Does Spirituality Produce More Meaningful Meditation?

Does Spirituality Produce More Meaningful Meditation?

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by Don Ingwerson

Meditation, with its benefits and its shortcomings, has really been in the news in recent years. I’ve even written a number of blog posts on meditation as it relates to prayer. But now there is a different focus on meditation: combining meditation with the marketplace.Continue Reading

News of a Healthy World

News of a Healthy World

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by Don Ingwerson

It’s heartening to hear positive news – especially news about a healthy world. That’s why I wanted to share with you a great site on christianscience.com that promotes great health ideas written by Committees on Publication from around the world. And if you know of someone who likes to read health-promoting ideas in other languages, now you have a great site to share with them! Click here to access this site: A Healthy WorldContinue Reading

Attitude of Thought – Healthy Thinking

Altitude of Thought - Healthy Thinking

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A guest post written by Noie LaRue from Newport Beach, California

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you kept on blaming yourself or others for the things that are going wrong? I hadn’t really realized that I did that all that often until I was on a trip and at each roadblock or problem my first reaction was to cast that blame:Continue Reading

Health Potential Takes Flight

Health Potential Takes Flight

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by Don Ingwerson

I have a family of gulls (two adults and three chicks) nesting on my chimney, going about their business built on their own instincts and traditions. They are of course ignoring my family below. Because of these new guests – their eating, exercising, and family interactions – compared to human’s health habits – I got to thinking about health from the perspective of how beliefs of tradition can limit the acceptance of new health habits.Continue Reading

Want to be Healthy? Think Like an Olympic Ice Hockey Player

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Steve Drake is a self-syndicated Missouri columnist and writes on the growing evidence that what we think directly influences our health. He is also the media and legislative representative for Christian Science in Missouri. Here is Steve’s recent article published in the Southeast Missourian.Continue Reading

Health-Giving Effect of Sharing “Crumbs of Comfort”

Health-Giving Effect of Sharing “Crumbs of Comfort”

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A guest post written by Robert Nafie from Arcadia, California

Have you ever casually listened to conversations around you, but that don’t include you? Most often we’re engaged in our own activities and our own thoughts, so it isn’t something that happens intentionally. Well, it happened to me recently while sitting at the airport waiting for a flight.Continue Reading

Who Knew? It’s Healthy to Help Others

Who Knew? It's Healthy to Help Others

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by Don Ingwerson

Awhile ago I was talking to my son as he was recapping the latest on his house-remodeling project. I’d been hearing about the ups and downs of remodeling the kitchen and bathroom – important high-traffic areas – and after months of disruption a date had finally been set for the cabinet installation. As you can imagine, after months of having kitchen materials stacked and piled on the dining room table and floor, the thought of finally having order restored brought relief.Continue Reading

The Discussion Continues on the Power of Prayer

The Discussion Continues on the Power of Prayer

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by Don Ingwerson

There’s a growing debate among the medical community and the public as to whether faith and prayer should be partnered with medical treatment in healing. NBC recently did a segment on the power of prayer, with some interesting thoughts for and against prayer in the medical setting. It’s a great leavening of thought to have more people receptive to God’s message – in any setting. And just possibly more people will find that healing through prayer is not a miracle, but divinely natural.Continue Reading