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Avinoam Lerner
Is Hypnosis for Cancer the New Anti-Cancer?
Can a non medical therapy like Immersive Healing and Hypnosis for Cancer benefit cancer patients? see this short video. Immersive-Healing, which utilizes hypnosis for cancer as it's therapeutic vehicle, is an advanced mind-body model designed to resolve, cleanse and heal harmful mental patterns and psychological factor which may suppress the body’s natural defense system i.e. the immune system and leave the body vulnerable to cancer. If you or someone you know benefited from a non medical immunotherapeutic therapy, please share? Read More
Anne Baker
A national emergency is upon us! - Why you should avoid Genetically Modified foods and watch this
According to the Center for Food Safety: Currently, up to85 percent of U.S. corn is genetically engineered asare91 percent of soybeans and 88 percent of cotton (cottonseed oil is often used in food products). It has been estimated that upwards of 70 percent of processed foods on supermarket shelve; from soda to soup, crackers to condiment all contain genetically engineered ingredients. Visit there website here: genetically-engineered-foods How does a food become a genetically modified food? Genetically engineering transfer... Read More
Rev. Maritday Rodriguez CH HC
Easier to say than do-Unplug From Negative Thinking
Negativity is everywhere! It's hard to avoid but here are some suggestions to keep us on the positivity note! Christine Hassler: Unplug From Negative Thinking Read More
Margaret Vaillancourt
Top 4 Massage Techniques to De-Stress
There are many reasons people might seek out massage therapy, but stress relief tends to be the most popular. In general, stress is anything that poses a challenge or a threat to our well-being. Associated with both minor and major health ailments, relieving stress is an important component of maintaining emotional and physical well-being. Plenty of research has found that massage therapy is an ideal stress relief tool; but some massage techniques are better at achieving this goal than others. Designed as a survival tool, stress activates the body’s fight-or-flight response.... Read More
Stacy Hill
Walk around town!
For the  holiday I decided to go visit my Mom, back to the house I grew up in.  I remember the house as I child.  I remember all the cool places I could hide, a spot in the garage ceiling where my cousin and I would hide out.  The woods that never seemed to end, on going adventure at every second.  The stream where I would play at, found lots of fossils (feel in love with rocks!) and the street where I knew every one and yep they knew me and gave minute to minute reports to my Mom on ... Read More
Barry Kerr
How Vulnerable Are You?
by Barry Kerr “It is no measure of good health to be well-adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” – J. Krishnamurti To to be vulnerable. While thoughts are generally experienced in our minds, feelings can flood our bodies, color our sensory perceptions, and reveal intimate information about us to others, in ways we don’t normally allow. What others do with this information is out of our control. Some will see a weakness and use the situation to attack or undercut us. Boys are taught not to feel so as to be “strong” war... Read More
Anne Baker
Are you eating the RIGHT carbs????
You're probably saying huh???? can there be right and wrong carbohydrates? Most people think of carbohydrates as bread, pasta, rice, crackers and maybe potatoes. But carbohydrates are found in many more foods than just grains. Fruits and vegetables also contain carbohydrates and even proteins ( including dairy products) contain a small amount of carbohydrate. Don't get me wrong - carbohydrates are essential to a healthy diet. I am not advocating a carb free diet for anyone. However, the type of foods you eat to obtain your carbo... Read More
Shawn Cohen
Shoots, Dumps and Leaves by Shawn M. Cohen
The Conversation , written and sung by Charlene Spiteri from the rock group Texas . Ever have friends ( well how can they really be friends?? ) or people in your life, or on social media or even family members ( maybe especially family members! ) who just call you, dump all their problems on you, tell you all about them, their life, their issues and then when it comes your turn to speak...just leave?? I refer to this as: ... Read More
Michelle Bradshaw
The Pleasure Path
The Pleasure Path Last week I was invited to present a yoga workshop for the Slim and Sassy weight - loss program. I was included in the sassy part of the presentation and was motivated to present a yoga pleasure practice, supporting people in creating the inner container, capable of experiencing more pleasure. The truth is, we all want more pleasure, we are hard wired to seek out, to give and to receive pleasure. I am not talking about a short – term distraction, but rather a sustainable sense of healthy long- term fulfillment, joy and happiness. Reclaiming a s... Read More
Liza (Aurelia) Hunter
To the soreness in the middle of my soul
To the soreness in the middle of my soul. I wrap my arms around your shaking body. The pain cannot be so much that you cannot see the beauty. This grief consumes your presence and fogs the glass. Soon you will break that mirror, smashing the reflection into infinite shards that will hold the image of shock. And in that moment, the mirror has broken and the heart shall open. Divine love floods in. The unfolding of the divine beauty of the journey through sorrow, through tears and anger, and the suffering heart. You build new... Read More
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