butje
    2 Feb 2015 | 2:00 am
    Have you ever thought about getting your aromatherapy certification? Wondering what’s involved, and whether it would be the right choice for you? I’m so excited to tell you about Aromahead’s upcoming FREE webinar, “All About Aromatherapy Certification.” On the webinar, you’ll get an inside look at an online aromatherapy certification class. We’ll also give away a free Puzhen essential oil diffuser valued at $369! Puzhen makes some of my favorite diffusers. Each one is a work of art. The diffuser we are giving away is the Yun, which you might have seen me use in one of my videos…
  • What are Top, Middle, and Base Notes?

    Andrea Butje
    26 Jan 2015 | 2:00 am
    Understanding top, middle, and base notes in aromatherapy We talk a lot about top, middle, and base notes in aromatherapy. What do we mean exactly, and how can you identify each note? Not every aromatherapy blend has to have all three notes. Making a balanced blend just means you consider and understand which aromas tend to be more dominant, and use fewer drops of the really strong aromas. It helps to begin by imagining the feeling or experience that you want to embody in the blend. For blends that do have top, middle, and base notes, you might have to take your time getting to know the…
 
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    Big Tree School of Natural Healing

  • San Jiao Meridian

    Cindy Black, L.Ac., LMT
    26 Feb 2015 | 3:48 am
    The San Jiao meridian is also known as the Triple Heater or Triple Warmer meridian. The San Jiao meridian is one of the three Yang meridians located on the arm. “The San Jiao, or three visceral cavities, promotes the transformation and transportation of water and fluids throughout the body.” – Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine The San Jiao itself is not a physical organ.  San Jiao means “three burners”. The idea is that in each cavity of the torso (the pelvis, abdomen, chest), there are energy centers that create heat. These centers are often compared…
  • Nourishing the Kidneys

    Cindy Black, L.Ac., LMT
    12 Feb 2015 | 5:01 am
    Winter is the season of the Kidneys. The Kidneys are the Yin Organ of the Water Element. Every Element is associated with a season, winter is the season of the Water Element.  Because of these associations we know that winter is a great time to accentuate the Kidney Organ System. Three ways to nourish the Kidneys during winter: Allow for extra time to sleep. The nights are longer during winter, inviting us to sleep a little more. Allow your creativity to incubate. Creative expression requires times of stillness, of “not knowing”. Just like the seeds incubating in the deep earth,…
  • Kidney Meridian

    Cindy Black, L.Ac., LMT
    5 Feb 2015 | 1:46 pm
    The Kidney Meridian begins on the bottom of the foot and runs all the way up to the top of the chest. “The Kidneys store the vitality and mobilize the four extremities. They also aid the memory, willpower, and coordination.” – Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine In Chinese Medicine, the Kidneys are of utmost importance as they store our Life Essence. Without Life Essence, there is no life, hence the importance of the Kidneys. The Kidney meridian and points along it are used to nourish and protect our Life Essence. The Kidney(KD)  meridian is the only meridian to have…
  • Fun with live webinars!

    Cindy Black, L.Ac., LMT
    1 Feb 2015 | 12:20 pm
    Webinar technology provides an innovative and fun way to teach. It has been so much fun to connect you all at the same time!  Even though we are spread out across the planet we are able to connect here, in the digital world! Thank you for taking the time to figure out how to work with this venue so that we can share our experience and expertise with one another. I was so inspired by the turn out yesterday for the webinar, How “Sensing Qi” Can Expand Your Massage or Bodywork Practice – there were over 550 people tuning in together! I look forward to being with you during…
  • How “Sensing Qi” can transform your massage or bodywork practice

    Cindy Black, L.Ac., LMT
    22 Jan 2015 | 6:53 am
    Sensing Qi has been the key to transforming my massage practice. Once I learned how to utilize Qi in my hands-on work, I started getting better results for my clients and creating more ease in my body.   The most common questions I get while teaching about acupoints and meridians are: How do I know if I am on a point? How long should stay on a point? How much pressure should I use? These are big questions that do not have a simple “one size fits all” answer. In response to these questions, I created a free webinar: How “Sensing Qi” Can Transform Your Massage or…
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    Reiki Awakening

  • Change Your Life and Fix Your Relationships in 30 Seconds

    3 Feb 2015 | 10:27 am
    Well, it's 2015. And already, a lot has happened in my life. (And, warning, this is a super link-happy post. So, click on whatever you want to know more about.)I wrote and published 2 books and a new deck of cards (coming soon). I started a new brand and website, A Moment for Me, and got the books on Amazon too.My 9 month intensive training program, Lightworkers Intensive, sold out and began its new year.All of the above got started in addition to the usual business of running my school, growing my practice, volunteering for Hospice, and taking care of my kids.So, how did I do that?
  • A New Age Bracket

    20 Dec 2014 | 12:49 pm
    Today is my birthday. I started this blog eight years ago, so it's also my blogversary! I take some time every year to consider how far I've come in the last year, and also since I started my blog, which I consider the time of the most significant change in my career, the beginning of my spiritual connection, and the start of living my true life's calling. I went back and read last year's post to remind myself where I was last year. It's always amazing to me to realize just how much happens in a year. Last year on this day, we had just recently moved here to Maryland, and were…
  • Taking a Moment

    7 Nov 2014 | 11:09 am
    It's been a busy Fall so far. I spent about eight weeks creating a 365 day tear-off calendar. Each page has something different on it. The theme is self care for busy people. It's called A Moment for Me 365 Day Calendar - self care for busy people - 365 FREE things you can do in 30 seconds to balance body, mind, emotions, and spirit. Here's the Behind-the-Scenes look at the process of creating this project I assigned myself.Let me tell you, it was quite a project. I wasn't sure if I'd be able to do it. I mean, I've written lots of content before - I have been a game content writer for…
  • Shoes for Energy Healers and Earthing Fans

    13 Oct 2014 | 9:19 am
    There's a company that makes shoes for energy healers, and those who are interested in "Earthing," or connecting energy with the earth for all of the health benefits that come with it. Earthing is real, it's also called grounding, and I incorporate it into my practice daily. A word on earthing/grounding:There are many ways to get reacquainted with that people-Earth connection. One way is through a little visualization, thinking of yourself as a tree with roots growing down from your soles into the earth, then visualizing absorbing that healing earth-frequency into those roots and up into…
  • This Blessed Life

    14 Sep 2014 | 2:26 pm
    Recently, I watched this most incredible video:I absolutely love this. And, I guess it stuck with me. Because I found myself applying this perspective to my so-called problems. If you have four minutes now or after reading this post, watch it. You'll be so glad you did.I'll summarize and interpret some of the points that sunk into my soul here:We are all part of the same energetic source, with our own individual strand of energy inside us which lets us experience everything, and also allows us to be part of the collective whole and an individual personality at the same time. (I love this so…
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    Paging Dr La Puma

  • Good Diet Foods: Healthy Aging

    DrLaPuma
    24 Feb 2015 | 6:28 am
    Good diet foods for aging healthfully is not just about wise and healthy aging: it’s about a healthy foods …
  • Good Diet Foods: High Blood Pressure

    DrLaPuma
    20 Feb 2015 | 6:29 am
    Good diet foods for high blood pressure include blueberries, flax meal, hibiscus or jamaica tea, and beet juice. These …
  • Can Food Save the Life of Medicine?

    DrLaPuma
    12 Feb 2015 | 5:39 am
    I gave a talk at UCSB’s Food Summit recently UCSB coverage here, which is part of the important University …
  • Your Liver and You, Part II

    DrLaPuma
    2 Feb 2015 | 5:22 am
    In Part 1, I covered what the liver does and how it works, and why you should love your …
  • Your Liver and You, Part 1

    DrLaPuma
    29 Jan 2015 | 4:34 pm
    The liver is normally quiet, but I have been seeing several patients in whom it has made some noise. …
 
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    BlissPlan.com

  • Healthy Homemade Ice Cream Recipe: Peanut Butter

    Sydney Johnston
    26 Feb 2015 | 10:12 am
    Do you like homemade ice cream? Most likely, that’s as silly as question as asking if you like to breathe! I’ve thought about buying an ice cream freezer but almost all the recipes I find are really high in calories and fat and they include stuff that I don’t want to eat – like cream […]
  • Sources of Fabulous, Healthy Food: Farmers Markets, Food Co-ops, U-Picks and Roadside Stands

    Sydney Johnston
    22 Feb 2015 | 10:30 am
    I can remember eating produce out of my grandmother’s yard and it tasted NOTHING like the stuff in the grocery store. Picking an organic fruit or vegetable right off the plant when it’s sun warmed and ripe is a sensual and fascinating experience. When we consider that the produce at the grocery store is usually […]
  • Abraham Hicks on Happiness and The Law of Attraction

    Sydney Johnston
    18 Feb 2015 | 10:06 am
    Esther Hicks/Abraham Hicks is our favorite Law of Attraction (LOA) teacher and she blasts through lots of weak ideas in this classy video. The topic is money, but her advice truly applies to anything we would like to add or subtract from our lives. But as big a fan as I am of the LOA, I have […]
  • 39 Natural Remedies for the Nasty Common Cold

    Sydney Johnston
    14 Feb 2015 | 9:42 am
    One week ago, I put on a pair of shorts and cut the grass in our front yard. It was a bit chilly, but as I worked I warmed up and was (mostly) comfortable. Now, they’re predicting snow and ice here in Atlanta. And so it goes in the winter. Up – down – up […]
  • A Simple (And Cheap!) Natural Remedy For Ringworm

    Sydney Johnston
    14 Feb 2015 | 9:29 am
    Ringworm is an ”un-sightly”, to say the least, blemish on your skin – see the lovely pictures below. And it can itch, ooze and do all sorts of nasty things. Worst of all to many sufferers is that it looks so bad that they wonder if folks around them are convulsing in nausea at the […]
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    World Vitae

  • Do You Feel Hungrier in the Winter?

