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Healing Naturally -The Quickest Way to Heal

Healing Naturally -The Quickest Way to Heal

Healing Naturally -The Quickest Way to Heal



The consequences in my own life for breaking nature’s laws have been hard to live with, and often hard to undo. Even though abiding by these laws (such as getting enough rest, sleep, leisure, sun, fresh air, pure water, natural diet, exercise, laughter, love, creativity, meaningful work, time in nature, etc.) can make me feel impatient or limited sometimes – like when I think that extra rest will keep me from a project or an outing – the healthy results from living well are incredibly liberating!


About the writer: Ellen Livingston

Ellen Livingston offers private and group coaching, classes, seminars, and retreats. LivingYogaNow.com  Living Yoga, LLC. Ann Arbor, Michigan Phone:(734) 995-0875

Healing for Healers: What’s Your Focus?

Healing for Healers: What’s Your Focus?

Healing for Healers: What’s Your Focus?



I once had a heated discussion with a friend that happens to be a psychologist because, by his standards, energy medicine is not measurable. “It’s not quantifiable!” He proclaimed. For a time, conversations like that would really bother me. After all, most of the work that we do is not recognized by the mainstream medical establishment as measurably beneficial.


About the writer: Body Mind Spirit Guide

Your Spine is your Lifeline

Your Spine is your Lifeline

YOUR SPINE IS YOUR LIFELINE


Hippocrates, “the father of Medicine”, said, “Look well to the spine for the cause of disease.”


Spinal manipulation has been used by many cultures for thousands of years. It was advocated by healers, including Hippocrates, from Africa, China, Egypt, Greece, India and Rome. Spinal manipulation is probably the oldest form of “therapy” known to mankind. In those early days, spinal manipulation was very unspecific and possibly not too different from yesterday’s traction techniques.


About the writer: Body Mind Spirit Guide

Identify Your Stress Indicators

Identify Your Stress Indicators



Do you experience gas, bloating, indigestion, heartburn or other digestive issues?


Digestive difficulties indicate a deficiency of specific alkaline minerals, and digestive enzymes. When there are insufficient digestive enzymes to break down the foods eaten, gas and bloating will occur. Acid reflux and heartburn occur when there are too few alkaline minerals to neutralize the digestive stomach acids. Minerals like calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium, are essential for proper digestion to take place. These minerals occur naturally in live water, but are filtered out of most processed and bottled water. Poor digestion is also related to hormonal imbalance.


About the writer: Dr. Carol Ann Fischer, D.C., N.D.

Dr. Carol Ann Fischer, D.C., N.D.    Dr. Carol Ann Fischer, D.C., N.D. is a unique Chiropractic Holistic Wellness Consultant. She has been in practice for over 24 years, with specialized training in nutrition & diet modification, weight loss, gentle chiropractic, stress reduction, natural hormone therapy, detoxification,  homeopathy, and acupuncture. For info on her free public workshops on diet, stress, weight loss, hormones and wellness visit www.TLCHolisticWellness.com or contact her by phone at 734-664-0339..

Sit with Me, Sip Some Tea, And Get Healthy!

Sit with Me, Sip Some Tea, And Get Healthy!



Sit with Me, Sip Some Tea, And Get Healthy!



Come sit with me, and sip some tea, while I tell you a story of one of nature’s greatest gifts. Known for its characteristic, pungent taste, the ginger root has been used for thousands of years as a medicinal herb. It boasts a long list of beneficial properties and is said to be used in over half of all Chinese herbal prescriptions.

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!

Perfecting weight

Perfecting weight

 

Perfecting weight



Millions of Americans are trying to lose weight, spending billions of dollars a year on diet programs and products. People are losing 20-30 pounds in a few months and feeling good. But within a few years later, find that nearly all have regained whatever weight they lost. Why can’t millions of people who are on a diet program, lose weight permanently? Why is there so much variation in gaining or losing weight? Obesity has become a crucial health problem.



Excess amount of body fat is obesity. As we all know obese persons are at increased risk to many more health conditions than the normal person. They are more prone to chronic diseases like high blood pressure, stroke, heart diseases, diabetes, arthritis, liver diseases, gall stones, gout, infertility, and many more. Fat is an essential component to our body and is termed as “Med” in Ayurveda. It keeps the body well nourished, causes sweating, stores energy, and nourishes the bone tissue.

About the writer: Dr. Beena Vesikar

Dr Beena Vesikar holds Masters Degree (M.D.) in Ayurvedic Medicine. She received an excellence award for her work in Ayurvedic disease management. She taught in Ayurvedic colleges in India and worked in Hospital as chief medical officer. She is dedicated to spreading the knowledge of Ayurveda around the community and has published many articles in various magazines for this purpose. She can be reached at; 248-888-9028

Physical Transformation and Inner Life Miracles: A Story of Chi Nei Tsang

Physical Transformation and Inner Life Miracles: A Story of Chi Nei Tsang


 

Physical Transformation and Inner Life Miracles: A Story of Chi Nei Tsang



It began thousands of years ago in the mountain ranges of Taoist China. Behind the walls of monasteries in the region, monks needed to detoxify, strengthen, and refine their bodies to maintain the high energy levels required for their stringent spiritual practices. So they used the principles of both Kung-Fu and Tai Chi Chuan to develop a sort of “applied Chi Kung,” and thus was born the rare yet powerful practice of Chi Nei Tsang.

About the writer: Body Mind Spirit Guide