Don’t Enter into a Contract with Disease

Don't Enter into a Contract with Disease

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A guest post written by Charles Lindahl from Fullerton, California

When I listen to the current health care conversation, it appears that there’s an underlying assumption that it’s necessary to continuously monitor the body and intervene to maintain balance and wholeness. Even if the body is working fine, we are encouraged to take something to augment energy, heighten concentration, stimulate thinking, and promote sleep.Continue Reading

Is There a Simple Solution or “Silver Bullet” to Gain Health?

Is There a Simple Solution or "Silver Bullet" to Gain Health?

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by Don Ingwerson

Americans with all their good intentions have a tendency to want instant everything. It seems we are always looking for that proverbial “silver bullet” solution. That’s true for many things, including our health.Continue Reading

Is Permanent Health a Present Possibility?

Is Permanent Health a Present Possibility?

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by Don Ingwerson

The Christian Science Monitor is a newspaper with an extremely important mission for humanity: “To injure no man, but to bless all mankind.” And one key way to bless mankind is to broadcast widely the idea that health is not a condition of matter, but of Mind. Everyone wants to be healthy, and this article, “Permanent Health: How can we attain lasting health and wellness?” helps bring this goal in view.Continue Reading

The Healing Power of Gratitude

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Did you know that Thanksgiving Day in Canada has been a holiday on the second Monday of October since 1957? It is a chance for people to give thanks for a good harvest and other fortunes in the past year. My colleague Wendy Margolese writes on this topic of how expressing gratitude can lead to better health.Continue Reading

Dwelling in Love Fuels Spiritual Progress

Dwelling in Love Fuels Spiritual Progress

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A guest post written by Lani Meanley Collins from Santa Barbara, California

Life is full of blessings, but what I’ve noticed is that the human mind likes to dwell on the negative rather than on the blessings. If we’re not careful, we may find we are accepting this “trick” of negative thinking and see life as half full – or completely empty – and lose sight of these blessings.Continue Reading