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The Gifts of Gratitude

Did you know that the first ever unofficial Thanksgiving took place in 1621? The Plymouth pilgrims and Wampanoag Indians shared an autumn harvest feast of celebration and gratitude for their bountiful blessings.  But it was not until Abraham Lincoln’s 1863 … Continue reading

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The Art of Muscle Testing – Part 1

There’s a simple test you can do yourself to answer questions about your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health – muscle testing. There are many names to describe muscle testing (MT) in clinical practice; kinesiology, applied kinesiology (AK), muscle energy response technique … Continue reading

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Thyroid Health, Part 2

THYROID OVERVIEW Don’t let the size fool you; the amazing two inch butterfly-shaped thyroid gland in front of the neck orchestrates an intricate web of interactions for nearly every organ and function of the body. This tiny gland is the … Continue reading

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Thyroid Health, Part 1

Are you often feeling tired, cold, achy or depressed? Have you been gaining weight even though consuming fewer calories? If you’re not feeling quite right, you might want to take a closer look at your thyroid. A person with hypothyroidism … Continue reading

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Spring Cleansing

What is it about the spring season that makes it so appropriate for cleansing and rejuvenation?  New growth, transformation, and regeneration! We can use these forces of renewal, revitalization and rebirth to great benefit for the body, mind and spirit during … Continue reading

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Anatomy of Fear – Part II

I last wrote about the biology of the human body’s response to fear, and the psychological fears as bi-products of our belief systems. This month we look at fear as a teacher, and how to free ourselves from our social … Continue reading

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The Anatomy of Fear

Every February 14th, across the United States and in other places around the world, candy, flowers and gifts are exchanged between loved ones, all in the name of St. Valentine, and “Love”. Certainly, Love is an appealing subject to write … Continue reading

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