Health

The Case for Vaccination

Ultimately, the case for vaccination is that it saves lives. It has changed the face of medicine over the last few decades in this country.  There are risks to vaccines, as there are risks to all medical treatments and, for that matter, everything in

Meditating With Silas

By Aaron Teasdale Web Exclusive After a half hour of mindful breathing my morning meditation session is interrupted by Silas, the indefatigably curious three-year-old ball of mischief. For several days now he has been sneaking upstairs into the meditation room and sabotaging my daily

Yoga for Healthy Children

The Cat, the Cow, and the Camel: Yoga for Healthy, Happy Children By Shakta Kaur Khalsa Issue 99, March/April 2000   At a recent Parent’s Night, a smiling woman came up to me with her hand outstretched. “I’m Debbie Colbert, Hailey’s mom. And I

The Art of Intuition

By Winter Robinson Issue 105 March-April 2001 My grandmother knew things beyond the familiar realm of the senses. When I was a child, I asked my mother, “But how does she know? How did she know what time we’d arrive today, when we didn’t

Plan to Feel

How do you want to feel this week?   Stop and think about it right now.   Close your eyes and take a good in-breath/out-breath if it helps. {It will help.}   What would feel really, really, good to feel?   Connected. Free. Light.