Archive for January, 2010

Namaste – Jan/Feb Issue

Namaste – Jan/Feb Issue

WHAT BEAUTIFUL SNOW we are getting over here in New Jersey. It’s that really good packing snow – perfect for a big snowball fight! WHAT FUN! If you live on the east coast, go outside, enjoy the snow, make snow angels, and throw some snowballs at your spouse or kids. It will rejuvenate your soul! [&hellip

Doorway Through the Eight Branches of Yoga

To see, is to look with eyes wide-awake, through a mind clear as glass. By Miriam Sophie There is something about doorways that tickles my mind into contemplative whirlwind mental journeys. Living in Kyoto, sacred gates, the predecessors of doorways, allow me to keep up a constant mental dance of stepping back and over and [&hellip

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar

From the time your child is three years old you can pour half a cup of apple cider vinegar in their bath. This vinegar is extremely therapeutic- not only as a good cleanser and detoxifier but has many health benefits as well- like boosting children’s moods and helping them relax. Apple cider vinegar can make [&hellip

Buying your Seeds

It’s time to buy your seeds for the coming year. This is the fun part- so here is a great tip to think about before you start flipping through all of those catalogs. Try to buy seeds that originated from the country in which you live. America, for instance, has a variety of companies that [&hellip

The Swine Flu Skinny

The Swine Flu Skinny

By Dr. Joseph Russo As almost everyone in the U.S. has heard, there is a flu virus going around called the H1N1 virus, also known as the Swine Flu or the Influenza-like Illness virus. It has become so news worthy that the Center for Disease Control has a weekly update on its website. Additionally, state [&hellip

The Tirade over Cap-And-Trade

We must cap pollution in this country; our health depends on it. By Alix Shutello “It is unambiguous that humans are causing global warming,” said Roger Pielke Sr. a climate research scientist at the University of Colorado but he added that “it’s just that it’s much more than CO2.” And he is right. Climate change [&hellip

Namaste- Jan/Feb 2010 Issue

Namaste- Jan/Feb 2010 Issue

WHAT BEAUTIFUL SNOW we are getting over here in New Jersey.  It’s that really good packing snow – perfect for a big snowball fight!  WHAT FUN!  If you live on the East coast, go outside, enjoy the snow, make snow angels, and throw some snowballs at your spouse or kids.  It will rejuvenate your soul!  [&hellip

Shellfish

Shellfish

Shellfish! They are my nemesis I believe. Shrimp, oysters, clams, mussels, I love them all but they don’t get along with me very well. I don’t indulge in them very often but when I do, I truly appreciate them giving their life to be enjoyed by those who partake in such extravagance. To all of [&hellip

SEEING THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS: To see, is to look with eyes wide-awake, through a mind clear as glass

  There is something about doorways that tickles my mind into contemplative whirlwind mental journeys.  Living in Kyoto, sacred gates, the predecessors of doorways, allow me to keep up a constant mental dance of stepping back and over and through borders and worlds, a limitless hop-skotch game of transformation. Evolution, for the simple recognizing of [&hellip

Plants and the Seasons: Pt. 2 Spring/Summer

Plants and the Seasons: Pt. 2 Spring/Summer

By Bryn Richard Although the plant world may look dead now, in the middle of winter, it is only asleep. From your garden to the wilder forests and meadows, from the century-old tree to the new seed created last fall, plants are only awaiting the arrival of spring before bursting into life. What triggers these [&hellip