Summer beings May 5 this year, according to the Ancient Chinese and the calendar used today.
The Chinese use the Twenty-Four Solar Terms calendar that previously informed their agricultural practices and today continues to inform their diet and lifestyle. Eating with seasonal changes can support and strengthen our constitution. Explore these ideas and observe how you respond.
The Summer is the Heart and Small Intestine Function Energy, the element of Fire, and the attitude of Joy. May 5 is also a potent portal, 555. This is also a national holiday in Japan, Children’s Day. It is Cinco de Mayo. What does May 5 mean to you?
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There’re so many diets out there. Eating is also a big homogenizing force! What if we ate with the season? With what’s local? Are there benefits to eating this way? Plus eating from our inner authority?
Each season has a different focus and we can align by adjusting our diety to meet these seasonal needs. Here are suggestions for winter.
Pears are a cooling food, according to Chinese Medicine. This makes cooking it as a delicious dessert soup a great way to enjoy this health booster.
Pisces corresponds with the Liver which rule the eyes. Both Pisces and the Liver rule the feet. So many wonderful relationships for healing.
Pisces relates to the Liver. Learn three ways to harmonize this energy with Jin Shin Jyutsu. The Liver Flow is also known as the Cerebrum Flow – find how it affects our Human Assemblage Point.
Jupiter and Saturn are coming into their next conjunction December 2020. This happens every 20 years and we are moving into a new era. Let’s get ready!
Neptune Square Neptune transits occur in your 40s, along with other potent transits. Here’s how to navigate this transit.
Taurus Season begins April 19. Discover the archetype of this sign and its relations with the Large Intestine Energy.
Mercury moves from Pisces into Aries April 3. This is a significant shift in energy. What will you be communicating while Mercury is in Aries?
With Spring Equinox, we begin Aries Season. The mineral cell-salt corresponding to Aries is Kali Phos, which helps us ignite the fire.
Comfort can be a safe place, a place for resting and being arrested on our journey. Is it a crutch or a tool?
Chinese Medicine Practitioners Sandra Lanshin Chiu and Ivy Lee discuss cultural appropriation and Gua Sha. Find out what their suggestions and resources are.
Love is the way and the frequencies are rising. Here’s a song from Teyana Taylor ft Lauryn Hill ‘cuz “your value is internal.” It’s a given.
Jet lag happens when we cross timezones. If you struggle with jet lag, here are effective holistic suggestions, from homeopathy to energy healing.
As a sentient being, our beautiful planet also has a chakra system. Some say there are 12 major and 144 minor chakras. What are these earth chakras?
Guest writer Rebecca Brown shares what she learned on the Camino, the first time she walked it. She’s since walked the Camino twice more.
May 5 is a national holiday in Japan. Children’s Day and so in celebrating children, we are looking into ourselves as adults and how we impact the children around us.
Do you struggle with mosquito bites and allergies? What do they have in common? We look at them from an energetic and spiritual lens.
Caroline Myss has said that “we have a million ears in a million other places.” What does this mean for our embodied experience?
Diana is curious about how we can move through the world with greater ease. She offers mindful movement practices and listening touch therapies and hosts song circles. These include yin and yang yoga based on the five elements, womb yoga, active meditations, Tension Release Exercise, Jin Shin Jyutsu, and Cranio-sacral Therapy.