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Neuro-linguistic programming, more commonly known as NLP, is the language of the mind to successfully achieve your specific and desired outcomes. There is a connection with our neurological processing, “neuro,” our language, “linguistics” and our learned behavior from past experiences, “programming.” There is an abundance of NLP techniques that you…
Not much can beat the first backyard cookout or family gathering outside in spring. The weather offers us an escape that is refreshing, invigorating and, in Wisconsin, feels well deserved after a tough winter. It’s a clear highpoint in the season, and there’s an easy way to make it even…
Recent movements in health care reform are providing means for exploring lasting solutions for the underinsured. While our elected officials seem to be latching onto removing the Affordable Care Act outright; at the very least, we Americans have begun discussing its immediate effects amongst ourselves. And by no means is…
Spring is right around the corner (hopefully) and now is the perfect time to start to work on your waistline. Join me in witling your waistline with the Magic Circle and some wonderful oblique work. Working our obliques is important, as these side muscles help support our torso upright as…
Kangaroo care is the practice, immediately after birth, of holding your baby, skin to skin, between your breasts. The father may also participate by holding the baby on his chest, skin to skin. How did kangaroo care originate? Kangaroo care began by accident out of necessity in 1979 in Bogotá,…
Pets wearing clothes: Is it just all good fun? As a holistic veterinarian, I have witnessed and participated in the application of a variety of apparel to pets for therapeutic and whimsical reasons. Why do some people do this to their four-legged companions and how do these pets feel about…
Can you close your eyes and touch your nose? Can you stand on one foot? Balance is very important, but it is something that we often take for granted. Proprioception is knowing where your body joints are in space, without looking. This is the ability to maintain an upright posture…
“What’s your sign?” It’s a cliché nowadays, yet one that everyone knows. “I’m a Taurus.” “I’m a Virgo.” “I’m a Pisces.” But what does that even mean? How does each sign find its own meaning, symbolism and context? Simply put, it is based on two things: elements and modalities. We’ll…
This is one of a four-part series on natural, nontoxic, eco-friendly wood finishes. Look for the next installment in next month’s issue, at www.naturespathways.com or http://northwoodscasket.com/blog. In the process of building a sustainable and eco-friendly casket company, we’ve had to learn a lot about eco-friendly wood finishes. We’ve learned how…
Your loved one has passed. It has been several months, or maybe a few days, since the event. Then you ask yourself: Who am I now? Grief can range from unsettling to tumultuous to devastating. It can be a deep abyss, or just below the surface aggravating emotional responses. We…
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