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Can healers also enlighten?

December 1, 2012

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by Gregory M. Scott —  Sartori, Samadi, Jivan Mukti, Sehaj, Deeksha, God realization and enlightenment — how do these “higher states” relate to the practical, day-to-day healing concerns we all have? Is it possible for your next step to improve your health and your spiritual life? Researchers around the world are interested in the body’s […]

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Thought for food

November 30, 2012

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by Scott Kalechstein —  On July 13, 2006, a front-page article in the New York Times caught my eye. The headline read, “Paralyzed Man Uses Thoughts to Move a Cursor.” The story described how, after neuroscientists had implanted a small sensor in his brain, a man had learned to use his thoughts and intentions to […]

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Health updates: Lymph node study

February 24, 2012

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The following is new information with respect to breast cancer patients who have had armpit lymph nodes removed. Researchers found that in about 20 percent of patients, which amounts to approximately 40,000 women a year, removing lymph nodes was unnecessary, and instead, increased risks of infection and lymphedema, a swelling in the arm that can […]

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