Can I manifest a specific person? This is a question I often hear in my office at my private practice in Chico. One subject I coach on is universal laws.
Women have a natural wisdom and compassion that is often distorted in an effort to follow or imitate masculine forms of spirituality and leadership. Women are formed with delicate yet powerful round edges.
I never experienced a massage until I was in my 30s, sometime in the 1980s. I was working in construction. Long hours, heavy lifting, and up and down ladders all day wears the body out.
Are you someone who cares about other people? Are you among the first to notice if someone is upset? Do you like to help those in need around you? Are you someone who often thinks of otherâ??s needs before your own?
Consciousness itself, whatever that is, has been evolving since the beginning and I do mean the beginning. There has been this underlying pattern in which consciousness has been manifesting through more complex forms.
Massage has been around for several thousand years. Many historians have documented that massage was practiced in early Mesopotamia (which is now Iraq) as early as 5,000 b.c.
You recognize the signs. You have seen this movie before. When you first met it was wonderful. Everything your romantic partner said and did was amazing or at least charming. You laughed at his or her foibles.
What do we do when adversity hits? Is there a way to work with adversity that makes a difference and is it something we have influence over? The answer is yes.
Dr. Liberman has a doctorate in optometry and a PhD in vision science. He also has an honorary doctorate of science for his pioneering work with light and color.
David Servan-Screiber, MD, PhD, is a clinical professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, cofounder of the Center for Integrative Medicine, and the founding member of Doctors without Borders.