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The Coming Revolution in Medicine

Does Your Doctor Understand Inflammation?
A Burning Question - Got the -itis? Bronch-itis, arthr-itis, gingiv-itis? The -itis signifies inflammation, as in flame and burning, but inflammation is also at the root of cancers, heart disease and the rest. Inflammation is an acute and usually obvious "get to the doctor" problem where the immune system has been activated by an insult which triggered a powerful response. The intense reaction is simply oxidation, the rapid removal of electrons from one (offending) molecule by another (immune oxidizer), like the flic of a flame in a dry haystack.



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The purpose of The Art of Healing is to inform and educate readers about health and healing alternatives. Our aim is to deliver reliable information on how to attain and sustain wellness, using the most natural means possible and incorporating the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social and environmental aspects of wellbeing. The Art of Healing supports a holistic approach to wellness with a focus on the individual, and provides solutions that assists people to lead more responsible, conscious, and mindful lives on planet earth. The Art of Healing sees integrative medicine and complementary healthcare as the way of the future.

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JUN/AUG 2014

Inadequate vitamin C levels boost risk of most deadly type of stroke by nearly 50 percent
Every year in the US, more than 800,000 people suffer the devastating effects of a stroke, and 150,000 will die as a consequence of the fourth-leading cause of mortality. The sad part of this story is that many of these deaths are preventable by altering lifestyle habits and adhering to a diet that eliminates highly processed foods in favour of fruit and vegetables delivered as nature intended.
Cultivate vibrant health and a clear mind with the wisdom of Ayurveda
The ancient yogis of India recognised long ago that "we are what we eat" and devised a system of guidance to promote the most harmonious state of mind and body. The term "sattva" is the central guiding principle behind a diet which cultivates a sense of love, connection and peace. The foundation of sattva is the idea of non-harming - namely, vegetarianism where food is naturally grown, free of harmful pesticides, chemicals, hormones, irradiation and, in our modern day, GMOs.
Human Vulnerability
Humanity is about to receive some great lessons in human vulnerability. We are born perfectly vulnerable and when we die, dare to love, get sick, or suffer violence in its many forms, we return to the core feeling that makes us who and what we are.
Stop, Look and Listen: Healing a Society in Denial
Beliefs can become patterns if you hold them long enough. People don’t like to have their belief systems challenged as sometimes they are the very foundation used to “survive”, emotionally speaking. Today, something is obviously not working, yet we still struggle with the idea of confronting and releasing our old conditioning and beliefs, healing, and making real change.

Hypertension or the No Tension Prescription?
Keeping Our Spirit Alive and Strong
Healing With Your Inner Family: Part I Building Trust
Is Less Really More?
Homelessness and the Journey to Social Inclusion
Mickel Therapy – A Methodological Approach to Fatigue and Pain Conditions
Non-Symbolic Consciousness and Everyday Life
Samadhi Retreat Review
Homelessness and the Journey to Social Inclusion
Healing Magazine on Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Natural Therapy and Well Being current issue


Love Your Life: An Illustrated Interview with Maurice Sendak
The Shirt Off My Back
As our spirit grows, we become more in touch with the beauty of the world. Artist Christoph Niemann illustrates his personal take on an interview with Maurice Sendak on NPR's Fresh Air. He invites us into a world of wild things, inspiration and the love that Sendak has for the world. "Live your life, live your life, live your life."
A short, award winning film titled, The Wings of Joy, follows a young boy on his quest to save money for a coveted sports jersey. Allow yourself to be surprised by the kindness, joy and connection the film portrays.


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The Amazing Healing Properties of Fermented Foods

Between the hard and fast dichotomies of cooked and raw, dead and alive, is this beautiful thing called fermented. A place where many of the digestive challenges associated with raw foods (e.g. enzyme inhibitors, anti-nutrients, lectins) are overcome in favour of not just preserving their benefits (e.g. enzyme activity, vitamin content, life energy), but amplifying them. Also overcome are the adverse consequences of cooking, e.g. enzyme destruction, vitamin activity degradation, oxidized fats, denatured proteins, etc., while still benefiting from the enhanced digestibility and assimilation that certain cooking applications offer. Fermented food is in many ways the complementary union of cooked and raw, as well as their transcendence – an image, not unlike the Tai Chi, comes to mind.

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