The Price of Forgiveness

Dear Readers,  This is a great piece on forgiveness by a colleague in Massachusetts.  Posted on July 16, 2012 by Ingrid Peschke Ingrid is a health blogger, legislative liaison for Christian Science and spirituality in Massachusetts, and a Christian Science practitioner. How much does Continue Reading

Who Cares?

A Guest Blog By Cynthia P. Barnett · Comments (0) Are you in a caring relationship? I don’t mean with a spouse, parent, child, or friend. I mean with your health care provider. Does your doctor care–really care? And if not, does it matter? Who cares? It turns out, lots of people do. According Continue Reading

Mind-Body-Spirit: Important but not new

Ann Archer

This past week I listened to a great radio talk show, hosted by Elaine Baumgartel, on NM’s public radio station KUNM. The focus of the KUNM Call In Show was, generally speaking, the status of the field of “mind-body” medicine and the role of psychosomatic therapies. The guests included two medical Continue Reading

Gratitude & Health

Enjoy this recent piece by my colleague in Southern California. Integrative Medicine and Dr. Andrew Weil § December 8th, 2011 § Filed under Notes from Don Ingwerson § Tagged Don Ingwerson, Dr. Andrew Weil, gratitude, healing, health care Leave a Comment- § 5 Comments Photo illustrated by James Continue Reading

Taking the High Road

Keith Allison

  As you know from a couple of my recent blogs, which ended in “Go Sox,” I am a Red Sox fan. This comes from having lived in Bostonfor a few years when I was working for The Christian Science Monitor. Of course, it’s hard to be a Red Sox fan right now. Continue Reading

True Safety

  Only a few days after 9/11 I needed to get on a plane and go somewhere to take care of business in a distant city. I did a lot of that in 2011 both before and after 9/11. The Albuquerque airport (my home port) was eerily quiet – we were all still shell-shocked and in mourning, and most Continue Reading

The Earth Will Help the Woman

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While listening to National Public Radio, BBC and other news outlets on this past Friday during a road trip, I was reminded how truly bizarre our world can sometimes feel. On one hand, there was the news about the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear emergencies in Japan. On the other, there was the Continue Reading