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Revelations on Healing: What One Doctor Discovered Channeling Messages for His Patients
by Peter Wisch, M.D. – New York City

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Maintaining and achieving good health might be perceived as obvious to some and obscure to others. Why are some blessed with well-being while others must struggle to be well? By means of channeling higher wisdom, the answer to that question is more straightforward than you might imagine. We are all endowed with unique constitutions at […]


How to Break Free from Anxiety & Make a Full Covid Burnout Recovery
by Brett Cotter

Have you ever wondered why it feels like the world’s gone crazy? I invite you to step back from the chaos and see things from a different perspective. We live on a spinning rock moving through space at 67,000mph, revolving around a ball of gas 109 times wider than Earth, in a solar system 36 […]


Don’t Buy into the Myth of Retirement
by George Jerjian – London, UK

Dare to Discover Your Purpose

It’s time to quit buying into the myth of “retirement”—and to buy into this instead. Ah, retirement. That long-awaited golden era of lazy lunches, rounds of golf, daily yoga and checking travel destinations off your bucket list. After decades of hard work, you’ll finally be living the dream. Right? Wrong. Sadly, retirement today isn’t the […]


Why Study Meaningful Coincidences?
by Bernard Beitman, MD – Charlottesville, VA

Meaningful Coincidences

When I ask myself why I’ve embarked on a mission to establish The Coincidence Project, the simplest answer is that coincidences are fascinating. They jolt us into an awareness of mysterious connections between ourselves and the world around us. Synchronicity and serendipity can offer opportunities. I am curious about how they work and what they […]


Primary Blocks to Your Intuitive Skills
by Tina Zion

Be Your Own Medical Intuitive

The blocks that I will discuss here are the primary ones that come up in all of my workshops and my private mentoring sessions. These are the most common struggles that I hear from people all over the world. These issues get in the way of people who yearn to do medical intuition but who […]


Alzheimer’s and Dementia: How Can You Help Your Family Members?
by Alpita Shah – Miami, FL

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Dementia is caused by forgetting where items are kept, or unable to perform basic problem solving. Affected persons cannot communicate words easily, and planning and organizing is not easy. Dementia can lead to Alzheimer’s which is known to be called Senile Dementia. The cause of Alzheimer’s is still unknown. However, a majority of cases are […]


Beyond Lyme Disease: Steps to Take for Tick Season by Sandra Lee, CEO, NJ Labs


Although a tick can bite you at any time, tick season is at its worst from April to October. Ticks are those annoying pests that can latch onto you or your pet’s skin and can spread diseases. When most people think about ticks they typically worry about Lyme disease, but there are many other tick-borne […]


How Open Monitoring Meditation Enhances Creativity 
by Ronald Alexander, PhD

Core Creativity: The Mindful Way to Unlock Your Creative Self

 Given the pace of radical change in the world today, what we need right now is creativity. Mindfulness meditation can help increase our awareness of what’s happening in the moment. It helps us develop greater insight and wisdom, and ultimately, achieve an open mind where we can access our witness state — or as I […]


Learning is Constant—To the Journey’s End
by Annette Cravera Goggio – Oakhurst, CA

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Everything we do involves learning. To doubt that is to deny our purpose of existence. We exist to feel, to think, to anticipate and plan, to interpret and decide on consequential and non-consequential matters in our life. Our life has purpose because of the learning involved. We evolve as souls through our experiences, especially emotional, […]


Togetherness not Otherness is a Remedy for Global Healing
by Rebecca Ward

The Paper Tiger Syndrome

Human beings have an infinite capacity to be kind, generous and supportive of one another. When that happens, I call it the huddle effect. It often occurs when people need support during a crisis. Suddenly, we realize how much we need each other. Recently, my neighborhood experienced a massive blackout—our public utility shut off all […]