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Research Continues on Meditation’s Health Benefits

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No one wants to be in pain, and few like to talk about it. But I do want to write about what many are now finding to be one of the most effective pain medicines: meditation. Although there are many meditation studies and reports that indicate it’s helpful in alleviating pain, there isn’t yet sufficient evidence of its efficacy to ... Read More »

Finding More Than I Bargained For

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Many people today, including some medical professionals, are exploring a more holistic sense of health, one that incorporates factors of the entire person, where our type of thinking influences our quality of living. Read More »

The Brain: Is it the Source of Health?

Is there value in looking for the source of consciousness outside biomedical and body-based research? Read More »

Book Review: Dumping the Magic: A Retired Cynic Revisits Spirituality and Healing by Connie Donaldson

Dumping the Magic will help every person, male or female, to emerge from “the dark night of the soul.” Read More »

In the Driver’s Seat with Health Care

The best treatment is individualized treatment, where the patient is in control, and healing starts from within. Read More »

Book Review: Edgar Cayce Encyclopedia of Healing by Reba Ann Karp

Edgar Cayce Encyclopedia of Healing has some wonderful protocols for use in treating classic diseases. Read More »

The Woman I Am Who Waited for the Woman I Was

I needed to know who I was more than I needed to avoid the possibility of finding out I was no one at all. Read More »

The Dark Knight or “Missy the Missile”?

Tragedy or triumph? Who really wins? The Olympics as a part of a healing process. Read More »

Book Review: In All Things: Giving Thanks When Hope Seems Lost by Laura Smith

We can overcome any loss we experience through perseverence and having faith in God. Read More »

New Views in Caring for Health

Patients are driving change in available health care options. Read More »