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Arhive Title: Homeopathy

As Below, So Above

Trees. Unless you live in a desert, they are all around us. When you look at a tree, what do you see? What tree comes to mind for you?  Do you ever consider what is below the tree, under the ground? What do trees need to live? How does a tree get what it needs … Read more

Cancer and Homeopathy – in Plants and People

Cancer in woody plants…who knew? I guess if you are a botanist or arborist you might know of such a phenomenon but I was quite unaware. I am currently visiting my folks in Winnipeg…again. I really thought I was done travelling this summer. But the invitation for my husband to do some work for family … Read more

Family Member with Dementia? Talk to Ludwig, the Robot

After reading this morning’s National Post story (and listening to the video on the website edition of the article) “Robot deployed to help dementia sufferers” , I am left utterly at a loss for words as I sort through a multitude of thoughts and feelings. In fact, I am tempted to use some very bad … Read more

Giddy-Up Go: Remedies for Riding and Rodeo

It is not enough for a man to know how to ride; he must know how to fall.  ~Mexican Proverb Today as I write I am aware that I have is the most breath taking outdoor office. My view? The rolling green pastures, the blue gray Rocky Mountains in the distance, a breeze strong enough … Read more

At a Loss for Words: Turning to Poets and Writers

  Something is happening. Can you feel it too? There is suffering, heartache, inequality, lack of resources (personal and global), autism, vaccine injury, chronic disease, GMO foods and dying bees and we are all hurting at some level. I understand why many turn off their TVs and avoid social media. It’s almost too much to … Read more

Heroes, Autism and Anxiety

Hello everyone, Who are your personal heroes these days? Stop and consider before you read any further. List the top five that are first in your mind. Go ahead. Maybe you have 10, 20, or even more. Please feel free to share them in the comments at the end of the newsletter. There are so … Read more

Summer Unplugged

“The more ways we have to connect, the more many of us seem desperate to unplug.” ~ Pico Iyer Twice in the past week I was advised, in the gentlest and most encouraging way, to “unplug” from technology and work. Both people used the same word…”unplug.” Both these caring folk know how much I love … Read more

Health is About Cooperation and Communication

When To Get Professional Help With A Sick Child Karen Wehrstein, Executive Director of Canadian Consumers Centre for Homeopathy (3CH), does a remarkable job of advocating on all issues where stories about homeopathy affect the public perception with misinformation. Here is her introduction to an event that took place in Calgary in 2013. “In a … Read more

Hope and Coping in Difficult Times

Sadness Comes from Many Places Perhaps it is the peaceful passing of my colorful mother-in-law Fernie Powers who had dementia the last 5 years of her life or perhaps it is the recent mass killings in Orlando, Florida or perhaps it is the post-viewing of “Vaxxed: From Cover Up to Catastrophe” video interview after video … Read more