The Mother Lode

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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 ...

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How the Body Heals Itself – Part 2

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It’s helpful to think of healing as a philosophy. Philosophy means the love and pursuit of wisdom – and this wisdom brings with it an awareness of unconditional self love, a deeper experience of an inner power that protects you and wants you always to be well.

I know it can be difficult or controversial for some to think of healing this way. Many people don’t buy the idea of a higher consciousness or a meaningful connection between the mind and the ...

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Inner Intelligence

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In his book The Secret of the Ages, Robert Collier asserts that the mind is master and commander of the body because a subconscious “inner intelligence” directs and controls every function in the body.

For example, it knows how much sodium and potassium you need to balance the regulation of the sodium ion pump, a mechanism that controls cellular water content. You don’t need to concern yourself consciously for it to work properly because the task is dispatched on ...

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Is Your Liver Conscious?

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Medical science thinks of the human body as a machine. Anatomists and physiologists have mapped out the structures and functions of nearly all of it; we’ve got a great working knowledge of what everything is and how it should operate. Doctors know that to fix a problem they can troubleshoot for data, and repair or replace the defective parts.

Doctors must then allow the healing energy inside the patient to finish the process, hopefully with positive results.  It’s the standard approach ...

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