Chronic Pain: Bearable, manageable or stoppable? by Deborah Sherwood

A recent study revealed that 57 percent of Americans suffer from chronic pain.  Deborah Sherwood, a colleague and writer who explores the impact of thought and spirituality on health and safety, shares her personal experience with chronic pain.  Deborah talks about her journey out of stress and pain from a spiritual perspective. She explains how a shift in thought- that resulted in a complete...
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Graduating into a Secure Future, by Wendy Margolese

Graduation is a time to celebrate accomplishments.  It is the doorway that leads to new adventures, friendships and careers.  However, many may suffer from self-doubt upon leaving the academic world fearing what the future holds for them. Today, these types of feelings are referred to as, Post Commencement Stress Disorder (PCSD). Wendy Margolese, a colleague and writer who focuses on the...
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Are there laws behind spontaneous remission? by Valerie Minard

In this article Valerie Minard, a colleague and a writer who focuses on the connection between consciousness, spirituality and health, explores the phenomena referred to as spontaneous remission from a spiritual perspective.  Spontaneous remission is unexplainable from a medical standpoint-it is the cure of disease that has been diagnosed as potentially fatal without any traditional medical...
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Healing Injustices with the Laws of Divine Love, by Debra Chew

Injustice is the outcry for much of the world today.  It seems to adversely affect individuals from every walk of life and every corner of the world.  Debra Chew, a colleague who writes about the connection between thought, spirituality and wellness, offers a unique solution that has been proven to be successful in neutralizing injustice of every kind. Debra shares a recent experience she had...
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