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“I believe we are all on a journey of healing. Depending on our age, our medical history, our trauma history and our spiritual history, we are all seeking peace, health, and comfort in our lives. The seeking may vary from person to person, but I believe as humans we are wired to grow in knowledge and understanding of who we are and what our purpose is. This often is closely tied to our health and the challenges we may face.”
You’re not an automobile or an electronic gadget so you can’t simply drop your self off at the repair counter and come back later to pick up a refurbished version. Why? It’s because you are your own healer. Even if you identify as a patient, you won’t get very far if you don’t actively engage in your healing. Healers is here to help you help yourself.
I have had bipolar symptoms for about ten years now. I went undiagnosed for about four years. Those were some of the most intense, psychotic years of my life. When I was eighteen, my grandfather had a trust fund set up for me that paid for college. I went to my first year of film […]
Have you ever heard of the mysterious energy called chi? Perhaps you have watched with awe as the Shaolin monks perform almost superhuman feats of physical prowess on their Wheel of Life tour. Maybe you could even liken the monks to the Jedi Knights who were able to master a mysterious universal Force in George […]
We all have felt pure love because it is what we are. Love is the essence of who we are. We are all love but we forget where we came from. It is part of the game of separation. We feel that we can’t love or we cannot be loved: “No-one loves me. I am […]
For most of us, change does not come easily, and ultimately we only make real changes because we confront the reality that we HAVE to make them. Illness can often then, in an important way, be a “gift”, that helps us make needed changes. When we do not want to pursue an inner process of […]
Several years ago a gentleman friend and neighbor came to my office to have a sizeable lipoma excised. The surgery was to be done in the office under local anesthesia. Our nurse had everything I would require set up on a sterile tray in the room where the surgery was to be done. When my […]
A Healer Prayer from Course in Miracles (when you are unsure what to do): “I am here only to be truly helpful, I am here to represent the Source that sent me, I do not have to worry about what to say or what to do, because Source who sent me will direct me. I […]
The mind is the place of logic and reason and it gives you the ability to collect, organize and store information. When it’s time to make a decision, your mind parses all your past experiences and tells you what to do to be safe. While this can be a good thing is some situations it […]
You may have heard amazing stories about acupuncture from friends or family but still feel unclear about what it could do for you. You might have a fear of needles, and just aren’t sure if the benefits of acupuncture are worth mustering up the courage to overcome this fear. Here I’m going to shine a light […]
Going to the market each day for fresh vegetables I cut through the park and always see a bunch of rough sleepers by the two benches. I make a point of saying “good morning lads” as, to most people, they feel invisible so I like to acknowledge them. The leader is a man called Nij […]
Clinical psychologist and harm reduction practitioner Jessica Katzman writes about managing addiction that is grounded in scientific research, human rights, compassion, and common sense. Learn how therapists are working with patients rather than against them.