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ver the past eight years, The Art of the Heart in Chester has become well-known for its classes and as “the” place for crystals. Through sharing information on psychic development, Reiki, essential oils and more, along with organizing holistic events, the community embraced its welcoming energy and assistance for those wishing to discover their own inner connection. Now it’s time to expand further. Founder Sue Freeman and Rev. Leslie Treloar have decided to collaborate in a partnership. On January 1, 2018, The Art of the Heart will transition into a newly formed business called Blossoming Into Light, located at 401 Rt 24, in Chester. Sue and Leslie will focus on services to assist clients and students to discover and develop the master within. They will continue to offer classes that provoke exploration, expansion, trust and deeper learning. Going forward, a few select crystals, essential oils, Himalayan salt lamps and Ann-Leigh Essences products will be on display and available at classes, events and appointments. Special orders will also be taken if you are looking for particular items. There is much excitement as the new year approaches, including their Annual New Year’s Eve Meditation from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the new location. Everyone is invited to join in this wonderfully harmonic welcome of the new year. Blossoming Into Light is located at 401 Rt. 24, Chester. For information, call 862222-4268 or TheArtOfTheHeart-Chester.com. See ad on page 37.

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Boston researchers found a reduction in depressive symptoms among people that practice tai chi via 50 ChineseAmericans diagnosed with depression. They were divided into three groups. One group participated in tai chi sessions twice a week and were encouraged to practice the movements at home three times a week. Another group attended twice weekly depression education sessions and a third served as the control group. After 12 weeks, the tai chi group reported significant improvements in depression symptoms, which continued after the study was completed, measured at 24 weeks.

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esearchers from the University of Oxford, in the UK, have found that infants that take more daytime naps tend to develop a larger vocabulary at an earlier age than their peers by examining sleeping patterns of 246 babies between the ages of 7 months and 3 years for 10 days. Parents also completed a language analysis at the start of the study and three and six months later to determine how many words each child understood from a list 416 words typically learned in infancy. Infants that napped more frequently during the day performed better on both understanding and expressing vocabulary than the others.

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esearchers from Northwestern University have found that acoustic stimulation using pink noise (random sound with more low frequencies than white noise) increases slow-wave brain activity, thus improving sleep-dependent memory retention. Thirteen mature adults completed two nights of sleep; one with the pink noise and one without, in random order. Specific brainwave activity increased during the periods when the pink noise was being delivered, suggesting that it could help older adults preserve some memory functions.

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Scientists from the University of Hull and the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) have published research in the journal Science of the Total Environment showing levels of microplastics are five times higher in the Antarctic than previous estimates. Co-author Dr. Claire Waluda, a BAS biologist, says, “We have monitored the presence of large plastic items in Antarctica for more than 30 years. While we know that bigger pieces can be ingested by seabirds or cause entanglements in seals, the effects of microplastics on marine animals in the Southern Ocean are as yet unknown.” The tiny beads of plastic come from cosmetics or are shreddings from larger plastic items like clothing or bottles. According to United Nations sources, they may number as many as 51 trillion particles across the seafloor, throughout the oceans and on beaches worldwide. They are considered a serious threat to marine life in general. More international monitoring of the situation is needed, including a requirement for all polar research stations to provide waste treatment options. For more information, see Tinyurl.com/PlasticInAntarctica.

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New Options for Independent Co-Housing For 20 years, Maria Brenton, an outspoken proponent of older people living independently, has been campaigning and planning for the opening of a different kind of retirement home run by its residents, supporting each other through old age. She says, “Attitudes to older people in this country are out of date. Most members of the older population don’t wish to have everything done for them.” She attests that institutions and agencies dealing with older people encourage dependency and are patronizing and paternalistic. “Older people internalize it, and they learn to wait for people to do things for them,” advises Brenton. New Ground, in Barnet, North London, is the first UK cohousing development set up just for older women, with 26 women from age 50 to 87. Also in London, The Collective has created something similar with enhanced amenities such as a cinema room and a launderette with a disco ball. WeWork is an American company that has set up communal offices, and recently established WeLive, in New York City.

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Digitalizing Data Helps Rainforest Census The Amazon rainforest is thought to harbor a greater diversity of trees than anywhere else on Earth, but the exact number has long been a mystery. In 2013, scientists estimated that the number of species was around 16,000, but no actual count had been done. In a new paper in Scientific Reports, researchers delved into museum collections from around the world to confirm the current number of tree species recorded in the Amazon and assess possibilities of those yet to be discovered. “Since 1900, between 50 and 200 new trees have been discovered in the Amazon every year,” notes Nigel Pitman, a Mellon senior conservation ecologist with the Field Museum. “Our analysis suggests that we won’t finish discovering new tree species there for three more centuries.” The study relied upon the digitization of museum collections data— photographs and digital records—of the specimens housed there and shared worldwide through aggregator sites like IDigBio.org. “It gives scientists a better sense of what’s actually growing in the Amazon Basin, aiding conservation efforts,” says Pitman.

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Chimps, Zebrafish and Birds Communicate Like We Do Chimps, orangutans and bonobo apes are now known to be capable of understanding what others are thinking and recognize human thoughts, an ability once thought to be impossible. A team led by Christopher Krupenye, of Duke University, had apes take part in a visual experiment where they watched videos on a monitor while their gaze was being tracked. They discovered an anticipation of events that went beyond the visual cues presented. The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has determined that zebrafish are social animals, similar to humans and other mammals— they form friendships, experience positive emotions and have individual personalities. The group advises people that eat fish or keep them as pets to consider the moral implications. Honey hunters in sub-Saharan Africa have a unique form of communication with honeyguide birds that fly ahead to point out beehives which the hunters raid, leaving wax for the birds to eat. A study in the journal Science reports that they listen for a specific call made by their human collaborators. Dr. Claire Spottiswoode, of the University of Cambridge, in England, and University of Cape Town, in South Africa, observes, “It seems to be a two-way conversation between our own species and a wild animal.”

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ecotip Erase E-Waste

When replacing holiday purchases of smartphones and other electronic devices, don’t just trash the old ones. Manufacturing electronics consumes many resources and discarded waste can leak harmful chemicals into ecosystems. There are far better ways to redirect and repurpose them. Besides trading in phones for a rebate, another good option is transferring them to an official recycling program that makes sure all components are dealt with properly. Some states offer special provisions. Check the E-Cycling Central website at eiae.org. Major phone makers and carriers offer recycling programs, and some retailers accept select electronic devices. Best of all, give a device a new life by gifting it. RecyclingForCharities.com accepts obsolete personal electronic devices by mail; the donor selects a charity to receive the proceeds. ShelterAlliance.net, CellPhonesForSoldiers.com and Phones4Charity.org are kindred organizations. AmericanCellPhoneDrive.org lets users find nearby charity recycling initiatives via zip code. It provides scholarships for U.S. children that have lost a parent through warfare or terrorism, feeds malnourished children in Asia, builds lowincome housing and donates prepaid calling cards to military personnel. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, other unwanted electronic devices can be recycled so that incorporated copper, steel and glass can be recovered and reused. Other materials like lead (in circuit board solder, glass cathode ray tubes of many TVs and computer screens, and batteries) and mercury (in fluorescent backlights of many flat-panel screen displays) can be captured and recycled, instead of polluting the environment. Small appliances like toasters, coffee makers and clothing irons aren’t considered e-waste and generally aren’t recyclable because they are made of a mix of plastic and metal. Using them for many years helps.

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inspire Giving Thanks to Gratitude By Jenna Richardson

Feelings of gratitude can improve your mood, boost your immune system, release feel-good hormones, help you sleep at night, and reduce your blood pressure. They might even make you a nicer person! Many studies have shown that a daily gratitude practice can also make you a happier, healthier person. Researchers who have studied gratitude have noted that people who keep gratitude journals are more optimistic and have fewer physical symptoms. Researcher Robert Emmons of the University of California at San Diego has studied gratitude for many years. He has found that feelings of gratitude can help ease resentment, regret and depression. In one study, he reported that participants who kept a daily gratitude journal experienced a 23 percent reduction in stress hormones such as cortisol.

