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VOL 4 ISSUE 37

FEATURED ARTICLES:

  • What are we actually after?
    ● Interview with Jono Fisher from Wake Up Sydney!
    ●    What is Yoga Therapy?
    ●    Yoga and Ayurveda in the Treatment of Cancer
    ●    Negative Emotions: Nuisance or Necessity
    ●    How has our Yearning become Addiction?
    ●    Hair Standing on End
    ●    The Health Secrets of Fermentation
    ●    Zen and Tantra – Witnessing and Feeling

REGULAR ARTICLES:
REGULATION REVISITED – Steven Chong
MY STORY – Barefoot to Baby – Carolan Deacoon
NUTRITIOUS RECIPES – extracted from The Natural Menopause Plan Maryon Stewart
CRYSTAL HEALING – Golden Calcite with Cavansite – Simone Matthews
MUSINGS ON LIFE – World Views  – Ted Scott
ASTROLOGICALLY SPEAKING – Paola Emma
MUSIC PROFILE – Stiff Gins
BOOK PROFILE – I Shall Not Hate by Izzeldin Abuelaish

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PHYSICAL HEALING

Integrative Nutrition – a New Paradigm for the 21st Century
Everyone knows nutrition is key to health, but when people want nutritional advice, it’s not always straightforward who to ask. There are lots of people working in the health industry who, qualified or not, are all very capable of handing out nutritional advice.
Dr Casey Conroy

MENTAL HEALING

Should Unusual Behaviour Be Regarded as an Illness?
No behaviour, however unusual or eccentric, can be considered an illness. Behaviour can be approved of or condemned. Criminal behaviour is punished; altruistic behaviour is lauded. Neither are ‘diagnosed’ or ‘treated’; they are merely what might be termed ‘consequences’.
Tony Caves

 

 

Therapy using Salt from the Himalayas
For centuries, people have recognised the benefits of Himalayan salt therapy (also known as speleotherapy) to relieve respiratory illnesses, improve skin conditions and strengthen their immune systems. While salt therapy originated in Europe, it has now made its way to Australia so people of all ages can benefit from its natural healing properties.
Shaun Taylor


EMOTIONAL HEALING

Feel the fear, Do it Anyway, and Unblock your Path to Abundance
Unfortunately healing is not the only thing shut down by fear. Abundance works in exactly the same way. You simply can’t experience fear and abundance at the same time. They are mutually exclusive.
Andrew Powell

Healing the Wounds of Love
Some of our most affecting experiences have occurred when we were too young, too immature or too distracted to comprehend the full import of what was happening. So we are left with distortions in our story about how life actually works, and significantly, we still may carry painfully charged emotions that were not fully experienced.
Jeremiah Abrams

Weeding and Seeding the Garden of our Future
Now that we’re half way through 2012, there is the sense that things are different, that the future will be different and the world is changing – radically. The questions is, what sort of world are we creating and what will this new world hold for us personally?
Anne Matheson


Letting Go of Anxiety

Anxiety is a common complaint for many people and has been described as having feelings of fear or being anxious. It is something many of us will experience in our lives but will become more of a concern if you suffer from fear-based feelings consistently.
Robert Reeves


SPIRITUAL HEALING

A Prayer without Words – Music as Healing
A patient in hospital recently said “thank you for praying for me without words” after listening to beautiful soothing music and sound at her bedside. This is often the heartfelt response given by hospital patients after receiving a sound healing experience just when they need it most.
Heather Frahn

BOOK EXTRACTS

Growing Yourself Up
How do you think your original family has influenced how grown up you are? The way our parents responded to our childhood expressions of protest and neediness can shed plenty of light on how much space we had to begin to develop our inner adult.
Jenny Brown

PHYSICAL/SPIRITUAL HEALING

What is Yoga therapy?
We are probably all quite familiar with a typical Yoga class, with its content and pace largely at the discretion of the teacher. Class sizes vary from a few people up to 30+ and usually participants will have a varying level of skill and experience. Because of the inherent transformative powers of Yoga there’s a good chance that whatever class you find yourself in you will feel better a the end of it than you did when you walked in. But what if you need more?
Jennifer Schrader

Plus Regular Articles which include:

ART PROFILE – Rod Moss
NUTRITIOUS RECIPES – Sandra Ramacher
CRYSTAL HEALING – Simon Mathews
MUSINGS ON LIFE – Ted Scott

ASTROLOGICALLY SPEAKING
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TREATMENT REVIEW – Thai Massage

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