If It Heals You Does It Need to Be Measured?

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In his Huffington Post piece my colleague and health writer Tony Lobl ponders an interesting point – If you cannot measure it, does it exist – and considers important “immeasurables” like spiritual healing experiences. He begins with what Dr. Brené Brown has to say. “If you cannot measure it, it doesn’t exist,” Brené Brown was told […]

Healing Addiction by Filling the Spiritual Vacuum

Healing Addiction by Filling the Spiritual Vacuum

A guest post written by Robert Moran from Goleta, California For the past several years I have had the opportunity to work with troubled college students as a part-time counselor. Being an active Christian Scientist for nearly forty years, I have come to understand how spiritual principles supersede all other healing methods – including in […]

Restoring the Heart to Healthcare

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by Don Ingwerson “Mindfulness Meeting This Way” proclaimed a small sign at the entrance of one of the many medical buildings on the UCLA Campus – and suddenly I felt invigorated. I was not there to attend a mindfulness meeting, but to interview the GWish (George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health) project director, Dr. […]

Spirituality and Stress

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Tony Lobl is the British and Irish media/legislative representative for Christian Science, and is also a representative for Christian Science to pan-European institutions. Here is an excerpt from his article published in The Independent titled “Facing Modern-Day Stress with Time-Tested Tools.” It takes a look at the spiritual angle on dealing with today’s added stresses.  […]

Questions of Identity in Sickness and Health

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A guest post written by Tony Lobl, the British and Irish media/legislative representative for Christian Science, and a representative for Christian Science to pan-European institutions. “Have you noticed how everything seems a little impersonal nowadays? We have all become user names, reference numbers and IP addresses.” Thus spake Starbucks in their latest ad, unveiled last […]

Steps to a Healthier Christmas

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by Don Ingwerson In keeping with the holiday spirit, I just finished re-reading “What Christmas Means to Me” written by Mary Baker Eddy at the request of The Ladies’ Home Journal, when I received a copy of an article published in the Huffington Post UK by Tony Lobl, Committee on Publication for Greater London/District Manager/Euro […]