This month in Healing Points Healthblog
Every day I read dozens of sites to find up to the minute news that is
important to maintaining and improving health. Some of the recent
highlights from February are listed below.
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- Acupuncture Shown to Benefit Headache in Primary Care
- Low B-12 Levels Linked to Increased Rate of Bone Loss
- "Healthy" Diet May Increase Plasma LDL and Lp(a) in Some Women
- Study finds nerve damage can affect opposite side of body.
- Study Confirms Alcohol's Role In
Increasing Risk Of Gout
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- Last chance for a While?
It has been an amazingly wonderful experience providing the Monday Night
Sound Healing sessions for all who have been lucky enough to attend.
It looks like, if all things work out according to plan, that I may be
leaving the country in early June to go on a 6-month medical expedition to
help treat tribal people in the Upper Amazon. So these may be the last
two Sound Healing Sessions for a while.
I look forward to resuming the Healing Sound Sessions, with new insight
and inspiration gleaned from this journey when I return in December or
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On Monday April 26, 2004 another group sound-healing
experience will be held at
The Elder Tree, at
120 North Topanga Canyon Blvd., Suite 117, in
Topanga Canyon. You can find directions on
I cannot put into words how wonderful, healing and
transformative these evens have been. I've heard stories of miraculous
insights and healings from many participants.
The time will be from 7:30 till about 9:00pm, and a $15.00 donation is
requested, though no one will be turned away for lack of funds. All are
invited to enjoy this profound experience of healing and consciousness.
If you can't make this one, the next Monday Evening Sound
Healing event will be held on May 24, 2004, mark your calendars! A full schedule for 2004 can be found at
Calendar of Events
A Native American elder once described his own
inner struggles in this manner:
"Inside of me there are two dogs. One of the
dogs is mean and evil. The other dog is good. The mean dog fights the good
dog all the time."
When asked which dog wins he reflected for a
moment and replied,
"The one I feed the most."