I struggled with chronic pain and nerve damage for more than fifteen years. I tried every alternative mode of healing, therapy, etc. in hopes of eradicating the pain. I was very fortunate to have worked with highly skilled and, even more importantly, compassionate healers, including my pain management doctor, physical therapists, acupuncturists, massage therapists, and […]

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If you’re a healer, chances are there are signs, signals, and cues all around you. The key is knowing where to look. Here is a list of signs that you have a healing gift. Some may surprise you. You feel extreme empathy, often feeling emotions and experiences as physical sensations. You’re often told it’s soothing […]

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I have been a Crohn’s disease patient for eleven years now. Fortunately, for the past three years I have been in complete remission from the disease and free of medication! Since I was diagnosed, I strived to look for the root cause of my disease. I also pursued the traditional elimination of potential food triggers. […]

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Most of us experience distress, dis-ease, irritability, fatigue and the general feeling of “running around like a chicken with it’s head cut off” at least from time to time. Ultimately, our feelings about the world don’t change unless we change deep-seated habits, behaviors and thoughts. Doing things like regular exercise, getting seven to eight hours […]

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Douglas deBecker is a wellness coach who applies traditional Tibetan medicine. Apparently ancient, Asian forms of healing are underrated considering that scientists are continuously confirming their efficacy. Sowa-Rigpa in particular provides a time-tested path toward mental, emotional and spiritual health.

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Natalia Maximets is a psych blogger. Her piece describes the dark side of psychiatry or rather the pharmaceutical companies that fuel it. She argues that such businesses put profits before people and that consuming their products is often dangerous. She also notes that psychiatrists don’t cure mental disorders.

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