Keep Moving For Healthy Balance

I recently accompanied a friend to a class for back problems. The speaker was a physical therapist that specialized in sports injuries...talked about using our muscles all the time…with awareness in different activities. When we get up out of our chairs we should use our leg muscles to lift us up instead of heaving ourselves up with...never to young or old to benefit.

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Meditation - How Can I Start?

...quieting the mind from the everyday chatter; a time for inner peace to take over soothing the inner self. If you happen to find it difficult holding still in your mind for any length of time, know that is o.k. A minute would be sufficient as a starting point if that is where your level of comfort is. Desire and effort is what counts.

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Journal To Dreamland

Ever feel like your brain is on a fast track to nowhere? You’re thoughts rushing up multi-lanes and then switching lanes up ahead, at 90 miles an hour? Taking your mind off of what is in front of you all day, just to keep you awake at night? We have all been there at one time or another...

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Francesco Hayez -Italian Painter

Soul Mates, Marriage and Reality

In order to be able to recognize if someone is your soul mate, you need to *know thyself*. A relationship on this level is a true partnership that requires both sides to be aware of the responsibility for a healthy heart, mind and soul.

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Finding Serenity

Of all the tools I have been blessed to add to my toolbox for maintenance of the Soul, one of my most treasured is, modest in first appearance, one of my most useful.

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Life Cycles

Cycles of life. Somewhere along the line I found myself becoming aware of a new one beginning, enjoying the more comfortable middle area where it seems it always was and will remain to be. However, the slight flavor of change was in the air.

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Welcome To The Majickal Garden - Life On The Path Of Light


  • Catching the Winter Rays – How Staying Out of the Sun Actually Puts You at Risk of Vitamin D Deficiency, Cancer and Infertility

    Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) March 15, 2013

    Staying out of the sun and the lathering on sunscreen is contributing to various forms of cancers and making millions of Australians infertile.

    Fertility specialist, Gabriela Rosa, says the slip, slop, slap message has been taken too far.

    The Cancer Council Australia campaigns have certainly been proven very effective in making people afraid of the sun and its affecting our health and fertility, said Ms Rosa.

    The truth of the matter is we need exposure to the sun in order to stay healthy, and this is more important in winter when we spend less time outdoors she said.

    Of course we need to be careful with how long we stay in the sun and at what time of day, but to completely avoid the sun is a mistake.

    According to The Medical Journal of Australia as many as 80 per cent of Australian women are vitamin D (cholecalciferol) deficient.

    U.S. Researchers at the University of California estimate 600,000 cases of breast and colorectal cancer can be prevented worldwide by addressing vitamin D deficiency in adults.

    Good vitamin D levels in women mean more progesterone and oestrogen is produced within the body, which regulates the menstrual cycle and improves the likelihood of successful conception.

    Adequate amounts of vitamin D in a womans blood have been shown to significantly increase the chance of conception.

    This means women undergoing IVF also have a greater chance of success.

    And it can reduce the severity of symptoms for women suffering with common issues such as endometriosis and polycystic ovary syndrome..

    In men, vitamin D is essential for the healthy development of the nucleus of the sperm cell.

    It has also been shown to increase testosterone levels which help to improve semen quality and count.

    Ms Rosa said people could get enough sun exposure safely by doing the following:

  • What are the benefits of honey as a holistic medicine?

    What are the benefits of honey as a holistic medicine?
    WASHINGTON – Folk remedies which have often been disparaged by Western medicine are now finding a new foothold in our culture. It turns out that an apple a day, chicken soup, and many herbal remedies are more efficacious than once thought.
    Read more on Voice of Russia

    Arthritis, Then and Now
    Eventually, the humor hypothesis gave way to more modern medicine. Arthritis subtypes were identified and characterized, and management moved beyond l herbal folk remedies, culminating in our current understanding and approach to one of the oldest …
    Read more on Medscape

  • How can I get started with meditation?

    Question by Sam: How can I get started with meditation?
    I have no experience with meditation, so I wanna know how I can get started with it. Are there are any good guided meditation CDs or anything of the sort?

    Best answer:

    Answer by use your brain
    just sit. silent. close your eyes. and. thats all.

    What do you think? Answer below!

  • Ralph Waldo Emerson “The Rhodora” Poem animation

    Heres a virtual movie of the great Ralph Waldo Emerson reading “The Rhodora” “The Rhodora” is an 1847 poem by Ralph Waldo Emerson. It is a response to the qu…

    Read Along Classic Poem using HTML5 Chapter 1 of Nature is at Chapter 3 of Nature is at…

  • How was asthma treated before inhalers were invented?

    Question by Bryan: How was asthma treated before inhalers were invented?
    How was asthma treated before inhalers were invented?

    Best answer:

    Answer by Boomn4x4
    Up until about the 1930’s and 40’s asthma was considered a psychological condition. It was beleived it was caused by stress and depression, the asthma attack was thought to be the same as a panic attack.

    Terment usually involved what were called “talking cures”. A person suffering from asthma would be expected to lie down, relax, and slowly talk themselves through the attack, basically relaxtion techniques. Those with enough money would seek psychiatric treatment from a psychologist to help.

    Give your answer to this question below!

  • How to make your own cosmetics

    Want recipes for natural skin care? Margaret Weeds, founder of the award-winning UK organic skincare company Essential Care, makes a simple natural skin care product with Sarah Brown, author of numerous vegetarian cookery books and presenter of the 1980s TV series Vegetarian Kitchen. Making your own skin care is fun, but if you don’t have time or would like a professional formulation, just visit us at
    Video Rating: 4 / 5

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