By Sunil Pai, MD and Maureen Sutton, LMT
If you suffer from chronic pain, fibromyalgia, arthritis, muscle tension or have anxiety, depression, or insomnia, the Sanjevani REST Pod will bring you fabulous relief!
Sanjevani REST (Restricted Environmental Stimulus Therapy) Pod is a … Continue reading
by Regina Coffman
I don’t believe we are ever too young or too old to find the balance we are seeking in our lives. I began Brain Balance and Harmony as an affiliate of Brain State Technologies® 2 years ago. In just the past two … Continue reading
by Michelle Morath, NM Fit
One of my clients was diagnosed with stage IV colorectal cancer almost 2 ½ years ago. He was in his early forties when he received the diagnosis. After major surgery (to remove the cancerous mass), he has had many chemotherapy treatments since. Other than his positive outlook on life, … Continue reading
By Janet L. Hall, ND, CMI, CHt, CKP, CBT
In the last edition of Truly Alive for March/April, I discussed the causes and treatment choices for Blood Clots.
Helpful Remedies for Blood Clots: Kinesiology is a way for your body to gently guide you in preventing and … Continue reading
by Marshall Estner
Are you noticing that your desire to create a business, expand your current business or get your finances in order have been rising from within? Earth Mother has been preparing herself to create the resources to share with us. When we honor her needs and come into sync with her cycles, we prepare to manifest our … Continue reading
by Shelly Wilson
Connect to the YOU Within is a spiritual self-discovery book pertaining to all aspects of mind, body and Spirit and has been written to assist you in recognizing that your soul is already awake. Your mind and physical … Continue reading
By Camille Scielzi – Certified Life Coach
Have you seen the quote “follow your bliss?” Does it make you smile in recognition or wistfulness? The author of the quote (Joseph Campbell) intended the phrase to be an invitation for you to take a unique spiritual journey or quest.
Acceptance of the quest would lead you on a … Continue reading
by Ellen Tadd
Death is an inevitable fate that everyone must face. Still, the topic of death is often avoided or denied because of fears and misunderstandings about what death actually is. When we recognize death as a continuation of life, we release fears that prevent a fuller experience of material existence.
Just as attitudes and actions in one’s material life affect … Continue reading
by Kerry Leigh
There are as many ways to heal as there are ways to mask dysfunction by treating symptoms, rather than treating the underlying causes of the symptoms. Do you want real healing of current, past or future life experiences, or a “band-aiding” of the situation with drugs, alcohol or food?
Everyday medical practitioners say … Continue reading