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very year at Thanksgiving, we are reminded to acknowledge the goodness in our lives—the people and moments for which we are most grateful. It’s a wonderful tradition that sets the tone for a meaningful and authentic holiday season. Why stop there? Gratitude should be a daily practice, not just an annual ritual. It’s good for our spirits. It’s essential to our health. How many times have you said to yourself, “I will be happy once I … finish this assignment, lose five pounds, find a boyfriend, move to a new city, travel more, work less, get a new job” or any other dream or goal you have? Once you achieve that goal, do you find yourself satisfied, or chasing after the next one? We are driven to pursue new challenges and experiences. It’s how we succeed and grow in so many ways. Yet we can’t be truly happy until we also learn to appreciate the now—and to embrace feelings of gratitude. Instead of thinking about all the things you don’t have in your life, take time every day to celebrate what you do have. It’s such a simple concept. Why not give it a try? Write down the five things for which you are most grateful at this exact moment. Before you read another word, write them down. Before you answer another email, write them down. Before you let the weight of the daily grind consume your spirit, write them down. Do you notice a change, even a subtle shift, in your physical and emotional well-being?

One of the best ways to practice gratitude is by acknowledging what you have. Make a commitment to do it every day. Here are a few ways: • Keep a gratitude journal. Take a few minutes to jot down five people, circumstances or situations that make you feel grateful. • Tell a friend or loved one how much you care. Let them know they are special to you. • Send a thank-you card to someone who helped you out. • Volunteer your time. You will feel more grateful for the things you have. Helping others also boosts feel-good hormones such as oxytocin, serotonin and dopamine. • Live in the present. Don’t spend as much time worrying about the past or future. • Perform daily acts of kindness. Open the door for an elderly person, let someone go ahead of you in line, compliment someone to their supervisor. Any random act will make you feel good inside. Experience an abundance of joy by allowing gratitude to fill your heart. It’s one of the nicest gifts you can give yourself and those around you. Jenna Richardson is Clinical Director at Princeton Integrative Health. Located at 134 Franklin Corner Road, Suite 101B in Lawrenceville, Princeton Integrative Health combines conventional medicine with evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle healing therapies. For more information, call 609-512-1468 or email info@ princtonih.com. PrincetonIH.com.

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including learning disorders, decreased IQ, infertility and cancer. It may seem puzzling to many that these chemicals are still prevalent in some manufacturing, however when taking a closer look, the reasoning becomes apparent. The chemical industry spends millions of dollars supporting the use of flame retardants because it believes that the bigger problem is the fire the chemicals supposedly protect children from. But, in fact, products made with the flame retardants can and still do catch fire and release higher levels of toxic chemicals. In fact, firefighters are at the top of the list of those seeking a permanent ban on this type of chemical. While many people agree that a ban on flame retardants is necessary, Ivy Sager-Rosenthal, campaign director for Washington Toxics Coalition, states, “Protecting children from fire doesn’t require exposing them to toxic chemicals.” Unfortunately, there are always chemicals that children will be exposed to, but banning even one could help and potentially start a strong movement to ban all of them. When the effects of polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE)

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are combined with other chemical exposures such as pesticides, the results can be serious and long-lasting. Numerous tests have revealed startlingly elevated levels of flame retardants in the breast milk of American women, significantly higher than that of women in European countries, where PBDE is not allowed. In addition, flame retardants were present in every sample of household dust in a study conducted by the Environmental Working Group. Not only are dust particles able to be inhaled, but dust easily ends up on children’s hands and mouths. With the fact that flame retardants aren’t required to be specifically labeled, parents have a difficult job of deciding which products are safe and won’t cause harm to their children. David Spittal, owner of Healthy Choice Organic Mattress, says, “For those interested in sleeping in a chemical-free environment, simply make sure polyurethane is not listed as an ingredient on any mattress.” Maine recently passed a law to phase out all flame-retardant chemicals in home furniture, possibly paving the way for more legislation to ban PBDE. In the meantime, research all products. Alternative materials such as cotton and wool are better options than chemically treated foam. If an item is labeled, “This article meets the flammability requirements of California,” don’t buy it. Shockingly, many baby products need to be avoided because they contain plastic foam. Highchairs, strollers, car seats and nursing pillows are among the many that may contain harmful flame retardants. According to Spittal, a large part of his clientele are moms seeking “the healthiest start to their baby’s life.” Using a HEPA filter vacuum is helpful in cleaning up chemical-filled dust. Being educated and aware of the harm flame retardants can cause can help a person to make informed decisions when it comes to protecting their children. Healthy Choice Mattress is located 361 Springfield Ave, in Summit. For more information, call 201-857-3245 or visit hcmattress.com. See ad, page 46.

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Ruth Heidrich Strong credits achieving his personal best to a healthy lifestyle and recovery from an automobile accident that led to amputation of his lower left leg as a teen. “After the accident, my family and I opened a raw vegetarian restaurant. We produced as many cultured foods as possible—sauerkraut, kombucha and kefir. Improving my gut health gave me the biggest strides in healing. Yoga and meditation also contributed. It all saved me.” Six-time Ironman triathlete, U.S. Senior Olympic gold medalist and marathoner Ruth Heidrich, Ph.D., of Honolulu, attributes surviving stage IV breast cancer primarily to her low-fat vegan diet. Already an avid runner and nutritionally conscious, Heidrich was shocked to hear the diagnosis. “I was 47 years old when I was told the results of the biopsy. I thought I was going to die because of the symptoms I was experiencing,” recalls the 82-year-old, who not only beat multiple malignancies without chemotherapy or radiation, but was the first cancer patient to complete an Ironman Triathlon. This “Ironlady’s” holistic approach includes a whole food, 100 percent plant-based diet, featuring oats, quinoa and brown rice. “When we give our body its proper fuel, it will function at its optimal level,” remarks Heidrich, who has dedicated her life to reeducating others about diet and investing in her ongoing athletic achievements.

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Maintaining good habits while traveling can be challenging. Strong adds healthy

salts to structure his drinking water and brings along superfoods such as green vegetable powders to use when he can’t access organic produce. To optimize his air quality while away from home, Strong uses a personalized air purifier that creates ozone. San Francisco-based, three-time Olympic swimming gold medalist and world champion Natalie Coughlin remains dedicated to better diet choices without deprivation. “When I travel, I always bring my own snacks. I like dark chocolate-covered almonds, a natural sweet that also supplies protein and fiber. To stay hydrated, I drink herbal teas, especially mint,” says Coughlin, who also incorporates a tart green smoothie every morning with kale, parsley, collards, celery, citrus and frozen pineapple. At home, “I like to be informed about where my meat comes from and how the conditions are for the animal. If I roast a chicken, I will use every part, including the bones, to make a stock,” she says. Her holistic approach includes a consistent yoga regimen, meditation and application of essential oils.

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Even under the best of circumstances, professional athletes encounter difficulties, but when faced with enormous obstacles, the best can get even better. “I’ve faced injuries and illness during pivotal times in my life and career, but I always approached it with the intention to be proactive, rather than being reactive,” advises Coughlin. For Strong, confronting tragedy with the right attitude offers possibility. “Thirteen years ago, I was hit by a car and lost my leg, but now I see that moment as a blessing instead of a curse. It was a hardship that tested my limits, but in the end, it propelled me to achieving dreams I didn’t even know I had.” Nearly four decades after her grim diagnosis, Heidrich embodies hope for all of us when she says, “It is never too late to adopt a better way.” Marlaina Donato is a freelance writer, author and multimedia artist. Connect at MarlainaDonato.com.

