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The Art of HealingThe Art of Healing

The Art of Healing Issue 57

The Art of Healing supports a holistic approach to wellness with a focus on the individual, and provides solutions that assists readers to lead a more responsible, conscious, and mindful life. Our aim is to deliver reliable information on how to attain and sustain optimal wellness, using the most natural means possible incorporating the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social and environmental aspects of wellbeing.

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LEGIT PUBLICATIONS
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the new confidence

It's here The new conference It's slipped quietly in When I hear others Nervously question their work I feel strongI feel to breathe for them I feel to stand quietly Beside them I feel to step closer And let them know I careA new deeper compassion has arrived It's richer in colour It's softer in appearance It's lighter to the touchIt's like velvet Comforting, plush and deep Yet the weave underneath Is strong and resilient The core has strengthenedThere's no need to roar It stands before itself Resolute and tall Wrapped in gossamer And as that falls away The Light is revealed ■…

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contributors

Thank you to the following writers for their time and contributions to this magazine: • Joy Aimee• Manuela Boyle• Karen Bowller• John Hendry• Lynn Reeder• Louis Vitetta• Sue Wilson Thank you to the following photographers for their time and contributions to this magazine: • Ken Lee for the cover image and photos of the Aryan people of Dah www.kenleephotography.com• Peter Casamento for his photos and coverage of Rosemarie Walmsley and Raw Satya www.casamento.com.au Thank you to the following organisations for their time and contributions to this magazine: • Oliver Charles Beck, The Anthroposcosmic Apothecary www.anap.com.au• Rosemary Walmsley, Raw Satya www.rawsatya.com.au• Ronin Films Subscribe www.roninfilms.com.au• Scott Eathorne, Quikmark Media Today! www.quikmarkmedia.com.au DISCLAIMER: All material provided in this magazine should be used as a guide only. Information provided should not be construed…

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editor’s note

I am always quite surprised when I complete each magazine, the way they each take on a theme, seemingly quite in their own right … In this magazine the article that seems to have quite taken the magazine over is the one on Helping Others by John Hendry. And then sitting next to it, the article on Calming the Survival Brain in Politics by Lynne Reeder, the underlying message in both being how different the world would look if we were all to shift our emphasis to more kindness, empathy and compassion. I would really like you to stop reading this for a moment. Look up, and look out, and really dwell on this. How different would the world look if every single person, each day, with focus and intention,…

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the aryan people of dah

The Aryan people of Dah or Brogpa (also known as Brokpa and Drokpa), are a small community of Dard people residing in the Jammu and Kashmir region of India. They live in the villages of Dhahanu, Darchik, and Gahanu - situated 163km southwest of Leh, the administrative capital of Ladakh. The Brogpas are said to be descendants of the Dards, and of Indo-Aryan stock, who came down from the Indus centuries ago. However there is another theory that they arrived from Gilgit, Pakistan in the seventh century. Another more popular theory suggests they are direct descendants of some of Alexander’s Army who who were left on the Indus river after his campaign was abandoned in 326 BC. At a population of 4000 they are one of the smallest ethnic groups…

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8 effective ways to detox gmos from your body

Chances are in your lifetime you have consumed genetically modified organisims (GMO) in food which has left chemical residues in your body. So it is a good idea to eliminate these toxins to maintain optimal health. But detoxing won’t do all the magic. It is even better if you can avoid GMO’s and buy organic food or eat food with low pesticide residues. Below are 8 ways you can eliminate GMO’s from your body. 1. Eat More FibreFrankly, fibre can eliminate most health and weight issues. It improves digestion, prevents and treats chronic diseases, enhances weight loss and lowers the risk of getting some cancers. Fibre also helps maintain good gut bacteria and helps to eliminate toxins through the colon. Try to get at least 25 grams of fibre a…

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top 5 foods for the pineal gland

If you are seeking enlightenment through meditation, or perhaps you are just looking to obtain a good night’s rest, you need a healthy pineal gland. Often referred to as the third eye, this small, pinecone-shaped endocrine organ located in the brain secretes and regulates melatonin, the hormone that regulates your circadian rhythms (your sleep-wake cycle) and certain sex hormones. Top 5 Foods for the Pineal GlandCalcification is an issue that occurs to everyone, but it is increased in individuals who eat a poor diet. The problem is that overexposure to fluoride and phosphorus destabilises your body’s mineral balance and can cause your pineal gland to calcify quickly (nearly half of Americans experience pineal calcification by the age of 18.) This disrupts your natural rhythms and hormones.So the best thing to…

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