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Tag: Volume 5, Number 1

Making Some Things Right Again

When I was a child growing up in a family where things were often dreadfully wrong and no one knew how to make them right, my siblings and I had to carry some pretty adult-sized burdens at far too young an age. In little ways, large parts of our childhood were stolen in order to

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Common Denominators Across Healing Modalities

Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared. Buddha Is it possible to identify commonalities across the hundreds of variations on the themes of healing? Between Acupuncture and Zen, your problems may be addressed at many possible

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Integrating Healing/Reiki into the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK

I have been employed as a Spiritual Healer/ Reiki practitioner on the Hematology Unit at University College London Hospital (UCLH) for the past five years. This is an acute care 40 bed unit which is based over two floors. Our patients are generally having treatment for hematology diseases. These include leukemia, myeloma (bone marrow cancer),

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Intuition and Healing: An Interview with Francesca McCartney

Intuition is a wonderful tool for self-healing and helping others to heal DB: How did you come into using your intuitive skills? FM: In college I was looking for a way to practice spirituality after being dispirited by Catholicism. I was seeking other ways to express my spiritual nature, and a friend in college introduced

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How Does the Heart Know Love?

Brad Walton writes poetry (mostly in prose format) that beautifully describes how our experiences and awarenesses through the heart inform and enlighten our lives. The poem that gives this book its title is my favorite.

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Opportunity of a Lifetime

THE SET UP I had a bilateral orchiectomy soon after I was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer. Big words that mean my prunes have been pitted. A friend of mine, Glen Ethier, sent me this haiku like poem that smacks of the Buddhist saying “Imagine the sound of one hand clapping”

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Using Mental Imagery to Conquer Overeating

Here is an innovative way to deal with overeating The desire to eat unnecessarily has little to do with genuine hunger. It is usually a conditioned response that is activated by a number of factors. The three main factors that set off the response are: the presence of outside stimuli that suggest eating, the need

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From – Three Heart Balancing Treatment of Cancer

Maintaining balance, walking toward health, and not giving in to death and despair are central for the healer while treating cancer. Hate, particularly the energy dynamic of hate, is the primary energy problem in the healing of cancer. Hatred, a part of the human experience, comes from a complex mixture of cultural, genetic, past life,

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