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We believe in providing information on the abundant choices that are available in order to fulfill a healthy and whole lifestyle. We believe there is a need to maintain a connecting link among all those who have a common goal of good health and well-being. We believe that communication is a vital element in our community's growth and development. We know that the mind is unlimited in its potential and we thus encourage our readers to share their ideas and thoughts with us for the good of all.

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Volume 23 Issue 1 —May/June 2017

The current issueSprouts: A Powerhouse of Nutrition
by Stacey Tress

Sprouts have been a vital source of nutrition for numerous civilizations over the past 5,000 years. They are a powerhouse of nutrition, having the highest amount of vitamins, minerals, and enzymes of any food per calories unit. Wheatgrass juice is the closest known thing to hemoglobin and is therefore a phenomenal blood purifier and liver detoxifier. Sprouts are 10 to 20 times more nutritious than their mother vegetables.

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JourneyDance™ is a Ritual Journey of Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual Transformation
by Michelle Brass

I’ve always been a spiritual seeker, looking for ways to heal myself and make meaning of my experiences. In my searching, I’ve discovered many different healing modalities. They have all provided me with much-needed comfort, personal discovery, and growth. However, of all the healing modalities I’ve explored (with the exception of traditional Indigenous ceremonies), JourneyDance has provided me with the deepest transformation I’ve ever experienced.


Amazing Healing for Acute and Chronic Conditions
by Carol Thompson

Many Canadians are surprised to learn that homeopathy is the fastest growing medical treatment system, according to the Indian Chamber of Commerce, where it is mainstream. Switzerland recently announced their intention to integrate it into their healthcare system which will include a number of holistic practices. Homeopathy has stood the test of time dating back 200+ years. The British Royal Family relies upon it as their primary healing method. It is my impression that the enormous healing potential of homeopathy is not completely understood even by those who routinely use it. For example, some people think of homeopathy for acute situations such as colds and the flu. Most have no idea that their chronic illness may be better served by homeopathy than over-the-counter or possibly even prescription drugs they currently use. In addition, people whose chronic conditions vastly improved using homeopathy may be completely unaware of it efficacy in acute situations. In my practice, I have witnessed needless suffering when there are homeopathic options that would make a significant difference. Below are some eye-opening examples.


Meditating with Animals
How to Create More Conscious Connections with the Healers and Teachers Among Us

by Pamela Robins

Now more than ever, people are needing to connect with nature and animals. The beauty of this book, Meditating with Animals (Cold Canyon Press), is that once read, an awareness is opened up and a shift in perception happens, creating lasting benefits for both the reader and their animal companion(s). Meditating with Animals™ and The Animal Method™ (described in the book) are a movement in health, healing, and wellness for all! This is an 8 1/2 x 11 full colour, beautifully designed story book filled with animal photos and tales as well as fun meditations such as "The Awesome Meditation," "The Let Go and Let Them Meditation," "The Walk on the Wild Side Meditation," and the "Everything but the Kitchen Sink Meditation."


Creating Your Own Ceremony
by Pam Fichtner

When I first met Sarah and Simon at the local cafe, their excitement was palpable. They wanted to have a commitment ceremony without any legal ties because Sarah’s divorce was not final. However, they weren’t sure if there was anyone who would do that for them in the community. They found me when they stumbled upon our Saskatoon Unitarians’ website and were thrilled at the opportunity to connect on this level. They were clear that they wanted to work with me to find meaningful words that would reflect their unique relationship and deep love for each other. Sarah and Simon shared their ideas and vision for a ceremony with me. They wanted to incorporate some elements of a traditional wedding such as sharing of the vows and a ring exchange, without the religious underpinnings that usually go with that. They wanted their ceremony to have meaning, to resonate with their spiritual beliefs and values. I suggested various resources that they could choose from such as readings, music, poetry, and rituals, and with their input I crafted a ceremony to fit their vision. We were all pleased and confident with the choices. The end result of this creative collaboration was a unique ceremony that perfectly reflected their relationship and hopes for the future.


How to React With Patience and Understanding to Frustrating Situations with the Elderly
by Kurt Kazanowski

Have you ever had to continuously repeat yourself to an elderly person? These situations can not only be frustrating, but also stressful and emotional. This is especially true if that person is your parent or loved one. Anyone who has ever cared for or spent time with the elderly knows the frustrations that can arise. Simple things that most of us take for granted can turn into monumental tasks that must be repeated over and over again. What are the best ways to handle these situations?


Embracing Un-stationary Fitness
by Clay Sparks

If “fitness” is something that sounds scary or intimidating, you are not alone! The fact is, most people do not work out, at all. This is not good, however the psychology of why has a lot to do with what people “perceive” is achievable for themselves, as well as how they feel when they walk through those front doors! SPIN has taken Saskatoon by storm this past year! The evolution of this primarily “big box” experience has grown into quite the budding independent fitness industry alternative. One of the most unique additions this year is Breathe Cycle & YOGA Studio. It offers a beautiful blend of both SPIN and YOGA.


Editorial
by Melva Armstrong

Welcome to the 22nd anniversary issue of WHOLifE Journal. For me it has been another enjoyable and uniquely memorable year. No two years are alike, and I love working and sharing with all the people I meet. I feel truly blessed that this work brings me so much joy and happiness. I look forward to another year of putting together each issue along with the help and generous contributions of so many talented and health-conscious people who believe in natural ways of maintaining wholeness and wellness of the body, mind, spirit, and environment. WHOLifE is meant to be a vehicle for everyone to use to keep the community informed about all things whole and healthy. Thank you to everyone for supporting me over these many years. May we have many more together.

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