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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

Treating the Whole person

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

Progressing to a new Ontology

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 »

Where Do We Go From Here When More Care Is Not Better Care?

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In my own experience, health is best established by starting from a spiritual perspective. Read More »

The Spiritual Option to Defeat Obesity

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With spiritual balance and purpose that brings a strong sense of love and self-worth, the negative stresses that lead to unhealthy conditions are reduced. Read More »

To Present a Full View of Health Care Treatments, Prayer Should Be Included

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Prayer shouldn't have been dropped from the Complementary and Alternative Medicine survey. Read More »

Can Viewing Yourself Differently Actually Stop Chronic Pain?

Overcoming chronic pain

As medical science stalls in finding answers to safe and effective pain relief, interest in spirituality has grown. Read More »

A Life of Purpose Increases Longevity

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Health and longevity correlate with keeping busy and living a life of purpose. Read More »