    Toffler
    9 Feb 2015 | 10:01 pm
    Have you noticed that you feel hungrier in the winter? Do you find you tend to want to eat more and eat heartier foods in the colder months? For example, during the warmer months, my usual eating routine is a light meal between late-morning and early-afternoon, followed by a substantial dinner of a hearty salad, some protein, and perhaps something else.  However, during the winter, I find myself hungry more frequently and earlier in the day, and wanting soups, stews, and crockpot dishes, instead of salads. This conundrum of seasonally increased hunger caused me to reflect on my earlier…
  • 8 Hacks to Getting Results from the Paleo Diet without the Stress

    Toffler
    26 Jan 2015 | 10:09 am
    The Paleo Diet–the real food way of eating that seeks to imitate the way our hunter-gatherer ancestors ate–has been getting a lot of press recently, both good and bad. People who “go paleo” report everything from significant weight loss to reversing or controlling many chronic conditions from asthma to autoimmune and depression. But dieticians and nutritionists warn it’s too restrictive and hard to follow, such that people can’t stick with it long term. So, how do you get the benefits of “going paleo” without becoming overwhelmed and overly rigid in…
  • Skip the Detox Diet and Get Real

    Toffler
    12 Jan 2015 | 12:54 pm
    Real food, real health, real results, that is! With the the holiday season all wrapped up, you may be thinking about a way to drop the extra holiday pounds, to detox, and to get rid of the sugar cravingsOr, you may just be interested in resuming your healthy eating habits. These five simple, safe, and healthy principles will help you detox, drop that weight, and get rid of cravings. Drink Begin each morning with a cup of warm water plus lemon. This combination helps your liver and gallbladder flush the intestines, thus easing defecation to get rid of the toxins and ensure the return of your…
  • Start Here: Guide to Mood and Mental Health

    Toffler
    17 Nov 2014 | 1:36 pm
    While on the surface, addressing mood and mental health challenges may seem to be in the realm of psycho-therapists and prescription drugs, always dealing with the mind, far removed from the physical body, in fact, nutrition, attitude, and lifestyle can do a lot to support a positive mood and good mental health. The following advice is not for true psychiatric cases, but rather for mild anxiety or depression, and other occasional or mild challenges. The suggestions herein do not constitute medical opinion and you should always seek the advice of your practitioner. Mood and mental health are…
  • Start Here: Guide to IBS

    Toffler
    6 Nov 2014 | 8:15 am
    As a health coach, wellness entrepreneur, author, and speaker, I often get asked what to do about different health conditions and ailments. Over the years of studying Chinese medicine, Ayurveda, nutrition, herbs, yoga, and more, I’ve amassed quite the knowledge base on a variety of health concerns, including, more importantly, the fundamentals to improving health. It was one such conversation (and possibility of lengthy followup) that sparked the idea for this series of “Start Here Guides.” The question was about IBS, so that’s where we’ll start today.  …
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    EFT Radio - Tapping Techniques

  • EFT Business Fear #17: Marketing myself is pushing me beyond my comfort zone!

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    24 Feb 2015 | 10:16 pm
    You’ve mastered the techniques, and you’ve had great results. Now it’s time to share those gifts with the world! There are a lot of ways to get your message out there: social media, blogs, speaking, networking – it may seem overwhelming. There’s a lot involved in creating a wildly successful EFT Practice and chances are, ...Read More
  • Last Chance to Get These Free EFT Videos

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    22 Feb 2015 | 10:33 pm
    The 7th annual Tapping World Summit starts February 23rd and now is your last chance to get access to these special bonus videos and register for this online event before it starts. You’ve probably heard about the Tapping World Summit from a dozen places by now. Everyone is talking about it. The Tapping World Summit ...Read More
  • Our TOP 7 Linked In Tips for a Successful EFT Business

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    21 Feb 2015 | 9:42 pm
    LinkedIn reaches more than 332 million people who are there to create business, find business and collaborations…it is the social media site where people take each other seriously and are not looking to see what selfie a-friend-of-a-friend took from the Golden Gate Bridge. If you are looking to grow your EFT business, you should not ...Read More
  • Freedom From Fear with A Course in Miracles Lesson 361 to 365

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    21 Feb 2015 | 4:37 pm
    Why are we in a world of fear? Is our physical experience a choice we made freely? If this is but a temporary stay, where is our real home? Join Eloisa Ramos as we explore these questions with the final lessons for ACIM which tell us this course is not an end but the beginning ...Read More
  • 8 Steps to Taking Your Life Back from PTSD

    info@tap4freedom.com (Eleanore Duyndam)
    21 Feb 2015 | 2:34 pm
    Author, teacher, life coach, lecturer, recreational therapist (…and more!) Debbie Sprague returns to TapFest to continue our exploration of hope, healing and guidance for the journey back home to self, from PTSD. Whether you suffer from these symptoms yourself, work with those who do, or have a loved one struggling with the condition, this show ...Read More
 
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    FreddaBranyon.com

  • Stress Management Checklist: Ways how to get rid stress

    primeviewllc
    23 Feb 2015 | 4:55 pm
    Image Source: Pexels Our day to day activities present opportunities for us to suffer from stress – that’s a given. Stress is defined as “a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances.”. When we overexert ourselves, or we are faced with circumstances we can’t seem to handle or overwhelm us, then we feel stressed. Managing stress is easy if you know what to do specifically when stress arrives right straight through your busy schedule. Learn how to manage your stress. Here are some ways to relieve yourself from stress.
  • Last Week of February is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

    primeviewllc
    16 Feb 2015 | 5:52 pm
    Image Source: Pexels This February, the annual National Eating Disorders Awareness Week will be celebrated to commemorate the awareness and information dissemination against eating disorder. This awareness campaign aims to equip the people on the warning signs and treatment options for eating disorders as well as the support the patient can get from people around them such as family and friends. This disorder mostly affects adolescents and the young women. In this period or age, they tend to keep and maintain a body figure in which even the food they eat is sacrificed and being affected.
  • Menstrual Cramps? How to deal with it the natural way

    primeviewllc
    9 Feb 2015 | 4:38 pm
    Its the time of the month where girls have to pay attention to their monthly but not that friendly, visitor. Menstruation always comes with its best pal, menstrual cramps. Many women experience this with a throbbing pain in the lower abdomen. Majority of women experience the immense  pain of these cramps during their growing or puberty stage. These cramps can affect a woman in such a way as to cause you to back away from the day’s activity or even worse, you can’t even move because of the pain it brings. Dysmenorrhea is present before or during and sometimes after the menstrual period.
  • Home Remedy Tips: How to lose belly fat

    primeviewllc
    2 Feb 2015 | 5:02 pm
    Image Source: Pexels Do you notice a flab of fat slipping out whenever you’re wearing your favorite pair of jeans or your favorite body con dress? Some people are quite embarrassed about this excessive fat on their body, and who wouldn’t? Belly fats are caused by many factors such as consumption of large amounts of junk foods and bad lifestyle habits. It is also genetically inherited but most of the time it’s really the former factors than the latter. Well then, does having a flat tummy  always been your dream? Here are all home remedy items available in your own cupboards and…
  • 5 Foods that Trigger Inflammation

    primeviewllc
    22 Dec 2014 | 12:43 am
    When you’re trying to manage inflammation or completely avoid it from happening, these are the 5 types of foods you must avoid. Sugar I would certainly agree that it is really hard to resist a sweet treat thus the next thing i’m about to say can make you watch your sugar intake. Sugar can cause inflammation. Not just simple inflammation but a serious one. Sugar triggers the release of inflammatory messengers. Better reduce your consumption and choose a healthier option to your “go to” meals. Alcohol Aside from being a big burden to the liver, alcohol has high content of sugar…
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    First of Nine: Tensegrity Blog

  • My first guitar: a clue in choosing your first musical instrument

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    8 Feb 2015 | 9:05 pm
    I got my first electric guitar when I was fifteen. Pappy took me down to Denny’s Strings ‘n Things in Gresham and let me pick her out. It was my birthday. The store is no longer there. That was quite a good bit ago. When a musician finds their instrument, the one meant for them, there is a recognition. You take it off the rack and it buzzes in your haptic perceptions. You feel it in the body. In your viscera. You hold a first guitar close. It’s like meeting a beautiful woman for the first time and holding her gaze; a moment when there are no words between. The breath stills…
  • Operation Livecrime, New Year’s Eve, 1991

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    31 Dec 2014 | 10:37 pm
    New Year’s Eve. Nineteen ninety one. I was at the Queensryche concert in Portland, Oregon. My last chemotherapy treatment was the day after Christmas. Those last few sessions, I would get nauseous on the way up the hill to Oregon Health & Science University. My body seemed to know the grade, the twists of that road, and begin to react, knowing what was in store. For years, I would begin to get queasy any time I’d visit a friend at OHSU. The body remembers in a way different from the mind. It’s a physiologic, visceral memory. A confirmation that consciousness is not…
  • Some days begin with bacon

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    30 Oct 2014 | 10:41 am
    My cancer survivorship program has been self-created through the years. I haven’t always eaten so well. Understanding the relevance of diet in our ability to thrive in the long-term is key. More veggies, less protein (but keep it high quality!) and far less processed foods. Eat real food! Some weeks, my bodywork clients bring me produce from their own gardens or from local farmer’s markets. This week, folks brought me burdock root, mizuna (aka water greens) and shishito peppers, known for their pepper flavor without the heat. Three ingredients, I have never cooked with! Oh, joy!
  • Thank you for this life

