Make Your Own Wheatgrass Juice

Wheatgrass is a raw, living food and when juiced features 100% bioavailability. This makes it a tremendously accessible source of nutrition. When consumed in raw living state, wheatgrass juice contains well over 100 known vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, essential fatty acids and anti-oxidants. Wheatgrass is the first stage of the same plant that eventually grows into the… Read More »

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Keeping A Broad Perspective

On Healing: My objective here is to inspire – to stimulate a widening of your thought processes – and to increase the understanding of what happens when we participate in any type of healing work either as practitioners or as the recipients of that healing. My aim is to assist you to discover that sense of wellness in… Read More »

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Mercury/Toxic Metal Sensitivity Questionaire

Do you have any of the following conditions or symptoms?; Sore gums (gingivitis) Mental symptoms such as confusion, forgetfulness? Frequent severe depression? Ringing in the ears (tinnitus)? TMJ (temporo-mandibular joint) problems? Unusual shakiness (tremors) of hands or arms or twitching of muscles?

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Canola – a good oil?

We only recommend the use of oils such as virgin olive oil, and good quality coconut oil – which has been treated in an environmentally friendly manner without the heat treatment which destroys the health giving properties of all oils.

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On Road in Bali – A Travelogue!

by Bhagawati (reprinted from Bali & Beyond) Welcome to the cultural experience of Bali’s roadways. To drive in Bali is an art in itself which must be analysed in depth. The initial traffic experience may shock the fragile, jet-lagged nervous system of the first-time Bali visitor. There’s a well-defined pecking order on the road. Tourist buses and trucks… Read More »

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Milk Letter: A Message to my Patients

Author: Robert M. Kradjian, MD Former Chief of General Surgery at Seton Medical Centre #302 – 1800 Sullivan Ave. Daly City, CA 94015 USA “MILK” Just the word itself sounds comforting! “How about a nice cup of hot milk?” The last time you heard that question it was from someone who cared for you–and you appreciated their effort.… Read More »

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The Challenge of Terrorism

A Travelling Essay Author: John Paul Lederach Professor of Sociology and Conflict Studies – EMU “Military action to destroy terror is like hitting a fully mature dandelion with a golf club.” So here I am, a week late arriving home, stuck between Colombia, Guatemala and Harrisonburg when our world changed. The images flash even in my sleep. The… Read More »

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Osho Rajneesh on Terrorism

Discourse given in Uruguay 1986 The Question: Beloved Osho, I’ve heard that in Europe the threat of terrorism is striking fear in everyone. Airplanes are delayed by extraordinary security measures, many of the seats are empty. And some airports are closing, people are even thinking twice about going out in the evening. And all this is more prevalent… Read More »

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Doctor’s Group Opposes Mandatory Vaccinations

Author: Nexus Magazine Members of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) passed a resolution at their 57th Annual Meeting in St Louis, calling for an end to government mandated childhood vaccinations. It was passed without a single no’ vote. (The fact sheet outlining the resolution on mandated vaccines is posted at www.aapsonline.org.) “Our children face the… Read More »

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Raw Juices

Can Save Your Life Feel like doing some crushing and squeezing? The new Compact Juicer/Mincer uses minimal bench space as the name implies. The low RPM (75-80) of the Compact and the gentle crushing and squeezing process is similar to a Cold-Press method, therefore generating minimal friction heat. Your juice can retain up to 60% more nutrients than… Read More »

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