Spiritual Sound Healing The Path Macrobiotic Cooking & Philosophy Eastover's New Line-up is Entirely Holistic & About Wellness with a Mystical Touch When you don't go within, you go without.”— Yogi BajhanLENOX, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, June 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Eastover’s line-up of events are entirely holistic and about wellness with a “mystical” touch in which leaders in the fields of Martial Arts, Macrobiotic Cooking, Kundalini Yoga and Sound Healing share their particular path to a healthy and well-lived life: Flying Phoenix Qigong with Master Terry Dunn – June 28-July 1 A rare and extraordinarily powerful medical Qigong system created more than 400 years ago by renowned Taost monk Feng Dao Deh of Ehrmeishan. It is a complete Taoist monastic system comprised of standing, seated, stationary and moving postures that impart a wide range of salient health benefits with remarkable swiftness: increased respiratory power, … [Read more...] about This Summer at Eastover: Alchemy, Phoenixes, Healing Sounds & The Ancient Temple of the Yellow Dragon!
RESTON, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES, June 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Danielle Preston is on a unique mission that embraces spiritual, physical, mental and emotional components of wellness, and includes the novel cleansing techniques of The Emotion Code and The Body Code. She strives to erase negative thoughts and behavior patterns, provide divine guidance, and increase awareness and abundant living. Each time she coaches someone, it builds an enduring relationship, creates positive change in their life that in turn raises collective energy, and has a ripple effect on the whole of human consciousness. “I’m out to heal this planet, one heart at a time.” Danielle has a PhD in Spiritual Counseling and when she first attained it back in the 90’s, there were very few universities offering programs in Metaphysics. Dr. Paul Leon Masters was one of the first to establish such a course of study, and put metaphysics on the educational map. Today, she uses that knowledge … [Read more...] about Danielle Preston of Healing-Grounds Integrated Wellness Coaching to be Featured on CUTV News Radio
close Video Incas mastered the practice of drilling holes in skulls The Incas mastered the practice of trepanation, which is the process of drilling holes in people's skulls. If you had a hole drilled through your skull in historical times, the odds of surviving the ordeal were far better in the ancient Inca Empire of South America than they were in North America during the American Civil War, a new study finds. Researchers made the finding by studying more than 800 Inca skulls found in Peru that had undergone trepanation — a practice in which a surgeon cuts, scrapes or drills a hole in a person's head. Between 17 and 25 percent of these Inca patients died before their skulls healed, the researchers found. In comparison, during the American Civil War (1861 to 1865), more than twice that percentage — between 46 and 56 percent of soldiers — died so soon after trepanation that their skulls had no time to heal, the researchers discovered. … [Read more...] about Incas mastered the grisly practice of drilling holes in people’s skulls
CLEVELAND, Ohio - William Speier couldn't resist sliding down a handrail on the newly completed Nord Family Greenway in University Circle Tuesday while balancing a box of cheese pizza in his right hand. His playful stunt might sound trivial, but it showed how a well-designed public space can elicit spontaneous moments of fun, even of joy. "It's gorgeous," said Speier, a 19-year-old Cleveland native back in town for a summer job after freshman year at the University of Cincinnati, referring to the new greenway. The question raised by the project, which is undeniably beautiful, is whether it can help heal the racial and economic breach that has characterized University Circle for decades. A new landscape Conceived by Case Western Reserve University in 2013 with the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Cleveland Foundation, the greenway is a $15 million, 15-acre swath of trees, grass, staircases and picnic terraces that overlap and improve portions of the Fine Arts Garden south of the museum, … [Read more...] about Can University Circle’s beautiful new Nord Greenway heal a racial divide? (photos)
There is a story of love, honor and respect surrounding each flag that will fly this Memorial Day at Hoopes Park in Auburn. Flags are purchased in honor or memory of a friend, veteran or loved one. They are publicly flown for the Memorial Day weekend at Hoopes Park and then collected and brought home by each supporting community member to post in their own yards as a continued sign of patriotism. An opening ceremony kicked off the weekend last night at the park. It featured Dan Cummings as the Master of Ceremonies, St. Joseph School children performing patriotic songs, and the Hogan Family reflecting on their experience as a Catholic Military Family. The Auburn display is a gift to the community made possible through donations, sponsorships and the efforts of many dedicated volunteers. … [Read more...] about Hoopes Park in Auburn hosts Healing Field of Hopes and Dreams (photos)