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A Bible-based approach to consciousness research

This week’s article is from Eric Nelson from Northern California. Eric Nelson’s columns on the link between consciousness and health appear weekly in a number of local and national online publications. He also serves as the media and legislative spokesperson … Continue reading

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Arianna Huffington on success and ‘the kingdom of heaven within’

This week we are sharing an article by Eric Nelson,  Committee on Publication for Northern California. This article was first published in Communities Digital News.  Standing in line to hear Arianna Huffington speak at San Francisco’s Davies Symphony Hall last month – one … Continue reading

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Ridiculously small steps lead to a healthier lifestyle

This week we are sharing an article by Keith Wommack, who is a Syndicated Columnist, Christian Science practitioner and teacher, husband, and step-dad.  He is also the Committee on Publication for Texas. In Keith’s article – Ridiculously small steps lead … Continue reading

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Rising above limitations, to attain breakthroughs.

by Glenn Laycock This week’s article is from my colleague Keith Wommack, entitled, “What Stops you from being Healthy?” With the Olympics underway late last week, Keith contrasts his experience with breakthroughs to learning to play guitar rifts.  The story … Continue reading

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Who’s Missing From a List of 50 Women in Health?

This article was written by our colleague Bob Cummings, Committee on Publication for Michigan. Perhaps her prominence in the field of health is sometimes overlooked because of her historical association with a religion and the fact that medicine and medical … Continue reading

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Mary Baker Eddy – International Women’s Day.

by Glenn Laycock With this Friday being the “International Women’s Day“,  I would like to share a post with you from the US National Women’s History Project,  about 19th century spiritual thinker and healer, Mary Baker Eddy who was the … Continue reading

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Dr. Seuss’s prescription for a healthy heart

Colleague Eric Nelson wrote this delightful and thoughtful post for the Washington Times.   Photo: © iStockphoto.com/traveler1116  LOS ALTOS, CA, December 7, 2012 – Last Sunday marked the first of at least five Christmas parties my wife and I have scheduled … Continue reading

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De-stress From Distress Through a Little Soul Searching

The post this week is from our American colleague, Sharon Frey, and is printed in the Huffington Post.  I’d never felt so unfairly accused. My boss told me of a complaint she’d received about my attitude, management style and performance … Continue reading

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Putting the “care” back in “healthcare”

Watch the trailer for “Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare,” an official selection of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. (This may be about the American healthcare system, but there are many parallels to our Canadian healthcare concerns) Here’s a … Continue reading

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Is drug addiction a disease?

What’s behind the question and below the surface? Russ Gerber asks this question in Psychology Today It’s hardly a new question. By all accounts it’s not an inconsequential one either. When the addiction question comes up, as it did in a recent L.A. Times story, … Continue reading

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