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Summer Solstice: Culmination of Light of the Year

Summer Solstice: Culmination of Light of the Year explores the manifestation time of year when everything in the natural world comes to fruition. What have you manifested? What are you missing? What is the Summer Solstice? Summer is a time of expansion, relaxation, and playfulness. With the warmth of the sun, everything in the natural

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Meditation Script for Sound Healing With Your Voice

The meditation script for sound healing with your voice is a comprehensive introduction to how sound can be used to address and heal physical, emotional, and spiritual issues. From the ancients to modern medicine, sound continues to play a crucial role in health. Sound healing through the ages If you’ve ever suffered the agony of

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Awakening Your Chakras

What is a chakra? The concept of chakras originated thousands of years ago by Hindu Yogis, the seers and wise teachers of India. Through millennia, chakras have been celebrated as the body’s energy centers, and by awakening your chakras, you help maintain your physical, mental, and spiritual health. You have seven main chakras that are

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Health and Wellness Pioneers Suteja and Paula Grace

What makes a pioneer? We didn’t start out to be pioneers. We just wanted to share Suteja’s knowledge and experience of healing with others. But the deeper we delved into her ideas and what she wanted to do with them, the more we realized that she is indeed a pioneer. She is the first person

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John Stuart Reid

The Science Behind Sound Healing: Pioneer John Stuart Reid

Is it really possible to heal pain and suffering with sound? The ancients used sound for healing, and in The Science Behind Sound Healing pioneer John Stuart Reid, a contemporary researcher in the field of sound, explores the science behind sound healing. Who is John Stuart Reid? John Stuart Reid is an acoustic physics researcher

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Wellness vs Mainstream Medicine in The New Yorker Magazine

Doctors and HMO’s are facing a growing number of patients suffering chronic pain or discomfort who want to include in their treatment plans alternative methods not found in the Modern Medical System such as Ayurveda, acupuncture, massage, and homeopathy, among others. How is the medical community reacting to these requests? What if anything is being

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John F. Barnes, Myofascial Release Approach

Myofascial Release Pioneer John F. Barnes

Who is John F. Barnes? John F. Barnes changed my life, and when I think of pioneers, I see his tan, creased face, sporting a white mustache and beard, surrounded by a lion’s mane of silver hair. He is one of the best teachers I ever learned from, and I use what he taught me

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Journaling Benefits – 5 Tips to Become More Calm & Resilient

Journaling is a private conversation you have with yourself that is not censored or edited. Your journal is where you write to yourself, for yourself; a place to express both sides of your brain, right (analytical/pragmatic) and left (intuitive/creative). Journaling benefits you over time by becoming your story, revealing your patterns, and helping you become

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5 Ways You Can Build Resilience According to the Ancients

As traditionally defined, resilience has to do with bouncing back from obstacles, enduring something bad, or overcoming failure, disappointment, or loss. The goal is to return to the sense of balance and control you had pre-obstacle. But the question remains, is this the best way you can build resilience according to the ancients? Ancient cultures

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