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Natural Awakenings South Jersey

Letter from the Publisher

Sep 30, 2022 09:30AM ● By Nancy Seigle

Friends,

Early on in my personal journey to well-being, I had learned that physical and emotional pain reside in the same area of our brains. And, if we wish to achieve overall health, we can’t experience a healing in one area without healing in the other.

This epiphany has brought me to better understand the importance of a holistic approach to every aspect of my life—physical, mental, emotional, social, environmental and spiritual. It’s the underlying reason I publish this magazine each month and it’s the driving force behind the Holistic Health & Healing Expo, to be held Sunday, October 16.

Let’s face it, our lifestyle choices can either help us or hinder us on our path to living a happy and healthy life. This in turn, helps us stay better connected to one another, and to our higher source offering a deeper meaning and peace for each of us.

We invite you to find your peace and healing at the upcoming HHH Expo; over 100 leading-edge leaders and practitioners are waiting to share their wisdom and knowledge. Interactive workshops, and healthy delicious food, will make you want to spend the whole day there!

Please stop by our booth and meet your friends from Natural Awakenings of South Jersey!

In the meanwhile, I want to point you to some fantastic articles in this month’s issue:

Don’t miss “Sustainable Sanctuaries: Supporting Humanity and Planetary Health at Home.” Sustainable and healthy furnishings, energy conservation, eco-responsible building materials and water preservation are just some of the must-read topics covered to help you turn a home into a real “shelter-from-the-storm” sanctuary.

With October bringing trick or treaters to your door, be sure to check out “A Happy Halloween for Pets.” Find out why chocolates, sugar-free goodies, raisins and trail mix, glow-sticks and open doors worry most veterinarians.

In “The Joy of Movement,” we learn that even those of us with two left feet can benefit by learning how to dance. Whether it’s salsa, hip-hop, belly dancing or ballet, dancing, at any age or ability, can ease depression, support the cardiovascular system, and improve overall joint function. Plus, it’s fun!

Thriving with you in light and love,

Shae

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