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Heartbeat Nurturing Therapy by Amara Karuna
Heartbeat Nurturing Therapy

micheal sunanda, April 13, 2012

"Amazingly sensitive & encouraging ways for healing our hearts"

‘HEARTBEAT NOURISHING THERAPY ��" Healing Our Hearts ��" A Gift for Friends & Lovers by Amara Karuna. bk rev by Micheal Sunanda (short review)

HNT is such inspiring book for me & those into deeply aware, sensitive & supporting us healing our PTSD, old birth trauma, child & sexual abuse, emotional conflicts, neglect & pains from any source. She offers many ways to nurture people of any age relaxing & trust building for self healing in natural cooperative ways. Its very graceful with amazing intuitive details about how we need caring to relax trusting opening up, maybe for first time ever.

It’s encouraging awareness comes thru her organized yet flexible ways for relaxing, opening up letting go can be very healing. She knows & shows gentle caring photos & beautiful goddess art inspiring us for healing hearts. Its more for family, close friends & lovers than counseling business, for doing by agreements to nurture both of us together at one.

HNT seems to radiate a soft loving vibe for cooperating, like bonding with babies & anyone needing soulful help to relax while feeling deeper bliss in love. I’ve been doing deep meditation, radical therapy yoga, massage & bodywork since 1970s. In 1980 beginning learning Rebirthing breathwork, which can help most healing work deeper. Amara has decades of counseling & healing experience with tender open honesty encouraging readers & people’s awareness touching & opening hears of us & spiritual counselors with tender loving care. ms
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The Untold Story of Milk: The History, Politics and Science of Nature's Perfect Food: Raw Milk from Pasture-Fed Cows by Ron Schmid
The Untold Story of Milk: The History, Politics and Science of Nature's Perfect Food: Raw Milk from Pasture-Fed Cows

micheal sunanda, May 19, 2010

I love the truth on US history of raw milk in US, since i began drinking store homo milk in 1940s decades after pasteurized milk began poisoning us milk lovers.
In last decade our battle for raw milk in our natural food stores has progressed selling more, while dairy industry is pushing agriculture & health depts to bust & prevent us selling, buying & loving such healthy raw organic milk that was traditional for centuries. Cali was first state to legalize raw cow milk in stores in 2003?, but BIG DAIRY is still harassing the raw milk selling, while ignoring the true science about how healthy raw organic cow milk is healthier than drugged cow milk sickening millions of us with allergies, infections & worse. If you want to learn truth on raw milk, this book will fill your need, maybe scare you from dead toxic milk in stores, to try raw milk i been doing now for 7 years, even making yogurt & kefer are so yummy & healthy with local slow food living. Thanks Ron Schmid & Weston Price foundation, who published "Nourishing Traditions" of ancient healthy ways of organic eating we're returning to local raw foods for pure energy.
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Food Not Lawns: How to Turn Your Yard Into a Garden and Your Neighborhood Into a Community by H C Flores
Food Not Lawns: How to Turn Your Yard Into a Garden and Your Neighborhood Into a Community

micheal sunanda, November 8, 2006

This is the most inspiring book on naturalizing our home & neighborhood relationships I?ve ever read, after 30 years of study & practice. I?ve visited 100s of gardens in a dozen nations & grown them in Oregon, Puget sound, Hawaii & Australia during my Permaculture design course training with Robyn Francis in Nimbin NSW.
If you want to green up your yard & grow fresh organic food at home, this is it. Heather?s writing is lucid, clear & personal ?how to? do it at every stage beginning to ever growing greener. I?ve known her since late ?90s when she & friends began to urbanize Permaculture, ie organic homesteading with many cooperative projects, gardening in a park, seed swaps, workshops, etc. So FNL was born of instingating local groups for green homes. Now there?s few 1000 gardens growing food, herbs & flowers around town & 100s of fruit trees dropping food in season.
About the gardening techniques of FNL, simply beautiful illustrations of natural elements of gardening: composting, planting, mulching, water cycles, microcosmos of soil fertility in urban ecology. It?s great for beginners to advanced. Her chapters on ?Free your lawn, Gaining ground, The Water cycle, Living soil, plants & polyculture, Seed stewardship, Ecological design, Beyond the garden, Into the community, Reaching out, Working together & The next generation? are simple, innovative & immense potentials of growing more healthy.
It contains vast resources on many all levels organic & cooperative. She write more personal, friendly & sensitive than pioneering books by Bill Mollison & David Homlgren on Permaculture. I?m amazed at how she?s gathered & explains 100s of ways to transform our homes & community into abundant green-belts around our yard. It guides us into sources of fertility, beauty, pleasure, green work & cooperating with Nature & our neighbors raising awareness about 100s of codependent cycles supporting our natural living anywhere on earth. naturallyours micheal sunanda Oness press
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