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The Art of Healing June - August 2016 (55)

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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alternative anthem we brits 2006

Put the kettle on Put the kettle on It is the British answer to Armageddon. Never mind taxes rise Never mind trains are late One thing you can be sure of and that’s the kettle, mate. It’s not whether you lose It’s not whyether you win It’s whether or not you’ve plugged the kettle in. May the kettle ever hiss May the kettle ever steam It is the engine that drives our nation’s dream. Long live the kettle that rules over us May it be limescale free and may it never rust. Sing it on the beaches Sing it from the housetops The sun may set on empire but the kettle never stops.…

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Thank you to the following people for their contributions to this issue: Hana Assafiri, Simon Borg-Oliver, Robina Courtin, Manuela Malauti-Boyle, Eleanor Oyston, Sue Lake-Harris, Carlisle Rogers, Christine Handy, Felicia Gomez Elise Assim • Psoriasis • Nutritious Recipes and particularly, our regular contributors • Jen Schrader • Ted Scott • Joy Aimee News Bytes and Research Julie Wilson, J.D. Heyes, Harold Shaw, Jennifer Lea Reynolds ORGANISATIONS and WEBSITES: • Ballarat Art Gallery •naturalnews.com •greenmedinfo.com •healthimpactnews.com •wakeup-world.com PUBLISHING COMPANIES: Quikmark Media, Escape Media, Melbourne Books. DISCLAIMER: All material provided in this magazine should be used as a guide only. Information provided should not be construed or used as a substitute for professional or medical advice. We would suggest that a healthcare professional should be consulted before adopting any opinions or suggestions contained in this magazine. Whilst every care is taken to compile and check articles contained herein for accuracy, the Publisher,…

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our front cover artist jose romussi

Jose was born in Chile, growing up and travelling with his mother as she painted and taught Art. As he spent a lot of time alone he had lots of time to reflect and express himself through different forms of Art, and especially liked doing drawings. It wasn’t until 2010 that he ‘officially’ decided to become an artist. His school were his friends. He was living in New York when he started doing collage but he was not feeling really into it; "these techniques didn’t allow me to do what I really wanted to do, so I started exploring with other media and adding some embroidery to my work and then I felt my ideas were getting somewhere". Jose Romussi challenges the preconceived idea that we have in our consciousness of an…

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editor’s note

I want to start this note, by saying thank you -–to you. I want to say thank you for caring enough about yourself to buy this magazine so you can educate, self-develop and self-empower yourself and others. I want to say thank you on behalf of myself – and on behalf of all of us living in this world – that you care enough to take some action. I know as a reader of The Art of Healing that you will be making a difference in this world, that you care about the vibration you are putting out, and the footprint you are leaving behind you. It is because of people like you that I believe the balance is tipping. Social Media In the last magazine we published some astounding figures on…

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renowned cancer expert ralph moss explains why the west is finally embracing herbal medicine

Well-acclaimed cancer expert Ralph W. Moss PhD, has travelled the world in search of society's most effective cancer treatments. Having authored 10 books, produced three documentary films and written countless cancer-related articles, featured in a long list of respectable publications, it's clear Moss has dedicated his life to understanding a disease that affects so many of us. A staunch proponent of alternative medicine, Moss authored Herbs Against Cancer, in which he delves into the growing acceptance of herbal medicine in the West. The following is a snippet from his book. The world is changing; medical treatments that were considered sheer quackery a few years ago are now being given serious consideration by government researchers. In the developing world, herbal medicine has attained new prestige, thanks mainly to the sponsorship of the…

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huge new study proves that eating berries promotes weight loss

Middle-age spread is a real issue for both men and women. As metabolism slows down with age, and muscle mass is reduced, it's increasingly difficult for the body to burn fat and stay fit. Although some handle it better than others, middle age is far from a breezy walk through the park for most people. Under these stressful circumstances, some people find comfort in food or alcohol, both of which also tend to show around the waist. But it's not all hopeless for those trying to fight the dreaded middle-age spread. According to a new study of large proportions published in the journal BMJ, a minor change in diet can actually help you stay slim. Here's how. The BMJ Study on Flavonoids and Weight Changes The BMJ study was the largest of its kind…