Tag: Redding

As Within, So Without

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Redtail

As Within, So Without By Jim Redtail Collins, PhD “If enough of us do the inner work, we will make it.”—Carl Jung   When Jung wrote this, he was referring to what he called the shadow—those aspects of consciousness and behaviors that we do not or will not recognize in ourselves. Instead we project them… Read more »

Ionized Alkaline Water

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good water store

Optimize Your Health and Vitality with Ionized Alkaline Water By Phyllis Humber   Clarity comes to mind as we step on into the New Year. Knowing where we stand is vital while navigating today’s waters of extreme change. As we stretch forward to embrace the fresh energy of 2018, we cannot help but think about… Read more »

The Toltec Arts of Dreaming and Healing

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… Read more »

Upgrading for Optimal Health

Upgrading for Optimal Health  By Jim Redtail Collins While modern medicine has largely ignored the wisdom of ancestral knowledge, a confluence of ancient wisdom and modern science is giving birth to a new understanding that places conscious choice and new adaptations of old technologies at the forefront of wellness. In my opinion, this new (old)… 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 »