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Don’t Be Afraid to ‘Light the Candle’ of Spiritual Identity

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Attending church has had a powerful effect on my daily life. And I've found that outwardly sharing this spiritually based view on life and health builds a foundation for happiness. Read More »

How Do You Find a New Approach to Health?

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The health advice to watch what you eat may be more appropriately changed to watching what thoughts you dwell on, cultivating a spiritual outlook on life. Read More »

Spirituality and Prisoners of War: The Ultimate Freedom on Veterans Day

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John Wyndham’s uplifted thought and trust in the Divine not only freed him from the terror surrounding him, it kept him healthy and safe. Read More »

Vigor at Every Age

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Instead of continuing to look at the mind-body connection to understand how to control the body and produce health, an understanding of our relationship to the Divine Mind is in order. Read More »

Relying on God in the Foxhole of a Health Crisis

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Many people believe that the condition of their spirit affects their health. Read More »

Calamity Leads to a Search for Happiness

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Daily gratitude is a very healthy exercise that produces joy and happiness. Read More »

Emmy-Nominated Film ‘Escape Fire’ and Treating the Whole Person

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Increasingly studies confirm that nurturing love, forgiveness, humor, gratitude and other spiritual qualities promote health. Read More »

Going to Church Provides Health Benefits

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A clear guideline for prayer to influence health Read More »

Focusing on Each Moment for a Healthy Life

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Learning to live in the moment is more than just filling the mind with something useful. The process of going from frustration and confusion to harmony and satisfaction is life changing. Read More »

Treating Pain: A New Ontology is Needed

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Thinking that pain is in the brain impels doctors to look for a physical cause for pain, says Dr. Alex Cahana. When one isn’t found, “It’s all in your head” is often what a patient will be told. Read More »