The Power of Letting Go
"A book that is at the cutting edge of our times."
"It provides new possibilities for healing ourselves and our ecosystem."
"Healing, thought provoking and inspiring."
"Gave me an expanded sense of what is means to be a human being on this planet.
- Depth probes into the human soul and our relationship with the natural world.
- Wide selection of unique mind-body exercises for personal growth.
- User-friendly chapters explain the connections between physics, spirit and energy.
- A survival kit for adaptability and confidence in troubled times.
- A manual for wisdom, contemplation and intuition.
Print edition$19.95 (plus s&h) for an author signed copy.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Until fairly recently, the medical profession believed unquestioningly that menopause meant the catastrophic decline of a woman’s reproductive potential. And that this decline stemmed primarily from her main hormone production shutting down. That main hormone was estrogen. Supplying the woman’s … Continue reading
Actually, it is really comes down to our relationship with the Sun, the sacred source of all life on this planet. What does the body need Vitamin D for? Assimilating calcium and other minerals into bone matrix. Maintaining a viable immune … Continue reading
A new study commissioned by the combined forces of the NIH, the Harvard University Medical School, and the FDA, has confirmed the conclusions of an earlier study by the University of Nevada in association with the Cleveland Clinic and the … Continue reading
Paracetamol (short for para-acetylaminophenol) is the conventional drug of choice to soothe children when in pain. It comes in a handy, child-friendly syrup, packed also with dubious sweetening agents. But in 2008, the prestigious British medical journal, The Lancet, published … Continue reading
As an Oriental Medicine doc, I know how to treat pain without drugs – and also without side effects. A skilled acupuncturist should be able to make most kinds of pain diminish – or even vanish – within minutes, sometimes … Continue reading