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Uplifting Humanity Is it Possible? By Ella Gashinsky

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ith an earth population of 7.6 billion people and growing, the challenge of uplifting humanity seems to be increasingly more difficult. Ideas and opinions about how to reach out to others are often lost when considering the ever-widening circle. We know our family and community, possibly our neighborhood and maybe our city, but expanding this concept nationwide or worldwide is a task we cannot easily comprehend. The goal of uplifting humanity usually becomes a religious or political concept because we think one person alone can’t do much. Yet, leaving it up to religious or political leaders can lead to feeling even more powerless. When you look at what people value most, you discover it’s always personal. From 2010 to 2014, the World Values Survey asked residents from 52 countries how important they consider family, friends, leisure time, politics, work, and religion. Not surprisingly, all countries but one (Lebanon) considered family the most important thing in life. Friendship and leisure time rated next highest in what people care about most.

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INSPIRED LIVING Five Ways to Make the New Year Sparkle by Kelly Martinsen

Just Do It – The Nike slogan has never been more appropriate. We all have something we’ve thought about doing or trying. Whether traveling to a new location, trying a different sport, joining a new-to-us group or club, or making more friends, don’t put it off— just do it.

marked, “You wouldn’t worry so much about what others think of you if you realized how seldom they do.” Volunteer – A common excuse for not volunteering is, “I don’t have the time.” Next year, make the time. When researchers at the London School of Economics examined the relationship between volunteering and happiness in a large group of American adults, they found that the more people volunteered, the happier they were. Journal – People often journal as a way to reflect upon their lives. This can be helpfully revealing, but rather than

Gratitude – This is the big one. One way to be and stay inspired is by starting off each day in a state of gratitude. Every morning before getting out of bed, think of at least three things to be grateful for. By doing this, we recognize the blessings we have and greet the day in a positive frame of mind. It’s a perfect way to end each day, too. When someone routinely inquires, “How are you?” answer, “I am grateful.” Our time on Earth is not infinite. With only so many days promised, let’s vow to live them inspired. Kelly Martinsen is publisher of Natural Awakenings Long Island and author of the new book A Year of Inspired Living (Publisher@AwakeLI.com).

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looking back, look forward, using a journal as a blueprint to manifest the most inspired year yet. Write out plans and dreams with the steps needed to achieve them.

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PEACE ON EARTH Conflict Resolutions that Work to Bridge Divides Healing happens when we handle conflict in a healthy and transformative way.

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Roughly 30 years ago, notable voices began urging Americans to embrace a sustainable worldview of unity in diversity, recognizing our core oneness as a solution to an increasingly out-of-balance society. Success in this endeavor depends primarily on the “habits of the heart” of our citizens, developed in local milieus of families, neighborhoods, classrooms, congregations, voluntary associations, workplaces and public places where strangers gather.

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what really matters to us and how much we care? What if our intense emotions are sources of invincible energy, with the power to build the world we want, together? What does having conflict in a healthy and transformative way look like?” queries Ma’ikwe Ludwig, executive director of Commonomics USA, an organization which educates and advocates for a world where a commonsbased economy creates economic and ecological security for all. “Conflict has the power to bring to the surface what’s really at stake and to unite people toward a common goal,” advises Ludwig. Her thought-provoking questions can help shift perceptions toward the idea that we need to use conflict; maybe even welcome it. Ludwig, author of Together Resilient: Building Community in the Age of Climate Disruption, recently helped present new perspectives on conflict resolution during a webinar for Transition US members interested in creating inclusive and diverse communities through collaboration. The nonprofit inspires, encourages, supports and provides networking and training for

sands of innovative thinkers, are helping by introducing people to simple dialogue and deliberation structures, processes and resources that invite meaningful and productive conversations leading to constructive civic engagement. Breese remarks, “We’re open to working with anyone interested in learning processes that can help bridge divides. We also like sharing stories about what is working.”

Toolbox Intense emotions can become sources of invincible energy with the collective power to build the world we want. grassroots initiatives seeking to build community resilience in the face of such challenges as oil spills, climate change and economic crises. Courtney Breese, managing director for the nonprofit National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation (NCDD) and her colleagues, together with thou-

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includes suspending judgment while listening and seeking to understand others, refraining from persuading or converting and talking only from personal experience,” explains Breese. One new network member, J. Scott Wagner, author of The Liberal’s Guide to Conservatives, speaks about the importance of using neutral language in dialogue. “I learned from him how words can be emotional triggers and signal one-sided perspectives, leaving some group members feeling angry or excluded because they feel the speaker won’t be open to hearing their perspective,” says Breese. After three tours of the U.S. and hundreds of interviews with conservative individuals, Wagner, founder of the nonprofit Reach the Right, was inspired to use his knowledge of five arenas—neurology/cognitive psychology, personality, bias, social conformity and morality—to help progressives understand conservatives that are not only their political leaders, but also their relatives, partners, friends and managers. He offers a simple explanation for anyone drenched in inaccurate biases. “We inherit unconscious genetic

personality characteristics that lead us to develop our ideology, with which we construct our world and align with others that are in agreement. Differences in our personality characteristics are the culprits that create conflict.”

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Drawing on 25 years of experience of enabling sworn enemies to create peace in places such as South Africa, Northern Ireland and Colombia, Adam Kahane, author of Collaborating with the Enemy: How to Work with People You Don’t Agree with or Like or Trust, shares insights into the “enemyfying syndrome” that instigates conflict. This habit of thinking and acting as if people we are dealing with are our enemies and the cause of our problems is all around us and dominates the media. “The enemies are always the others, ‘those people’. Enemyfying, which feels exciting and satisfying— even righteous and heroic—usually obscures, rather than clarifies, the reality of the challenges we face. It amplifies conflicts, narrows the space for prob-

lem solving and creativity, and distracts us with unrealizable dreams of decisive victory from the real work we need to do,” observes Kahane. Kahane sees the challenge of conflict becoming more acute. “People today are generally more free, individualistic and diverse, with stronger voices and less deference. Volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity are growing.” Yet, contrary to the common view, it is possible for people that hold contradictory positions to find ways to collaborate. That’s what he and 40 others representing military officers, guerrillas and paramilitaries; activists and politicians; businesspeople and trade unionists; landowners and farmers; and academics, journalists and young people, accomplished in the Destino Colombia project. They organized to contribute to ending their country’s 52-year civil war.

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inter citrus fruits that arrive in a gift basket or show up on sale at the grocer present a welcome bright spot on winter’s darker days. Valencia and blood oranges, limes and Meyer lemons are delicious in their own right, and deserve their place on the breakfast table. Yet there are many other intriguing ways to enjoy them in vinaigrettes, salads, main dishes, baked goods and desserts. Winter citrus is full of health benefits, just when we need them most: during the busy holiday season. To start, they help bolster our immune system, guarding against colds or helping us recover faster. Their high vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, content is water soluble. According to a comprehensive study by the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University, a daily intake of 400 milligrams of vitamin C can halve the incidence of colds in adults and cut their duration by 14 percent. The flavonoid hesperidin in citrus helps boost “good” HDL cholesterol and lowers “bad” LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, report researchers in the Journal of Nutrition. In a new study in Nutritional Neuroscience, hesperidin in

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citrus also was found to ameliorate brain deterioration found in Alzheimer’s patients. Other studies further show that the grapefruit diet wasn’t wrong; eating half a fresh grapefruit before each meal can help us lose weight. In a study conducted at the Scripps Clinic, in La Jolla, California, and published in the Journal of Medicinal Food, researchers put overweight volunteers on an exercise plan for 12 weeks and asked them to eat either half a fresh grapefruit or drink apple juice and pop a placebo pill before each meal. The grapefruit group dropped an average of three-and-a-half pounds, compared to only one-half pound for the apple group. Limonoids, an antioxidant found in most citrus, may help guard against stomach, lung, breast and skin cancer, according to the U.S. Agricultural Research Service. Animal and human cell studies found that limonoids—especially those in fresh oranges—harbor potential as anticancer compounds. Another study in Nutritional Neuroscience showed that the volatile compound limonene, found in the rind of a lemon, can enhance memory. As nights grow colder and longer, winter citrus “adds a little sunshine to every meal,” says Jamie Schler, author of the recently released cookbook Orange Appeal: Savory & Sweet. Schler grew up in Florida, surrounded by citrus groves between the Atlantic Coast and Indian River. “Winters meant Dad’s workbench in the garage groaning under the weight of brown paper grocery bags filled to bursting with navels, tangerines, grapefruits, Valencias and tangelos,” writes Schler. “I fondly recall trips in the old green station

wagon to the groves on chilly weekend mornings where we could pick them ourselves.” Today, Schler and her husband own and operate the boutique Hotel Diderot, in Chinon, France, where life’s a feast—especially during citrus season. Judith Fertig writes cookbooks and foodie fiction from Overland Park, KS (JudithFertig.com). Natural Awakenings recommends using organic, non-GMO (genetically modified) and non-bromated ingredients whenever possible.

