Depression, Low-Blood Sugar and Allergies By Doug Setter

How much of depression is biochemical? How much is psychological?

Well, the mind can effect the biochemistry of the body and vice versa. In her book, Seven Weeks to Sobriety, researcher, Dr. Joan Mathews Larson describes the frequency that hypoglycemics experience certain symptoms: Continue reading “Depression, Low-Blood Sugar and Allergies By Doug Setter”

What If You Could Control An Illness With Your Mind? By Nicole Lawler

Most people are very well-aware of the power of suggestion. There is scientific proof that we have the potential to use our minds to heal us of illness. What was once considered pseudoscience is no longer. An example of this is the placebo effect.

As stated in an article from Harvard Men’s Health Watch called The Power of the Placebo Effect, “Your mind can be a powerful healing tool when given the chance. The idea that your brain can convince your body a fake treatment is the real thing – the so-called placebo effect – and thus stimulate healing has been around for millennia. Now science has found that under the right circumstances, a placebo can be just as effective as traditional treatments.” So in essence, the placebo forms the suggestion that the body can heal, which then creates the intention for the body to heal itself. And everything that we experience in life begins first with an intention. Continue reading “What If You Could Control An Illness With Your Mind? By Nicole Lawler”

Internal Dialogue V Conscious-Unconscious Dialogue by Peter J Wright

Arguably they could be one and the same – and yet to my mind – Internal dialogue is much more associated with the way we talk to ourselves on the inside; sometimes actually have audible conversations; very often presenting as the ‘second’ and every subsequent point of view; and of course that damning, “critical” voice. Continue reading “Internal Dialogue V Conscious-Unconscious Dialogue by Peter J Wright”