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    25 Oct 2014 | 12:37 am
    Mom passed away ten years ago today. Though she seemed to see her family doctor every other week for chronic pain for years, they diagnosed her cancer at an advanced stage. It was in her lungs, esophagus, sternum, ribs and dotted all over her brain. My father called in the early, early morning. Before the dawn chorus. Before even the birds had woken. I dressed and rushed over. It was a long, silent forty-five minute drive out to Gresham. My heart is aching fierce as I write this. Memory is like time travel. The state of physiology returns to the point of origin. There wasn’t much to…
  • The 21st century cancer survivor’s breakfast: mixed vegetable sauté and fried egg

    Hamid Shibata Bennett, LMT, CAMT
    8 Oct 2014 | 11:02 am
    A friend recently asked me what I ate for breakfast. Sometimes a smoothie. Sometimes gluten free cereal. Oftentimes, I take time to whip up something fun and creative in the kitchen. It’s always a culinary improvisation, depending on what I have in the fridge. Eating with cancer survivorship in mind requires a wonderful, whole foods diet with lots of variety! This morning, I had a blast making a mixed vegetable sauté with orange pepper, baby bok choy, cremini mushrooms, heirloom tomatoes and kale. On the side, a happy egg. I’ll show you my step by step process that leads to…
 
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    Vintage Amanda

  • Thai Market Tour

    Amanda
    18 Feb 2015 | 6:26 am
    Fellow market-obsessed travelers (or armchair travelers), this post is for you. I love to travel.  And when I travel, I love, love, love to visit markets!  Outdoor fruit + veg markets, indoor food markets, vintage and antique markets, everyday ‘stuff’ type markets, book markets, little village markets and big urban markets – I love them all.  And if there aren’t any markets available, then I head to the regular old grocery store – because I find it fascinating what ‘normal groceries’ look like in other cultures (and of course to buy myself some…
  • Natural Beauty Workshops at Trill Farm

    Amanda
    7 Feb 2015 | 10:30 am
    Approaching a table of natural beauty ingredients, is like walking into a (calorie free!) candy shop.  So many possibilities and essential oil blends to create.  So many nourishing oils.  So much wild foraged bounty to infuse into our products. Yes, there’s a lot to learn about making natural beauty products.  It can be quite scientific and technical.  But it can also be about pleasure and play. Image credit: Jay Williams After all, when you’re making beauty products for yourself – you can make them exactly how you want.  The texture, the scent, the ingredients.  And…
  • Foraging for Beauty

    Amanda
    25 Nov 2014 | 2:20 am
    Sometimes, what you’re meant to do just finds you. It turns out that I’m The Beauty Forager.  Who knew? I never intended that to happen.  In fact, when I first moved to England 6 years ago, my experience with foraging was limited to some wild strawberries and blueberries in our backyard.  I remember my mother telling me to chew red clover buds for the sweetness, but I was always vaguely concerned that I would poison myself. I’m not a botanist.  I’m not even into hardcore outdoor pursuits.  Maybe it’s the generations of great-grandmother’s…
  • 6 must-have natural beauty ingredients

    Amanda
    2 Nov 2014 | 7:27 am
    Don’t you need a lot of special ingredients to make your own beauty products? I’m asked this question a lot in my workshops.  It seems like you’d need a ton of expensive oils and hard to find ingredients to make effective natural beauty products.  I thought the same thing too, before I started making them myself. Much like cooking, you can use exotic, expensive ingredients that you special-order from suppliers around the world … or you can simply use good-quality basics.  And much like with cooking, often these simple ingredients give the best results.
  • Natural bug repellent recipe

    Amanda
    29 Sep 2014 | 12:00 am
    My natural deodorant must be working too well, because on my recent trip to Thailand I was just irresistible to mosquitos.* And when I say ‘mosquitos’, I mean flying tigers with giant syringe-like mouths that arrive silently, drink their fill, and leave me with a huge itchy welt. Seriously, Thai mosquitos are another species entirely! *Before I get lots of comments, no, sweaty underarms do not repel mosquitos, but they do repel fellow humans! I arrived prepared.  I brought my own homemade insect repellent, and a store-bought kind filled with nasties like DEET (just in case!)…
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    Clifton Park Nutritionist, Chiropractor

  • Artificial food colorings: What you don’t know can make you sick

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    24 Feb 2015 | 7:53 pm
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: It’s important to avoid food colorings If you’re like most people, you probably have a vague notion artificial food coloring is “bad.” You’ve also probably heard it makes some kids hyperactive. But did you know the science on artificial food dyes is so thorough and damning that they are banned in two European countries, require warning labels throughout the European Union (and are hence little used), and that Wal-Mart, Coca Cola, and Kraft in Britain don’t use them? What do Europeans know that we don’t?
  • North to south through the gut – what can go wrong

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    17 Feb 2015 | 3:20 pm
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: Things can go wrong many places along the way in the gut We live in a time of unprecedented abundance of food and medical advances yet we are sicker than ever. It is considered normal to suffer from insomnia, PMS, depression, chronic pain, heartburn, constipation, diarrhea, and so on. But in reality these are our bodies’ warning signs that something is wrong. “All disease begins in the gut,” said Hippocrates. Understanding digestion helps you understand why you stay well or get sick. From north to south Digestion starts…
  • Suffering from burn out? Look at adrenal health

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    11 Feb 2015 | 11:48 am
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: Modern life is hard on the adrenal glands The adrenal glands are two walnut-sized glands that sit atop the kidneys and that can make the different between being bouncy and energetic or run down and burned out. This is because they release stress hormones and the hormone cortisol, which, among other things, gives us energy. Unfortunately, the adrenal glands are under siege by our stressed-out modern lives. In addition to stress, blood sugar swings, gut infections, food intolerances, chronic viruses, environmental toxins, and…
  • Salt is not as fearsome as you’ve been led to believe

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    3 Feb 2015 | 11:37 am
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: Get smarter about salt Aging people have long since been resigned to living out their latter years avoiding salt and eating a bland, tasteless diet. But new research shows the risks of salt may be overblown. Also, if you have low blood pressure, salt can actually serve as a boost to your health. Salt has been recognized as a precious commodity throughout human history, even serving as a form of legal currency. Not only is it vital to our health, it also preserves foods and, as anyone who has accidentally cooked a meal…
  • Could loneliness be the cause of addiction?

    Dr. Richard Herbold
    27 Jan 2015 | 1:47 pm
    Clifton Park, New York’s Capital District Vitality Center news: Loneliness and isolation can be an underlying factor of addiction Everyone is familiar with addiction to some degree, whether it’s that daily dose of chocolate you can’t give up or watching a loved one succumb to drug abuse. Many factors play a role in addiction, but some research suggests loneliness plays a pivotal role in encouraging addiction, and that taking measures to remedy loneliness can be powerful therapy. Addiction can apply to any substance or activity (alcohol, drugs, shopping, sex, food, gambling, Facebook,…
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    WholesomeONE

  • Acupuncture for Bursitis

    KB
    23 Feb 2015 | 12:10 pm
    While conventional treatments of bursitis involve icing affected areas and analgesia, acupuncture can also be used as a natural therapy. WholesomeONE A Natural Health Guide
  • How to Use Habits to Lose Weight

    KB
    16 Feb 2015 | 12:02 pm
    We fail to lose weight because we don’t change our habits. Habits determine our long-term behavior, and our long-term behavior determines our success. WholesomeONE A Natural Health Guide
  • Natural Products

    KB
    13 Feb 2015 | 9:33 am
    Top-rated Natural Health Products WholesomeONE A Natural Health Guide
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    KB
    13 Feb 2015 | 9:31 am
    What do you need help with? WholesomeONE A Natural Health Guide
  • Natural Treatments

    KB
    13 Feb 2015 | 9:17 am
    Natural ways to heal from pain and illness, and be healthy. WholesomeONE A Natural Health Guide
 
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  • Margali month and ozone layer

    arul
    26 Feb 2015 | 5:00 am
    During the tamil month of margali lord krishna is worshipped specially.Waking up in the morning and taking bath and reciting thiruvembavai, thirupalliyeluchi in perumal temples will give strong mind and most importantly peace in home.Good prana energy is created during the morning while reciting this thirupavai songs and it is called ozone containg all positive energies and all over the world in the month of margali in the morning time this energy is produced all month.This is the reason for speciality of margali month. 
  • Benefits of Saturn worship in Konerirajapuram siva temple

    arul
    19 Feb 2015 | 12:00 am
    A siva temple near kumbakonam in a place called konerirajapuram is very special as white clothes are offered to navagraga saturn here.People who want to control loss of money in business should worship lord vaithyanathaswami here on saturday and should offer 8 types of abhisegam to saturn along with pirandai rice and black clothes should be offered to common people who are in need. Thanks to agasthiar archives.
  • Goddess Lakshmi and Sri Dhanam

    arul
    11 Feb 2015 | 5:30 pm
    Sri dhanam means goddess lakshmi herself blesses at a particular moment as different objects indicating goodness like turmeric, kumkum, flower, mangalyam, sangu, kalasam, mango leaf, lamp and coconut with turmeric paste in its outer shell.This are called as seethanam now when it is given in marriage for a girl from a parent. Thanks to agasthiar.org   
  • Fasting on aegathasi tithi for removing last minute hurdles

    arul
    10 Feb 2015 | 5:30 am
    People who observe fasting on aegathasi tithi atleast in one part of the day by doing abhisegams and offering 11 types of household products in places like rameswaram which has 11 theerthams or in temples which are named as aegambareswarar or in aegadasa linga murthi temples or places having 11 virutchams like banyan tree, neem tree, vilvam tree will get benefits in marriage, building houses as nlast minute hurdles are removed.Thanks to agasthiar archives. 
  • Ancestors assets and Saturday Tharpanam

    arul
    6 Feb 2015 | 7:00 am
    In every pooja conducted by people one part of benefits will reach their ancestors.Giving tharpanam, on saturday will bring ancestors assets to people who conduct them as ancestors worship sri surya narayanan and give the benefits to sri sanesswarar. Thanks to agasthiar archives.
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  • Get Rid of Blackheads: Tricks for Clear Skin

    Lauren Cosgrove
    19 Feb 2015 | 12:12 pm
    Everyone has them – those nasty little buggers called blackheads. Luckily, we’ve compiled some of the very best remedies for how to get rid of blackheads quickly and painlessly. 1. Exfoliate with Baking Soda: Easy as pie! Just mix baking soda with a small amount of water to form a paste, then buff blackheads away […]
  • Beating the Winter Blues

    Lauren Cosgrove
    12 Feb 2015 | 3:36 pm
    There is no season harder on our bodies and minds than winter. More people die from heart failure, suffer from seasonal depression, and experience aches, pains and sickness, in winter than any other time of the year. Why is this? Well, it has to do with a combination of factors: colder temperatures, more time spent […]
  • Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

    Lauren Cosgrove
    4 Feb 2015 | 11:28 am
    It’s here again! Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so now is the time to start planning something special for you and your loved one. This year, look beyond that box of chocolates and explore these Valentine’s Day gift ideas instead! We guarantee these suggestions will help make your day one worth remembering. Create a […]
  • How Often Should I Get a Massage?

