Category Archives: Mary Baker Eddy

Freedom from chronic pain

Chronic pain – sometimes referred to as the ‘invisible illness’ – affects an estimated 16 million Canadians who live with at least one condition considered ‘chronic’ in that it is persistent or otherwise long-lasting in its effects. Even with a … Continue reading

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Mental Illness – Improvements can come from love and music rather than drugs

  By Joy Hinman Health is wholeness and vitality of mind, body and spirit. But when mental illness strikes, it can be a tremendous challenge for both patient and caregiver. Here is a story of a married couple, Marshall and … Continue reading

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Maintaining Health when Advertising creates Anxiety.

By Glenn Laycock It seems that once Halloween and Thanksgiving are over, we are immediately inundated with a three pronged campaign warning again contagions – flu, colds, and plagues.  The media reports warn us that this invasion is coming and … Continue reading

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A healthy workplace starts with mental health

By Joy Hinman Workplace safety is not just about keeping workers safe in potentially dangerous jobs, as important as that is. It begins and continues with mental health and ways to achieve it — for overall health — for employer, … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving -a lifestyle choice?

by Glenn Laycock Thanksgiving in Canada celebrates the closeout of the growing season(s) and is the traditional time when people pause to celebrate the harvest with gratitude for having received all they need to survive the winter months, and to … Continue reading

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Preventing Suicide through awareness, support, spirituality

By Joy Hinman They speak out — telling of the need for love and understanding, not rejection and hopelessness. They tell their stories of the struggles of mental illness and suicide attempts – now resigned to a life-time of medication … Continue reading

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Brave New Health

By Anna Bowness-Park Would you prefer to be controlled by fear or pleasure? This was an assignment given to my daughter when she was 15 years old. She was asked to read and analyze two fiction books: 1984 by George Orwell, where the … Continue reading

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Changing Our Thoughts to Improve Our Health

By Joy Hinman My niece was a tired toddler crying loudly, through her tears “I’m happy!  I’m happy!” as her mother carried her off to bed at the end of the day.  She was convinced – and trying to get … Continue reading

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Recasting Age

Reprinted from April 13, Times Colonist Blog Spiritually Speaking “The world needs beauty. People hunger for it, and I intend to give it to them,” Josefina de Vasconcellos once told me. This eminent sculptress from England, and dear friend of mine, continued throughout … Continue reading

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Is your life plan on course?

By Bethany Boyer-Rechlin Have you ever done any white-water kayaking?  My younger brother started to teach me this summer.   When going through rapids, a kayaker first plans his “line,” or route, around rocks and other hazards. But even if the … Continue reading

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