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Are You Still A Kid At Heart?

Kid at Heart
When you learn to still the mind, you begin to take notice of your thoughts and feelings as they occur. You become somewhat of an "observer" to your own life. As the observer, you are more cognizant of your own actions. You begin to view how you interact with the world and respond to the causes and effects you are constantly subjected to. Lately, one of my observations has been about the fun-lovin...
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What Is Your Disease Called? To Know Or Not To Know.

What disease are you
Disease. Does a disease require a name before it becomes real. If I come down with an unknown ailment, does it mean that I can't treat the disease until it has a name? Just because I can’t name it, does that mean that there is no way of knowing what to take for it? Of course not… if you treat holistically that is. When you treat holistically, you repair the systems within the body that innately kn...
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Humor Healing: Can You Laugh At Yourself?

Humor Healing
Old Testament, Proverbs 17:22: "A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones." When humor is used as a method of healing, I like to refer to it as "humor healing". Research has shown that humor healing or humor therapy can reduce pain, relieve stress, and boost the immune system helping the body remain free of disease . I have used humor healing in critical even...
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Take Back Your Life: The Story Behind Emotional Kinetics

Plunge of Despair
Emotional Kinetics is a healing modality created by Wayne Adam and Kirk Johnson, based, in part, on the teachings of Reiki Master, Bernard Morin. The following is Kirk's story behind the creation of the modality. For more information on Emotional Kinetics, see this Healing Digest post. "Are you okay?" she asked. "Huh, what was that?" I shot back at the concerned co-worker I only now noticed st...
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Someone Else’s Heart

Heart in hand
In early 2000, while I was waiting, or should I say living, at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto for a heart and kidney to become available for transplantation, I was asked many times whether I had any concerns about having someone else's heart inside my body. At first it didn't seem like it was something that would bother me but the longer I waited, and as the time grew closer, I began to wonder mo...
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The Ultimate New Year’s Resolution: A Pact For Life

Today is January 1, 2015 and I find myself lying in a bathtub of water containing two boxes of Arm and Hammer baking soda and 1 cup of ultrapure magnesium flakes. I'm sitting here feeling very lethargic today - a feeling I had felt many times before in the past. I did well on New Year's Eve to consume six bottles of Becks, and for those of you who are unfamiliar with the brand, it's a nonalcoholic...
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