Zesty Citrus Holiday Recipes Moroccan Spiced Orange Slices with Orange Blossom Water Orange blossom or orange flower water is available at better grocery stores, kitchen shops, Middle Eastern markets or online. Yields: 4 to 5 servings 5 medium to large navel or large blood oranges 3 Tbsp orange blossom water 1 tsp ground cinnamon 2 Tbsp honey or date sugar ½ pomegranate, seeded 1½ to 2 Tbsp coarsely chopped unsalted pistachios 8 to 10 mint leaves, chopped or torn, for garnish Peel the oranges and cut away all of the white pith and outer membrane.

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Sing While We Work Nothing makes meal preparation tasks go faster than crooning along to our favorite carols. Turn up Susan Boyle’s O Holy Night and soon your lungs will be full of air, your heart filled with sentiment, and the turkey stuffed with seasonal goodness will be ready to go into the oven.

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Express Feelings in a Healthy Way Family gatherings can sometimes test our boundaries and patience. Avoid repressing feelings by finding a way to speak a personal truth in the moment, in a calm and healthy fashion. It’s better than returning home stewing about what we wish we could or should have said.

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Assign Roles to Household Helpers The holiday load is lighter when everyone pitches in. Assign specific roles to household members with clear responsibilities, from taking out the garbage to setting the table and washing up.

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Give Each Person a Special Gift Think of something thoughtful that both the giver and receiver enjoy doing together and write a promissory note for the shared experience, such as a free backrub, a day spent downtown, a personal manicure or a movie the other person wants to see. Take Advantage of Extended Shopping Hours To avoid crowds and lines, schedule a late-night power-shopping trip. This is the easiest way to manage a department store visit with sanity, have easy access to the shelves and get immediate service.

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Take a Holiday Binge Day Designate a day with no limits and no self-judgment. For anyone that mentally monitors their calories or sweets, claim a binge day out loud with permission for total holiday munching freedom. The next day, we can reinstate discipline.

Express Gratitude at the Table Loving feelings can never be expressed enough, so use the holiday as an opportunity to tell others how important they are to you. Create a heartfelt moment at the table by sharing at least one thing that you’re truly grateful for, and ask everyone else to do the same. Go Outside for Fun in Nature Hiking in a nearby forest preserve, skating, sledding or building a snow fort with the kids not only burns energy, but is emotionally exhilarating for the whole family. Pick an outdoor activity, don appropriate togs, and share in the laughter and serenity of a sparkling winter day. Dianne Bischoff James is a life transformation coach, actor, business consultant and author of The Real Brass Ring: Change Your Life Course Now. She specializes in facilitating the midlife reboot and lives in Boston, MA.

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Anca Gooje, owner of Chid Kala, a natural ingredient lotion maker in Scarborough, Maine, uses colorful patches to repair tears and update the look of her two children’s clothing. She also recompressed their sofa’s inner springs to their original shape by encasing them in fabric. “It was timeconsuming, but only cost a few dollars for fabric,” she relates. “Updating avoided creating more landfill. For a fresh look, I made a new cover.”

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“Retro-style repurposing is smart, fun and easy,” says upstate New York lifestyle writer and cookbook author Cynthia O’Connor O’Hara. “I glued together assorted cups, saucers and plates with glass-specific glue to create tiered servers that double as a centerpiece. Check your house to find dishware that will look nice together.” It’s satisfying to combine experiences with updated technology, save time and support a healthier planet, both during the holidays and year-round.

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“My mother believed pressure cookers would explode, so I bought an Instant Pot and changed the way I cook,” says Sue Ann Jaffarian, a Los Angeles paralegal and mystery writer. “I have a demanding day job and writing deadlines. I toss in healthy ingredients and have a simple homemade meal, often vegan, in a minute. Soup, stew, risotto, pasta, chili, pudding, brown rice and oatmeal work well. It doesn’t heat up the kitchen, either.”

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1 First Friday Healing Circle – 7-8pm. First Friday Healing Circle led by Gail Belluardo, Licensed Science of Mind practitioner for an hour of affirmative prayer, music, mediation and sacred conversation. Different themes for each group. Center for Spiritual Living Morristown, 331 Mt Kemble Ave., Morristown. 973-879-6476. truespirit@earthlink.com. CSLMorristown.org. Gallery Readings with Cathy McCall – 7-9pm. Come and Join us , as Cathy McCall connects with those on the Other Side. Cathy is an Evidential Medium and works closely with Spirit. Enter your name in a drawing announced at the end of the evening to win a free 30 minute reading. 50. The Huna Healing Center, 5 East Main St, Suite 28 B, Denville. Lory 973-224-0096 or register@ hunahealingcenter.com. hunahealingcenter.com.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2 MEN WHO CARE – 8:30-10:30am. Monthly. All men welcomed! Celebrating their 15th year of monthly meetings on the first Saturday of each month. Love offering. Center for Spiritual Living Morristown, Friendship Hall, 331 Mt Kemble Ave., Morristown. 973-539-3114. truespirit@earthlink. com. CSLMorristown.org.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3 JourneyDance Session – 1-2:30pm. JourneyDance is a moving and dance meditation that allows participants to clear emotional energy through their own natural movement. It combines freestyle and structured movement to encourage a deep connection to self and to the tribe of dancers. It is facilitated, not taught. The facilitator works to maintain a positive, judgement-free zone where all participants feel comfortable. $30 for session or only $20 w/donation of items for food pantry. We strive to increase the vibration of abundance and nourishment for the world. Mind Your Body Studio,4 Park Avenue, 2nd fl, Madison. For info call/text 917-405-0596 or jeanfedora@hotmail.com.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 4 Local Screening of Just One Drop – 6:30pm. Just One Drop is a documentary that tells the little known story of homeopathy: the most controversial system of medicine ever invented. Could this be nature’s most potent medicine? Includes Q&A with award-winning filmmaker Laurel Chiten and Rachel Roberts, CEO of HRI (Homeopathic Research Institute). Clearview Headquarters 10 Theatre in Morristown. Tickets: http://gathr.us/screening/21622. For information: Amy Rozen, The Remedy Center at 973-580-9538. JustOneDropFilm.com.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5 Flow in the Dark with Amanda Sherman – 6-7:15pm. Enjoy a challenging adventure in the candlelit studio as you explore alignment with movement. Free introductory class, $20 single class

or multi-class packs available. Purple Om Yoga, 3118 Route 10 West, Denville. 973-343-2848. Jennifer@purpleomyoga.com. PurpleOmYoga.com

Association for Higher Awareness – 7pm.

