René Descartes once declared, “Cogito ergo sum,” or, “I think, therefore I am.” He gave more priority to left-brain dominance, to the analytical mind that is so skilled at taking our experience of the world apart. But should we agree with him? In our age where we build explosive atomic weapons but flounder when trying […]
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Be sure you’re sending the right message. Below the surface of our conscious everyday thoughts, lies a field of information stored in our subconscious mind. Unlike the unconscious mind, whose material we’re not aware of, the subconscious mind lives on the fringes of awareness, subtly and subliminally influencing our waking experience. It’s all there, from the […]
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National Hurricane Center statistics shows that the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane season so far brought fifteen tropical storms, ten hurricanes and five major Hurricanes. These storms are not limited to rainfall and wind but impact the lives of millions of people. From geographical displacement, through financial costs to health – the storm impacts the lives of […]
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AN INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR AND COUNSELOR, ANDY ROMAN While gathering informative articles exploring the topic of forgiveness, we were rightfully reminded of the valuable role forgiveness plays in our healing and wellness. In the following conversation with Andy Roman, where we explore the psychology of healing, the undeniable connection between forgiveness and healing surfaces again. […]
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When Fred said, “I’d love to get a shave,” I knew he was on the mend. That was true about all my patients in the hospital: Once they showed interest in grooming, I knew they were over the hump of anxiety about their recovery. They felt free enough and well enough to focus on their appearance. […]
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