Finding Freedom through Forgiveness

Finding Freedom Through Forgiveness

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A guest post written by Diana Colarossi from San Juan Capistrano, California

Forgiveness. Both the religious and medical communities value this act of grace: studies have found that the act of forgiving improves your mental and physical wellbeing and many believe that forgiveness is linked to salvation. Some research even links negative physical symptoms to unforgiving personalities.Continue Reading

Kindness, A Recipe for Good Health

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My colleague Wendy Margolese in Ontario, Canada, shares her thoughts on a topic important to each of us – our health and well-being. Wendy writes how a simple act of kindness resulted in better health, and I thought it worth sharing with my Southern California readers.Continue Reading

Are You Pushing the Mute Button? It’s Healthy!

Are You Pushing the Mute Button? It's Healthy!

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A guest post written by Bill Priest from San Diego, California.

I’ve decided to be more proactive in using my TV mute button when commercials proclaim a certain disease season is here, warn of disease susceptibility, give medical recommendations for that disease, and warn of possible, nasty side effects of that medication – including blindness and death.Continue Reading

What Health Conversation Do You Want to Have?

What Health Conversation Do You Want to Have?

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by Don Ingwerson

There have been so many topics covered on my blog in the past 4+ years and I have enjoyed all of the comments from you – my readers! Today I want to turn it over to you and ask what you would like to see me write more about or cover in more depth in the health/spirituality arena.Continue Reading

Is Seeing Actually Learning to Perceive?

Is Seeing Actually Learning to Perceive?

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A guest post written by Kathleen Osborne from Riverside, California

“I had excellent eyesight going into the course, but, it wasn’t so much seeing as learning to perceive,” said Navy Seal sniper, Chris Kyle, in his book American Sniper, after he was accepted into the Navy’s sniper school. This idea was a key component to his success, but he also learned in his training that he didn’t have to see everything, just his target.Continue Reading

Words Have a Powerful Influence on Health

Words Have a Powerful Influence on Health

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by Don Ingwerson

A patient’s fear is an important consideration in treating disease, and the word cancer brings with it significant fear when used in patient diagnosis. That’s what scientists are realizing and why there is now a push to leave out the mention of cancer in diagnosis of certain precancerous conditions.Continue Reading