Mind Over Medicine By Mark Light, MD “Promoting health of the body without encouraging health of the mind is an exercise in futility.”—Dr. Lissa Rankin, MD You can heal yourself. When was the last time you heard a doctor say these words? Probably never. Dr. Lissa Rankin is one doctor who is saying those exact… Read more »
By Mark Light, MD Don’t give up, there is hope-NAET We are lucky to have many healing modalities today to help us in our journey to health. Each modality works in a different way. Some focus on emotions, some on the body itself, some to detox, and so on. Herbal and homeopathic medicines are known… Read more »
By Michael Turk One of the least invasive but most effective means of relieving chronic pain is heat. Anyone can feel the healing, soothing effects by holding the hot end of a moxa stick over a sore spot. With repeated application, the lasting benefits outweigh the short time it takes to learn this Asian therapy… Read more »
The Triple-A Threat of Gluten Sensitivity— Autoimmune Disease, Arthritis, and Alzheimer’s Disease By Sheryl Sanchez, L.Ac. Medical scholars gathered recently for a symposium on the topic of gluten sensitivity, “A Grain of Truth: The Gluten Summit.” This educational summit was organized by Dr. Thomas O’Bryan, a premier educator in the field of functional medicine and… Read more »
By Dr. Patrick Giammarise, DC Most of us go about our lives and never think much about them. Yet they are impossible to avoid, exist in vast quantities in our environment, and can be difficult to identify. What are they? Toxins. Toxins Whether we know it or not, we are exposed daily to numerous toxins… Read more »
With all the advances in science pointing to the fact that we live and breathe in something close to a Holographic Universe it is well worth while to listen to people like Dr. Harvey Bigelsen explain his Holographic Blood theory.
Two competing theories about germs and disease have come down through history. The philosophy actually starts way back with Hippocrates and Galen and is really defined in the late 1800s by Louis Pasteur and Antoine BÃ©champ.
Whoever we are, whatever we do, we are more than just a piece of ourselves. Too many times we are judged according to "what’s normal" in society which is contrived by the media and certain organizations that like to tell us how to be.
Hypnosis is powerful because it provides access to the subconscious mind. The subconscious is the part of the mind that remembers everything. It houses beliefs, is the seat of the emotions, and is the creative, imaginative part of the mind.
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