    Lauren Cosgrove
    29 Jan 2015 | 3:59 pm
    One of the most common questions we hear about massage therapy at Better Health Washington is “How often should I get a massage?” The answer? It varies from client to client. But we have many tips to guide you through the process of deciding just what’s right for you! The first step in determining how often you […]
  • 5 Proven Benefits of Avocado. Spoiler: It’s Pretty Impressive!

    Lauren Cosgrove
    21 Jan 2015 | 3:08 pm
    Whether you’re a health nut or not, it’s likely that you’ve come across many, many healthy recipes including avocado. Sure it’s a fun color and yes, it’s actually a fruit, but that’s not why it’s so popular. The truth? It’s a superfood! Avocado is widely recognized by nutritionists and health experts as one of the […]
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    About Meditation

  • How To Manage Stress Through Meditation & Mindfulness

    Morgan Dix
    21 Feb 2015 | 7:09 pm
    Stress is a killer. The science is clear. With all our success and achievement, there is an invisible cost. Our physical, emotional, and psychological health take a beating over time. And sometimes, there’s no return. Stress is also addictive. Just like caffeine is the magic ingredient that powers our love for coffee, chronic stress often fuels high-performing individuals. But something interesting is happening in the world of stress management—a kind of sea change. In 2014, we started to see a stampede of businesses embrace the ancient art of meditation as an effective countermeasure to…
  • How To Tap Into Your Flow State

    Morgan Dix
    19 Feb 2015 | 12:45 pm
    In two hours in flow I can accomplish tremendous things! ~Sir Richard Branson Have you ever experienced a flow state? If you’re interested in unlocking the deeper formula underlying human purpose, meaning, and happiness, understanding the dynamics that help us experience flow in our lives is key. The concept of flow states became popular after psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi wrote a book on the topic in 1990 called Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience. A recent book called The Rise Of Superman by Steven Cotler has stoked a resurgence of interest in flow states and how…
  • 7 Ways Mindfulness Improves Your Performance At Work

    Morgan Dix
    14 Feb 2015 | 8:21 pm
    Can mindfulness improve your performance at work? Many businesses are embracing mindfulness and meditation training to help their employees. But what’s the actual benefit of mindfulness at work? And can it really help you? Work is an area where many of us experience our greatest sense of personal development. We’re rewarded when we perform well and motivated to keep honing our game. For high-performing individuals, it’s natural to want to do the best job possible. So can mindfulness help? According to a lot of people, yes it can. But maybe not in the way that you thought it could.
  • 5 Reasons You Might Fail At Meditation

    Morgan Dix
    7 Feb 2015 | 3:34 pm
    Meditation isn’t about what’s happening; it’s about how you relate to what’s happening. ~Sharon Salzberg Do you struggle to get your meditation practice off the ground? If you’re like many people, meditation can be hard to start. And even when you do get started, it’s often difficult to find a groove or sweet spot. When you start, meditation isn’t like lifting weights, running, or learning guitar, where you often see quick results. It takes time to reap the calming and clarifying benefits of your practice. Can you relate? No One Wants To Be Alone With Their Thoughts A lot of…
  • 5 Steps To Mindfully Embrace Criticism At Work & At Home

    Morgan Dix
    31 Jan 2015 | 3:49 pm
    Criticism may not be agreeable, but it is necessary. It fulfills the same function as pain in the human body. It calls attention to an unhealthy state of things. ~Winston Churchill Criticism. Yuck! I don’t know many people who enjoy or embrace it. Do you like criticism? I sure don’t. It’s always a bitter pill to swallow. But the truth is, feedback and criticism can help us grow. Thoughtful and caring criticism expands our horizons and helps us see beyond our blinkered views. Unless you want to live in a closet for the rest of your life, it’s pretty hard to avoid feedback and…
 
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    Spirituality and Health Connect

  • Be determined. It’s good for your health.

    Beverly Goldsmith
    17 Feb 2015 | 5:39 pm
    @Glowimages “The black hole of depression is not a place to be” said a close friend of mine. “Being scared of everything, always negative, and having no appetite for food or life makes you realize you have to do something .” So, with a resolve that never wavered, she pulled herself out of those dark feelings. Her triumph showed me how it’s possible to be determined, and that it’s good for your health. Listen to positive messages. Be encouraged. My friend’s determination to achieve emotional freedom began when she saw that her unhappy mental state was worrying her children. She…
  • Get on your bike! It’s good for your health.

    Beverly Goldsmith
    19 Jan 2015 | 10:00 am
    @Glowimages Model used for illustrative purposes. Hands up if you like to “get on your bike”! That’s great if you do. Not only is pedalling along in the fresh air a fun way to exercise, it’s good for your health. Cycling benefits mind and body. It increases physical, mental and social activity levels, boosts emotional health, improves well-being and strengthens self-confidence. The New England Journal of Medicine, even notes that people who cycle regularly, live longer and lead healthier lives. Get on your bike. It’s never too late. There are many benefits to be gained from joining…
  • This year have MORE gratitude. It’s good for your health.

    Beverly Goldsmith
    28 Dec 2014 | 7:05 pm
    ©Glow Images What will you be thinking about when the clock strikes midnight on December 31st ? Will you recall 2014 and anticipate 2015, with gratitude or grumbling?  To kick off the New Year and make it a good one, why not put more gratitude as number one on your self-improvement, to-do list? It’s good for your health. There’s growing evidence that gratitude makes you a more satisfied, happier, less stressed or depressed person. Grateful people actually sleep better because they think more positive and less negative thoughts at night. They also have more constructive ways of coping…
  • Celebrate a lasting gift that’s good for your health

    Beverly Goldsmith
    2 Dec 2014 | 10:00 am
    ©Glow Images “Nothing lasts forever”, so the saying goes. But often we wish people, places, or customs would stay the same. We like the familiar. It’s reassuring. Change can be upsetting. Yet when life-changes occur – especially at Christmas, it’s possible to celebrate a lasting gift that’s good for your health. Change happens Over the course of my life I’ve seen many changes – including Christmas celebrations. As a child, I’d wake to find gifts mysteriously left on my bed. My family enjoyed a traditional English roast dinner, ate hot plum pudding and sang songs about…
  • Have a reason to get out of bed! It’s good for your health

    Beverly Goldsmith
    12 Oct 2014 | 2:16 pm
    © Glow images. Model used for illustrative purposes What makes you get out of bed in the morning? Is it a job, getting the kids to school, something you’re looking forward to doing, or being useful to others? Having a reason to get out of bed is a huge motivational force to live life, and this is good for your health. A plaque I once saw in a gift shop, amusingly described our outlook on life at different stages. “Youth looks ahead. Old age looks back. Middle age looks worried.” Be youthful. Look optimistically ahead. People with “youthful thinking” anticipate being busy, doing…
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    Total Health Institute

  • Walnuts Stop Cancer and Reduce Cholesterol

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    22 Feb 2015 | 7:02 am
    An abundant source of antioxidants, walnuts are a good source of protein, fiber, and alpha linoleic acid – a  plant-based omega-3 fatty acid. Researchers from the University of California Davis (California, USA), fed mice either whole walnuts (equivalent of 2.6 ounces for humans), walnut oil or a walnut-like fat for 18 weeks. Both the walnuts and walnut oil slowed prostate cancer growth in mice.  Notably, walnuts and walnut oil increased MSMB mRNA a tumor suppressor and decreased COX-2 mRNA, both reported to inhibit prostate tumor growth.  In addition, both walnuts and walnut oil reduced…
  • Mercury and seafood are risk factors for autoimmune disease

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    15 Feb 2015 | 5:36 am
    One of the greatest risk factors for autoimmunity may be associated with exposure to mercury such as through seafood, a new University of Michigan study says. The findings found that mercury — even at low levels generally considered safe — was associated with autoimmunity. Autoimmune disorders, which cause the body’s immune system to attack healthy cells by mistake, affects nearly 50 million Americans and predominately women. “We don’t have a very good sense of why people develop autoimmune disorders,” says lead author the associate professor in the…
  • Nature, religion and art are some of life’s best anti-inflammatories

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    8 Feb 2015 | 5:03 am
    Taking in such beautiful wonders as the Grand Canyon, Sistine Chapel ceiling may give a boost to the body’s defense system, according to new research from UC Berkeley. Researchers have linked positive emotions — especially the awe we feel when touched by the beauty of nature, art and spirituality — with lower levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines, which are proteins that signal the immune system to work harder. “Our findings demonstrate that positive emotions are associated with the markers of good health,” said researcher at the University of Toronto and lead…
  • Brain Inflammation Causes Major Depression

