Tag 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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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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Human Rights

By Joy Hinman December 10, 2012  is HUMAN RIGHTS DAY  a call for recognition and  support of human rights for every woman, child, and man worldwide– equal and inalienable rights for everyone.  Many historians and sociologists concur that humankind is, … Continue reading

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A Closer Look at Health

This video takes a look at what is on the horizon in exploring the relationship of mind and health. In the Committee on Publication office at The Mother Church, we’re following the latest health trends, some of which point to … Continue reading

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A Perception of the Placebo

A placebo is a substance containing no medication and prescribed or given to reinforce a patient’s expectation to get well.  They can be a look-alike pill made of milk sugar or another inert substance. A study at McGill University found … Continue reading

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Mirror, Mirror on the wall……

By Anna Bowness-Park “I am not what I think I am and I am not what you think I am; I am what I think that you think I am,” wrote Charles Cooley, a prominent American sociologist and author of “Human … Continue reading

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Movers, Shakers and Healers

By Anna Bowness-Park, Christian Science Committee for BC This was Oprah’s final week in her show that has been running for two generations, and the beginning of a new chapter for her and her followers. I am not an avid … Continue reading

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Committee on Publication for British Columbia in print

From the Victoria Times Colonist, Saturday September 30 2006 RELIGION A 19TH- Century journey gives bloom to a renewed faith in God By Anna Bowness-Park In these modern times it seems as if the many concerns of our world are … Continue reading

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