The Art of Healing is a media organisation which provides information that informs and educates readers about health and healing alternatives. A print magazine is produced quarterly which is distributed to newsagencies throughout Australia. Subscriptions are also available in print and digital formats. Our aim is to deliver reliable information on how to attain and sustain wellness, using the most natural means possible and incorporating the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social and environmental aspects of wellbeing. The Art of Healing thereby supports a holistic approach to wellbeing with a focus on the individual, and provides solutions that assist people to lead more responsible, conscious, and mindful lives on planet earth. The Art of Healing sees integrative medicine and complementary
healthcare as the way of the future.
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Beyond the crippling fatigue, the morning joint stiffness, diffuse muscle and joint pain (fibromyalgia), the accompanying anxiety and depression of hypothyroidism can become debilitating..
The New Life Foundation is a mindful recovery community that offers a rich learning space for people who are suffering because of stress, burnout, depression, abuse, and relationship or addiction issues.
The book, The Path of the Empress explores the feminine power of transformation and how women can strengthen their erotic aura, bring determination and flexibility into harmony, use anger strategically.
In ancient times people would actively engage with their dreams and ask for guidance on a wide range of issues, from the mundane to the profound, from when to plant their crops to what offerings they should make their deities.
"Your blood keeps pumping because, like, you're really mad. And you start to get sweaty because you're getting really, really mad. And then when you start getting really mad, you turn red." Entirely un-scripted, this video was filmed on a Saturday afternoon with students of Citizens of the World Charter School in Mar Vista, California, and their families. These 6-year old kids began learning mindfulness techniques in Kindergarten and can teach us all a thing or two about coping with difficult emotions.
The invention of synthetic plastic created an era of disposable products. Watertight and endlessly malleable, plastic is the perfect invention yet, its miraculous durability is also its curse because it never goes away. In the early 21st Century, rumours about an island of garbage somewhere in the Paciﬁc Ocean, started to rise. TV host and ﬁlmmaker Angela Sun, decided to investigate. Her journey takes her thousands of miles from human civilization. There, in what should be a remote tropical paradise, she discovers an ecosystem inundated by plastic waste. Exposed to seawater and sunlight, tons of discarded plastics are breaking down into smaller fragments resembling food to ﬁsh and birds.
LATEST NEWS AND RESEARCH
The 9 Best Herbs for Lung Cleansing and Respiratory Support
Your respiratory system is constantly working. All day, every day, it is the vehicle for oxygen to enter your body. Unfortunately, it can also be an entry point for pollutants, irritants, dust, mould, fungus, harmful organisms, and other toxins. Unless you’re living in a bubble, the constant assault from impurities can take its toll.
The human body is about is 70% water. Newborns are roughly 80% water, and the elderly are as little as 50% water. Our muscles are about 75% water. Even our bones, which seem completely solid, are 25% water. Without food, we would eventually die, but without water, we would die a lot sooner.
How to Build Immunity to Other People’s Control Dramas
Many people go through their lives in a constant hunt for someone else’s energy. It is unconscious in many people. All they know is that when they control others they feel better. What they don’t realise is that this sense of feeling better costs the other person. It is their energy that is stolen.
10 Significant Reasons Why Regularly Drinking Green Tea Is An Awesome Healthy Living Habit!
Tea is one of the oldest drinks (used for almost 50 centuries in Asia) and – after water – the most common beverage people enjoy the world over (Mandel et al. 2008). Native to China, it comes from the evergreen plant Camellia sinensis. A cup of tea contains numerous compounds in varying quantities: vitamins, polyphenols, caffeine, fluoride, sugars, amino acids, proteins, minerals, chlorophyll and others (Zhao et al. 2013). Which tea is produced (white, green, oolong or black) depends on the subsequent processing of harvested Camellia leaves. Teas can be classified as non-fermented (green and white teas), semi-fermented (oolong tea), and fermented (black tea).