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    1 Feb 2015 | 4:59 am
    A new study by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) found that the measure of brain inflammation in people who were experiencing clinical depression was increased by 30 per cent. The findings have important implications for developing new treatments for depression. “This finding provides the most compelling evidence to date of brain inflammation during a major depressive episode,” says senior author of CAMH’s Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute. “Previous studies have looked at markers of inflammation in blood, but this is the first definitive…
  • Two are Always Better than One when Restoring Health

    Dr. Keith Nemec
    25 Jan 2015 | 4:18 am
    People are more successful in taking up healthy habits if their partner makes positive changes too, according to research published in JAMA Internal Medicine. Scientists at UCL funded by Cancer Research UK, the British Heart Foundation, and the National Institute on Aging looked at how likely people were to quit smoking, start being active, or lose weight in relation to what their partner did. They found that people were more successful in swapping bad habits for good ones if their partner made a change as well. For example, among women who smoked, 50 per cent managed to quit if their spouse…
 
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    Alternative Medicine Now

  • Holistic Treatments for Dehydration

    Michael Guerin
    25 Feb 2015 | 8:25 am
    Here’s a simple fact for you… most of us simply don’t drink enough water. In fact, according the video each person should drink 35ml of liquids per kg, or roughly 1 ounce for every 2.2 pounds of body weight. So if you weigh 135 pounds that comes out to roughly 60 ounces of water per day, or 7 and a half 8 ounce glasses of water per day. However, you can substitute the right foods and beverages for water, as this video discusses nutritional treatments for dehydration… Are you looking for a healthy and effective way to lose weight? Click the link for a revolutionary…
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    Online Hypnosis MP3 Downloads By HypnoBusters

  • Childbirth And HypnoBirthing – Is Fear Getting In The Way?

    Jon Rhodes
    15 Feb 2015 | 3:11 am
    When you change the way you view birth, the way you birth will change -Marie Mongan The topic of childbirth is a very interesting one. When you look at animals in the wild, serious complications during birth are incredibly rare, and are often referred to as a “freak accident”. The same SHOULD be for human […] The post Childbirth And HypnoBirthing – Is Fear Getting In The Way? appeared first on Online Hypnosis MP3 Downloads By HypnoBusters.
  • How To Be More Assertive : 10 Strategies To Increase Your Assertiveness

    Jon Rhodes
    31 Jan 2015 | 4:36 am
    If you want more respect, a better job, more friends, improved health, more money and a better life, then learn how to be more assertive. Being assertive is KEY to a great life. Do these scenarios sound familiar?.. You’re at a restaurant and don’t like your meal. Perhaps it’s too dry, over cooked, or salty. […] The post How To Be More Assertive : 10 Strategies To Increase Your Assertiveness appeared first on Online Hypnosis MP3 Downloads By HypnoBusters.
  • How Language Can Limit Your World

    Jon Rhodes
    29 Jan 2015 | 9:02 am
    “The limits of my language means the limits of my world.” Ludwig Wittgenstein The dictionary defines “possible” as something that may or may not be done. When you say that “it’s not possible”, or that you “can’t”, you immediately take the power away from yourself. Your subconscious mind knows what “possible” means, so when you […] The post How Language Can Limit Your World appeared first on Online Hypnosis MP3 Downloads By HypnoBusters.
  • Be More Assertive Hypnosis MP3

    Jake Rhodes
    27 Jan 2015 | 11:03 am
    Do you find it difficult to stick up for yourself? Maybe you’re worried about getting into a confrontation, or worried you’ll be seen as aggressive? This is because you’re not assertive enough. Does this happen to you… Do you bottle up your thoughts and feelings? Someone takes advantage of you and you know it. You […] The post Be More Assertive Hypnosis MP3 appeared first on Online Hypnosis MP3 Downloads By HypnoBusters.
  • Pain is merely a construct of your mind

    Jon Rhodes
    19 Jan 2015 | 2:15 am
    This is a guest post from Aaron Braun.   Aaron Braun considers himself a student of life. He is a proponent of wisdom literature, meditation and hypnosis, has studied the power of thought, and the great capabilities of the human mind.    If you’re interested in his writings, you can find his personal Facebook page […] The post Pain is merely a construct of your mind appeared first on Online Hypnosis MP3 Downloads By HypnoBusters.
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  • February is American Heart Month

    Cancer Treatment
    16 Feb 2015 | 5:19 pm
    What is American Heart Month? Since the month of September 2011, it has been the great initiative from the Department of Health and Human Services in US to have the program Million Hearts. It is a national initiative to achieve the prevention of millions of heart attacks and strokes among Americans by the year 2017. Heart attacks are the nation’s #1 killer among American people. The American Heart Association has been busy pushing this campaign and promoting awareness to inform everyone that heart diseases can be avoided through proper and healthy lifestyle. Community events are done to…
  • Know the 3 Secrets Why Cancer Cure Improves with Yoga

    Cancer Treatment
    9 Feb 2015 | 5:27 pm
                Image Source: Wikimedia Why Yoga? Patients afflicted with cancer find yoga to be a great stress reliever. Even those who are so weak from the treatments will find relief from doing the yoga poses even if it’s only a small movement The toughest part of fighting cancer is the pain and the fatigue caused by the cancer treatment in addition to coping up with the sickness of the body. More people are getting interested in using holistic means to healing from cancer. Here are some reasons why you should look into Yoga as an alternative medicine Yoga detoxifies the body Yoga…
  • The 4 Best Mindset Hacks for Cancer Cure

    Cancer Treatment
    2 Feb 2015 | 5:36 pm
                                                                               Image Source: Pexels Having a positive mindset is very important in curing cancer. Being optimistic increases the chances of survival and gives you the will to move forward with the treatment even if your body no longer wants to continue. There are countless stories of survival from people who got cancer and lived to tell about it. They became stronger, wiser, and more conscious of their health. Their will to survive through all the pain is such an inspiration and one contributing…
  • Dieting Tips for Liver Cancer Patients

    Cancer Treatment
    25 Jan 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Your liver has one of the most important functions in the  body. It processes the foods and anything that you drink and turns it into the nutrients and  energy which is stored and used by the body in its daily activities.  Aside from that, it leaves out the harmful substances which  are in the blood. Due to its important function, the liver is very susceptible to disease, such as liver cancer.  According to liverfoundation.org, about 30,000 Americans are diagnosed with liver cancer  per year. Patients who are undertaking treatments to fight liver cancer also undergo a lot of changes and…
  • Cancer Problems: Top 5 Myths Revealed

    Cancer Treatment
    19 Jan 2015 | 4:36 pm
    There are scary claims you can see on the internet regarding myths about cancer problems that may be taken as fact. But before these things make you uneasy or panicky, take a look at this list to avoid further misconceptions. Myth 1: Lipstick and Lead issue One myth is that cosmetics such as lipsticks have a substance called lead that is a cancer-causing agent. There was allegedly a list of product names of cosmetics which were probably containing lead but was later on denied by the manufacturers of the brands. This information was leaked through emails and through other social networking…
 
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    INTEGRATIVE HEALTH

  • Changes to this site – including recommendations

    V
    26 Feb 2015 | 7:47 pm
    Many changes are afoot for this page. A full name change is necessary since the recent interest in not just the name Chrysalis Health but Chrysalis Integrated/Integrative, Chrysalis Homoeopathics, Chrysalis Naturals and so on. For a word that was nowhere to be found when I began, it is now one of the most used/misused words […]
  • WELCOME – AND HOW TO USE THIS SITE…

    V
    1 Feb 2015 | 7:05 pm
    Thanks for visiting this page, which has been set up by an integrative health professional – in the words of one of my patients/friends – a ‘comprehensive’ health service. Please know all the advice on this blog has come at great personal and professional cost, over a 3 decade career, integrating a wide range of […]
  • How To Follow The Chrysalis Protocol for Chronic Fatigue

    V
    16 Nov 2014 | 5:42 pm
    The Chrysalis blog was set up to direct people, no matter where you are in the world, to finding answers for free to your health. Due to sheer numbers of CFS/ME/lyme/Fibro patients asking for help I set up this page. I then found that my facebook pages were taking hours to write every single day, […]
  • This could be your testimony

    V
    16 Nov 2014 | 5:34 pm
    The following is an unsolicited testimony – or rather a combination of a number of testimonies written by the same patient, as she began and moved through my protocol. “I have suffered the severe autoimmune disease labeled by different doctors as CFS, lyme, ME and a string of others. When I first became unwell I […]
  • Vaccination Truth

    V
    14 Nov 2014 | 7:17 pm
    As a former nurse, researcher, writer and natural health practitioner, my dealings with vaccination went far deeper than most medical experts could claim – personally and professionally. This post was triggered by an episode of my favourite TV series – Bramwell… If you get to read the original history of vaccination, it soon becomes more […]
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    Holistic Healing Blog

  • Make Homemade Deodorant

    23 Feb 2015 | 10:56 am
    Make a natural homemade deodorant using ingredients such as baking soda, coconut oil, and essential oils. You want to use ingredients that absorb perspiration and kill odor-causing bacteria.
  • 10 Homemade Lip Balm Recipes

    20 Feb 2015 | 1:34 pm
    The basic ingredients for homemade lip balm recipes include beeswax, carrier oils or butters, and often essential oils. Some recipes also include ingredients such as honey.
  • History of Aromatherapy

    14 Feb 2015 | 1:12 pm
    Although aromatic oils have been used for centuries, the modern history of aromatherapy and essential oils dates from the early 20th century. Get some information about that history.
  • Epilepsy and Essential Oils

