The mantra in the spiritual world is “I’ll see it when I believe it.” That can be a tough sell for most of us who have lived by the exact opposite principle: “I’ll believe it when I see it.”
The moral of nearly every fairytale is that we can only find happiness by becoming the hero of our own life story and slaying our inner dragons.
To me, integrity is a matter of a person’s word: nothing more, nothing less.
It might seem hard to believe, but as recently as 1900, 95% of all babies were born at home.
Because love is an integral element in healing both body and mind, I often speak to my patients about what love is and what it means to “be in our loving” as we go through the challenges of daily life.
I wrote the following letter in response to the questions [a patient] posed about whether a vegan diet could have played any role in the manifestation of his illnesses.
I mostly see patients with serious chronic illnesses like cancer and auto-immune disorders, but there is a growing population of people complaining of long-term symptoms that doctors can’t seem to pinpoint.