Kids at Risk

by Editor on October 14, 2011

All of us fall into one of a couple of categories. Child, adolescent or adult. Within that last one, you could also be sub categorized as a parent or elderly individual. I’m not spouting anything new here. The point of this is to say that almost all of us have a responsibility to children – [...]


Reflexology and the Magic of Bare Feet

by Editor on October 4, 2011

Much of the magic of bare feet striking earth is explained by the practice of reflexology. Reflexology is a natural healing art based on the principle that there are reflexes in the feet, hands and ears…which correspond to every part, gland and organ of the body. Through application of pressure on these reflexes without the [...]


One of the major reasons people don’t spend more time barefoot in public places is because they (along with business owners) think that it’s illegal. Businesses can have their own dress code, but most “laws” are actually more like recommendations.


A Walking Vipassana Meditation

by Guest on April 20, 2011

Guest Post by Ariele M. Huff. The rhododendrons were in full bloom as I drove up the steep road to Breitenbush Hot Springs Retreat and Conference Center in Oregon. I’d never been to a Vipassana Retreat, didn’t know what one was, but this looked promising: abundant natural beauty, a historic lodge, and cozy cabins. The [...]