Tag - self-healing

Bookend Your Days

I don’t prescribe a lot of “you must do this” kind of things, because in my experience every person and every body is different. But when it comes to having a consistent, intentional morning practice that connects you, protects you, and sets your...

Meeting Your Inner Advisor

Have you ever struggled with a problem and ultimately come to terms with it by listening to that "still, small voice within"? Do you pay attention to your gut feelings when you make important decisions? Or perhaps you have dreams that enlighten or...

From Worry Wart to Worry Warrior

Americans are worried. Approximately 20–40 million Americans have some form of diagnosable anxiety disorder, another 40 million have trouble with alcohol or drugs, mostly taken to reduce anxiety, and 47 million smoke. The “worried well” represent a...

Happy thoughts

Every so often, a person with a terminal illness defies the textbook description of his disease and the gloomy prognoses of the experts, and beats it virtually overnight, without the aid of modern medicine. As our main feature notes, most recently...

When miracles are almost routine

When AIDS victim Andrew Stimpson’s disease reversed itself, doctors called it a miracle. But a look at the research on spontaneous healing shows that miracles are not as rare as we think - the result of the body’s mysterious ability to self-repair.

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