Health and Wellness

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Spring Tonics

tea cup“You need a spring tonic,” decreed a friend in Rome, as I entered her apartment feeling light-headed and without appetite. She charged immediately to the kitchen where, with a flourish, she peeled a whole lemon in one long swoop, and tossed the peel into a small saucepan with about a cup and a half of water.

Lecturing nonstop, my friend instructed me, for future reference, to boil the tonic until the water was reduced to one cup, about ten minutes, then drink it hot.

Spring: The Season of Renewal

Yellow crocusesIn nature, progress often occurs in small degrees. At thirty-two degrees the earth is frozen and still, but move just one degree higher to thirty-three and the earth starts to warm and thaw. Then plants, whose energies have rested for the winter, begin an ascent that gradually forms new buds. People, too, who have rested their deep roots throughout the winter, now prepare to rise and bloom.

TheInternalArts.com 2008 Holiday Gift Ideas

giftThe holiday shopping season has officially begun. We at The Internal Arts don't endorse rampant consumerism and giving gifts which serve no purpose other than showing that you spent money to show you cared. That's why we've assembled a list of thoughtful and health improving gift ideas to help with your holiday shopping. These gifts conform to our mission of helping you (and your gift recipients) feel vibrant and healthy, while at the same time not breaking the bank.

Defensive and Offensive Skills for the Cold and Flu Season

The colder months present a new set of challenges for our bodies to overcome. Drastic changes of moisture, temperature, and light cycle in the outside environment have a direct impact on our own internal environments. Preparing our minds and bodies to face the seasonal challenges becomes an art unto itself.

Strengthening Autumn Foods

Fall squash“Keep a yang belly!” hollered Uncle Ho. And he waved good-bye as I sailed into Hong Kong harbor on the Star Ferry one early autumn morning.

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