DECEMBER FAIRE: A fabulous evening of Numerology and Holistic Vendors. $10 donation at door. Madison Masonic Lodge, 170 Main St., Madison. ahanj.org.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6 Giovanni Campanile, MD: How the Dr. Ornish Program for Reversing Heart Disease is Changing Lives – 11am-12pm. Giovanni Campanile, MD will teach us the science behind how lifestyle changes can dramatically improve outcomes for patients with coronary heart disease. FREE. Chambers Center for Well Being, 435 South Street, Suite 160, Morristown. 973-971-4890 or chamberscenterprograms@ atlantichealth.org. ChambersCenterForWellbeing. org. Vibrational Healing with Singing Bowls – 6-7pm. The ethereal sounds of the singing bowls can open and quiet our inner space. Come listen to the healing sounds of the bowls as you are guided to follow your breath, relax and find balance. Please bring a yoga mat. $20. Chambers Center for Well Being, 435 South St., Suite 160, Morristown. 973-9714890. chamberscenterprograms@atlantichealth.org. ChambersCenterForWellbeing.org.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7 Jin Shin Jyutsu Self-Help Class – 6-7PM. In this self-help class we will teach participants different techniques to help bring their bodies back into balance. These therapies have been shown to be useful in reducing anxiety and pain; accelerating healing; and promoting a greater sense of wellnes. 20. Chamber Center for Well Being, 435 South Street, Suite 160, Morristown. 973-971-4890 or Chamberscenterprograms@atlantichealth.org. ChambersCenterForWellbeing.org.

markyourcalendar DECEMBER FAIRE Tuesday December 5- 7 PM A fabulous evening of Numerology and Holistic Vendors Hosted by AHA – Association of Higher Awareness Numerology for 2018 with Diana Flanagan Holistic Vendors featuring: Aromatherapy & Essential Oils – Crystals & Stones -Spiritual and Channeled ReadingsJewelry – Sacred Art – Fairies – Herbs & Botanicals – Original Art & Artwear $10.00 donation at the door Madison Masonic Lodge 170 Main Street, Madison Ahanj.org and facebook.com/ahanj.net

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8 Game of Life with Thetahealing – 10am-5pm. Dec. 8-10. Prerequisites: Basic DNA and Advanced DNA. Thetahealing is in Westfield, NJ. For details, visit ReshmaShah.com. Native American Influenced Meditation – 7-8:30pm. 2nd Friday each month. Join us inside the Salt Cave for an inspired journey and enter a world of peace. $15. Caldwell Salt Cave, 246 Bloomfield Avenue, Caldwell. Parking available. RSVP to 973641-2557. CaldwellSaltCave.com.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9 Finding Bethlehem in the Midst of Bedlam – 9am-12pm. Cost: $25. Waterloo United Methodist Church, JAM Catering Center Waterloo, 525 Waterloo Road, Byram. RSVP: https://sites.google.com/ view/waterloovillageretreat/about?authuser=0 For questions, contact Pastor Tim at pastortimwumc@ msn.com. WaterlooVillageChurch.org.

Yoga, Acupuncture Demo, T’ai Chi, Native Journey Drumming and more. Visit RutherfurdHall.org to pre-register or contact Jean Marie 908-850-6475 or jeanmarie@fosteringthejourney.com for more information.

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Holiday Bazaar – 10am-3pm. Come join us for this holiday shopping event Jewelry, Household treasures, Crafts, Books, Clothing, Toys, Art and much more. Vendors, please contact Gina at cslmholidaybazaar@ gmail.com. Center for Spiritual Living Morristown, 331 Mt. Kemble Ave., Morristown. Connie Weiss 973-539-3114 or truespirit@ earthlink.com. CSLMorristown.org.

Open House – 11am-3pm. Free sample classes, local vendors - jewelry, woodworking, note cards, bath items PLUS a drum circle! Awakening Point Yoga Studio, 254A Mountain Avenue, Suite 2A, Hackettstown. 973-670-7421. AwakeningPoint.com.

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MONDAY, DECEMBER 11 Healing Powers of Hemp – 7pm. Presented by Dr. Kaminski. Learn about the healing powers of this naturally grown sacred plant which has been used for a wide range of health benefits dating back more than 3,000 years. Please feel free to invite your family and friends! Free. Pre-register by noon Dec. 9 to KaminskiWellness@verizon.net or 973-228-6624. Cedarcrest Chiropractic, 616 Bloomfield Ave., Ste. 3C, West Caldwell. KaminskiWellness.com.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13 Kundalinini Yoga – 6:30pm-7:45pm. NEW! KUNDALINI YOGA ~ Monthly meeting Second Wednesday of the month! Join certified instructor Stephen Tarsitano for 75 minutes of Kundalini Yoga starting at 6:30pm Next meeting Wednesday, DECember 13. $5.00 love offering at the door. Center for Spiritual Living Morristown, 331 Mt. Kemble Ave., Morristown. Connie Weiss 973-539-3114 or truespirit@earthlink.com. CSLMorristown.org.

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Holiday Health: Stay Healthy & Fit through the Holiday Season (& beyond!) – 2-3pm. Healthy Tips to look & feel great during the holidays & into the New Year! $10 (will be credited toward purchase of the series). Purple Om Yoga, 3118 Route 10 West, Denville. 973-343-2848. Jennifer@purpleomyoga. com. PurpleOmYoga.com

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14 Re-Organization Healing Workshop – 6:30 pm. Experience “wellness of mind, body and spirit for a lifetime” through Re-Organizational Healing (ROH) verses “being fixed in the moment” with Restorative Therapy. Experience LIFE with peace and grace utilizing Re-Organizational Healing (ROH), Network Spinal Analysis (NSA) Chiropractic Care, Somato-Respiratory Integration (SRI) and the Doctor’s SHINE program. (“Bringing Out the Gifts of ADD/ADHD”). Invite your family & friends! Free. Pre-register by 7pm, DEC. 13 to KaminskiWellness@verizon.net or 973-228-6624. Cedarcrest Chiropractic, 616 Bloomfield Ave., Ste. 3C, West Caldwell. KaminskiWellness.com.

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17 Vibrational Healing with Singing Bowls – 11am– 12pm. The ethereal sounds of the singing bowls can open and quiet our inner space. Come listen to the healing sounds of the bowls as you are guided to follow your breath, relax and find balance. Please bring a yoga mat. $20. Chambers Center for Well Being, 435 South St., Suite 160, Morristown. 973-9714890. chamberscenterprograms@atlantichealth.org. chamberscenterforwellbeing.org. JourneyDance Session – 1-2:30pm. JourneyDance is a moving and dance meditation that allows participants to clear emotional energy through their own natural movement. It combines freestyle and structured movement to encourage a deep connection to self and to the tribe of dancers. It is facilitated, not taught. The facilitator works to maintain a positive, judgement-free zone where all participants feel comfortable. $30 for session or only $20 w/donation of items for food pantry. We strive to increase the vibration of abundance and nourishment for the world.Diamond Studio, 450 Hamburg Turnpike, 2nd fl, Wayne. For info call/text 917-405-0596 or jeanfedora@hotmail.com.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21 Winter Solstice Celebration – 6pm-7:30pm. This is an outdoor, family friendly event to celebrate the Winter Solstice. Free for all ages. Early Street Community Garden, 17 Early Street., Morristown. Linda Chang 973-206-4177 or linda@growitgreenmorristown.org. GrowItGreenMorristown.org. JourneyDance Session – 7-8:30pm. JourneyDance is a moving and dance meditation that allows participants to clear emotional energy through their own natural movement. It combines freestyle and structured movement to encourage a deep connection to self and to the tribe of dancers. It is facilitated, not taught. The facilitator works to maintain a positive, judgementfree zone where all participants feel comfortable. $30 for session or only $20 w/donation of items for food pantry. We strive to increase the vibration of abundance and nourishment for the world. American Legion, 20 Yates Ave, 2nd fl, Newton. For info call/text 917-405-0596 or jeanfedora@hotmail.com.

sional Organizer® and Time Shaman Amara Willey. Amara believes that the clutter in your space reflects the clutter in your head, and that if you organize your space, your life will be more peaceful. Part of the “It takes a village to create health and wellness” monthly program. Free. RSVP to: http://ow.ly/d7Ap30fF61l. Awakening Wellness, 14 Pine St., Ste 8, Morristown. Questions? Contact 973-479-2229 or hilary@awakening4wellness.com. Awakening4Wellness.com.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22 Winter Solstice – 7:30pm. This is an evening to celebrate the return of the light through the beautiful music of Kim Kalesti in the sacred spirituality of the Center for Spiritual Living in Morristown. Don’t miss this special evening. Love offereing. Center for Spiritual Living Morristown, 331 Mt. Kemble Ave., Morristown. Connie Weiss 973-539-3114 or truespirit@earthlink.com. CSLMorristown.org.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31 Annual New Year’s Eve Meditation – 6-8pm. Join Sue Freeman & Leslie Treloar for this harmonious welcome of the new year at their new location. Free. Blossoming Into Light (formerly Art of the Heart), 401 Rt 24, Chester. 862-222-4268. TheArtOfTheHeart-Chester.com. World Healing Meditation – 7-8am. The Center for Spiritual Living Morristown will be participating in the World Healing Meditation. So please join us and millions of others around the world meditating at the same time for world peace. The meditation starts promptly at 7AM and lasts for. Love offering. Center for Spiritual Living Morristown, 331 Mt. Kemble Ave., Morristown. Connie Weiss 973-539-3114 or truespirit@earthlink.com. CSLMorristown.org.