    7 Feb 2015 | 4:08 pm
    If you have epilepsy and want to use aromatherapy, it's important to understand how epilepsy and essential oils might interact. Information on what to avoid and what might help.
  • Using an Essential Oil Aphrodisiac to Spice Up Your Love Life

    30 Jan 2015 | 7:15 pm
    How to use an essential oil aphrodisiac for aromatherapy romance to add some spice to your love life. Suggestions include cinnamon, jasmine, patchouli, rose, sandalwood, vanilla, or ylang ylang.
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    Rapid Home Remedies

  • How to Get Rid of Blackheads on Nose

    Avni
    25 Feb 2015 | 7:42 pm
    How to get rid of blackheads on nose is a very common question asked by many who really do not like to make public appearances with these tiny dark spots on their nose and also on face. These blackheads, also called comedones occur when the pores of your skin become clogged with dirt, oil and bacteria. At first they are white but gradually as they get exposed to air and pollutants in your environment, they become unsightly dark deep blackheads. Blackheads on nose are common. They are also not very uncommon on forehead and chin. It is not always necessary that blackheads will appear only if…
  • Honey for Acne – Use Honey to Remove Acne and its Scars

    Avni
    18 Feb 2015 | 9:24 pm
    Honey for acne may not be a new concept for you. You might have read about many remedies for acne that use honey in various forms. If you are curious to know about how does honey help acne removal or whether, in the first place, is honey good for acne, you have come to the right place. This article will tell you all about the miraculous honey and its effects on acne. Why is Honey Good for Acne? As you may know, acne is a skin disease involving your sebaceous glands and hair follicles. It is due to excessive oil secretion and trapped dust with oil in your hair follicles that may become a…
  • Home Remedies for Diaper Rash

    Sara
    12 Feb 2015 | 9:24 pm
    Your baby is so soft and delicate that even a good quality diaper can give him a rash! If your baby is suffering from diaper rash, you may be able to see such signs as inflamed skin and a rash in the area that comes in contact with diaper. Not only does a diaper rash irritates your child but can also lead to bacterial or yeast infection, particularly if these rashes are not treated in time and are allowed to grow. While there are various natural remedies for diaper rash including some severe diaper rash remedies, it is advisable to see the doctor if these diaper rash remedies do not seem to…
  • How to Get Rid of Under the Skin Pimples

    Sara
    8 Feb 2015 | 7:39 pm
    Pimples, acne or sebaceous cysts, all are unpleasant and painful but the blind pimples or the under the skin pimples are more so because it is near the nerves deep within your skin. If you feel pain and swelling on your chin, nose or behind the ears, you should become ready for a red pimple that can now burst anytime through the surface of your skin. For the time being you can only see a slightly pink area of inflamed skin there. While nose and behind the ears are the most common areas where under the skin pimples develop, they can form anywhere on the surface of your face. The causes for…
  • Home Remedies to get rid of an Upset Stomach

    Sara
    28 Jan 2015 | 7:42 pm
    When you feel discomfort or pain in your upper abdomen, you can call it upset stomach. It is actually a condition called Dyspepsia commonly known as indigestion. In this condition, you suffer from multiple symptoms that may include bloating, nausea and burping. Upset stomach, generally, is due to stomach acid that comes in contact with the mucosa of your digestive system. Mucosa is the protective lining of your digestive system which is also very sensitive to handle the harsh stomach acid. This acid breaks down the mucosa which then leads to irritation and inflammation giving you an upset…
 
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  • Alcohol as Medicine: Is Alcohol Natural? Alcohol Benefits

    night-hawk
    20 Feb 2015 | 11:16 am
    Alcohol as Medicine: A century ago, alcohol was legitimate medicine. So its alcohol good? Moderate drinking can offer some health benefits, so If you like drink, keep it moderate. Some studies have consistently shown that people who don’t consume any alcohol at all tend to die before people who do. One think for sure. If […] The post Alcohol as Medicine: Is Alcohol Natural? Alcohol Benefits appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
  • Fish as an Alternative Asthma Treatment in India

    night-hawk
    17 Feb 2015 | 11:59 am
    The post Fish as an Alternative Asthma Treatment in India appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
  • Dalai Lama Quotes

    night-hawk
    10 Feb 2015 | 10:25 am
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  • Gastritis Natural Remedies Cure

    night-hawk
    8 Feb 2015 | 12:42 pm
    I’m suffering from chronic Gastritis for many years. Gastritis can either be a mild or acute… In some cases, it can also be chronic like mine. Gastritis characterized by pre-ulcerative inflammation of the lining of the stomach and atrophying of the mucosal membranes. Many people feel upper abdominal discomfort and others may not experience symptoms […] The post Gastritis Natural Remedies Cure appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
  • Why Are People Feeling Sick After Shower?

    night-hawk
    1 Feb 2015 | 11:41 am
    Do you feeling sick after shower? Are your daily showers bad for your health? Actually It is very common. Let’s look at the reasons, why people feeling sick after shower. First, hot water can raise your blood pressure and hyper-stimulate the immune system which can make you experience flu like symptoms like, light headed,  a […] The post Why Are People Feeling Sick After Shower? appeared first on Alternative Natural Treatments: Health and Medical Researches.
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  • The Best Food Combinations That Will do Wonders for Your Body

    Admin
    26 Feb 2015 | 1:43 pm
    By Admin Do you want a better skin, stronger bones or thinner figure? There are interesting food combinations that will help you to achieve these goals. Broccoli and Tomatoes = Control over Cancer The broccoli and tomatoes are very effective in the fight against cancer, and scientists have found that together they offer even greater protection. In […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: The Best Food Combinations That Will do Wonders for Your Body
  • Natural Drink Against Snoring

    Admin
    24 Feb 2015 | 12:28 pm
    By Admin People, who consume natural juices, use more fruit than vegetables in their mixtures. However, those who have problems with the cholesterol, who suffer from diabetes or high blood pressure, should be careful to maintain a balance. This means that they should use more vegetables in their drinks. If you have a problem with snoring and […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: Natural Drink Against Snoring
  • Artichoke as a Cure

    Admin
    23 Feb 2015 | 12:22 pm
    By Admin The artichoke as a cure has found its use in the medicine thanks to its rich vitamin and mineral composition, as well as the bitter substances that have extraordinary healing properties. The artichoke plant has very unusual, fleshy flowers of purple and gray-green color. The leaves are silver colored and they grow around the center […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: Artichoke as a Cure
  • Boost Your Immune System With This Amazing Drink

    Admin
    22 Feb 2015 | 12:26 pm
    By Admin The sudden changes in the temperature brought by this winter left consequences on our present condition. Regardless of whether you belong to that group of people who managed to avoid the  season colds, or you are one of those who were not lucky to avoid them, you should try this delicious recipe that will strengthen […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: Boost Your Immune System With This Amazing Drink
  • Health Benefits of Thyme Tea

    Admin
    22 Feb 2015 | 3:33 am
    By Admin The thyme (Thumus Serpyllum) is a favorite remedy in the folk medicine, and has been used for centuries, primarily it is a remedy for the digestive organs. The thyme is used against intestinal parasites, especially against threadworms. This herb is part of the products which are used in the treatment of the respiratory system. It […] This is a post from Forhealthbenefits.com Read the original post: Health Benefits of Thyme Tea
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    Elzac herbals
    23 Feb 2015 | 1:14 am
    Many Herbal Products fails DNA test!DNA testing on hundreds of bottles of store-brand herbal supplements sold as treatments for everything from memory loss to prostate trouble found that four out of five contained none of the herbs on the label. Instead, they were packed with cheap fillers such as wheat, rice, beans or houseplants.Based on the testing commissioned by his office, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Tuesday he has sent letters to the four major store chains involved — GNC, Target, Walmart and Walgreens — demanding that they immediately stop selling adulterated…
  • Press Release: UtiZac: A complete Women Tonic

    Elzac herbals
    28 Jan 2015 | 5:15 pm
    UtiZac is a complete Women tonic used in various problems related to Women. UtiZac is useful in Leukorrhea, swet parderhar, rakat, atiaartava, painful mensis, irregular mensis. UtiZac is composed of herbs that have strong effect as a uterine tonic. Quality herbs are used in the preparation of Uterine tonic. UtiZac gives patient best result with quick action.UtiZac is used for following Indications:RakatSwet ParderharAtiaartavaLeukorrheaPainful MensisIrregular MensisCOMPOSITION:Each 10 ml.
  • Press Release: ELBAS: An Herbal Alkaliser Syrup

    Elzac herbals
    27 Jan 2015 | 9:47 pm
    Elbas is an effective alkalizing Syrup. Alkaliser is used when long term maintenance of alkaline urine is desirable. Alkaliser syrup is used in patient with uric acid and cystine calculi of the urinary tract. It is also used in acidosis of certain renal tubular disorders. It is also used In muter kuch, renal calcui, urinary diathesis, painful micturition and uretha stone.ElBas is used for the following indications:Alkaliser Muter KuchRenal CalcuiUrinary DiathesisPainful MicturitionUretha StoneCOMPOSITIONS:Each 100 ml…
  • Press Release: HeptoLiv-Plus: Complete Herbal Liver Tonic

    Elzac herbals
    25 Jan 2015 | 12:02 am
    Herbal Liver Tonic (By Elzac Herbals)Heproliv Plus ( A Quality Product by Elzac Herbal India) is best herbal liver tonic that is made up of best quality herbs with world class formula. Herbal and Ayurvedic products are safe and having no side effects. HeptoLiv-plus contains only natural herbs and processed with quality control by well qualified staff. Herbs that are used in Hepto-Liv plus liver tonic are well accepted and used in various regions of world for cure and prevention of Liver damages and disorders. It contains nearly 19 herbs which have hepatoprotectives, antifibrinolytic,…
  • Quillaia:

