Entries tagged with “Healing”
Relieve anxiety, tension, and headaches with this essential oil blend.
Did you suffer from inadequate parenting? It’s not too late to make up for it. Here are five ways to reparent yourself to find healing.
In a time of unprecedented grief, we wanted to share resources to support anyone dealing with grief and the surrounding emotions.
My miracle cure was found in a moment of Grace more than 20 years ago. It involves no ingested substances or any special equipment, just a bit of time every evening.When I was an e…
Let the light shine! That’s the message researchers are finding about the powers of light to treat medical, mental-health, and cosmetic issues. There are even new ways to use light imagery to battle autoimmune diseases. For all the illuminating news, read on.
Meditation can help boost our internal capacity to recover and heal from illness or injury.
An excerpt from Ann Marie Chiasson's book Energy Healing: The Essentials of Self-Care
In November of 1881, a Squaxin Indian logger from Puget Sound named John Slocum became sick and soon was pronounced dead. As he lay covered with sheets, friends proceeded to conduc…
“Although all veggies are good for you, some pack an outsized punch when it comes to promoting gut health. These six vegetables, and the easy recipes that go with them, will help your inner garden grow.”
“Despite my upbringing, my education, and my experience, I still have a lot to learn about racism in America. ... There is a great deal of listening and learning to be done.”
A talk about the benefits of slow medicine.
Create a grief collage to help you move forward.
I think we are all called to prayer, to talk to our God about what is happening in our lives. When we are worried about life-changing health issues, who better to talk with? If a m…
The path of grief is never a straight line, especially the complicated grief of suicide. One S&H editor shares her story, and an expert also has four suggestions for ways to make a difference in the suicide epidemic.
Think of March as a second New Year with resolutions for healing and recovery in our lives.
Brussels sprouts are the wonderful yet deeply misunderstood little green warriors of the vegetable world. If they are overcooked, they can taste slightly bitter, and this can sadly…
It’s called “la tierra de brujos“ — the land of witches. Juventino Rosas, a traditional agricultural town in central Mexico, has a reputation for being home to good witches, bad wi…
Body Chants & GroovesLis AddisonIf this album by singer, composer, and dancer Lis Addison doesn’t get you moving and having fun doing it, then you’d better check your pulse! Wh…
"Both Orange and I ate the same food every day. But I ate it with resentment and he with gratitude."
Kirtan practitioner Snatam Kaur finds the vibrations that move us, body and soul.