May 2017

The Joys of Grandparenting

Posted in healthy kids, May 2017 by waleska

How to Mindfully Love Little Ones APRIL THOMPSON Being a grandparent can be magical; an opportunity to create both lifelong memories and formative experiences for grandchildren. However, it can also pose challenges that need to be managed mindfully, say experts. For more than 25 years, Patricia Salem, of Louisville, Kentucky,

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Herbs that Beat the Heat

Favorite Varieties that Flourish in Summer BARBARA PLEASANT Some of the best plants to keep as summer companions are herbs that enrich life with their flavors, fragrances and beauty. It’s not too late to pot up a few herbs or plant them in the garden if we choose varieties that

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Milk Minus the Moo

Evaluating Alternatives to Dairy JUDITH FERTIG When dietary concerns, food sensitivities or curiosity prompt us to try alternative milks, it helps to know the basic facts about the leading types, to choose the best ones for us. Almond Milk Pro: Almond milk is low in fat and can be easily

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Heart-Based Leadership

Posted in healing ways, May 2017 by waleska

Women Mobilize to Heal the World LINDA SECHRIST The Heart to Lead: Women as Allies for the Greater Good, a documentary film directed and produced by Cheryl Gould, of Naples, Florida, explores the emerging paradigm of heart-based feminine leadership and how it is attuning women to their inner strengths, beliefs,

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Mastering Self-Defense

Posted in fit body, May 2017 by waleska

Staying Aware Avoids Problems AIMEE HUGHES “Ibegan my personal training in the Non-Violent System (NVS) of self-defense with Grandmaster Verkerke in 1996,” says Eddie Rose, senior instructor of NVS Peace in the Midst of Non-Violence at Shangri-La Springs, in Bonita Springs, Florida. This aspect of the martial art form seicho

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Natural Motherhood

Posted in healing ways, May 2017 by waleska

Creating the Best Start for New Life DEBORAH SHOUSE “A woman’s body is exquisitely designed to conceive, nurture and give birth,” says Dr. Carol J. Phillips, an Annapolis, Maryland, prenatal chiropractor, doula and author of Hands of Love: Seven Steps to the Miracle of Birth. Judith Lothian, Ph.D., associate editor of

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Liderazgo Centrado en el Corazón

Posted in healing ways, May 2017 by waleska

Las mujeres se movilizan para salvar el mundo por Linda Sechrist The Heart to Lead: Women as Allies for the Greater Good, un documental producido y dirigido por Cheryl Gould, de Naples, Florida, explora el paradigma emergente del liderazgo femenino basado en el corazón y cómo este está sintonizando a

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from the editor…natural birthing

I’m super happy to bring this issue focused on Natural Birthing. In our Spanish issue, one of our advertisers, an OBGYN, wrote an article on VBACs (Vaginal Birth After C-Sections). It was once thought–and taught–, that if a woman had one cesarean delivery, all of her babies should be born

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Taggart Siegel Seeks to Seed an Agricultural Revolution

For more than 30 years, Taggart Siegel has produced award-winning films on little-known aspects of the natural and cultural world. His diverse documentaries range from the story of a Hmong shaman immigrant adjusting to American life to a Midwestern organic farmer that salvaged his family’s farm. Siegel’s latest film, Seed:

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Mastering Self-Defense

Staying Aware Avoids Problems AIMEE HUGHES “I began my personal training in the Non-Violent System (NVS) of self-defense with Grandmaster Verkerke in 1996,” says Eddie Rose, senior instructor of NVS Peace in the Midst of Non-Violence at Shangri-La Springs, in Bonita Springs, Florida. This aspect of the martial art form seicho

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