    Elzac herbals
    20 Jan 2015 | 6:00 pm
    Quillaia is mainly found in Chile and Peru. In India, it is obtained in Northern Part.Other Names: Quilaya, Soap Bark, Panama woodBiological Name: Quillaja Saponaria MolinaFamily: RosaceaePart used: Inner part of BarkChemical Constituents: Quillaia contains triterpenoid saponin glycosides mainly quillaic acid and quillaia sapotoxin. It also contains sucrose and tannin.Uses:It is used as an Expectorant.It’s saponins are used as emulsifying agents for Tar and Volatile oil.It is also used in Detergents and Shampoo.visit us at www.elzac.in
 
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  • Hypnotic Wandering Minds

    ibaya99
    22 Feb 2015 | 2:09 pm
    The post Hypnotic Wandering Minds appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely.                          Use Hypnosis to Relax   Join the hypnotic wandering minds and use hypnosis to relax and to fall asleep more easily. The post Hypnotic Wandering Minds appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely.
  • Hypnotic Xmas and Happy New Year

    ibaya99
    30 Dec 2014 | 12:30 pm
    The post Hypnotic Xmas and Happy New Year appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely.  Hypnotic  Happy Xmas &                                                                               Happy New Year!!! The post Hypnotic Xmas and Happy New Year appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely.
  • Hypnosis & The Magic of Breathing

    ibaya99
    10 Dec 2014 | 2:20 pm
    The post Hypnosis & The Magic of Breathing appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely. Breathing: Key to Hypnosis, Relaxation, Meditation, Success… Breathing: The basis of life. Breathing is the thin line that distinguishes us from being alive in a body and ‘the other’ realm. Breathing is also what is used consciously in meditation techniques to relax and attune to the vibrations of the universe. The path to enter into hypnotic trance is also preceded by focusing specifically on breathing. When we focus on our breathing they say that we connect and become one…
  • Hypnosis as a performance enhancer

    ibaya99
    12 Nov 2014 | 5:35 am
    The post Hypnosis as a performance enhancer appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely. Hypnosis as a performance enhancer Hypnosis works great as a sport performance enhancer Hypnosis has been used for many years and by many people as a performance enhancer.  It makes sense. In hypnosis, the main part of the process is the visualization. This might be triggered on the part of the suggestions offered by a hypnotist but can also flow out of yourself. Experiments have been conducted in which one basketball team recurrently visualized 3 weeks before the match to perform in top condition…
  • Hypnosis, great to pamper yourself!

    ibaya99
    1 Nov 2014 | 3:54 am
    The post Hypnosis, great to pamper yourself! appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely. Hypnosis helps you to get in contact with your inner self and universe.   The post Hypnosis, great to pamper yourself! appeared first on How to Hypnotize Someone Safely.
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  • Top 41 Foods That Reverse Diabetes

    Dr. Victor Marchione
    27 Feb 2015 | 1:00 am
    A healthy diet is extremely important for anyone, but it’s especially important for diabetics. Many foods we consume are turned into glucose (sugar), which the body uses for energy during the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. When the pancreas fails to produce the hormone insulin, blood sugar cannot get into the body’s cells. (Fortunately, you can help to prevent and even reverse diabetes with the diabetes-fighting foods listed below!) According to the annual National Diabetes Statistics Report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 9.3% of Americans suffer…
  • What’s Behind Your Lack of Motivation to Exercise?

    Adrian Newman
    27 Feb 2015 | 12:00 am
    Why do some people stick with an exercise program, while you might not? You might be trying as hard as you can to work towards a goal, but find yourself struggling to stay motivated with each passing day. Scientists have been trying to answer this question for years. Some studies show that genetics and personality might play a role, while there are the obvious daily obstacles many of us have to overcome—work, family, and finding the time. But what makes some people, with similar obstacles, more likely to stick with exercise? Most people have … Read MoreThis article What’s Behind…
  • How Keeping Company Is Beneficial to Healing

    Adrian Newman
    26 Feb 2015 | 1:00 am
    We’re still stuck in winter and, while I’d like to think spring is right around the corner, the short days and cold weather make it difficult to believe. That’s especially true if the combined effects of winter and illness mean you’re stuck inside and spring won’t bring that much more joy. But did you know that if you’re sick and lonely, it’s quite possible you’re making your illness worse? Self-Blame Worsens Illness, Causes Isolation Learning that you have a chronic illness or injury and having to deal with it is an extremely difficult process. It’s … Read MoreThis…
  • The Facts Are In: Age Is Nothing But a Number

    Dr. Richard Foxx
    26 Feb 2015 | 12:00 am
    Another study has come out showing that how you feel about your age may be more of a determinant in your life expectancy than your actual age. You’ve heard it before and now there’s proof: age is nothing but a number. These studies keep piling up, and they indicate that your personal perception of health and age, along with your general life outlook, play a major role in longevity. So if you feel sick, tired, and older than you are, there’s a better chance you’ll die younger than somebody who sees his or herself as … Read MoreThis article The Facts Are In: Age Is Nothing But a…
  • Three Natural Ways to Fight Stress

    Adrian Newman
    25 Feb 2015 | 1:00 am
    Stress reduction is a very hot topic these days because people are stressed to the max. I know there are some days when I certainly am, and I’m sure you’ve had those days, too. Unfortunately, those daily stressors that add up, like money issues, work demands, family life, and traffic, aren’t going away anytime soon. Furthermore, this is a difficult time of year. The holidays may be over, but for some of us, the bills are still being paid off. The weather has been erratic and dangerous, making it difficult to travel and get errands … Read MoreThis article Three Natural Ways to…
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    26 Feb 2015 | 11:09 pm
    Join the Herbazest World! Find our most popular content and interact with others who also want to spread the word on healthy living.
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    This book is packed with info about herbs and their medicinal, culinary, and household uses.
  • The Healing Power of Rainforest Herbs

    26 Feb 2015 | 11:06 pm
    This guide contains both traditional and modern takes on medicinal herbs unique to the rainforest.
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  • Mate

    26 Feb 2015 | 11:01 pm
    Mate makes a popular beverage choice in South America, but the wider world is less aware of its amazing health benefits. Read on to discover them all.
 
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  • Top 10 Appetite Suppressants For Healthy Weight Loss

    Ajithkumar
    8 Feb 2015 | 8:01 pm
    There are only two ways that you can lose weight. The first is to burn more calories, either through physical activities or increasing the basal metabolic rate (speeding up your metabolism), and the second option is to decrease your calorie intake. Most common diet pills in the market are made up of appetite suppressants. The […]
  • Cayenne Pepper – Top 10 Medicinal Benefits of Cayenne Pepper

    Ajithkumar
    4 Feb 2015 | 4:44 pm
    “Food is medicine – medicine is food” – A famous Ancient South Indian saying. In India tasty recipes were developed with herbs and spices to keep our bodies in perfect harmony and balance. One of those important herb-spices is cayenne pepper. South Indians and native Americans have used Cayenne as both food and medicine for over 9,000 […]
  • Natural Protein Could Beat Insulin Resistance And Provide A New Treatment For Diabetes

    Ajithkumar
    4 Feb 2015 | 2:29 am
    By Merlin Thomas, Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute Insulin is a hormone that helps control glucose (blood sugar) levels in the blood, which tend to increase after meals. People suffering from type-2 diabetes are resistant to the glucose-lowering effects of insulin. Few medicines can safely reduce this insulin resistance. But new research on mice, […]
  • 10 Common Cancer Causing Foods That You Probably Eat Everyday

    Ajithkumar
    1 Feb 2015 | 6:19 pm
    It is not something that we think about often, if the food we eat contains carcinogens. However every year the number of people diagnosed with cancer keeps increasing, with almost 1.5 million diagnosed last year. The disease is becoming increasingly prevalent among the younger population as well. Perhaps it is time our generation had a serious […]
  • Top 10 Herbs For Living Longer With Full Vitality – Immortality Herbs

    Ajithkumar
    30 Jan 2015 | 1:42 am
    Ayurveda, the Ancient Indian system of healing, literally means “the science of life”. Unlike some hearsay and superstition based remedies, in Ayurveda, everything is based on science. This science also extends to understanding and executing one’s daily routine in a particular way, to promote balance and well-being. Ayurveda is all about knowing our body, supplementing […]
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  • 5 Best Homeopathic Medicines for Obesity or Weight Loss

    Dr Harsh Sharma
    24 Feb 2015 | 6:02 am
    Obesity or excess of fat is a worldwide epidemic that is increasing day by day. It is much more prevalent in US, Canada and other parts of the western world. This does not in any way mean that it is absent in Asia or Africa. The percentages might be a little lower but the trend is upwards only. Role of diet and exercise for weight loss or reducing obesity Diet and lack of exercise are the two most important factors that contribute to obesity. While the modern day diet is becoming more and more full of fats, sweets and empty calories, it is becoming devoid of nutritious vitamins and minerals.
  • Obesity, causes, complications and prevention

    Dr Harsh Sharma
    21 Feb 2015 | 5:43 am
    Obesity is a common problem that has almost taken the shape of an epidemic. In fact, obesity has been recognized formally by WHO as a global epidemic in 1997. Informed estimates suggest that almost 500 -600 million people worldwide are obese. That is almost 10% of the global population. This problem is worse in the western world, more so in US, Canada, Australia and Europe. So one can have a fair estimate of how serious this epidemic of obesity is. What is Obesity Obesity can be defined as having too much fat. It can be said to be a condition in which excess body fat is detrimental to one’s…
  • Cured Case of Ptosis or Drooping Eyelid

