This handy Remedy Chooser helps you choose the right Bach Flower remedies. In the ’20s and 30s, Welsh homeopathic physician Dr. Edward Bach discovered a system of 38 flower tinctures that can help alleviate your particular flavor of anxiety. He believed that attitude plays a vital role in maintaining health and recovering from illness—mental or physical. These inexpensive remedies work by energetically treating core emotional issues rather than disease symptoms. Still made at Dr. Bach’s home in Mount Vernon from local flowers and plants, they are sold in over 66 countries. I found them profoundly useful in my own healing and heartily recommend their use as a calming support to psycho-therapy—an side-effect free alternative to costly psycho-pharmaceuticals with their sometimes uncomfortable side effects.
Many folks do not realize that silver amalgam fillings are half mercury which is more toxic than lead or arsenic, so they’re not really something you want in your mouth if you are trying maintain good mental and physical health. The IAOMT dentists use materials and procedures that are healthier for their patients and the environment. Contact the IAOMT for a dentist near you.
As a former member of Tsubaki Shrine, I was grateful to be able to participate in ancient Shinto ceremonies that follow the cycle of the seasons. The purpose of the ceremonies is to energetically purify oneself and receive new Ki from Great Nature. Tsubaki America is a branch of Tsubaki O Kami Yashiro in Mie Prefecture, one of the oldest Jinja Shinto shrines in Japan with a history of over 2000 years.
Shinto developed as an expression of the deep intuitive connection with Divine Nature experienced by human beings in ancient Japan. As a natural spirituality, it is based on our harmonious primal relationship with the “infinite restless movement of Great Nature.”
Contact Reverend Barrish, Gugi of Tsubaki America at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for a visit or for more information.
WholeApproach.com is a supplier of probiotic supplements. I’ve used its SBX daily for a half dozen years. These homeostatic soil organisms are helpful bacteria humans once consumed daily in fresh vegetables, but have been killed off by modern agribusiness practices. They reportedly restore iron levels; optimize nutrient assimilation and cellular anti-oxidant levels; and boost immune function by stimulating the production of antibodies and natural anti-viral interferons. They also help balance pH and produce vital hormones, vitamins and enzymes. But most important to my way of thinking is that they help heal intestinal lining damaged by modern diet, so we can get nutrition from the food we eat. I’ve personally discovered they aid enormously in overcoming depression. I can only guess why…
For the last decade while drinking my morning tea, I have randomly opened The Essential Rumi interpreted by poet Coleman Barks to receive a teaching du jour. The results are routinely amazingly precise in addressing my psycho-emotional-spiritual needs of the moment.
When the Sufi mystic and poet Jalal-ud-Din Rumi died at sunset in Konya, southern Turkey, on December 17, 1273, besides setting dervishes whirling, he had composed over 3,500 odes, 2,000 quatrains, and a vast epic called the Mathnawai. A Year of Rumi, an on-line “course” from scholar Andrew Harvey, provides you with a hand-selected poem from Rumi’s life work every day for the next year (365 poems total.) Harvey only asks that you pay, at least, $1.00 for this service. A pretty good deal…