Published on February 28th, 2018 | by Publisher, Natural Awakenings New Mexico0
We are halfway into February and rapidly approaching the beginning of spring. We literally skipped winter in this part of New Mexico.
This month’s issue celebrates healthy ethnic cuises, the benefit of spices, and how to recycle and use the parts of fruits and vegetables we normally would discard. We give you a glimpse into the origin and philosophy of five different country’s diets and share recipes and secrets about how their residents keep healthy. Around it we sprinkle tips from local experts about spices, and recipes for making your own curry and vegan chocolate mousse. Enjoy!
Natural Awakenings is a proud sponsor of the PBS Ageless Living Series hosted by George & Sedena Cappannelli launching in New Mexico. It’s a three-part series celebrating its kick off March 16 and 17 at the KiMo Theatre in Albuquerque. The two-day event in March followed by two more events in June and September will be taped and shown on PBS nationwide. World-renowned presenters in March include Dr. Larry Dossey, Joan Borysenko, Master Mingtong Gu, Barbara Marx Hubbard and Joseph Gagnon. More details on page 3 and 17.
In the article Qigong helps reduce Risks associated with Modern Living on page 19, we share insights into the deep healing properties of Zhineng Wisdom Healing Qigong, a 5,000-year-old wisdom and healing art introduced to us by Master Mingtong Gu. With consistent practice, we are empowered to connect to the natural energy (qi or chi) within us that creates our health, vitality, happiness and overall sense of well-being and fulfillment. This life saving practice is now available during in-person retreats at the Center for Wisdom Healing Qigong in Galisteo, a short drive from Santa Fe, but also online. So, no matter where you are in the world, you can virtually participate in this transformative retreat.
Wishing you a wonderful transition into spring and all the beauty nature’s awakening has to offer.