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Volume 18 Issue 4
November/Dec 2012

Stem Cell Nutrition: A New Paradigm in Health and Wellness

The Health Benefits of Gelatin

Live Blood Analysis
A Complementary Health Care Modality

Prenatal Origins of Physical and Mental Health: What Our Babies Need for Optimal Development

The Power of We the Consumers

Remembering Azez and The Beings of the Light

Zen Solutions for a Busy Mom: Feng Shui Tips to Help Your Child Settle Down and Sleep Better

OM: The Great Mantra for All Spiritual Seekers

Editorial

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Volume 18 Issue 4 —November/December 2012

The current issueStem Cell Nutrition: A New Paradigm in Health and Wellness
by Jeannette McLaughlin

While debate over embryonic stem cell research continues, scientists have made astounding discoveries about adult stem cells. Found in an organism after birth, primarily in the bone marrow, adult stem cells are the body’s master cells. Stem cells released by the bone marrow are responsible for the constant renewal of red blood cells and lymphocytes (immune cells). The body produces millions of stem cells every day; however, due to factors such as daily exposure to environmental toxins, physical and mental stress, poor diet, as well as the aging process, the number and quality of circulating stem cells gradually decrease.

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The Health Benefits of Gelatin
by Sandra Brandt

Gelatin production could be called a form of recycling. Gelatin is a mixture of amino acids extracted from animal collagen, which comes from “waste” products of animal farming, including bones, ligaments, cartilage, connective tissues, skins, and hides, by a process known as hydrolysis. This process enables the extraction of a dry substance from the collagen; the tasteless, odourless, light coloured powder that is called gelatin.

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Live Blood Analysis
A Complementary Health Care Modality

by Shannon Flath

In recent years, many more people have been looking to different forms of complementary and alternative health care for support and guidance on their journey to become healthier. On this journey, a person will come across a wide range of health care options from which they could choose, including acupressure, iridology, homeopathy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and so much more. So how do we choose the right ones for us?

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Prenatal Origins of Physical and Mental Health: What Our Babies Need for Optimal Development
by Myrna Martin

It has been nearly a century since pre and perinatal psychology were introduced by Otto Rank, a student and colleague of Sigmond Freud. His slim book, The Trauma of Birth, was a gift to his mentor and friend in 1924. This birthday surprise detailed how Rank thought that difficulty during birth could affect the psyche of the person being born in such a way that it would affect them the rest of their lives. While first warmly received by Freud, it was rejected and the relationship between teacher and student was forever affected. Since then, this pattern of considering that babies have experiences that have lifelong implications has taken similar course in the world. A small cohort of practitioners took on the belief that yes, these early experiences do influence behaviour for a lifetime while the medical, scientific, and popular communities ignored, disengaged, or even repudiated this idea.

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The Power of We the Consumers
by Catherine Milos

Hopeless, overwhelmed, part of a minority. You have probably felt like this at one point or another when looking for anything from holistic services to organic food and clothes. It can be difficult to make choices that are healthy, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. It can feel like we are getting nowhere when political agendas shift away from our health and environment and stores offer few or expensive options.

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Remembering Azez and The Beings of the Light
by Fay Thompson

The star Azez is known in spiritual circles as the star after which the transformational power crystal Azeztulite is named. The beings, or consciousness of this star, sometimes referred to as “The Azez,” are made of a benevolent energy that wishes to make its presence known once again on Earth and aid humanity in its spiritual evolution.

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Zen Solutions for a Busy Mom
Feng Shui Tips to Help Your Child Settle Down and Sleep Better

by Bridget Saraka

This article was inspired by those big “Aha!” moments from the moms of young children who have attended my feng shui classes. Many of them have mentioned that their children have difficulty getting to sleep and staying asleep. When discussing the most ideal feng shui bedroom tips, they are shocked and delighted at the practicality of my Zen solutions.

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OM: The Great Mantra for All Spiritual Seekers
by Dr. S. R. Harit

The Science of Aum (Om)

It is our common observation that whenever we look at AUM, feelings of devotion and respect are experienced in our mind. Aum is respected by spiritual aspirants all over the world. A few decades back, Aum was encircled by mystical notions and myths. In the twentieth century, due to scientific research, its universal and secular nature as well as the therapeutic significance was revealed. Aum is undoubtedly a part and parcel of Indian culture. Practically in almost all languages Aum is drawn as a sacred symbol. There is also an identical type of word in other cultures, i.e. Shalom (Hebrew), Salaam (Arabic), Amen (Christian), and Amin (Islam).

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Editorial
by Melva Armstrong

It is almost one year since I arrived at the new acreage near Kamsack, which means I’ve now been blessed to experience all four seasons in this lovely part of the province. The aspects of nature that stand out the most are the incredible sunsets and the skies. Many of them are truly breathtaking and magnificent, and all are unique and different. With the glorious view stretching across the horizon, each day they light up my life and bring joy to my heart.

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Plus:

Boneset – A Forgotten Cold and Flu Remedy
Diary of a Yogi (Part 2)
Classical Hatha Yoga
Get Your Power Back
Self-esteem and Self-love Feed Success and Healing
Aboriginal Spirituality and Christian Beliefs
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