Friday, September 5, 2014

Western Medicine Doesn't Have ALL the Answers

In todays BWD: Finding aYoga style that fits you; the healing power of touch; and letting your reason do the healing when your feelings tell you it's hopeless. May it bless you.

Be Well.

There's just no arguing with the fact that Yoga is good for your head. Yoga practice has been proven to reduce the effects of everything from headaches to Alzheimers. But there are zillions of Yoga classes out there, and every one of them seems to be different. Greatist has created this tool to help you discover What Style of Yoga is Right for You?

Reflexology is not new. It has been practiced in China for thousands of years, and is based on the Chi or energy flow that is always flowing through the body. To a culture used to swallowing drugs, cutting holes in living bodies, and exposing sick people to blasts of radiation, it may sound a little nuts. But to the healers who have been applying these techniques for millenia, injecting poisonous chemotherapy drugs into your blood probably seems a little counter-intuitive as well. Journey to Wellness explains the basics of this ancient healing art.


"My life is a mess. A failure. A disaster. Something always goes wrong. It never ends. Why can't I just be happy?" Sound familiar? Everybody feels the weight of life on their shoulders sometimes. Crap happens. When it happens often enough, you might start to feel as if you are condemned, fated to always be miserable... that you'll never be really happy or content. It feels like life sucks sometimes. But you can't always trust your feelings. In these 29 Signs You're Doing Just Fine, (Even if it Doesn't Feel Like It.), Earth: We Are One offers signs of hope to look for when it seems that everything is bad and it's never going to get better.