Define Me.

June 17, 2021

Reading Time: 3 minutes We are living in a society of extremist definitions and polarities. Whether the conversations are about politics, diets, religion, or anything in between, there seems to be a growing mentality that “we” are against “them”. This is blatantly obvious on social media. Our feeds are filled with blind regurgitation of unresearched factoids which are often […]

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A bright painting of a mystical looking woman with a predatory bird atop her head.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Ayurveda is synonymous to wellness. Despite being the world’s oldest collection of knowledge, this new-age medicine proves its eternal significance and innovative flexibility through the fact that its principles still hold as good as when they were scripted. Today, intellectuals are thinking of bringing science and spirituality together. This is not a new concept but […]

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Reading Time: 10 minutes As one who serves as a vessel for healing energy to pass through her and a very isolated though in the city Shaman, the fridge dweller nature of observation, observation nature just has to come out. Am unusual but though I can not see clearly in the physical I do see a lot in other […]

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An abstract painting of some mystical looking shapes and two arms emerging from a pyramid in the center.

Reading Time: 2 minutes According to Ayurveda (a sacred term referring to the science of life), we are microcosms of the macrocosmic universe. Indeed, its holistic approach to health and healing is one in which our body is not seen to be a mere collection of atoms and molecules, but as an inseparable part of the larger field of […]

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Reading Time: 4 minutes Deeply inspired by the great philanthropists in our times, one often does struggle with the very dilemma of how and what we can do in terms of charity or say social service. Generally such noble intentions do veer toward sending supplies and relief material to the victims of natural disasters, accidents, disease and such. One […]

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Reading Time: 4 minutes We have crossed the threshold to a new year. Many people like to mark the new year’s beginning by setting resolutions. Others set intentions. Perhaps there’s less guilt in breaking an intention than the more rigid-sounding resolution? Either way, I’ve tried both. Neither of them had any bearing on how I went through my year. […]

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Reading Time: 2 minutes I dedicate this poem to Dr. Staicu, the ICU staff at Highland Hospital in Rochester (NY), and therein the amazing staff on the seventh floor. Being hospitalized was my biggest nightmare, but I landed in loving arms. Almost everyone looked at me with eyes of love and spoke to me with kindness and compassion. Their […]

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Reading Time: 3 minutes Between work, family, friends and our homes we tend to find very little “Me” time. Often it seems the days will simply become one big blur as we progress activity to chore without once stopping to rest or enjoy life. The problem is that as humans we want to belong, we want to feel needed […]

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Reading Time: 3 minutes This edition of Healers Magazine, Health vs. Healing: From Prevention to Intervention, was supposed to be released exactly one year ago—let’s start there. Those of you who have been with us for some time already know that 2019 brought us technical challenges of epic proportions. We cleared each hurdle, thanks largely to one of our […]

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