Tag Archives: shame

Healing shame, fear and the addictive mind

October 15, 2013

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by Paul Stiles Randak —  The journey toward healing and personal freedom requires one to address the nature and origin of past wounds. These wounds, which formed at a very early age, are the result of events and relationships in one’s life where the authentic or artistic self was abandoned or injured. Releasing oneself from […]

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While on my way to church …

December 5, 2012

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by Scott Kalechstein —  One day I was on my way to church to give an inspirational talk and sing a few songs. Having received a license in the mail a few weeks earlier that claimed I was now an officially ordained minister, I was excited to be giving my first legal sermon. (I had […]

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The gateway of grace

October 4, 2012

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by Rochelle Sparrow —  Many people wonder how to let go of the past mistakes they feel they made in their lives. Some say they dwell on memories of these errors in an effort to continue punishing themselves with guilt. They have an intellectual understanding that these thoughts are unhealthy, but they find it difficult […]

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Curious about qigong?

March 1, 2012

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by Jolin Brandes —  The practice of qigong can yield many benefits and assist you in taking back the power to heal yourself. During the winter season, when you are susceptible to colds and flu-like symptoms, qigong is an excellent therapy to help support your lungs. Qigong encourages a positive outlook on life and can […]

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When sexual desire is painfully absent

February 28, 2012

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by Dr. David Roth —  There are still some problems that people just do not talk about. In the days before TV ads for Viagra, many men lived in silent shame over not being able to get and sustain an erection. And many of their partners painfully, if compassionately, conspired in keeping their secret. Many […]

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The hidden healers

February 26, 2012

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by Tracy Minton —  Over the past few decades, scientists have demonstrated the negative effects of stress on both physical and mental health. Is our well-being inextricably linked to external circumstances beyond our control? Or do we have untapped resources within that we can employ to help us manage the stressors that are natural to […]

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Are you in overwhelm?

February 23, 2012

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by Jolin Brandes —  The world is changing so quickly that we can get thrown into reactionary states over the smallest things. Someone says something just the wrong way, and we feel our emotions getting triggered. As the sun produces larger and larger solar flares, its intense rays of light pass through us. This unearths […]

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