October 2018, Issue 89
The Monthly Jewel
Our body responds to the choices our mind makes  ~ Rose Kumar, M.D.
Every Choice Matters

Kalpana (Rose) M. Kumar, M.D.
 Fast results are unnatural for the body. Dr. Kumar's article explains how our choices and the quick-fix we so often seek (as supported by the traditional medical system of symptom management) actually causes us to lose our connection to the sacred rhythms of life and ignores our body's innate, healing intelligence.


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Maryanne Riege, CHHC

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Food Is Medicine Cooking Class
with Dr. Kumar and Maryanne Riege
October 17th at 5:30pm
$29
Let Dr. Kum ar and Maryanne Riege show you how to make food your medicine. Join them at the Milwaukee Public Market kitchen for a demonstration.

Register here:       MKE Public Market -Food As Medicine

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DETOX Orientation Meetings with Maryanne Riege
Single Class
Multiple Offerings
at the Ommani Center

Free sessions to discuss a whole food, plant based diet and how to detox successfully.
Participation if free but RSVP NECESSARY 48 hours prior to event. One hour in length

September 20th, 5:30pm
October 4th, 10:30am
October 18th, 5:30pm
November 1, 10:30am
November 15th, 5:30pm
December 6th, 10:30am


Victim Consciousness & The Victim/Perpetrator 
Paradigm (Part 1)

Eric Ehrke, LCSW, LMFT

There is a slippery slope, called Victim Consciousness, when we interpret negative interactions with others as a victimization event. It's a seductive method of dealing with aggression directed toward us for which we habitually fail to accept any personal responsibility and thereby dissociate from our own urges of retaliation. By becoming the hero/heroine of our story of suffering we are relieved of honest self-reflection and we can feel we deserve "compensation" for pain endured.  Read Part I of Eric's article on the Victim/Perpetrator paradigm and watch for Part II next month. Read more...

Mummy's Healthcare
Aimee Brown, LAc, MSOM

How far back does the ancient art of acupuncture go?  Are tattoos found on mummy's bodies evidence of acupuncture? Aimee shares a story recently published on the website, Tonic (devoted to wellness, science and big-picture health issues) that reveals a 3,300 year old man, preserved and discovered in 1991, may have received acupuncture and herbal medicine for a number of his health conditions. Read more...

We are growing! 
Positions available at Ommani

Subcontractor positions available for a family practice, medical doctor and physician assistant.  Our thriving Center is seeking an experienced, compassionate primary care doctor (caring for pediatrics through Medicare age patients) and physician assistant interested in integrative medicine and dedicated to quality, standard-of-care medicine. Practice medicine the way you always wanted to. Interested parties should contact our office at  ommani@ommanicenter.com
 

Magic Things
Shelley Carpenter, PT, RYT

Bring awareness to the present moment; don't go through on autopilot!  By doing so you'll find the magic of all things natural and become able to truly participate in your connection with yourself, each other and all of life. Read more...
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