The following guest post was written by my amazingly talented friend Lea at MavericKitchen. In this hilarious blog, you’ll learn what coffee enemas are used for, how the procedure works, and what you can do to avoid common pitfalls. If you told me a year ago I’d be writing this article, I would have questioned your
I have studied, taught, and published in the field of reproductive psychiatry. I’ve treated women in every stage of the reproductive cycle. And, I’m a working mom. So, I’m acutely interested in and aware of the many ways in which modern medicine is impacting, and sometimes hurting women and their children – more than helping them. In this category you’ll find a wide range of topics of interest to mothers, and mother’s to be.
The Key to Vital Productivity: Getting in the flow Ever notice that the less you do, the less you get done? And, somehow, when you’re in the flow, you can almost stretch time with the efficiency of your execution? Like the more you do, the more you can do? Can we expand to encompass even
This article was originally published in Green Child Magazine and was written by Christie Michelsen. It was so good, I had to share. Christie Michelsen is an artist, writer, and shamanic life and business coach. She works closely with her clients to help them realize inner peace, break free of creative blocks, manifest their purpose,
We move through life insulated by the mundane. Schedules and contracts, possessions, titles, and labeled relationships. We plug the address into the GPS, and we simply assume we will arrive when it says we will. We deny the fact that we control nothing. That uncertainty is the only operative principle. Can you remember the last
Adapted from A Mind of Your Own by Kelly Brogan, MD A silent tragedy in the history of modern health care is happening right now in America, but no one is talking about it. We have been told a story of depression: that it is caused by a chemical imbalance and cured by a chemical