PLAN AHEAD SUNDAY, JANUARY 7 Celebrating 3rd Anniversary with Thetahealing – 12-2pm. Thetahealing is in Westfield, NJ. For details, visit ReshmaShah.com.

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Sunday Hatha Yoga for Beginners – 9am. Establishing the foundation necessary for a mindful and nourishing practice, a beginner’s class will explore physical postures as well as fundamental breathing and meditation techniques. Ideal for students new to yoga, those seeking to reaffirm their roots, as well as practitioners that simply resonate with a slower and more deliberate pace, this class will provide the opportunity to thoughtfully challenge body and mind. $20. Highland Yoga, 1572 Rt. 23 N, Butler. 973-838-9642. HighlandYoga.com. ELDOA Spinal Strength for Sport Performance and Injury Support – 10-11am. ELDOA is a series of static postural exercises that create space in the spinal joints by strengthening the intrinsic spinal muscles to support joint integrity. Great edge for sports or supportive for disc bulges and nerve compression. Specific approach that help and prevent sprains, functional neurology, increase muscle connectivity and lessen stress. $20 per class. Living Fit, 406 Pompton Ave, Cedar Grove. 973-433-0445. BKLivingFit.com. Sunday Celebration Service – 10:30am. Rev. Frankie, practitioners, and musicians create an inspiring, uplifting time to be reminded of our spiritual connectedness. Center for Spiritual Living of Morristown, 331 Mt Kemble Ave., Morristown. 973-539-3114. truespirit@earthlink.com. CSLMorristown.org. Free Meditation Class – 4-5pm. Learn how to manage stress and emotions through breathing techniques and meditation. A perfect introduction to meditation. Free. Art of Living Center for Peace and Meditation, 2nd Floor, 104 Broadway, Denville. 973-400-9191. MorrisCounty@Us.ArtofLiving.org.

Yoga Impact Community Class – 4:30-5:30pm. Beginner level yoga practice. Free/Donation to Yoga Impact. Purple Om Yoga, 3118 Route 10 West, Denville. 973-343-2848. RSVP and info: PurpleOmYoga.com.

Sunday Night Meditation – 7:30-9pm. Sacred Circle - in a meditative mood, with guided imagery and sound healing. Good learning and expanding of one’s vision. Spiritual blessings for the week ahead. $10 donation. NEOLYTH, 39 Glenridge Ave, Montclair. Info: Karuna Ma at 917-216-8184. HearthElement.com.

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creative breathwork (pranayama) to unlock energy and will then transition into a meditation practice. $20. Highland Yoga, 1572 Rt. 23 N, Butler. 973838-9642. HighlandYoga.com. Meditation & Self-Reliance Classes – 6pm. Learn how to quiet the mind by getting in touch with your Source and truly learn the art of loving yourself. Free. The Peace Within Spa & Holistic Wellness Center. 63 Beaverbrook Rd., Suite 105, Lincoln Park. Nancy@ThePeaceWithinSpa.com. Awaken the Master Within – 6:30-8:30pm. Workshop/Class on Transformation through the Art of Self-Mastery. $25. Portal of Healing, 50 Main Street, Chester. debbie@portalofhealing.com. 201-841-0358. PortalOfHealing.com.

Tuesday Mindful Teens – 4:30-5:30pm. Runs 10/3-11/14. Mindful Teens is a workshop providing five onehour sessions, objectives of this course are to provide developmentally appropriate mindfulness tools that foster mental health and wellness and to enhance the capacity for emotional regulation. For Grades 9-12. $250. Chambers Center for Well Being, 435 South Street, Suite 160, Morristown. 973-9714890. chamberscenterprograms@atlantichealth.org. chambercenterforwellbeing.org. ELDOA Spinal Strength for Sport Performance and Injury Support – 6-7pm. ELDOA is a series of static postural exercises that create space in the spinal joints by strengthening the intrinsic spinal muscles to support joint integrity. Great edge for sports or supportive for disc bulges and nerve compression. Specific approach that help and prevent sprains, functional neurology, increase muscle connectivity and lessen stress. $20 per class. Living Fit, 406 Pompton Ave, Cedar Grove. 973-433-0445. BKLivingFit.com.

Shamanic Journeys at Neolyth – 7-9pm. Gathering for those who like to explore their Soul connection with Nature and Wisdom, while exploring the symbolic imagery of shamanic dreaming. $10 donation. NEOLYTH, 39 Glenridge Ave, Montclair. brian@neolyth.com. HearthElement.com.

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Chanting & Meditation Wednesdays – 6:307:15pm. With Leslie Treloar. Chanting and/or guided meditation. We use essential oils & other tools to enhance and deepen the experience. $20. The Art of the Heart, 44 Main St. Chester. RSVP: via text 862-2224268, email sue@theartoftheheart-Chester.com or call 908-879-3937. TheArtoftheHeart-Chester.com. Ascension: Guidance, Processes, Activations, & Integration – 6:30-8:30pm. Be the Master of your subconscious mind, achieve self-love, guide your child consciousness, and transcend the negative ego. $25. Portal of Healing, 50 Main St., Chester. 201-841-0358. PortalofHealing.com. Free Meditation Class – 7-8pm. Learn how to manage stress and emotions through breathing techniques and meditation. A perfect introduction to meditation. Free. Art of Living Center for Peace and Meditation, 2nd fl., 104 Broadway, Denville. 973-400-9191. MorrisCounty@Us.ArtofLiving.org. The Morris County (West) Chapter of Holistic Moms Network – 7:30pm. First Wednesdays. Held at Chester Field House, 107 Seminary Ave., Chester. InfoHMNWestMorris@yahoo.com. AA Meeting (O-B-ST) – 8pm. Open to those struggling with alcoholism or drug addiction. Free. Cranford United Methodist Church, 201 Lincoln Ave., Cranford.

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White Oak Center Organic Co-Op – Every other Wednesday. Delivered by Albert’s Organics. Membership $20, then $35 bimonthly. White Oak Center, 33 Woodport Rd., Sparta. For more info, contact Brian Trautz at 973-729-1900 or BTrautz@ WhiteOakCenter.com. Healing Meditations with Rev. Frankie – Noon. Center for Spiritual Living, 331 Mt. Kemble Ave., Morristown. Free. 973-539-3333. Stress Reduction Group – Noon-1pm. Techniques to reduce stress, including positive thinking, guided imagery, gratitude affirmations and kindness meditation. $15. Chambers Center for Well Being. 435 South St., Morristown. 973-971-6301. Pranayama and Meditation – 6pm. Appropriate for all students who are interested in practicing breath work (from gentle to vigorous) and then quieting the mind to increase awareness and appreciation of the present moment. This class will provide the opportunity for students to explore non-postural yoga. Students will be guided through

Healthy Food Prep Classes with Phyllis Deering – Noon, Third Thursdays. Learn about delicious and healthy food preparation.$25; 4 for $75. Contact Marnie at Mountain Lakes Organic Co-op, LLC, 10 Vale Dr., Mountain Lakes. 973-335-4469. FruitLady@MountainLakesOrganic.com. Open Level Yoga – 12:30-1:30pm. A gentle form of breathing and stretching that enhances relaxation, lowers blood pressure, improves muscle tone and reduces stress. Good for all levels. Bring a yoga mat. $15. Chambers Center for Well Being, 435 South Street, Suite 160, Morristown. 973-971-6301 or Chamberscenterprograms@atlantichealth.org. ChambersCenterForWellbeing.org. Alignment Yoga for Beginners – 6pm. Alignment refers to the optimal placement of the physical body and the corresponding muscular engagements that enable practitioners to benefit fully and safely from a practice of physical postures (asana). Props such as straps and blocks may be used to accentuate a

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particular aspect of alignment and deepen your understanding of the asana. Breathing and meditation techniques may also be offered to align body and mind as each move toward a balance of strength and flexibility. $20. Highland Yoga, 1572 Rt. 23 N, Butler. 973-838-9642. HighlandYoga.com.

