LILIPOH, Winter 2019 Special Section on Women's Heath authored by members of the Association for Anthroposophic Medicine & Therapies in America (AAMTA) (click the links below and the pdf version of the article will automatically download) Cinderella-Aschenputtel Viewed Through Anthroposophy, Cathy Marconi Fostering Your Warmth and the Warmth of Those Around You, Elizabeth Sustick, RN Osteoporosis, Andrea Rentea, MD and ... Read More ►
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Entries by Christy
The breath is one of the most powerful balancers and something that we can come home to in each and every moment. A microcosm of the cycle of life, our breath is with us from the moment we take our first breath until the moment we return home to Source. Paying attention to the breath gives us a real insight ... Read More ►
The America Festival, May 28-31 2016, at White Feather Ranch, near Placerville, California, became a very special gathering of some wonderful individuals from far and wide, diverse in ethnicity, religion, native country, and all ages. Nearly sixty in all, we were like stellar microcosm of America united in a common striving of a deeper understanding for the country we love ... Read More ►
2016 North American Biodynamic Conference, Nov. 16-20 in Santa Fe, NM By Thea Maria Carlson “The most remarkable feature of this historical moment on Earth is not that we are on the way to destroying the world — we’ve actually been on the way for quite a while. It is that we are beginning to wake up, as from a ... Read More ►
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Stephen E Usher, Ph.D On May 28, 2016 a three year old child fell into the gorilla habit at the Cincinnati Zoo. He fell 15 feet into water that was about 1 foot deep. The silverback male, Harambe, weighing some 400 pounds, came to the child and seemed to shelter him. Next, he dragged the child rapidly through the water, ... Read More ►
By Susan Crozier In 1996, I was 42-years-old and our family relocated to a new state. I was experiencing a difficult time of loneliness, anxiety and a loss of camaraderie. The outer landscape was beautiful but my interior one was a dark wood. "What direction will lead me out of this wood?" That year, Sunbridge College in Spring Valley, NY, was starting ... Read More ►
By Vicki Robin This article appeared in our spring 2016 issue. Click here to buy a copy. At a lovely Fourth of July party, sometime between polishing off an apple pie and watching the funky small-town parade, my eating life turned upside down and inside out. I’d given lip service to the idea of local food, because I espoused it ... Read More ►
By Tommi Morgan This article appeared in our Winter 2016 issue. Click here to buy a copy. So many young people today are searching for a path that inspires and allows them to be true to their unfolding ideas and ideals. Not so long ago the path was clearly marked by the many feet that went before. Upon reaching adulthood, ... Read More ►
Este artículo ha sido traducido del inglés y originalmente apareció en la revista LILIPOH. Esta es una publicación trimestral que tiene fuertes conexiones con la educación Waldorf, conceptos de cultivo biodinámico y con la antroposofía de Rudolf Steiner. Somos una voz para motivar cambios sociales, una vida saludable y un estilo de vida holístico. www.lilipoh.com Agradecemos a Nathalie de los ... Read More ►