Ki in Aikido, Second Edition: A Sampler of Ki Exercises

Ki in Aikido, Second Edition: A Sampler of Ki Exercises

By: C. M. Shifflett

Ki represents the life force behind the Japanese martial art of aikido. To aikidoists ki is the universal spirit present in all things, and it can also be compared to the Hebrew Ruach and the Greek Pneuma, meaning “smoke,” “wind,” or “spirit.” Continue reading “Ki in Aikido, Second Edition: A Sampler of Ki Exercises”

Daring Dames: A 5-Step Guide to Wellness

Daring Dames: A 5-Step Guide to Wellness

By: Jacqueline Gikow

Studies have shown that a lot of people suffers from obesity and other health contributing illnesses. Author Jacqueline Gikow shares her knowledge and ways to have a healthy lifestyle on top of all the other contributing factors like fast food and other activities that influences an unhealthy lifestyle. Continue reading “Daring Dames: A 5-Step Guide to Wellness”

Nature Cures: The A to Z of Ailments and Natural Foods

Nature Cures: The A to Z of Ailments and Natural Foods

By: Nat H Hawes

Just like author Nat Hawes, we also have friends and family that has illnesses that takes medicine and other ways that uses technology or chemicals to cure it. But what if there is an option or a natural way to get better or to get cured? Wouldn’t you try it? What do you have to loose? Nothing right? Natural medicine is actually better in my opinion as it has less chemicals and less side effects than current medicines has. ¬†Provided that author Nat Hawes has over 12 years of experience to test and prove the contents of the natural remedies on her book. Continue reading “Nature Cures: The A to Z of Ailments and Natural Foods”