Category: Education and Counseling

Five Interactive Emotions

Five Interactive Emotions By Michael Turk  Several years ago my office manager slumped into work with red-rimmed eyes on a gray, rainy day and announced, “I just came from the vet. Snoopy’s been hit by a car and he’s critical.” She sobbed, “I can’t work, but I hate to leave you in the lurch. I’m… Read more »

Why Thermography?

By Michelle Hodge, DC, CTT   We all see ads promoting early detection as a preventive measure for breast cancer, but is that really prevention? It seems that mainstream medicine focuses on early detection rather than prevention, followed by treatment and ultimately providing palliative care for those patients who are diagnosed with advanced-stage breast cancer.… Read more »

What Is NAET?

NAET: A Different Way of Viewing Disease By Mark Light, MD NAET (Nambrudripad’s allergy elimination technique) was discovered by Dr. Devi S. Nambudripad in 1983. NAET is a noninvasive, drug-free, natural treatment for allergies of all types and intensities using a combination of techniques, including: energy balancing, acupuncture/acupressure, allopathy, chiropractic, nutritional, and kinesiology. The definition… Read more »

Kick Butt and Kick the Habit

By Julia Ferré, Clinical Hypnotherapist “Giving up smoking is the easiest thing in the world. I know because I’ve done it thousands of times,” says Mark Twain. Yes, quitting is easy. It is the quitting for good that is hard. Most people quit and then something happens and they start all over again. The obstacles… Read more »

Cellular Memory Release

By Savannah Hanson, MA, MFT             Every day we are given numerous opportunities to choose love or fear. For the most part, the general media hope you will choose fear. We are inundated with images of violence and chaos, not making it easy for us to trust that all is well and unfolding according to… Read more »

Being Your Bliss and Manifesting Your Reality

By Terry Cole-Whittake Greetings, precious souls. I wrote the book Live Your Bliss because I had been in a challenging situation and used what I share in the book to effortlessly manifest what I desired to attain. What I did to make the problem disappear and attain what I desired was to stop thinking about… Read more »

Why Do We Get Sick

  By Adrian Baume, L.Ac, MSTCM   Our bodies normally have an immune system that’s strong enough to fight off all manner of bacterial and viral pathogens. Louis Pasteur called this the “terrain” of the body, and when functioning in its natural, optimal state, it is sufficient to either keep us in good health or… Read more »

Holistic Counseling with Christina Stewart

What Is Holistic Counseling? By Christina Stewart   “What is holistic counseling” is a common question I am asked when discussing what I do. A look of curiosity mixed with uncertainty follows as they listen. Unsure if it is normal, unsure if it is safe, not wanting to offend, they skip the follow-up questions. In… Read more »

Science of Functional Mineral Balancing

The Art and Science of Functional Mineral Balancing Using HTMA (Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis) By Adrian Baume, L.Ac, MSTCM   What exactly is hair mineral analysis, and what can it do for me? Hair tissue mineral analysis (or HTMA for short) is pretty much what it sounds like—you clip a small hair sample from your… Read more »

Sacred Change

Sacred Change By Lezah Young   The secret of relationships, I believe, is about knowing who you are from day one—knowing what happened to you after day one and how it is affecting you and others throughout your life into the now. I believe that most, if not all, of the reasons that we have… Read more »