- The Impersonal Life - Chapter Five - The Key
- Be inspired.
- The Impersonal Life – Chapter Four - Consciousness, Intelligence, Will
- The Impersonal Life – Chapter Three - I, Life, God
- The Impersonal Life – Chapter Two - Be Still! and KNOW I AM God
- The Impersonal Life – Chapter One - I AM
- Why Am I Here? - Part 2
- Why Am I Here?
- How Am I Guided?
- How Can I Find My Cure?
- How Can I Become Free?
- What About Guilt?
- How Do I Circumvent Trouble?
- What About Grief?
- How Do I Rid Myself of Physical Pain?
- Does Smoking Cause Cancer?
- Should I Fast and Cleanse?
- How Do I Boost My Self-Esteem?
- What Do Dreams Mean?
- What About Immigration?
The Tea Spot Expands Their Public Educational Talk Series with Tea and Yoga—Piquing the Interest of Many Seeking ...
Colorado-based tea company The Tea Spot is expanding their health and wellness mission to include an educational component. As a cancer survivor inspired by the power of tea's health benefits during recovery, CEO Maria Uspenski is now trying to educate the public on a topic of growing interest—the integrative health benefits of tea and yoga. (PRWeb February 26, 2015) Read the full story at http ...
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Why Some Cancer Centers Offer Yoga to Their Patients
A new hospital program dispenses downward dogs and tree poses to help kids with aggressive forms of cancer deal with their illnesses. The MD Anderson Cancer Center’s integrative medicine department hopes to show that yoga can help cancer patients of all ages cope with the stress and symptoms of their disease. Each week, Amie Koronczok, one of three mind-body intervention specialists at the ...
The Growth of Complementary Medicine
There has been an increased demand for complementary or holistic medical care in recent years and there are several reasons behind this growing trend: the perception that too many prescription medications are being used; the desire for a more natural, less intense healing process; the desire to treat the entire individual rather than a body part or system; and a better understanding of these ...
Janice Lennard: How to stay ‘Eternally’ Youthful
*As a septuagenarian devotee of Ballet Barre, Yoga and Pilates, I have often been approached with requests to share my views on the role of those forms of exercise in establishing and maintaining the stamina, physical appearance, levels of health and sense of physical and emotional well-being that are hallmarks of youthfulness in the course […]
D.C. community calendar, Feb. 12-19, 2015
Tax assistance, Georgetown Arts 2015, ?Cherokee,? Valentine?s Day events, CIA book talk.
Tsogyaling and Heartwood Host Wellness Events This Spring Featuring Renowned Published Authors
Heartwood Center for Body Mind Spirit, a holistic health services center, and its affiliate community-based meditation center, Tsogyaling Meditation Center, are hosting a series of special events this Spring featuring renowned practitioners who are also published authors. (PRWeb February 12, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/02/prweb12506130.htm
'Winter Wellness' series under way
The Kent Memorial Library is offering a Winter Wellness series. Classes will be offered Wednesdays from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the Main Street library.
D.C. community calendar, Feb. 5-12, 2015
Black History Month events, pipe organ concerts, Tokyo Rose, Food Bank Marketplace.
The Snow Moon
A wellness column by Kelly Spencer: writer, life coach, yoga & meditation teacher, holistic healer and a mindful life enthusiast! The moon holds a mystical place in the history of human culture. The lunar cycle offers us a full moon to light up the sky, every 28 days.