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How Music Affects the Body

What is this magical medium that moves, enchants, energizes and heals us? For more articles about “Art”, Click Here In an instant, music can uplift our soul. It awakens within us the spirit of prayer, compassion, and love. It clears our minds and has been kn...

Taking Classical Music to Bars and Taverns

Matt Haimovitz was recognized as a child prodigy and by thirteen was studying at Juilliard with Leonard Rose, who described him as “probably the greatest talent I have ever taught.” He made his professional debut at fifteen with Zubin Mehta and the Israel Philharmonic O...

Spoken Word Poet Kirk Nugent

In college cafés and clubs, the performance art form known as spoken word is gaining recognition and respect. For those unfamiliar with this creative genre, think of it as a lyrical short story narrative delivered through verse. Unlike the more academically acceptable f...

Revealing the Unseen

Evan Grant startlingly shows the evidence of sound and vibrations as being the source of all matter. His passion for Cymatics, the study of wave phenomena inspired him to unveil the hidden worlds, which are only obvious to those who look closer into the source of all na...

The Danger of Unheard Sounds

Seeing is believing, but a bizarre experiment revealed that people are affected by sound they cannot hear nor see. Scientists working at Liverpool’s Metropolitan Cathedral analyzed the responses of 250 people who heard a 50 minute piano recital and also inaudible vibrat...

Discovering the Flavors of Nature’s Wisdom through the Food We Put in Our Bellies

The month of November this year was crucial for the campaign to make people aware of the food they put in their mouths and feed their families. Proposition 37 of the People of the State of California, even though it did not pass by a very small margin, sought to alert u...

Mind Power

Sir Robert Jones When Sir Robert Jones visited the emergency room at St. Peter’s Hospital three and a half years ago, the medical staff became immediately concerned about his condition. At 6’6” he could easily carry a certain amount of extra weight, but this was differe...

From Patient to Respant

Unfortunately doctors and health professionals, in general, do not study success. We are far more likely to consider an unexpected recovery to be due to the treatment or a spontaneous remission. However, I have learned from my experience with patients and by asking them...

Reclaiming Health is About Changing Our Lives

Joan Borysenko, medical scientist, psychologist and educator, possesses an unforgettable warmth.  She openly strives to “meet people where they are” and in doing so, instantly establishes rapport. Her presentations sound more like spiritual inspiration than medical advi...

Healings in the Amazon

If you were confronted with what mainstream science qualifies as an incurable illness, would you be willing to leave everything behind and venture into the Amazonian Jungle in search of a “magical cure” from the hands of local healers? In addition, would you allow a fil...

Muckleshoot Tribe is Reclaiming Their Health

The Pacific Northwest is one of the most diverse and bountiful bioregions in North America, and encompasses hundreds of varieties of edible plants, fishes and animals. The peoples native to these lands consider this affluence “food gifts.” Historically, they were the be...

The Egg and I

Cynthia Lair is a Culinary Arts Director at Bastyr University. She is the author of Feeding the Whole Family (Sasquatch Books, 2008), Feeding the Young Athlete, and contributing editor for Mothering Magazine. Watch videos of her recipes at www.cookusinterruptus.com — a ...

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