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An Open Letter to Survivors of a Pandemic The Great Divide
by Toni-Cara Stellitano LCSW – Commack, NY

There is nothing wrong with you for feeling afraid, anxious, depressed, depleted, lethargic, frustrated, lost, and confused. Your body is an organism in response to its environment, and our outside environment is in a state of chaos. Before you rush off to seek medication for soothing these feelings, remember that your body is having a […]

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Butter and the Boomerang Effect
by Dr. Will Tuttle – Middletown CA

We are each other’s teachers, for better or worse, and what we teach is who and what we are, and what we practice. Everything comes back, it seems, to our ongoing practice of living. Thoreau summed it well: “There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the […]

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Peace and Happiness
by Owen Waters – Texas

Peace resides in the human heart. Inner peace creates outer peace in your relationships and in the effect that you have upon the global consciousness. Peace is a choice. It respects your boundaries and it respects the boundaries of others. When you set your boundaries and stop others from intruding into your space, when you […]

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The Girl Who Baptized Herself by Meggan Watterson

The following is excerpted with permission from Mary Magdalene Revealed by Meggan Watterson (Hay House Inc. ©2021) In the tumultuous time immediately after Christ’s crucifixion, Christianity is seen as a forbidden religion. It’s illegal to be Christian. Yet, this crazy devoted man named Paul is traveling, from village to village, telling stories about his experience […]

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The Contagion Myth A Review
by Jerry Brown – Santa Fe, NM

The Contagion Myth: Why Viruses (including “Coronavirus”) Are Not the Cause of Disease, Thomas S. Cowan, MD and Sally Fallon Morell

In this fascinating, fact-filled, groundbreaking book, The Contagion Myth: Why Viruses (including “Coronavirus”) Are Not the Cause of Disease, Thomas S. Cowan, MD and Sally Fallon Morell cover a range of topics around the cause of disease, especially what’s called “contagious disease.” This book has profound implications for the medical “sickness” industry particularly the current […]

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Don’t Box Me In!
by Donna Martini – Oyster Bay, NY

In this lifetime, I’ve decided to not worry about being right but instead to do right. And if there is gender confusion in our nation, I am not going to judge it. I would like to know why this is happening, though, and whether I need to do something to help. My mind goes to […]

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FREE Pet Insurance! … to Help Prevent the Root Cause of Sickness and Disease by Dr. R. Geoffrey Broderick

Free Pet Insurance through Prevention is backed up by my 52 years of research in nutrition and medical practice as a veterinary medical doctor and surgeon, revealing that 90% of all veterinary medical bills and expenses are derived from the feeding of commercial “Pet Food.” “Pet Food” is not real food for anyone, and it […]

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Do You See the Light? by Jimmy Kilimitzoglou, DDS, FACD, FPFA, DABOI, MAGD, FAAID, FICOI

Light is life. It is natural. It is everywhere. Why not in oral healthcare? Let me shed some light on it. We use a focused blue light when we do white fillings. That is how the composite resin paste turns into a hard filling material. Light is used for diagnosis of disease. Velscope is an […]

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PEMF: The Holy Grail For Health!!! by Susan Finley

PEMF stands for Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy. But for me PEMF stands for “People Energizing Maximizing Fun Machine!” Before I learned about PEMF mats I was managing the symptoms of two autoimmune diseases, lupus and Sjogren’s. I felt I had them under control, but it was a full-time job. I was taking 122 supplements a […]

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Another Leap Forward in Dental Healing: Setting A Higher Standard by Jeffrey Etess, DMD, NMD, IBDM

How can you tell whether something you’ve done for yourself is good enough? Or just what would make it good enough for you? Your personal standards are what matter here. Are your “good enough” criteria aligned with your personal beliefs, values, and ideals? How about situations that actually require an ideal performance, like the treatment […]

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