Is it time to shift the focus about end-of-life issues? Eric Nelson, my colleague for Northern California, is a regular writer for the Communities Digital News and in his June 12, 2016, post shares his thoughts on making health care choices.Continue Reading
by Don Ingwerson
ChristianScience.com has a wonderful short bit of inspiration that is called The Daily Lift. Yesterday’s Daily Lift is titled “Reversing Sorrow” and I thought it was especially helpful and important in light of the recent headlines of tragic violence that are currently being broadcast. Each of us has the opportunity to pray for and expect healing and harmony in the world. Continue Reading
by Don Ingwerson
Here’s another inspiring Lives Lived video of Christian Science healing! Meet David. When he was 9-years-old, a doctor diagnosed him with scarlet fever, and predicted that David would live only a few more days. His mother asked a Christian Science practitioner to pray for him, and within a few weeks David had fully recovered. Continue Reading
Do our beliefs control our health? Is our body thought driven? My colleague Keith Wommack of Texas shares insights in his recent post on health.
Apparently, our beliefs can help us. It’s been proven. If we believe we will be healthier, we can be.
Patients in a Baylor School of Medicine study were divided into three groups. Dr. Bruce Moseley performed surgery on the first group. With another group, he utilized a different surgical technique. Both were standard treatments for arthritic knees.
The third group, however, received a fake surgery. They were sedated, and the doctor talked and acted as if there was a real surgical operation taking place. He even splashed salt water, simulating the sound of a knee-washing procedure. Each of the groups was prescribed the same postoperative care, including an exercise program.
Read More from Keith Womack’s blog.
Here’s our once-a-month Spanish blog for you to enjoy – this one is by my colleague Debra Chew from Tennessee.
Todos hemos dicho “lo creeré cuando lo vea”. Pero, ¿consideramos la afirmación contraria: que vemos y experimentamos lo que creemos, incluyendo lo que creemos sobre el envejecimiento?Continue Reading
In bringing comfort to another do we have to forfeit our own personal well-being? Eric Nelson, Committee on Publication for Northern California, writes a thoughtful response to this question in his weekly column, “Consciousness and Health.” Continue Reading
We’re heading into Memorial Day weekend in the US and many find this weekend especially filled with family gatherings and the possibility of finding that great bargain sale. But it’s also a time set aside specifically to honor those who have died while serving our country.Continue Reading
Does spirituality and a connection with God have health benefits? My colleague Steven Salt is a writer and blogger about health, spirituality and thought, and shares some interesting points on this subject in an article posted on Cleveland.com.
“A healthy outside starts from the inside,” actor Robert Urich once said. That makes sense.Continue Reading
by Don Ingwerson
I’m happy to share another inspiring testimonial of healing – this one about blurred vision. Meet Don, who suddenly experienced blurred vision and contacted a Christian Science Practitioner for prayerful help. After praying and experiencing a wonderful sense of peace and well-being, Don’s clear sight returned.Continue Reading