Friday Qigong with Sal Canzoneri – 10am-11am. Energy healing. RSVP by 7pm day prior. Register at 908879-3937. The Art of the Heart, 44 Main St., Chester. TheArtofTheHeart-Chester.com. Debtors Anonymous Meeting – 5:30-6:30pm. Twelve-step meeting for those dealing with debt, overspending and under-earning. Downstairs Main Bldg. at Redeemer Church, 37 Newton Sparta Rd., Newton. 877-717-3328. NJPada.org. AA Meeting – 7:30pm.St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 70 Maple Ave., Morristown. 973-538-0555. Evening of Prayer and Healing – 7:30-9:30pm. Third Fridays. Join the Universal Healing family to heal all life on this planet and in this solar system, galaxy and universe. Bring finger foods to share. Growing Consciousness, 54 Canfield Rd., Morristown. Free. 973-292-5090. Al-Anon Meeting – 8-9:30pm. Center for Practical Spirituality - Religious Science, 331 Mt. Kemble Ave., Morristown. 973-539-3114. RSCI.org.

Saturday “Men Who Care” Men’s Meeting – 8:30-10am. First Saturdays. 331 Mt. Kemble Ave., Morristown.973-539-3114. Rsci.org.

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T’ai Chi – 10-11:30am. A series of meditative movements that improve balance, lower blood pressure, and decrease anxiety. $20. Chambers Center for Well Being. 435 South St., Morristown. 973-971-6301. ChambersCenterForWellbeing.org.

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Ascension: Guidance, Processes, Activations, & Integration – 10am-noon. Be the Master of your subconscious mind, achieve self-love, guide your child consciousness, and transcend the negative ego. $25. Portal of Healing, 50 Main St., Chester. 201-841-0358. PortalofHealing.com.

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Overeaters Anonymous Meeting – 10:15am12:15pm. Weekly gathering of the free support group that helps people lose weight and keep it off. Downstairs meeting room, Parsippany Library. 973-335-1717. Wjioa.com. Hatha Yoga for Beginners – 10:30am. Establishing the foundation necessary for a mindful and nourishing practice, a beginner’s class will explore physical postures as well as fundamental breathing and meditation techniques. Ideal for students new to yoga, those seeking to reaffirm their roots, as well as practitioners that simply resonate with a slower and more deliberate pace, this class will provide the opportunity to thoughtfully challenge body and mind. $20. Highland Yoga, 1572 Rt. 23 N, Butler. 973-838-9642. HighlandYoga.com.

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Biofeedback uses sensors attached to the body to magnify your body’s reactions in the form of a signal (lights, sounds, numbers, and colors) increasing awareness about your response at the present moment. Using this information or feedback along with therapeutic techniques you can learn how to regulate central nervous system functions, calming mind and body. Also called applied psychophysiology, biofeedback is a well researched and effective complimentary medical treatment for conditions such as chronic pain, stress related problems, anxiety with somatic components (muscle tension, gastrointestinal discomfort, headaches, tics, and pain) and attention disorders. It is also beneficial for improving performance in academics (reducing test anxiety, improving focused concentration). Please visit the above website for more details.

Cleansing Concepts is New Jersey’s exclusive facility for Cleansing & Detoxification. Specializing in Colon Hydrotherapy, BELD Lymphatic Drainage, Infrared Sauna Therapy, Ionic Foot Detox. See ad on page 7.

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Ann Ochs • Colon Hydrotherapist I-ACT Certified, Advanced Level Certified National Board for Colon Therapy Body Ecology Diet Certified 26 Elm St., Morristown 973-998-6550 • ColonHealthNJ.com AnnLivingWaters@aol.com Ann Ochs has more than eight years experience as a colon hydrotherapist. She holds an advanced certification from the International Association of Colon Therapists (I-ACT), is certified by the National Board for Colon Hydrotherapy, and is a certified body ecologist. Living Waters offers the Angel of Water®, an advanced colon hydrotherapy system, designed to offer the ultimate in privacy and dignity. The Center is under the medical direction of Kristine Profeta-Gedroic, MD, FAAFP. Call today for an appointment. See ad on page 28.

HOLISTIC BUSINESS THE NATURAL LIFE BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP Camille Miller, Founder TheNaturalLife.org

Join a community of likeminded entrepreneurs and grow your business with us. Membership provides valuable business support, local networking opportunities and a collaborative professional community specifically for holistic, spiritual, and earth-centered business owners. We include food, medicine, the healing arts, agriculture, and many others. If you’re serious about building your business become a member today! See ad on page 10.

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Hilary uniquely blends CranioSacral Therapy with other healing modalities to alleviate chronic pain, headaches, stress and accumulated tension. Treatment benefits physical, emotional and energetic levels. Hilary facilitates the body’s self-healing process; gently releasing restrictions in the connective tissue and removing energy blockages. Using her intuitive abilities, she also helps release stored injury, trauma, memories and emotions. Clearing the body of stuck stress improves health, feelings of wellness, ability to feel calm, centered and empowered.

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Brian’s extensive training includes approaches designed Guy Voyer D.O., Ray Peat Ph.D, Paul Chek, plus holds a BS in Exercise Science from M.S.U as well as a Division 1 athlete in Baseball at Rider University. His vast knowledge and experience make him one of the most sought after coaches in exercise, lifestyle management, and wellbeing enrichment. He uses a holistic approach to coaching clients of all ages. See ad on page 22.

David Frome PT, L.Ac, Adv. Rolfer Rebekah Frome PTA, LMT, Adv. Practitioner of Structural Integration Asbury Park, Montclair and Matawan, NJ FromePT.com • 973-509-8464 Strong grounding in Western medicine and deep commitment to holistic health. We offer Five Element Acupuncture and The Rolfing Technique of Structural Integration. Specialties include: reproductive health and fertility (men and women), environmental health, sports injuries, low back and neck pain, cancer and post-surgical recovery, pediatric developmental disabilities and Rolfing for babies and children. We also offer Austin Air cleaners, a highly effective air quality solution. Call us for a free consultation.

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Lory Sison-Coppola Reiki Master, Past Life Regressionist, Huna, Crystal Children Advocate, Readings 5 East Main St., Ste., 28B, Denville 973-796-4661 HunaHealingCenter@yahoo.com HunaHealingCenter.com The Center offers different modalities that will raise your Spiritual Awareness, heighten your vibrations. We are dedicated to understanding and providing for those with specific needs. Classes, Certifications, Healing sessions, readings and counseling are offered. See ad on page 25.

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RESHMA SHAH MEDITATION AND HEALING

Reshma Shah Westfield • 908-264-4344 Info@ReshmaShah.com • ReshmaShah.com Reshma is a certified ThetaHealing Teacher and Practitioner with a passion in helping individuals recognize their limiting belief patterns and tap into their true potential. Her students learn the practice of Thetahealing and her clients benefit from one on one sessions healing them from illness, trauma, chronic pail, spiritual and emotional restriction giving them miraculous transformations. Reshma specializes in working with children and their parents teaching them mediation, the use of alteration in life style with Thetahealing® and the power of developing intuitive abilities to transform their lives to their desires. As per debut month, the first time clients get 25% off their first session. See ad on page 16.

