Inspirational Articles

The Power of a Child’s Imagination

Visualization can help children sleep, improve their health and attain their goals. Most people have used creative visualization their entire lives, long before they knew there was a name for it. Children have vivid imaginations and...

Also labeled: Author Patti Teel, Issue #21

Gratitude: Law of Mind-Body

You’ve certainly heard and read about the idea that the mind and body are interconnected. More than 30 years ago, when I first began studying healing processes, certain factions of medicine were debating whether the mind and psychology had really...

Healing is Spiritual

Recently, there have been news stories about scientists who are cloning pigs. The great benefit of this research, say the newscasters, is that pigs are anatomically similar to humans so they hope to clone organs that can be used for human...

Guided Imagery for Children Dealing with Stress

Similar to adults, children can experience stress at home or at school. Stress can manifest in the form of anxiety, illness, or unconstructive conduct. Guided imagery and visualization can be used to alleviate tension experienced by children and...

We Are Simply Light

An excerpt from the book, The Breakthrough Experience I’m amazed by the number of people I meet every week who believe that they will one day get to perfection, instead of acknowledging that there already is perfection. They have the...

What is Sensory Processing Disorder?

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder resulting from the brain’s inability to integrate everyday sensory information received from the five senses: touch, vision, sound, smell, and taste. In addition to the...

Health Benefits of Kindness

Being kind has a profound impact in the lives of others but you may not know how much of a positive health benefit it delivers to you as well. People who perform acts of kindness would agree that being kind to someone else makes them “feel...

What Babies Really Need

As they contemplate the birth of a new baby, parents wonder exactly what it is they will need to buy—after all, there is so much new parenting paraphenalia available. Yet one of the obstacles that can get between us and a full experience of m...

Raising Our Consciousness: Stepping Out from Where We Were

Albert Einstein said, “No problem can be solved from the same consciousness that created it. We must learn to see the world anew.” A Nobel Prize winner, Albert Einstein transformed the world’s understanding of the universe and its workings with his...

Also labeled: Issue #19, Wellness Lifestyle

Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind (Part 3)

The Science of Changing Your Mind Part 3 of an interview with Joe Dispenza, DC Pathways: What is mental rehearsal and how can we use it to change? Dr. Dispenza: Mental rehearsal allows us to change our brain— to...

Gratitude

James O’Dea, President Institute of Noetic Sciences Your body loves gratitude! Not a superficial “oh gee, thanks” but a deep, hear t-connected appreciation that carries love and acceptance from a place of higher consciousness and...

Curing a Symptom or Healing a Life?

There is an important distinction to be made between curing and healing. To cure is to fix a particular part. Allopathy—Western medicine—is particularly good at doing this, offering drugs and surgery so that disease, illness, or physical problems can...

Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind (Part 2)

The Science of Changing Your Mind: Part 2 of an Interview With Joe Dispenza, DC Dr. Joseph Dispenza studied biochemistry at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. He went on to receive his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree at Life University...

From Stress to Bliss

Stress, said a wise man, is the common cold of the psyche. How true! Only, while the common cold strikes twice—or at the most, thrice—a year, stress has become a constant presence in our minds and bodies. How deeply stress has...

Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind (Part 1)

The Science of Changing Your Mind, Part 1 of an Interview with Joe Dispenza, DC Dr. Joseph Dispenza studied biochemistry at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. He went on to receive his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree at Life University...

Mom’s Weekend Pass: Two Nights Away to Recharge Your Batteries

Let’s be honest, whether we are at home with the kids or employed while mothering, the daily demands of family life take their toll on our minds and bodies. All moms need a break from time to time—it makes me think of the mythical country song “How...

Breaking the Stress Cycle - Of the Rat Race

“Hurry, hurry; get what you can! There’s only so much to go around and only so much time to get it, so you’d better get your share before someone else takes it!” This kind of urgency and “lack” mentality is typical of anyone who finds him/herself in...

Mindful Parenting

The Buddhist concept of “mindfulness”, which means deeply paying attention to the present moment, can profoundly enrich your experience as a parent. We spend much of our lives unconsciously absorbed in a future that hasn’t happened yet, or in...

The Body Has a Mind of Its Own

I noticed this phrase recently in a book by Dr. Deepak Chopra. The body has a mind of its own. What a wonderful image! It immediately conveys a sense of reassurance, of innate self-sufficiency. Many of us were taught from an early age, by inference...

A Look at Stress

Dr. Hans Selye believed that stress is necessary for adaptation. As Charles Darwin said, “It is not the strongest or the smartest of the species that survive, but the one most able to adapt to change.” Stress is a requirement for adaptation. Many...