Browsing Archives of - 2015 July

Qigong to Create Harmony for Yourself and Your Reality

By Kevin Hufford It was a Saturday morning as we began our seven hour drive from Burlington, VT to home after dropping off our daughter for her freshman year of college and because of the weekend event I was thinking that it was extremely important to be able to create harmony within myself and my... Read More »

How To Lower Anyone’s Blood Pressure Naturally

By Dipak Chandra Majumder The following are some of the lifestyle changes on how to lower your blood pressure levels. Lose weight: As body weight increases, chances of developing high pressure of blood are almost inevitable. One may experience breathing difficulties due to being overweight. Consequently, your pressure of blood can rise. One of the... Read More »

Anything But Bitter Health Benefits Of The Bitter Gourd

By Kez Sze I have known the bitter gourd all my life. As a child, I viewed the vegetable as the one time it would not hurt to think like an adult: the take it or leave it attitude. As a teenager, I thought Bitter Melony had caught up with me, when she appeared on... Read More »

How to Develop a Daily Yoga Practice and Start a Morning Sadhana

by Karan Khalsa Yoga, the thousand years old Hindu philosophy of maintaining physiological fitness, is getting much more popularity day by day for its scientific base and methods. This ancient philosophy with its root in Indian culture, is successfully spreading its wide branches in the global arena. A growing number of people are including yoga... Read More »

10 Quick and Simple Tips to Improve Your Social Media Marketing

By Leslie McDermid Social media marketing requires a huge amount of time and effort, but a few small changes to your social media profiles can give you big results. There are seldom any shortcuts, but quick tips like these can help to build on the marketing strategies you already have in place. 1. Add social... Read More »

The Nutrional Scale: Digital Scale That Will Complete Your Diet

by Rodney George In this modern era, where the economy constantly suffers and budgets are tight, there is a need to cut costs and be time efficient. The common sayings, time is money, is ever true, especially in these last few years. If we want to save money, we can do something ourselves. However, it... Read More »

5 Ancient Powers of Ashwagandha

By Jacob Wonn Ashwagandha (scientific name Withania somnifera) is an herb indigenous to India which has long been a centerpiece of Ayurvedic healing. The roots and berries of this herb are ground to a powder which can be steeped as a tea or ingested in capsules. Ashwagandha is now available around the globe and has... Read More »

I Ching Readings for Wiser Decision Making

By Hilary Barrett People have been using the I Ching for help in making decisions for several thousand years. In ancient China, the questions might have been about royal marriage alliances or whether to go to war; nowadays, you might ask about which job to take, whether to buy a house, whether to stick with... Read More »

Zen Health and Wellness

By Peter Kirwan A Quick Preamble: A brief explanation of Zen is probably the way to go here, before we get into the “meat-and-potatoes” of what “Zen Health & Wellness” is all about – so here goes: ZEN: a word that (to a born-and-bred westerner like me anyhow) seems very eastern, very mystical and definitely…... Read More »

People Power – Using Social Networks for Social Change

By Yasmin Ffion Scott Most of us use social networks nowadays, whether it’s the more prominent Facebook and Twitter platforms, or the image and video based channels. It has become a part of modern daily life, and many people have contrasting opinions about whether that’s a good or a bad thing. Some people say that... Read More »