Social Health: Time to Make New Choices

LILIPOH Interviews David C. Korten Issue: Spring 2004, Digestion - Issue #35 David Korten is the author of When Corporations Rule the World, a book that eight years after its 1996 publication reads like a biblical prophecy unfolding before our eyes. He is currently writing another book, tentatively entitled, Renewing the American Experiment. LILIPOH: How did you come to write ... Read More ►

Memory and Digestion

By Robert Sardello, Ph.D. and Cheryl Sanders-Sardello, Ph.D. Issue: Spring 2004, Digestion - Issue #35 Digestion refers to a process of taking in something from the world, where it undergoes complete transformation, and in this transformed activity, life is maintained. A similar process takes place with whatever we take in from the world. Digestion is not limited to food. We ... Read More ►

Inner Health – Outer Ecology

By Steven Johnson, D.O. Issue: Spring 2004, Digestion - Issue #35 Steven Johnson, D.O. is the medical director for Foxhollow Clinic. Located near Louisville, Kentucky, the clinic is a new inpatient initiative integrating anthroposophical, allopathic, and holistic modalities to treat patients with acute and chronic illnesses. The clinic is also developing a retreat and conference center. Learn more at 502-241-4304. ... Read More ►

The Medicine in Biographic Messages

by A. Pautz, M.D. Issue: Summer 2004, Biography Emerges as a Tool For Therapy - Issue #36  Life leaves traces ingrained in our biographies. Seen within an entire life, biographic events can appear as informative messages - messages we may read, understand, and act on. In taking a patient’s history, an anthroposophically-trained medical doctor listens to and evaluates such events. The ... Read More ►

Generosity and Caring: A Path to National Security

LILIPOH interviews Rabbi Michael Lerner Issue: Fall 2004: SEXUALITY: A CONTEMPORARY LOOK - Issue #37 Michael Lerner is the rabbi for Beyt Tikkun synagogue in San Francisco. He is best known as editor of Tikkun Magazine: A Bimonthly Jewish Critique of Politics, Culture and Society. Among his many books: Jews and Blacks: Let the Healing Begin (with Cornell West); The ... Read More ►

DISEASE Prevention or HEALTH Promotion?

By Richard Fried, M.D. Issue: Fall 2004, SEXUALITY: A CONTEMPORARY LOOK - Issue #37 The Joint National Committee on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation and Treatment of High Blood Pressure came out with a sweeping new report called the JNC 7) on the treatment and diagnosis of high blood pressure in America, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), ... Read More ►

Frankincense and Myrrh – Companions for overcoming work-related stress?

By Ross Rentea, MD Issue: Fall 2004, HEALTH IN THE WORKPLACE - Issue #38  Erika is a dedicated high school administrator. She loves to come to work every day and is good at it. She “multi-tasks” all day long, scheduling, typing, taking messages and more. But feeling joy at work wasn’t always the case. When the cleaning staff began to use ... Read More ►