Well Being Journal

Well Being Journal

Well Being Journal - cover Nov/Dec 2013

http://www.wellbeingjournal.com

One day, when I was visiting Houston, Texas, on a business trip and I was at the check-out in a Whole Foods supermarket, I saw this magazine on display – “Well Being Journal”. Sure, the title interested me so I and a quick look at the featured articles (this was the Nov/Dec 2013 edition) and there were a number that really caught my attention;

  • How food dyes affect behavior
  • Coconut oil as a treatment for alcoholism
  • Mind over medicine
  • Sun exposure vs sunscreens – risks and benefits
  • Prevent cataracts
  • Stress-free living with tapping
  • Reverse skin aging
  • Safe cosmetics?
  • Preventing Alzheimer’s
  • Keep calm

I just had to buy it. I quickly read the article “Coconut oil as a treatment for alcoholism” and I was quite satisfied with the quality of the article.  Can’t wait to read more.

I also had a look at their website – http://www.wellbeingjournal.com – and it seems well organized and with some interesting articles online. Looks like a site I’ll spend some time exploring.

Also notice that there is the option to buy a digital version of the magazine. I’ll give that a go and see how nice that is to use.

Happy with this find

I’m glad I found this “Well Being Journal” magazine and website, just from a chance (was it really chance?) encounter at a supermarket. It shows that the world is trying to break free of it’s destructive path and trying to find the right direction for life. They have been publishing for 22 years! That’s a surprise to me. Seems like the voice of truth about our well being is just like a whisper amongst all of the mainstream messages we are bombarded with.

As a final note, the tagline of the “Well Being Journal” is interesting;

Heralding the integration of medicine with physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social aspects of health.

and their vision statement contains;

We don’t think we’ve seen the end of health.

and

It seems we are all continuously correcting our health experience, just as a pilot constantly corrects flight paths as an aircraft sails through the skys. We like the question, “What would we be like and what would we do if we were totally healthy?” What can we do to realign to health when we feel disease? We see the healthiest among us as being those who are curious about health and have a desire to experience more of it.

 This is an organization, website and magazine that appears to be well worth following.

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