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Category Archives: Self Healing
When life gets busy, we squeeze our sleep. (How well I know.) Sounds like a fine idea, but short sleep: – weakens the immune system and makes it easier to catch a cold; – messes up our appetite hormones and … Continue reading
Got pain? Back? Low back? Neck? Head? Shoulders? Hands? Hips? Shins? Feet? Anywhere in your skeleton? Modern habits – the way we drive, commute, work, sit, communicate, engage in media – all these reinforce the body pattern of curling up, … Continue reading
For years my marathon-running father hosted a 10k race, the No Wimps Run, so named because nobody stood by to offer water on the desert terrain. I felt like an imposter, a wimp at heart, trotting with the tough non-wimps. … Continue reading
Funny thing, in conventional medicine we think of “placebo” as “fake.” Placebo comes from the Latin word “to please.” In the 1800s physicians gave sugar pills as a consolation to please and reassure patients whom they could not cure. The … Continue reading
Your mood is a vital key to good health. Negative emotions damage and age our body, but positive emotions restore, repair and refuel us. Good moods keep us younger, stronger, more vibrant. Did you know when we shift our emotions, … Continue reading
I’m trying to make sense of advice given to me by an elevated being. (He would say there is no hierarchy, but I would say he’s darned close to total unconditional love). This minister naturopath physician traveler philosopher, Dr. Peebles, told … Continue reading
The mind is a dictator. Our attention sticks to the difficult, worrisome, dangerous, messy, unfair, uncontrollable, heart-aching, confusing, painful. Our mind tries to resolve the issue. So we hone in deeper, stiff-necked and determined, without realizing our focus is making … Continue reading