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Ten Tips For Women With PMS

By Susun Weed on Apr 12, 2017

Water retention, mood swings, sore breasts, and indigestion are problems experienced by many women in the week preceding menstruation. Here are a few tips from Susun Weed's best-selling book, "NEW Menopausal Years the Wise Woman Way (Alternatives for Women 30-90)" to help ease these discomforts.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: herbs, wise woman ways

Hot Colds and Cold Colds: Winter Health

By Susun Weed on Jan 15, 2017

Read reknown herbalist Susun Weed's wise words of wisdom to prevent the flu in your family or lesson its effects. "Preventing colds and the flu can be summed up in three words: Wash your hands. The viruses that cause colds and the flu most readily enter our bodies by means of our hands. Wash your hands after shopping. Remind your children to wash their hands as soon as they come home from school. A little "hysterical hygiene" goes a long way to keeping colds at bay."
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: herbs, wise woman ways

Lactofermentation, Putrefaction and Scorpionic Transformation

By Curtis Lang on Nov 11, 2016

The lactofermentation of sauerkraut takes place at the time of the Scorpio Solar Festival and the Taurus Full Moon, a moment of alchemical transformation, when mysterious psychic forces begin to percolate through the psyche of every human being.
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Category: Cosmic Weather Forecast
Tags: alchemy, anthroposophy, archangel michael, ascension practices, autumn equinox, devas, elementals and nature spirits, organic farming/gardening, recipes, samhain, subtle energy, wise woman ways

Healthy Bones The Wise Woman Way

By Susun Weed on Oct 11, 2016

In the Wise Woman Tradition, we focus on the patient, not the problem. The more we focus on disease, even disease prevention, the less likely we are to know how to nourish health-wholeness-holiness.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: environmental crisis/solutions, foods for healing, herbs, wise woman ways

A Maypole in Prison

By Starhawk on May 1, 2016

There are a surprising number of Pagans in prison—something like 20,000 in the U.S. Most of them become Pagan while they’re incarcerated. While the numbers of Christians are higher, the Pagans have some of the highest numbers of active, participating members of any religious group—and are among the least served, with no paid chaplains and endless barriers for volunteers.
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Category: Cosmic Weather Forecast
Tags: geopolitics, global news, great goddess, pagan, wicca, wise woman ways

Jane Sherry: Creating Spiritual Art for the New Millennium

By Jane Sherry on Mar 15, 2016

The ancient traditions of priestess, shaman, scribe and storyteller serve as the foundation and inspiration for my work.
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: sacred art, wise woman ways

Venus Unbound

By Jane Sherry on Mar 3, 2016

The book explores the misogynist history of both Eastern and Western civilizations and reclaims the symbols of female power which have been subverted by priestly cultures worldwide.
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Category: Love
Tags: great goddess, love/compassion, love/relationships, wise woman ways

Weeds in Your Garden? - That's Dinner, Darling!

By Susun Weed on Feb 9, 2016

I always say the gardener's best revenge is to eat the weeds. I've been doing it for thirty years and can testify that my health and the health of my garden has never been better. Here are a few hints for gardeners who'd rather eat their weeds than hate them (and for non-gardeners who are adventurous enough to try out nature's bounty)
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Category: Food
Tags: foods for healing, herbs, wise woman ways

Menopause is Enlightenment -- Kundalini is Power!

By Susun Weed on Jul 11, 2015

Kundalini is usually represented as a serpent coiled at the base of the spine, but women's mystery stories locate it in the uterus - or the area where the uterus was, if a hysterectomy has occurred. During both puberty and menopause, a woman's kundalini is difficult to control and may cause a great number of symptoms.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: herbs, hindu spiritual practices, kundalini, meditation, wise woman ways, yoga

A Maypole in Prison -- Starhawk Defends Pagans' Right to Worship

By Starhawk on Aug 11, 2011

There are a surprising number of Pagans in prison—something like 20,000 in the U.S. Most of them become Pagan while they’re incarcerated. While the numbers of Christians are higher, the Pagans have some of the highest numbers of active, participating members of any religious group—and are among the least served, with no paid chaplains and endless barriers for volunteers.
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Category: Global News
Tags: pagan, wicca, wise woman ways

Surviving Radiation the Wise Woman Way

By Susun Weed on May 5, 2011

We are adapted to survive mild exposures to radiation. Whether you are worried about the radiation from dental x-rays, a mammogram, or fallout, here are some Wise Woman Ways to help you stay healthy.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: foods for healing, herbs, wise woman ways

Herbs for Hags

By Susun Weed on Oct 3, 2010

"I'm so glad I'm finally old. Sadly, many of my friends don't like me to use that word. They say they don't want to be 'old'. I think what they really mean is they don't want to be the kind of old that's infirm and dependent. I agree." Read Susun's take on being a Crone Elder.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: cancer - tools for healing, foods for healing, meditation, wise woman ways, yoga

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