I would like to introduce our Lotus Guide community to Dr. Otani whom I met while being interviewed in the documentary, A Wave Of Compassion, which was about alternative ways to deal with addiction. When I met Dr. Otani he was working for ENLOE Hospital helping patients who had tried everything; so Dr. Otani was their last hope in a lot of situations. He now works at Feather River Hospital in the role of an integrative physician bridging East and West, taking medicine to new levels of understanding.
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A Quick Update from Lotus Guide:
* Sometime in April, 2017 we will have our new website up and running. It’s being professionally designed and ’search engine optimized’ to keep up with search engine demands. We make every effort to make sure your information get’s out there.
* We also have a segment on TV that airs every 3 weeks to 5 million viewers called “Rahasya Uncensored.” Our goal is to reach many more readers for the Read more [...]
0 Golden Road Television and Radio Show
"Bridging the Past With Today For a Better Tomorrow"
By Michael DiMartino
The Golden Road Television and Radio Show:
"Bridging the Past With Today for a Better Tomorrow"
Where can you listen to in-depth interviews with individuals and organizations from our region?
Where can you watch and enjoy live music performing arts and visual arts from the comfort of your own home?
How can you become aware of the current issues that affect you and what’s happening in our region and around the world to help make the world a better place?
Where can you find community members who are committed to enhancing your quality Read more [...]
0 By Dr. Arlan Cage, ND, L.Ac and Koyote the Blind
According to official historians, the Toltec culture disappeared in the AD late 900s, leaving nothing more than mysterious cities, impressive pyramids, and rumors still maintained of an ancient culture of art and knowledge. Imagine their surprise when, in the late 20th century, Toltec men and women of knowledge began to emerge from the shadows to reveal the secrets of a culture long kept hidden, deliberately to be shared at this point in history.
Dreaming as the Way to Knowledge
Koyote the Blind is a Toltec man of knowledge who has mastered the esoteric keys known to the enlightened civilizations of the American continent existing before the Read more [...]
0 By Rahasya Poe
It’s not necessarily because I’m 25 percent Cherokee, or even that it’s the right thing to do, which it is, that I’m throwing in my two cents on this issue. I was thinking of writing this article anyway, but it was confirmed when I started reading what traditional news media was saying. An example is CNN. Here’s one of its reasons that the protest should be abandoned: It interviewed Robert “Fool” Bear, who lives in a nearby town called Cannon Ball, where some of the inhabitants (840 population) sometimes have to drive 40 miles out of their way because of the protests. He said this at the same time he said, "It irks me. People are here from all over the world; Read more [...]
0 By Dr. Patrick Giammarise, DC, IHS
Ever read an article whose description of symptoms points to that idea you need to supplement your diet with more of “this or that”?
Have you ever gone to a doctor or nutritionist and learned you are “low” on a certain nutrient?
Ever had an official blood test that has revealed you are deficient in, say for example, vitamin D, B12, or iron?
There are numerous ways to find out what we are lacking in our diet, from doing our own research to seeking the help of a medical professional. And numerous signs and symptoms may point the way. See “Symptoms of Poor Carbohydrate, Protein, and Fat Digestion” below. While it is useful to learn that certain Read more [...]
0 By Dr. Mark Light
“According to the National Center for Health Statistics (2006), approximately 76.2 million, one in every four Americans, ha[s] suffered from pain that lasts longer than 24 hours and millions more suffer from acute pain. Chronic pain is the most common cause of long-term disability.”—NIH.gov
For 10 years, my practice was focused on treating individuals living with chronic pain. It was troubling to see so many people suffering so deeply and feeling helpless to stop the symptoms they experienced: shooting, radiating pain; full body aches; severe joint pain; severe migraines; and neuropathic pain. I worked within the traditional framework of allopathic medicine, Read more [...]
0 Reclaim Your Inner Peace:
Tips and Suggestions About Taking a Spiritual Retreat
By Expanding Light Retreat Staff
Everyone occasionally needs some inner rejuvenation. Whether you want to break new ground, spiritually speaking, or you simply want to reclaim your peace in the midst of a hectic life, going on retreat can be a perfect solution.
A true retreat is much more than a vacation—it can be a time of conscious, spiritual opening, of making an enjoyable effort to rise to an entirely new state of awareness. Here are a few tips for a retreat experience that is both relaxing and spiritually rewarding:
Plan for It:
Take the time and give some thought about what you’d like Read more [...]
0 By Jules Pecson, Wild Craft Herbalist
Herbal solutions and natural skin-care products have found a home at Fiona’s Forest in Paradise, California. As an herbalist, I harvest local plants, process the gathered components, and offer an apprenticeship program at the shop. The local environment provides hundreds of herbs to accommodate “wild crafting,” which offers alternatives to pharmaceutical products with undesirable side effects. With a responsible and sustainable harvesting method, gatherings are ongoing and production of tinctures and salves is under way daily at Fiona’s Forest. Consultations with an experienced herbalist are available and can help you find your way back to health.
The Read more [...]
0 By Rahasya Poe
Change—it is the one thing we have always been able to count on. But the times are different now, and the complexity and the speed of change are growing exponentially. We were on fairly firm ground until recently, when the advancement of technology reached a point at which technology itself is creating even more advanced technology; without supercomputers a lot of what we see, and don’t see, happening in our world would not be possible.
Some may ask, “If change is inevitable, why even be concerned? Whatever is going to happen is going to happen no matter what we do or don’t do.” Well, that’s true to a certain extent, but picture it Read more [...]