Letter from Publisher
Staying Serene in Turbulent Times is the mantra these days for many a soul, and this month’s article is most uplifting. As it sometimes can feel hopeless and overwhelming when looking at the manmade world of form and the miscreation, know that we individually and collectively make a difference. “If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito,” shares the Dalai Lama. Transmuting anxiety into positive action is a huge leap in mankind’s ability to “adapt”. “Be what you wish to see.”
To help rise above any negative energies, see 12 Quick Fixes for Anxiety, which include well-known, well-loved and time-tested strategies for mastering one’s energy, in the now.
“…our perspective can reflect either our pain or our power,” cites the therapeutic read, Gratitude is Good Medicine. Practicing gratitude engenders ongoing healing on many levels, bringing us ultimately to stasis/balance within.
Rachel Jones on Grief in the Healthcare Front Lines is important information for the public as well as to be shared with healthcare workers because of its truly empathic tone.
“Most mood-related disorders start with inflammation of the brain as a response to inflammation in the gut.” Gut health equals mental health. The Gut-Brain Connection is an outstanding read with implementable suggestions.
As always, with an open heart and an open mind, may you find value in reading on.