You have to pay attention to your body and notice what works and doesn’t work to be well

Naturopathy is based on a belief in a special energy called vital energy or vital force that guides the bodily processes. This vital energy is intelligent and is always seeking homeostasis or health. Naturopathy honors the body’s innate wisdom to heal. As a naturopath, my role is neither to diagnose or treat but to support this amazing innate healing process. I want you to understand that when you embark on a natural healing path you assume something I call “self responsibility.” You agree to pay attention to your own body, your mental and emotional state, and notice what moves you …
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The secret to sustaining weight loss is learning to balance these 3 important aspects of yourself

One of the fun things I have been playing with is the many voices that live inside us. In facing my recent health challenge, My coach asked me to name a few of my voices. Ha Ha. Let’s see, the naturopath voice believes food is medicine and the diet should be organic, alkaline, anti-inflammatory, etc. in order to allow the body to heal itself. Of course, the nurse and allopathic voice just wants the diagnosis and drugs that will solve the problem by suppressing the symptoms. The spiritual voice believes if we have enough faith and can get in the …
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Holding a grudge costs more than you think – don’t let it bankrupt your life

Mary had not been home for eight years. Within the first 15 minutes of being home, those old feelings of inadequacy had crept back into her psyche. How is it that we can grow up, move on to create successful lives, and within 15 minutes of being home we can feel like we are 10 years old again?   Esther Hicks says that emotional energy is where you last left it. Look at it this way—if the last time you saw your dad it ended with a big upset, then next time the subject of dad comes up that big …
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If you ever feel like you or your life is not good enough – this article could change your life

I remember when my coach kept insisting I did not need to do everything I believed I needed to do. I felt myself getting more and more irritated with him because I knew I could not just stop doing the things that needed to be done in my life. I felt myself building to anger. I knew I wasn’t angry at him, but I felt like I was in this perpetual cycle of never enough time and so much to do. To blow things off and be irresponsible was not part of who I am. So how could he say …
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