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Of fear, platitudes and roller coasters

February 11, 2015

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Of fear, platitudes and roller coasters by Scott Kalechstein (Grace) —  One fine day, the great past president Franklin D. Roosevelt channeled the future Tony Robbins and issued a peppy platitude that uplifted a nation in the throes of the Great Depression, and without Prozac: “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” […]

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Transform self-defeating patterns with homeopathy

February 10, 2015

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Transform self-defeating patterns with homeopathy by Dr. Steven D. Ehrlich —  Many people in the healing and personal growth communities share a common frustration. After years of working on their particular issues, they still find themselves stuck in self-defeating patterns. One reason for this might be because so much transformational work focuses on developing insight […]

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Having trouble sleeping?

February 9, 2015

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Having trouble sleeping? by Joanne Henning Tedesco —  Are you one of the millions of people who lie awake watching the clock and wondering if sleep will ever come? For most people who suffer from insomnia, falling asleep is no guarantee that the night will be restful, according to sleep experts. Many insomniacs also have […]

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Full Catrastrophe Living: Using the Wisdom of Your Body and Mind to Face Stress, Pain and Illness

February 8, 2015

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Full Catrastrophe Living: Using the Wisdom of Your Body and Mind to Face Stress, Pain and Illness by Jon Kabat-Zinn Ph.D. —  Kabat-Zinn, founder of the internationally renowned Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program, offers the definitive guide to using mindfulness — moment-to-moment-awareness — in coping with illness and daily tension. For 25 years, physicians have referred […]

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Diabetes — Are we all at risk?

February 7, 2015

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Diabetes — Are we all at risk? by Dr. Avé C. Sims —  Diabetes mellitus, also known as type II diabetes or late-onset diabetes, is currently the fourth leading cause of death by disease in the U.S., and the number of people afflicted is increasing by 6 percent annually. At this rate, the number of […]

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Spicy Cinnamon

February 6, 2015

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Spicy Cinnamon by Joanne Henning Tedesco —  Cinnamon comes from the inner bark of a tropical evergreen tree. There are between 50 and 250 different species of cinnamon, depending on which botanist you believe. The two main varieties are Cinnamomum cassia and Cinnamomum zeylanicum. Native to Sri Lanka, the best cinnamon grows along the coastal […]

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Yoga Harmony

February 5, 2015

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Yoga Harmony by Terry Oldfield —  Specifically designed for a full yoga class, this sinuous music embodies a vitality that is invigorating and enriching. The choreography of soft flutes mixed with light chimes, bells and keyboards creates a musical dance that is ideal for the healing arts and everyday listening. Oldfield has created an atmosphere […]

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Our body, our friend

February 4, 2015

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Our body, our friend by Mary Louse Delaney —  This quote under the picture is from Dr. David Hawkins’ book, The Eye of the I, -sparks many thoughts about the body. First, let’s explore the definition of the word lovable. Webster defines it as having characteristics that attract love or affection; adorable; endearing. Given that definition, […]

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I don’t think I can be hypnotized!

February 3, 2015

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I don’t think I can be hypnotized! by Irene Conlan — “I don’t think I can be hypnotized,” and “I went for hypnosis once, but couldnt ‘go under’” are common statements heard in the initial conversations with those inquiring about hypnotherapy. The fact is 90 to 95 percent of adults can be hypnotized. The best […]

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Nothing’s Wrong: A Man’s Guide to Managing His Feelings

February 2, 2015

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Nothing’s Wrong: A Man’s Guide to Managing His Feelings by David Kundtz —  This is a book for men who are ready to meet and shake hands with their other half — their feeling half — in order to become whole, entire people with healthy emotional lives. Kuntz shows them how to identify and express […]

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There is relief for headaches

February 1, 2015

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There is relief for headaches by Dr. Bill Gallagher —  If you suffer from headaches, you are not alone. The National Headache Foundation (NHF) estimates that more than 45 million Americans have chronic, recurring headaches. The good news is that you may not need to suffer — if you understand how they are caused and […]

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The problem with fragrances

January 31, 2015

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The problem with fragrances by Joanne Henning Tedesco —  Today, many products we buy have fragrance added to them, which makes them toxic. As many as 95 percent of chemicals used in fragrances are made from petroleum products, which are known to cause cancer, birth defects and damage to the brain, lungs and nerves. Some […]

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Buoyancy

January 30, 2015

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Buoyancy by Lori Larson —  Buoyancy features arrangements that celebrate the poetry of Rumi, the 13th century mystic, that opens the heart and lifts the soul to ecstatic new heights. The CD combines Larson’s original pop/jazz music that features acoustic and electric guitars, piano, synthesizers, cello, English horn, saxophone and percussion, all lushly produced to […]

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