January - February 2005
Playful Living - Jenny Ward
I was sitting on the beach one day when I saw a girl and her mom digging in the sand in front of me. They were giggling as they dug their purple shovels into the sand. The girl seemed to be about five years old, and was full of life and joy. There was no right way to dig and she didn't care how messy she got.
Living Communion - Christina Donnell
We are on the holy mountain, Apu Ausangate. We are making our descent from an altitude of 19,800 feet. It is the vernal equinox - spring in South America. Being early spring the temperatures are temperate; the snowcaps are melting and the rivers are flowing with run off from the peaks.
Financial Health Cindie K. Jones, CFP
As we enter a new year, it's a great time for each of us to take a look at our financial situation. The more satisfied we are that we're on a good financial path, the less stress we have, and the freer we feel to explore other ways in which to enhance our lives.
Simple Steps to Ayurvedic Weight Loss - Dr. Suhas Kshirsagar
Ayurveda is the world's most ancient system of preventive health care. Developed in India over 6,000 years ago, Ayurveda (which translates as "knowledge of life") is a natural approach to creating balance and strengthening the body's healing abilities.
- WHAT IS A HEALING VACATION? - Susanne Sims
- Balance and Success - Is it One or the Other? - Vincent J. Kellsey
- Hilda's Story - Hildegard Miyashiro
- Cancer Sucks! - Sandra Meyers
- Saving the Black-Footed Albatross - Paul Achitoff
- The Water Element/Restoring Harmony in the New Year - Alaya DeNoyelles
- The Sexy Years by Suzanne Somers, A book review - Dr. Leia Melead
- Aromatherapy - Connie Valenti
- Kefir Makes You Feel Good - Grady A. D
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