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Undamn Your Illness

Undamn your illness or your body. Open an alternative to your compulsive, unexamined certainty that you know what your body or your illness actually is and therefore how to respond to it. Undamn your body. Undamn your illness. Your body is ceaselessly bringing sensations to your awareness; hunger, cold, warmth and heat, urges to move, to scratch…Is your typical response unconscious and habitual?  You eat, put on a sweater or adjust your posture. …Read More

The Roots of Illness Are In Your Behavior

Modern medicine teaches you that the majority of your Health problems are due to unknown causes, to microbes, or genetics.  Their most prevalent explanation is that disease is its own cause. Your conventional Doctor might say to you, “Your joints are swollen and painful because you have arthritis; and we know you have arthritis because your joints are swollen and painful.”  None of these explanations empower you to make real …Read More

Licorice and Anxiety: Sin Boldly

You know how we all have a weak spot in our diet; that thing we cannot seem to control when the impulse arises.  Years ago mine was black licorice.  On weekends I’d often buy a box of my favorite and eat the whole thing in one sitting. Merely thinking seriously about overeating licorice would trigger a kind of pre-indulgence tension and anxiety.   You know that feeling when you get the …Read More

The Power In Your Body

  This core philosophy of Self-Healing work remains mostly the same regardless of your diagnosis; whether your illness were migraines, arthritis, or infertility, your core healing work would be essentially the same. In order to heal your condition, you need to exercise your power in eating, exercise, thinking, and communicating. Your power to heal physiological processes is identical to the power you have to control your daily actions. The wisdom with which you govern …Read More

How Does Your Body Talk to You?

Sarah sits before me with tears in her eyes. “I feel like something is wrong with me. I’m degenerating, and I don’t know what to do.” At 50 she is experiencing an array of physical problems, including bad digestion, osteoporosis, 30 pounds of extra weight and 40 percent less energy. “Sarah, what it is like for you to live in your body?” “It’s miserable. I really hate it. I’m taking …Read More