Why Occupy is Unstoppable

By Seth Jordan The following article, besides the Afterword, is excerpted from a speech entitled, “The Global Message of Occupy,” given at the Liwanag (Light ) World Festival in the Philippines, on January 3, 2013. I joined Occupy after seeing an interview with one of the protesters, Gerardo Renique, a professor of history at the City University of New York. ... Read More ►

Fall 2013, Issue #73: Editor’s Note

Dear readers, Welcome to our fall issue. After two years of LILIPOH’s being translated into Chinese, I received my first hard copy of the edition. It was so beautiful! I have never been to China, but I hope to go someday, and I look forward to a continued relationship with our team in Beijing. We share some snapshots of what ... Read More ►

The Etheric Body and Health

By Alicia Landman-Reiner, MD, and Glenda Monasch, TE A therapeutic collaboration between an anthroposophic medical doctor and a therapeutic eurythmist Anthroposophic medicine is most fully realized when practiced through a multi-disciplinary approach. In much the same way that an illness may be expressed through varied symptoms and manifestations, so, too are the manifold therapeutic approaches that can work to support ... Read More ►

Spring 2013, Issue #71: Editor’s Note

Dear Readers, Whenever we put together an issue on education, it comes together quite effortlessly. In fact, there are so many authors in our community who have important messages to share about the education of children that LILIPOH could easily become a magazine with a purely educational focus. As you will read, many of these creative educational models use the ... Read More ►

Change Your Habits, Change Your Health

Walter Alexander Interviews Dean Ornish, MD A medical doctor's story of personal awakening, perseverance, and how his research-based work is bringing about a new standard of care in heart medicine and more Dean Ornish, MD, is president and founder of the nonprofit Preventive Medicine Research Institute in Sausalito, California, as well as Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of ... Read More ►

Working to Serve Others at the Fellowship Community

By Eleanor Zimmerman, Oona Younger, Paul Scharff, M.D., Ann Scharff, Elizabeth Scherer, Jairo Gonzalez, Yoko Conlon, Catherine Commerford Work-Based, Intergenerational, Long-Term Care for Elders The Fellowship Community is an intentional community that “walks its talk” every day. Since 1966, the Fellowship Community has existed with the intention of “serving needs.” We work not so much for money, but more for ... Read More ►

Winter 2013, Issue #70: Editor’s Note

Dear Readers, During recent travels through the Himalayan mountains of Nepal, I spent time in Tamang villages accessible only by four days of walking into the Langtang River valley. Tracing their ancestry from Tibet, for 1000 years or more, these indigenous inhabitants of Nepal have resided along the Tibetan border, often at elevations of 12,500 feet and above. The daily ... Read More ►