An Induction to Know Your Best Friend By Lynn Tossello, Ph.D. As a hypnotherapist and metaphysician, I have come to know the power of deep relaxation and the benefit of utilizing the subconscious mind to achieve personal goals. The following is a sample of a short relaxation session intended to relieve the stress of isolation… Read more »
By Dr. Mark Light *Including information gathered and presented from Dr. Sherry Rogers work In the past year we witnessed the unleashing of a virus programmed to create divergent levels of an infection, targeting specific human populations, yet, at the same time, can rapidly mutate at such a rate that it can evade consistent detection by lab… Read more »
Br Dr. Bruce Lipton But it all comes down to: “What do you fear?” In the current pandemic, are you concerned about a loss of income during the quarantine, or an inability to pay for needed healthcare at a medical center, or perhaps, for most, the ultimate fear is the vision of dying from coronavirus… Read more »
for Chronic Pain and Dysfunctional Movement By Miranda McGovern If you follow the latest in the health and wellness industry, you’ll hear a lot these days about identifying and correcting the “source” of pain. That will mean something different to various practitioners, depending on their background. For nutritionists it might mean, “you are what you… Read more »
Every woman has female sex hormones, and they can get out of balance at any time in our life cycle. Many women think this is only an issue during menopause, but…
Are you one of those people who are plagued by allergies? Does the advent of spring send you running indoors? Do you tense up when certain foods are near you?
Are you one of the millions of people who are taking proton pump inhibitors (PPI’s) for acid reflux? If so, did you know they should only be taken for 2 – 8 weeks? Why? Because the FDA only approved them for short-term use. Are you aware that if you use them long term you are… Read more »
The brain is known to be the most complex of human organs—said to contain 100 billion neurons, which is nearly as many stars as said to be in the Milky Way galaxy.
By Jeanette Conery The International Association of Yoga Therapists (the accrediting body for all yoga therapists) says that “Yoga Therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and well-being through the application of the philosophy and practice of Yoga.” It’s important to know that yoga therapists aren’t setting out to “cure”… Read more »
By Mark Light, MD The pineal gland is known as the “third eye” or all-seeing-eye because it has been perceived that it can envision far beyond the physical eyes, allowing it to relate and interpret physical and emotional signals and vibrations of the body to the brain. The pineal gland is named after the… Read more »