Archive | Anger RSS feed for this section

Treating eye problems with colored lights and acupuncture

April 20, 2013

0 Comments

by Dr. Edward C. Kondrot —  How can colored light applied to the skin help treat eye problems? Contrary to what you might imagine, the answer is tied to the familiar Chinese system of medicine called acupuncture. The Chinese have observed that energy, or chi, travels through the body in specific meridians, located near the […]

Continue reading...

Of fishbowls and boxes

April 18, 2013

0 Comments

by Scott Kalechstein —  When I was a kid, I had pet goldfish. When it was time to clean their bowl, we would put the fish into a large bathtub. I was always curious about why they would continue to swim in the same small circumference, as if they were still in their little bowl. […]

Continue reading...

How fast are you ticking?

April 10, 2013

0 Comments

by Pragya Pradhan —  If you do not have time to pause and enjoy life, then you are ticking too fast. A speedy, hectic life exhausts the energy of our right or sun channel, which supplies energy for our physical and intellectual activities. Symbolically, we can say the yellow color of the sun channel turns […]

Continue reading...

Learn to harness nature’s abundant pranic energy

March 24, 2013

0 Comments

by Master Stephen Co —  The one pervasive energy that governs the subtle laws throughout the universe and reveals the nature surrounding our lives is known as pranic energy. What is pranic energy? It is commonly known as prana in Sanskrit, chi in Chinese, ki in Japanese and ruach in Hebrew. This energy is the […]

Continue reading...

The drum

March 15, 2013

0 Comments

by Suzette “Medicine Drum” —  The drum is one of the most ancient musical instruments and the most important tool of the Shaman. It is used for meditating, healing, grounding, journeying, centering and dancing. It protects, expands one’s consciousness, cleanses people and dwellings of negative energies, and invokes guides and spirits. The reason the drum […]

Continue reading...

Cellular memory

March 11, 2013

0 Comments

by Nancy Beauchamp —  Cellular memory was first studied and documented in anecdotal reports of organ recipients. Studies have shown that recipients have experienced behaviors, personality traits, food cravings or interests they had not experienced in their lives before the transplants. Every disturbance of the body, either real or imagined, evokes a stress response. The […]

Continue reading...

Forgiveness: The key to an empowered life

March 2, 2013

0 Comments

by Tammy Holmes —  A Course in Miracles defines the term “forgive” as meaning “to let go.” Forgiveness enables one to move forward and live an empowered life. To forgive is equal to claiming freedom — the freedom to be who we are and to live the life we were meant to live. To forgive […]

Continue reading...

What are entities? Psychic Protection 101

February 6, 2013

0 Comments

by Leslee J. Klinsky —  If you have ever become angry, vengeful, agitated or depressed for no apparent reason, it may very well be that you have been affected by the unseen forces of one or more entities. It is the intent of this article to empower you to protect yourself, your space and your […]

Continue reading...

Why diets backfire

January 21, 2013

0 Comments

by Michelle May, M.D. —  We are bombarded with information about eating right and exercising, but millions still battle their weight. Diets often impose food rules that most people do not, cannot or should not follow for very long. Diet experts recommend counting calories, servings or points. Some diets require you to eat pre-packaged meals […]

Continue reading...

Life is never what you think it is

January 10, 2013

0 Comments

by Sherry Anshara —  There has never been a statement that rings truer than “Life is never what you think it is.” Yet, thinking offers such a limited view of life. As a child, you are taught to think. As an adult, you are told to think more, still. Is it a wonder so many […]

Continue reading...

Emotions are contagious

January 8, 2013

0 Comments

by Kathy Gates —  The crying could be heard all the way outside. When I walked into the house, I saw my mother and my sister holding her screaming baby. All of them were tense and frustrated. I took the baby, patted him, whispered to him and cuddled him. Within minutes, he was quiet. The […]

Continue reading...

Marital therapy can be dangerous for domestic abuse victims

January 4, 2013

0 Comments

by Dr. Jeanne King —  I longed for my children’s father, my ex-husband, to stop his violent outbursts toward our family. The psychologist/doctor/family peacemaker in me said, “We just need to find the ‘right’ person/method to help fix this problem,” as though he had some physical aliment. This may sound familiar to those of you […]

Continue reading...

Dealing with loss during the holidays

November 24, 2012

0 Comments

by Laura Orsini —  Losing a loved one is never easy, but it is particularly difficult when the loss occurs near the holidays. Whether it has been one year or 20 years, you are likely to feel the loss much more acutely during the holiday season. Although everyone grieves differently, it is important that you […]

Continue reading...
Web Analytics