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The Silver Thread – Feelings, not Thoughts: The New Mindfulness

The Silver Thread –  Feelings, not Thoughts:  The New Mindfulness

In my last column, I spoke of the origins of psychotherapy under Sigmund Freud, and its almost exclusive dependence on cognitive processes such as insight. Subsequently, most other forms of therapy were Neo-Freudian in that they utilized different conceptual models but still relied on cognitive means as curative. In 1953 a University of Chicago professor, […]

About the writer: Dr. Michael Abramsky

Michael Abramsky PhD, ABPP is a licensed psychologist with 35 years of experience treating adolescents and adults for anxiety, depression and trauma. He is nationally Board Certified in both Clinical and Forensic psychology. Dr. Abramsky also has an MA in Comparative Religions, and has practiced and taught Buddhist Meditation for 25 years.

A Creative Portrait Holiday

A Creative Portrait Holiday

Tis the season once more! it’s that time when Family & friends photos are shared sending holiday cheer. How about trying something new this year, give a creative spin to a traditional affair done up with your Personal flair. Last Yule it was all for the crafty contribution, this time around show them your representation […]

About the writer: Abby Lippit

Abby Lippitt, Is an extremely talented, gifted & intuituve artist with a vibrant, vivacious, “Abvacious”, unique style all her own. Abby has been practicing and studying art & metaphysics since she was a child. Inspired by animation and driven with the desire to express her love of the sadly underrated art medium in all its forms. It is her sincere wish that the rest of the world come to appreciate the sophistication & beauty held within the heart of the animation genre as she does. https://www.abvaciousvibe.com/home-1.html

Feng Shui Tips to Welcome in a New Year Filled With Health, Wealth, Happiness and Prosperity

Feng Shui Tips to Welcome in a New Year Filled With Health, Wealth, Happiness and Prosperity

By Samantha Pennala In 2018, Feb. 16 begins the New Year for the Chinese calendar, also called the Lunar New Year because it depends on the moon cycle. The celebration of New Year, also called The Spring Festival, lasts for 15 days and the New Year is on the second New Moon of the year. […]

“Brain Dump Meditation” Quite Your Mind

“Brain Dump Meditation” Quite Your Mind

Quieting the mind of the overthinkers, the fidgeters, and those who have a hard time slowing down! Let’s face it we live in a fast-paced and chaotic world. Whether we are absorbing what we see on the news and social media, or trying to maintain some sanity juggling our careers, our health, our family and […]

Holiday Food Survival Guide

Holiday Food Survival Guide

The holidays are upon us again – and in my world that is fantastic. I love all the festive lights, decorations, and special foods. These holiday joys are as special to me now as they were in the past because of time spent with family and friends during the holidays. Some people think good memories […]

About the writer: Dr. William H. Karl, D.C.

Dr. William H. Karl, D.C., is a Certified Wellness Doctor with over 30 years of experience helping people become well and achieve optimal health.  With an extensive knowledge of the human body and a keen interest in applying new and advanced techniques, he is able to provide the finest care possible for each and every one of his patients! Visit his website to sign up for a free monthly newsletter, or call (734) 425-8220 to find out how you can start getting healthier!

The Holidays on Spice

The Holidays on Spice

by Deborah Lieder The holidays are here and we are often filled with nostalgic thoughts of coming together with family and friends. Spiced cider and doughnuts, hot chocolate, eggnog, or hot buttered rum fill our glasses as we commune. What if you want to enjoy a seasonal drink that has medicinal benefits as well? Golden […]

The Reason For The Season

The Reason For The Season

by Toni Johnstone OMG! Thanksgiving is OVER! Check. Veteran’s Day, Daylight Savings Time is over. We’re back on regular time. Good grief it’s dark—what happened? Oh yes, fall, winter is on its way Did we forget just how dark it can be in the mornings and afternoons? I almost always do. As I write this […]