I’d like to begin by expressing my best wishes to the mothers in our presence. If you are a mother, if you know a mother or if you know anyone who ever had a mother—I wish you all a wonderful Mother’s Day.
Regarding the Mother of all, I find this quote quite apropos: “The reason the universe is eternal is that it does not live for itself; it gives life to others as it transforms.”
So said philosopher Lao Tzu, author of ...
Today I am pleased to offer you more must-know nuggets of highly powerful “insider information” for attaining remission and recovery from Ankylosing Spondylitis.
Before I do, I’ll remind you that the ASVA is completely different from other AS support groups, and we diverge from the Western Medical approach to chronic illness mainly because of our beliefs and practices.
The big difference between us and the others?
They are interested in providing drug treatments, radical diets, or basic coping skills you can use to ...
We’ve all heard the old saw: Actions speak louder than words.
So why is it that positive action is something so many people have trouble taking?
As I go about my purpose educating, training and leading my tribe, I find the actions some of them would benefit from have for too long been “missing in action.”
Enter my associate and colleague Dr. Dragos Bratasanu, a modern media star who hails from Romania. He recently told a tale relevant to this topic of something ...
If you could create a new body for yourself, what would it be like?
Consider the premise carefully, because this isn’t a matter of science fiction—it’s a fact. The fact is, even the body you lived in yesterday is different from the one you’re in today.
How? In a process called cellular mitosis the cells in your body birth new cells repeatedly throughout your lifetime. The body reinvents itself again and again through the years and it’s plainly evident. Just watch a ...
We all know that by managing our stress more effectively, we can more easily reverse the symptoms of chronic pain.
Enter meditation. Practicing meditation is an ideal solution for reducing your stress and easing your symptoms. It can be as easy as taking a few minutes to concentrate, and as simple as closing your eyes and watching your breath.
Let’s look at some of the ways meditation can help you:
- Meditation diverts attention away from pain. Concentrating on pain creates more of it. ...