ISSN 1538-1080

Tag: Volume 10, Number 3

Healing Cities Working Group

Download PDF > The healing process in the human body is the ability to rebuild, repair and regenerate cells, tissues and organs. Regeneration draws upon the bodys innate intelligence to heal itself. What would it then mean for a city to be healed, and eventually to reciprocate and be healing and heal itself, its inhabitants

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FEAD Yourself a Different Way

When I rolled out my first series of Mindful Eating classes in 2006, I had no idea how deeply the class participants would be getting into the roots of their maladaptive eating patterns. We were soon opening up hidden reservoirs of pain and suffering many of which had their origins in the antiquity of their

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Chakra Rebuilding: A Shamanic Healing Tool

Chakras pump our vital life force or chi from the bodys central axis throughout the body and the bodys electromagnetic field or aura. When they have been shattered from a trauma, abuse, assault, or injury, the chakras cannot function properly. An individual with a shattered chakra can keep endlessly recycling the same problem such as

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Backyard Bounty: Guelph’s Urban Agriculture Project

Backyard Bounty is a unique community-based agricultural project that began in the spring of 2008 in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Our small business is partnering with community members to use their yard space and convert them into productive vegetable gardens. Landowners receive either some vegetables or a discount on the price of a share in return.

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Remarkable Recovery from a Severe Spinal Injury

Abstract: Remarkable recovery is possible. That is my experience [of a remarkable recovery from a severe cervical spinal injury] and that is my purpose in writing my story. It is not to WOW you with a miraculous story or impress you with what a super-human person I am. Rather, it is to empower you to

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We Get To Listen

Over the years of my career as a teacher, in classrooms and rehearsals and now in the meetings of Still Waters in a Storm, I have preached compassion. When schools generated oppressive lists of rules and standards, and mind-crushing rubrics for grading everything children do, I threw those charts and lists in the garbage and

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IJHC Book Reviews September 2010

Kathryn Schulz. Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of ErrorJohn L. Payne. The Healing of Individuals, Families & Nations: Transgenerational Healing & Family ConstellationsHedges, Chris. Empire of Illusion: The End of Literacy and the Triumph of SpectacleHopkins, Rob. The Transition Handbook From oil dependency to local resilienceShaun Chamberlin and Rob Hopkins. The Transition Timeline: For

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