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Olympian Michael Phelps Swears by Cupping, Should You Try It?

Olympian Michael Phelps Swears by Cupping, Should You Try It?

By Roy Liu, C.M.D. Cupping therapy and Acupuncture have thousands of years of history in China. Cupping is a therapy in which a jar (‘cup’) is attached to the skin’s surface for a few minutes, creating a suction which causes local ‘congestion’, pulling blood to a region which stimulates healing. This happens via the removal […]

Why Cleanse the Body?

Why Cleanse the Body?

Unfortunately, our environment is very toxic, far beyond what our bodies are made to deal with unassisted. Times are truly different. There are approximately 80,000 chemicals registered for use in the United States! The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that hundreds of these chemicals are present in our bodies. Did you know that […]

About the writer: Sherry Yale

Sherry Yale, D.C. of TLC Holistic Wellness, 31580 Schoolcraft Rd., Livonia, MI 48150. Call: 734-664-0339 or e-mail: [email protected]

Practicing Being the New You

Practicing Being the New You

As you are beginning to realize who you truly are, Divine Love, how do you maintain connection with your true self? Maintaining connection with your true self allows you to be the best you that you can be. So, how do you do this? Like anything else, by practicing. Yes, the more you practice connecting […]

About the writer: Miche Lame'

Miche has been compassionately guiding people for over 25 years. Through Spiritual Living and Healing Miche utilizes Intuitive and Universal Principals to guide you in healing your emotional, mental, physical, & spiritual state. www.spirituallivingandhealing.com

New Greenhouse Director at “Creative Health Institute” Provides Pure & Healthy Food!

New Greenhouse Director at “Creative Health Institute” Provides Pure & Healthy Food!

By Benjamin Gasbarra Hello, my name is Ben. I’m the new Greenhouse Director at Creative Health Institute. I’m also an experienced juicer and microgreen grower. Being from the Midwest, I know how important a good story is, so let me tell you a little about myself… I first became interested in nutrition when I was […]

Are YOU Getting Enough Sleep?

Are YOU Getting Enough Sleep?

Sleep is that somewhat elusive escape that some of us crave while others want to avoid because it takes time away from their busy lives. The truth is that without sleep, we cannot survive long. Let’s look at how we can get the most out of it. Statistics from the Center for Disease Control and […]

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 Silver Thread Trauma: Part III: Facing Our Demons

The Silver Thread Trauma: Part III: Facing Our Demons

Traumas, conceptualized by western medicine-psychology, is a syndrome or collection of symptoms. Like medical symptoms, we seek to reduce or eliminate them. Psychiatry will use drugs, usually anti-anxiety drugs, to extinguish the fear and feelings of dread that constitute trauma. Psychologists have developed techniques such as flooding, desensitization, and insight as ameliorative tools for victims […]

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.

The Silver Thread: Trauma: Part II

The Silver Thread: Trauma: Part II

Trauma is encoded first in the body, as sensations or raw emotions. Over time, and with the acquisition of language, those sensations attach themselves to a narrative. Narratives are stories that explain the emotions. Common narratives are variations of fears of, anger toward, sadness about, and desire for. For example, a common narrative might be, […]

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.