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According to ancient Hawaiian tradition, wisdom first came to Earth on a great continent in the middle of the Pacific ocean (of which Kauai and part of Oahu are remnants), and it spread from there to India, Egypt, the Maya, and other ancient cultures. Whether or not this account is factually accurate, it suggests taking a look at what help this wisdom tradition may have to offer us as we face what appear to be escalating... Read more

A lot of the people I encounter these days, both in my office and in the community, are seriously worried about what they see coming in our world. Some are close to panic or despair. Some think the world will end in 2012; others (including me) have a sense that we are on the verge of major positive changes on the planet—but that our route to the other side of those changes may be challenging indeed... Read more

International Journal of Healing and Caring - Online (Vol. 2, No. 2) May 2002

By Judy (Springer) Steele, MTP

Dynamind is an "instant healing" technique developed by Serge Kahili King, PhD, a prominent teacher of the ancient Huna tradition of Hawaii (King website: www.huna.org).  I began studying Huna with King in January 2000, and learned the Dynamind technique from him in the fall of 2000,... Read more

Common Boundary, November/December 1995
A new approach to multiple personality disorder and to understanding mental health.
This year's thesis-award winner offers a new approach to multiple personality disorder and to understanding mental health.

Several years ago, I found myself working with my first multiple-personality client, an experience that not only led me on a remarkable journey of personal discovery... Read more

[This interview of Judy Steele was conducted by Alison Kain in 2004, and published
on Ms. Kain's Alternative  Insights website; however, that website is no longer online.
This is the interview as originally published; a few facts have been updated.]

Q.  Thank you, Judy, for taking the time to meet with me today!  It's both an honor and
    privilege.  You're a life coach, transpersonally-oriented counselor, teacher... Read more

Judy's Articles About Others' Holistic Work

GETTING EDUCATED HOLISTICALLY
…in Acupuncture and Traditional Oriental Medicine
…at The American Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

JUDY STEELE

The youngest acupuncture and Chinese medicine school in Minnesota, the four-year-old American Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AAAOM) is on a "rocket-ship trajectory," with a new building, a rapidly-growing student body and equally fast-growing clinic... Read more

"Nothing is more important to the health of Americans than freedom of access to the healthcare of [their] individual choice."—Norman Shealy, MD, PhD, founding president, American Holistic Medical Association.
"Healthcare providers need to use every tool available to give the patient choices in their healthcare, whether traditional or alternative care."—Doug Huseby, owner/CEO, Becker Furniture World.
"Health freedom is your... Read more

"In our every deliberation, we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations."—Great Law of the Iroquois Confederacy

"The physical basis for the productivity and diversity of nature must not be systematically deteriorated. There must be just and efficient use of resources with respect to meeting the needs of all people." —The Natural Step's Third and Fourth Conditions for Sustainability

Feeling... Read more

What's the next step after you decide to use natural, plant-based cleaning products to protect your health and the environment? It could be to find a manufacturer of effective natural products who will also refill your bottles! Laurie Brown, president of Twin Cities-based Restore Products, looked at the costs of those bottles—her own purchasing and shipping costs, and the cost to the consumer, and asked, "Why pay for all that... Read more

In the thick of the action for almost 90 years, the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) is the oldest women's peace organization in the world. When war broke out between France and Germany in 1914, Jane Addams, social activist and founder of Hull House in Chicago, called women in peace committees from across the United States to a meeting in New York in January 1915; over 1,000 came.

In February 1915... Read more

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