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Welcome to the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex's directory for the holistic and metaphysical community. I'm very pleased with the growth of the holistic movement in the Metroplex. Each of us, by focusing our attention on wellness and personal growth, have helped to create this thriving community.

A community can be defined as "a unified body of individuals." When people share common interests and goals they can accomplish anything. The holistic community shares an interest in personal growth, wellness, and self-empowerment; and fosters an openness to new ideas and various belief systems. This openness is now being reflected throughout the world in the global marketplace where nations are discovering that it's more satisfying to trade with their neighbors than to wage war against them.

The Holistic Networker supports the holistic community by fostering communication and networking. In each issue, you'll find practitioners who can help you improve your physical health; organizations that can teach you to meditate or practice yoga; churches that can help you connect with your own spirituality; bodyworkers who can help you release physical and emotional discomfort; counselors who can guide you to overcome obstacles and discover your inner strengths; and intuitive consultants who can assist you in planning for the future. In addition to these resources, you'll find a large selection of products to support holistic health.

At our Wellness Expo, we give you an opportunity to meet many of the practitioners and vendors in the holistic community. Our Expos feature excellent vegetarian food, a vast selection of products and services, and many practitioners and bodyworkers available for on-site demonstrations and sessions. You'll definitely meet some very interesting people, and maybe you'll make some new friends too. See you there!

P.S. We'd love to hear your ideas and suggestions. You can use feedback form to reply.

Tony Cecala,
Publisher, The Holistic Networker

©1995, Tony Cecala