Category Archives: Wellness
By Marilynn Preston Personally, I love a smart, juicy debate. But over the last few weeks, I’ve grown weary and frustrated listening to our political leaders argue about the escalating cost of health care in this country. Runaway health care … Continue reading
In today’s fast-paced world with intense deadlines and increasingly complicated financial situations, there is one experience common to menopausal women; anxiety. We all have unique stressors that increase anxiety in our lives, but while we may not all share the same triggers; we can all empathize with the effects of increased menopausal anxiety. The physical affects are only a small sample of the plethora of symptoms that are associated with anxiety in menopausal women and these alone are enough for most of us to seek a solution, but in order to treat anxiety during menopause, one must first understand it. Continue reading
The notion that we can influence health with our minds is an appealing concept. Western medicine often leaves little room for this idea — focusing mostly on drugs and sharp surgical instruments to treat illness. This is changing, however, as techniques such as acupuncture, homeopathy, and guided imagery become more closely studied and integrated into the conservative tradition. Controlled studies point to tangible benefits, including reductions in nausea, pain, and length of hospital stays. Continue reading
Like many things in a woman’s life sleep can be greatly affected during menopause. When
the hormones in our bodies begin to change we can experience a period in our lives in
which deep sleep can be hard to come by. While there are a number of drugs offered to
help women sleep through the night, most of them are highly addictive and can lead to
withdrawal. In order to explore some natural remedies that menopausal women can use to
solve sleep problems we must first explore the cause of our lack of sleep. Continue reading
Most of us want to change what we don’t like about ourselves and our lives and we want to do it instantly. But if we do this we miss an essential step in the process of becoming. We miss our authentic feelings and allowing that truth to guide us to our next and more positive destination. Continue reading
More and more people share that they are feeling an intuitive nudge to add more heart warmth and deeper connection within themselves and with others. At the speed of life today, operating with low heart energy is often compared to a vehicle that’s operating low on oil, which increases the vulnerability to stress and malfunction. This article suggests a few advantages of accessing our state of inner-ease, not just for bailing out of emotional turbulence, but to use throughout the day for maintaining connection and coherent alignment between the heart, mind and emotions. Continue reading
Do you feel fragmented at times? Is your physical energy and spirit low? Is your mind confused? Does your heart feel sad? Do you feel less than beautiful? Discover where your beauty truly lies, and how by becoming freer within the more intrinsically beautiful you will become. Continue reading
Everyone is talking about bioidentical hormones.
Women across the global are looking for alternative ways to alleviate the symptoms of perimenopause. I bet you are too. It’s time to look at a more natural approach to easing the symptoms of perimenopause.
REALLY – You do not have to use synthetic hormones anymore? Continue reading
There are no easy answers when it comes to how our brains, and ultimately how consciousness itself works.
It is people like Kelly Howell, who while definitely not making those promises, are promising to take the technology to the limits of its possibilities, who have been out there on the frontier of a new science for a very long time, and they are just beginning to see that science moves from the fringe and into mainstream.In a phone interview with Kelly I ask her more about how her process works, and how she uses guided meditation, visualization and subliminal messaging in helping her clients. Continue reading
In his late 70′s now, Kaz is the inventor of de-aging. It’s not a product or a program. It’s a concept, a way of slowing down the aging process without resorting to desperate anti-aging measures involving pills, plastic surgery or fetal lamb cells. I’ve heard him talk about de-aging before. This time I’m taking notes. Continue reading