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While not a teacher or even yet a full-time practitioner of Acutonics® (she’s done all the coursework for certification as a practitioner—save the clinical hours and the project), there are few people, even among the most fervent in the Acutonics® community, who’ve proselytized on its behalf as passionately, and in as short a time since being introduced to it, as Holly Greene. “I have not been practicing Acutonics®,” Holly says from her home in the San Francisco-Bay Area, (where she was born over 70 years ago), “but I am sold on its effectiveness as a treatment modality.”
A Self-Care Winter

December is the darkest time of the year. It is energetically a time of going deep within. Like a tree deep into our root system. Taking the time to go within, allows us access to the core of who we are so that we may be nourished. December is also a very busy social time of year, creating a pull within our beings. Self care is key to balancing these energies and enjoying this holiday season.
Winter Solstice and December Astrological Thoughts

This article focuses on seasonal astro-rituals and Acutonics®. It uses the horoscope for the solstice in Washington DC. I recalculate the horoscope for my current location using Astro.com or astrological software. The DC chart is fine if these other methods are not available.
Winter Solstice — The Still Point

We have acknowledged the bounty of the harvest and are following the flow of natures’ seasonal cycle into Winter Solstice. “Solstice” comes from the Latin word substitium, which translates as “the Sun stands still”. On the day that the Sun is at its most southern position as seen from the Earth, it appears to stand still before it turns around.
November 2018 – Self-Care Affirmations

November is harvest time, a time for sharing the bounty of the season with friends and family. As the fall leaves continue to let go and the days grow shorter the desire to go within is getting stronger. So, take a few minutes for yourself and follow the urge by using these self-care tips.
November 2018 Astrology - Break Through to Pure Potentiality, Higher Consciousness and New Paradigms

In November we are in the astrological time of Scorpio (October 22 – November 21), ruled by the planet Pluto, (in ancient time Mars). During this time, we are influenced by the Element of Metal, the season of Fall, the time of Harvest, with the organs of the LI and LU, and the planet Venus in Five Element Theory.

Debra Kaatz is a spiritual Renaissance woman. A prolific author, of titles such as Characters of Wisdom: Taoist Tales of the Acupuncture Points, Receiving Spirit—The Practice of Five Element Acupuncture, and The Alchemical Path, all with master Chinese calligrapher Harrison Xinshi Tu, and an equally prolific reader (she tries to read a book a day).
Activating Chakras with Planetary Frequencies

Chakras organize the body on the physical level and allow life force to enter and be processed and expressed in the body. They are places where matter and consciousness come together, and energy is alchemically transformed from the psychophysical to the spiritual. The structure of each chakra contains a nucleus that concentrates or stabilizes the energy of the chakra, and a vortex that refracts consciousness outward. We think of the chakras as toroidal geometries expressing the vortex.
October Astrological Perspective – A Time to Harvest and Harmonize

Aloha! Thanks for being an incredible healing force of light and love in this world right now! This month, I am going to do things a little differently and offer some combinations and treatments that I feel will be valid and useful all month long. The astrological weather of October 2018 is very rich in movement and alchemy. I expect the month to be laborious yet rewarding, and hope some of these movements in sound and qi will assist you and those you work with in making the most out of this crucial moment!
Sylvia Pelcz-Larsen, MSOM, LAc - Jupiter’s Belle Inc. Boulder, CO

Born in Rota, Spain and raised (mostly) in Oslo, Norway, Sylvia moved with her father, a devout capitalist who worked in shipping and investing, her mother, a stay-at-home mom, and her brother, who was into engineering and cars, to the U.S. at the age of 13. Within three years, she managed to get herself kicked out of several boarding schools and into the more important role (at the time) of traveling Deadhead—traipsing across the country on the heels of the Grateful Dead. Always into music, art, and space as a child and knowing that someday she wanted to do something that’d make a difference (to others, to the planet), she knew she’d end up having an impact at some point, she just wasn’t sure how. By the time she reached her late 20s, the how became clearer. Although she’d studied goldsmith-ing at the Rochester Institute of Technology and later earned her BA in anthropology and her BFA in art history from the University of Colorado, these were more avocations than life call-ings. Having experienced signifi

"Acutonics is like a super intense meditation session for the body. After every session, I feel balanced and grounded again, and see results in concrete ways as well, such as a stabilized body temperature (with low thyroid)."

- L.H. Santa Fe