Tag Archives: habits

How to Live Well, What-Even Life Brings: Love, Spiritual Growth and Understanding Stress

April 9, 2015

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How to Live Well, What-Even Life Brings: Love, Spiritual Growth and Understanding Stress by Pilar O. Tan, M.D. — The book explores 17 habits you can learn and use in order to live well with whatever life brings. It is a guide for living physically and mentally healthy, and achieving authentic success — a glance […]

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Holistic health and hypnotherapy

October 31, 2013

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by Sara L. Payne —  A holistic approach to optimal health would not be complete if we did not recognize the role our habitual thought patterns and beliefs play in our lives. We are indeed creatures of habit, and often continue to unconsciously indulge in self-sabotaging thoughts, affirmations and behavior patterns which can lead to […]

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Thrive in the New Year

February 15, 2013

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Thrive in the New Year by Dr. Larry Wilson — The end of the year can be a time of rebirth and renewal. Some people also believe that, according to the Mayan calendar, December 22, 2012, is the end of an age or the beginning of a new stage of life on earth. Here are […]

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What is clinical hypnotherapy?

January 14, 2013

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by Jo Johnston, Ph.D. — The powers of hypnotism, an altered state of consciousness, have fascinated humans since the beginning of time, and were recognized by the ancient Greeks, Romans, Chinese and by native tribes in all parts of the world. The phenomenon we know as hypnosis has been, and still is, called by many […]

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How to thrive when traveling

August 11, 2012

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by Dr. Alan Christianson —  People often put off initiating or maintaining positive health changes because of perceived obstacles, such as travel. The good news is that, with some advance planning and a little effort, it really is not that difficult to stay healthy and energized on the road. So you have currently been taking […]

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How to use positive affirmations to create the life you desire

March 5, 2012

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by Dudley Evenson —  Listening to the radio recently, I couldn’t help but notice how sad and bad the news was. A bloody day for people in Gaza, Iraq and Los Angeles, not to mention continuous doom-and-gloom reports about the failing economy and everyone’s own personal issues. I felt a knot of anxiety growing in […]

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U.S. health care is the most expensive in the world

March 5, 2012

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by Dr. Mark Force —  Editor’s Note: This is part one of a two-part article on our health care crisis. Part two will cover solutions to the problems. The current cost of health care in the United States is the most expensive in the world. The U.S. health care system has been rated as the […]

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Stress, dentistry and awareness

March 1, 2012

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by Dr. Nicholas Meyer —  Believe it or not, the ongoing troubles of the world can be seen playing out in the mouths of an ever-increasing number of people who are grinding or gnashing their teeth. Young and old alike are subject to higher levels of stress these days and, as a result, many are […]

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Transforming energy drains

February 27, 2012

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by Kimberly Kingsley —  Just about everyone has at least one thing that robs them of inner peace and drains their energy. Often it is more than one thing, but our attention tends to focus on the habit or relationship that is most challenging. As an energy coach and psychotherapist, I have witnessed numerous transformations. […]

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Zero karma

February 26, 2012

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by Kimberly Kingsley —  Many of us believe in ome sort of karma, but what is it really? Karma is nothing more than residue from past and present attachments, which develop when we attempt to procure energy from somewhere other than our own essence. We never need to “get” energy; we have an unending source […]

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Health updates: Sucralose and bad habits

February 23, 2012

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The following is new information regarding sucralose and a new study on how bad habits can affect the aging of our bodies. The “other” sweetener that is made from sugar, but is closer to the pesticide DDT Researchers recently investigated sucralose (Splenda®) to see if it could reduce hunger and keep blood sugar steady. They […]

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