    Dr Harsh Sharma
    20 Feb 2015 | 5:10 am
    Ptosis- Before Treatment Ptosis -After Treatment The patient of Ptosis or Drooping Eyelid I have received some suggestions from some readers who want me to present some cured cases. On their suggestion, I am hereby presenting a cured case of ptosis or drooping eyelid. A couple of months ago, a young teenaged boy was brought to me. He was about 14 years of age. His physical build was just about normal, neither obese nor skinny. His height too was just right for his age. His father had a tinge of panic in his tone. The reason for this worry and sense of panic was the teenager. An…
  • Ptosis or Drooping Eyelid

    Dr Harsh Sharma
    16 Feb 2015 | 10:30 pm
    Ptosis or Drooping Eyelid Ptosis ( pronounced as tosis) is the medical term for the drooping of the upper eyelid. The word Ptosis originated from the Greek language. It means ‘to fall’. Ptosis may be defined as falling down or prolapse of any organ or body part. Here we are concerned about the prolapse of the upper eyelid. Ptosis or drooping of the eyelid may be mild when it slightly lowers the upper eyelid. It may be barely noticeable in such cases. It may be severe when the eyelid completely descends over the pupil. It tends to completely occlude the vision. This causes difficulty in…
  • 5 Best Homeopathic Medicines for Toothache

    Dr Harsh Sharma
    14 Feb 2015 | 6:48 am
    Toothache Toothache can be excruciating and really distressing. One only needs to experience it once to understand how painful and irritating it can be. Toothache is the most common reason for a visit to a dentist. It is human nature to keep putting things off till the time one has no other option than to take action. That is why most people tend to neglect tooth problems till the pain makes a visit to a dentist inevitable. Causes of toothache Toothache may occur due to some dental cause or even when the cause is not of dental origin. This may be due to sinusitis or an ear infection or a jaw…
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    Reversing Aging Naturally

  • Benefits Of Magnesium Oil What Are They How To Make It

    Pauline Downie
    26 Feb 2015 | 7:48 pm
    Well, the obvious reason you are here, is because you are looking into the benefits of magnesium oil. I myself, made this very same journey a few years back, and I am happy to report to you, that magnesium spray benefits, is everything you have heard about and more. I hope I can enlighten you … Continue reading »
  • Taking Care Of YourSelf With Pictures

    Pauline Downie
    22 Feb 2015 | 5:59 pm
    What is taking care of yourself? It is taking the time to pamper and enjoy who you really are. You know, for most of my life, I don’t think I ever gave a thought to how or if I was looking after myself. How to take good care of yourself, really is easy, yet I managed … Continue reading »
  • Feelings Of Worthlessness Set Yourself Free

    Pauline Downie
    8 Feb 2015 | 4:56 pm
    Feelings of worthlessness can become so entrenched in who you are, it can be almost, and is, excruciatingly difficult to separate feeling worthless from feeling worth. Feeling worthless means you don’t feel good enough, and no matter how hard you try, just when you feel like you are taking control, and starting to feel worth … Continue reading »
  • How To Deal With Anger And Live A Happier Life

    Pauline Downie
    6 Feb 2015 | 10:09 pm
    This is a big one, how to deal with anger.  Every where you look these days, someone is getting angry, especially out on the road, they don’t call it ‘road rage’ for no reason. Dealing with anger really is not as complicated or as hard, as many people think.  Of course, I was one of … Continue reading »
  • Being In Denial You Cant Handle The Truth

    Pauline Downie
    5 Feb 2015 | 10:48 pm
    Being in denial, is not looking at the truth in your life, it is a way of pretending it is not happening, or it does not exist. As Jack Nicholson once said, in a scene from the movie, ‘A Few Good Men’, “you can’t handle the truth!” And this my friend, is what being in denial … Continue reading »
 
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  • Colon Cancer – investigations

    bendomd
    12 Feb 2015 | 1:02 pm
    Colon cancer is confirmed using the following diagnostic methods: – Rigid rectoscopy (rectal cancer); – Flexible Recto-sigmoidoscopy (recto-sigmoid neoplasm); – Colonoscopy; – Colonography – CT; – Hemocult test. Rigid rectoscope helps exploring the first 20-25 centimeters of the rectum and sigmoid colon. This method allows the diagnosis of rectum cancer. If this investigation is completed with a rectal examination and anoscopy the evaluation of terminal portion of the digestive tract will be done correctly. The rectoscope is rigid, made of metal and is not…
  • Natural Treatment for Hemorrhoids

    bendomd
    10 Feb 2015 | 8:21 am
    Natural Treatment for Hemorrhoids: for a natural treatment of hemorrhoids, primarily is done a colon enema with white oak bark tea, Myrica cerifera bark or Geranium maculatum root at a temperature of 39-40 degrees, which will clean its entire length. Make a concentrated tea with hazel bark and a teaspoon of catnip, half a tablespoon of Sanguinaria canadensis. If you do not have access to other plants, you can only use the hazel bark and a teaspoon of catnip. Place a teaspoon of hazel bark and catnip per cup of boiling water. Leave to infuse for 20 minutes. If hemorrhoids are external, soak…
  • Remedies for Anal Itching and Anal Fissure

    bendomd
    6 Feb 2015 | 10:09 am
    Symptoms of anal fissure are: pain, bleeding and anal itching. These symptoms resemble those of hemorrhoids. Anal fissure appears as an ulcer of the skin as you can see in the picture. Ulcers occur where the skin is doing a junction with mucosa. An anal fissure will heal in a few weeks. Pain can be relieved by several methods and beside that there are measures that help prevent fissures. Consume a high amount of fibers and liquids. This will contribute to the consistency of stools which will be softer and easier to evacuate. If you have a diet low in fibers and liquids, stools can injure the…
  • Gingivitis – prevention, treatment

    bendomd
    6 Feb 2015 | 7:38 am
    Gingivitis treatment. Gingivitis occurs in almost all adults, but the intensity is different. The most common cause of tooth loss is gingivitis. Also, gingivitis is a manifestation (including the first) of periodontal disease. Gingivitis means inflammation of the gums. This inflammation of the gums translates through color change (from pink to red-blue), increased sensitivity and the bleeding that occurs during teeth wash. Causes of gingivitis: dental plaque, tartar. What can you do to relieve gingivitis? Wash and brush your gums at least 2 times a day for 3 minutes. Do it the right way. It…
  • Ulcer Pain remedies

    bendomd
    5 Feb 2015 | 6:44 am
    The most common cause of ulcer is the invasion of the duodenum and gastric mucosa with a spiral bacteria called Helicobacter pylori. This bacterium decreases the power of mucosal defense against gastric acid. Similar problems occur after consumption of aspirin and ibuprofen. Ulcer can be completely asymptomatic, but usually people with ulcer experience abdominal pain. Ulcer incidence is highest at 30 years. The most common ulcers are the duodenal types. Pain in the duodenal ulcer presents as a burning or painful hunger. The pain occurs in the upper abdomen and may radiate to the back. Pain is…
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  • Aromatherapy Appetite Suppressant: This Easy Weight Loss Method is Right Under Your Nose!

    Rebecca Gresch
    25 Feb 2015 | 11:11 am
    In this day and age, everyone is looking for a quick solution to weight loss. There are so many diet pills and weight control programs on the market, it's hard to know what is safe to use and what really works. Fads come and go, and last year's hot products are constantly being renamed and repackaged to give them new appeal. It's a fast-paced, multi-billion dollar industry.  Who has time to keep up with all of this? Most of us simply take the latest pills or subscribe to the new diet, based on claims and testimonies of "real people". When our results are not what we expected, we move on…
  • Vitamin D: The Key to a Healthy Colon

    Rebecca Gresch
    23 Feb 2015 | 4:36 pm
    Vitamin D is often called the Sunshine Vitamin, because our bodies naturally absorb this important nutrient from the sun. But did you know that vitamin D provides a tremendous benefit to a part of your body where the sun doesn't shine? The health of your colon is greatly affected by the level of vitamin D in your system. If you are deficient in vitamin D, your colon is likely a minefield of dangerous polyps, which can turn cancerous if left unchecked. Conversely, a body that is high on the vitamin D meter normally sports a healthy, smooth colon wall.I realize that the condition of your…
  • Christian Alternative to Health Insurance: A More Excellent Way Than Obamacare!

    Rebecca Gresch
    19 Feb 2015 | 10:28 am
    Our illustrious government is always looking for ways to "help" its citizens. At least, that is the guise under which they work. I, for one, could do with less government intervention (I mean...assistance). For years, a national healthcare program has been discussed. It would solve all of the country's ills and right the wrongs of insurance companies. Finally it arrived, wrapped in a shiny package called the Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare. From what I have seen, there is nothing affordable about it, unless you qualify for government subsidy. The plans are empty vessels with inflated…
  • How to Stop Bleeding: A Quick Way to Treat a Wound and Avoid Blood Loss

    Rebecca Gresch
    17 Feb 2015 | 6:40 pm
    Bleeding is the body's way of cleansing wounds. The flow of blood carries away dirt and debris that might cause infection, so a little bit of bleeding is actually a good thing. But a wound that bleeds excessively is dangerous. I'm sure you have heard the saying, "Life is in the blood." Therefore, if you lose too much blood, you may lose your life!For years I have known to apply pressure to a bleeding wound, and to keep it elevated above the level of your heart, if possible. These are first aid techniques that really work. But sometimes they don't work very quickly. I have tried to stop the…
  • Do You Grind Your Teeth? The Reason Why May Surprise You

    Rebecca Gresch
    14 Feb 2015 | 7:09 am
    Has your dentist informed you that you grind your teeth? Does your jaw ache when you wake up each morning? Many people suffer from this problem (officially know as bruxism), and they don't know why. Dental devices don't solve the issue. They only deal with the symptom. A mouth guard will prevent you from grinding your teeth at night, but the underlying problem will still exist. So what's causing this? The answer is surprisingly simple: magnesium deficiency. Don't feel bad. A large percentage of the population is deficient in magnesium. We get this mineral from green, leafy…
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