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Robert A. Bruckner, Board Certified Hypnotist 124 Little Falls Rd., Suite 206, Fairfield 973-370-2100 ofc • 973-370-2120 fax MajorMindset.com Hypnosis for medical pain issues, academic proficiency, sports success, smoking cessation and weight loss. It’s not just hypnosis, it’s Major Mindset Hypnosis. Get beyond whatever is holding you back. End pain, stop smoking, lose weight, eliminate fearful thoughts, nervous or anxious feelings and be your best! Call for free telephone consultation. See ad on page 13.

MORRIS HYPNOSIS CENTER

Linda West, BA, ACH 55 Madison Ave., Morristown 973-506-9654 • MorrisHypnosisCenter.com Advanced Clinical Hypnosis using an interactive, personalized technique; based on a lengthy interview at our first session and dialogues at following sessions. I don’t talk “at” you; we both speak before and during your hypnosis. I also teach you self-hypnosis. Specializing in weight, stress, smoking, chronic pain, releasing the past, performance, obsessive thoughts, substance use, sleep, fears, confidence, and attention issues. Hypnosis can get you unstuck in virtually any area of your life. If you have constraints that you can’t seem to break through, hypnosis can free you and put you back in charge. Come for a free consultation to learn how you can reframe your past and design your future.

LYME TREATMENT NATURE’S GARDEN OF HEALTH Dr. Sue Massie 211 Broad Street, Suite 101, Red Bank 732-933-4011 suemassie45@aol.com DrSueMassie.com

Dr. Massie is well versed in holistic, drug-free health programs, with lasting results and specializes in degenerative, neurological diseases with Lyme disease, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue being at the top of her list. Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor, Certified Natural Health Professional plus numerous healthcare certifications. Dr. Massie’s passion is to not ‘treat’ her patients but instead she identifies the ‘root’ cause of someone’s symptoms and then teaches the patient how to detox, cleanse, nourish and rebuild their health. See ad on page 23.

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From The Heart Massage is owned and operated by Jonnie Lester, a LMT with the state of NJ. She has certifications in PreNatal, Facial Training, Barefoot Shiatsu, Rain Drop, Hot Stone, Deep Tissue, Medical/Trigger Point and Cancer Certification Massage. She also specializes in different modalities of energy therapy such as Reiki and intuitive energy work. See ad on page 29

The Digestive Divas have years of personal and professional experience using food to heal the body. They regularly study with doctors to create programs on the cutting edge of nutrition research that inspire and empower their clients. Specializing in food intolerances, acid reflux, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, persistent weight gain, and autoimmune disease, they create personalized and innovative ways for you to feel well, heal well, and be well. See ad on page 37.

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New office in Bedminster NJ opening soon! Since opening in 2004, NJNM has seen and treated countless patients with Naturopathic, Chinese and Biological Medicine. Some come to NJNM to improve and maintain their health, while others come seeking treatments outside of the traditional medical sphere. Regardless of the reason the guiding principal remains constant: to observe and treat the whole person, not just his or her symptoms. Using this approach, NJNM is better able to identify and treat the root cause of illness, help restore balance and promote optimal health. See ad on page 33.

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PSYCHOTHERAPY JUDITH A. HANCOX, MSW, LCSW, BCETS Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress Founder-Shiome Therapy™ Yoga & Meditation Teacher, Gestalt, EMDR, Energy Psychologist, Children’s Therapist, Grief Specialist—Guided Afterlife Connections Succasunna 973-585-4660 • JudithHancox@gmail.com Shiome.com • JudithHancox.com

I’ve been guided to ancient and modern science methodologies that safely accelerate the emotional healing process. With 25+ years in private practice, blending Yoga, Gestalt, EMDR, Energy Psychology, & Essential Oils, Shiome Therapy, is my signature psychotherapy. I have certifications in Repair and Reattachment Grief Therapy, and Dr. Brian Weiss’ Past Life Regression Therapy. My manual & CDs have meditations with bi-lateral music helping accelerate relaxation, intensify concentration, and support transformation. For a deeply profound, spiritually synergistic process, experience Shiome’s psychotherapeutic ways and means. See ad on page 35.

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Lisa Mack, CCT, HHC Thermographer and Holistic Counselor See website for locations in NJ and NY 855-667-9338 lisa@lisasthermographyandwellness.com LisasThermographyAndWellness.com Thermography gives a very early look at the most important indicator of a potential health problem— inflammation. Early stage disease screening is an area in which thermography excels. Whether your pain is acute or chronic, or you are merely curious about the state of your health, thermography can help provide answers. Radiation-free breast and full body screenings for men and women. See ad on page 25.

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Dr. Rosenfarb is world renowned in the field of holistic eye health. He is passionate about helping people with degenerative eye diseases. Learn of his astounding work in this area— call now to qualify for your free copy of his ground breaking book, “Recover Your Vision.” Additional specialties include glaucoma, retinitis pigmentosa and diabetic retinopathy. See ad on page 42.

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At the Chambers Center for Well Being, discover the benefits of integrative medicine – an approach to health dedicated to treating the mind, body and spirit. We offer a wide range of services including: ››Integrative physician

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For more information, call 973-971-6301 or visit us at ChambersCenterForWellBeing.org/Services

435 South Street, Suite 160, Morristown, NJ 07960


PROGRESSIVE HOLISTIC DENTAL THERAPIES TRANSFORM QUALITY OF LIFE Patients travel from around the world to experience world class quality, service and expertise Denville is famous for its medical community. So, it’s no surprise that a perfect smile is a must have item in this friendly town. Hand crafting those smiles is the life work of Dr. Steiner and Dr. Fine. Their office’s reputation has spread so far that they now treat patients from around the world; often doing more smile makeovers in a single month that some dentists do in a lifetime. They also offer an amazing alternative for those living with missing teeth. This dramatic advancement in the field of dental implantology now makes it possible for many patients to switch from dentures to permanent implant supported teeth in only a few hours. This new approach can be used to replace a single missing tooth or an entire mouth. Patients leave the office after just one appointment with a beautiful and strong smile. Discomfort is so minimal that most patients eat a light meal that evening. Upon entering the front door you will immediately know that this is no ordinary dental office, because that’s what most people say upon seeing it for the first time. Among the practice’s notable patients are actresses, actors, astronauts, models and TV personalities. However most of the doctor’s patients are everyday people who just want to look their best. Drs. Steiner, Fine and Kwiatkowski have focused their practice on those areas about which they are highly passionate. (After all you wouldn’t ask your family doctor to do heart surgery.) Those areas are Cosmetic Dentistry. Trained at the prestigious Las Vegas Institute for advanced dental studies, they have devoted over sixty combined years to perfecting their skills and have placed over 100,000 cosmetic restorations. Their main focus is on CoSMeT­ IC and FULL MoUTH reCoNSTrUCTIoN cases. This includes Implant Dentistry and Neuromuscular orthodontics, which can avoid unecessary removal of teeth. Many people do not realize that dental problems may be the cause of headaches, migraines, shoulder, back and neck pain, noisy jaw joints and pains in the TMJ. Drs. Steiner, Fine and Kwiatkowski pride themselves in having Morris County’s premier head, neck and jaw pain relief center. Their office also offers a “limited warranty” that provides free repair or replacement of restorative dental work, when a patient’s regular hygiene visits are maintained. This kind of security could only be offered by truly World Class Dentists. This is why their motto is: “Experienced professionals make the difference.” Aesthetic Family Dentistry is pleased to offer Gentle Laser Periodontal Therapy (GLPT) to treat moderate to advanced gum disease, a condition linked to other serious health issues including heart disease and diabetes. This gentle and less invasive superior state-of-the-art procedure eliminates the need for traditional surgery. oral DNA and HPV testing is also available to determine a patient’s periodontal health, as well as detect any possible genetic proclivity toward gum issues.

Aesthetic Family Dentistry, PA 35 West Main Street, Suite 208, Denville, NJ 07834

973-627-3617

Alan B. Steiner, DMD • Derek Fine, DMD • Jenni Kwiatkowski, DDS

www.AestheticFamilyDentistry.com

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