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 ►