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A Partnership with Horses

Margo Forstrom owns Hunter Valley Farm in Graham, Washington, and currently cares for six horses, three of her own and three boarders. Louie has treated her horses for over thirteen years and in the course of that time she has watched him work on about a dozen horses. F...

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...

On The Same Wavelength

After thirty years of swimming with dolphins and whales, Joan Ocean is regarded as an authority on the subject of dolphin and whale communication. Ocean developed the remarkable methodologies for this pioneering work and has authored two books translated into eight lang...

An Ecology Based Education

What is the purpose of education? What exactly are we trying to achieve by sending kids to school for twelve years? Many people talk about reform, but Dr. David Orr, Distinguished Professor of Environmental Studies at Oberlin College, says we need to rethink our school ...

The Art of Being Prepared for Any Catastrophe

September is National Preparedness Month in the U.S. – spawned by the World Trade center trauma in 2001. In honor of the event, most Americans listen to a few speeches, wave a flag, and cram another piece of mom’s apple pie down their throats. In truth, according ...

Earth in Mind

The normal temperature range for growing lemon trees is seventy to fifty-five degrees. Below fiftyfour degrees Fahrenheit they go into dormancy, which is why much of the world’s citrus is grown in sun belts like Florida and California. But although the average temperatu...

Perceptions and Performance

In a previous study, Jessica Witt, professor of psychology at Purdue University and director of the Action-Modulated Perception Lab, had proven that the success of athletes changed how they perceived action; for example, a tennis ball will look larger to a successful te...

Celebrating Louise Hay!

I’ve reached an age now where I’m often perceived or referred to as being “wise.” This amuses me tremendously, because I go through life just doing the best I can, meanwhile bumping into the furniture and forgetting my keys like everybody else.

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Stressed About Your Health? F**k It.

Stressed out? Exhausted? Running yourself ragged trying to be a good person, raise tolerant children, impress your boss, eat healthy, pay the bills, grow spiritually and monitor your carbon footprint? John C. Parkin has a suggestion for you: Just say “fuck it.” Parkin, ...

Super Mind Science

Many ancient traditions have used different methods that allow people’s brain waves to slow down, meditation, chants, drum circles and dance being some of the most common. The rhythms created by these practices slow people’s brain waves from their normal busy brai...

Simple Living, High Thinking

Since time immemorial, human societies have championed Mother Nature’s therapeutic splendor as a reliable and sacred source of healthcare. In the past century, Earth has become a swimming pool of toxic substances: recreational and pharmaceutical drugs, pollutants, house...

Depression and the Brain

Depression, the most prevalent perturbation, the world’s largest disability; can be overcome, no matter what its cause. Whether generated by thought, life experiences, or genetics; this murky miasma, when understood and accepted; will no longer hold us back or tie us do...

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