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Sarah Rapaport is an NCCAOM and California State board certified Acupuncturist, Herbalist and Diplomate of Oriental Medicine who lives & writes in Israel and the U.S.
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Behind the Power of the Needle!

Health and Wellness Benefits in Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine
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Holistic Health Resources for Jerusalem, Israel and All Around the Globe!
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Great Things To Know About Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
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Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture

A Deeper Look!
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Quit Smoking Now with this Awesome App!

Quit it

Quit-it is a tiny motivating program, supporting and encouraging smokers to quit smoking and helping ex-smokers to stay quit.

It keeps track of the cigarettes you did not smoke and how much money you are saving. Furthermore it shows the benefits of quitting as text and calculates a nice ranking for you.

* Shows your saved money.
* Shows how much cigarettes you did not smoke.
* Share your success via Facebook, Twitter or Email.
* Shows the tar you did not consume.
* Shows benefits of quitting.


Bob Marley and The Book of Exodous

By: Benjamin Rapaport, Author The Jewish Art of Self Discovery

Rolling Stone magazine (2004) lists “Redemption Song” by Bob Marley as #68 of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. In the chorus, Marley belts out from the depths of his heart: “Emancipate yourself from mental slavery. None but ourselves can free our minds…” This message has resonated with millions of fans over the last thirty-plus years since he first sang it.

Marley understood that slavery is much more than a physical reality. As the kabbalists taught, existence is multi-layered. Every physical reality possesses a deeper spiritual core that lies at its heart. Slavery is no exception to this rule. Read more


Transforming Fear & Getting Back On The Bike!

Getting Back On the Bike & 5 Ways to Overcome Fear Post Injury!

By: Sarah Rapaport

Recently, a close friend of mine took me to a spinning class. As I hopped on the bike and adjusted it, visions of a time twelve years before, came flooding through my muscle memory. I was sixteen and spinning had become an intense passion for me. I jumped on my bike and while riding my foot slipped out of the pedal and my spinning hobby took a pause. I had quite a gash in my leg and hundreds of stitches later I went home and began the healing process. Shortly after my spinning injury I decided to return and get back on the bike just to prove to myself that I wasn’t scared. Read more