Messages about health

David R. Hamilton PhD

OK! Aside from the obvious – it keeps us alive – breathing actually has some hidden medical benefits that few people know about. I spoke at an event at the weekend called Tapping Into the Source of Wellbeing, organised by my friend Gosia Gorna.

David R. Hamilton PhD

A recent 2-year study at the University of Michigan followed 6,044 people who were over the age of 50. At the beginning of the study they had to rate their optimism level on a 16-point scale. They found that for each extra 1 point of optimism on the scale, the risk of a stroke dropped by 9%. Three points and that’s nearly a 30% lower risk. Incredible!

Dr. Judith Orloff

Your body is programmed for survival. Heeding early warnings protects your health.  Familiarize yourself with how your body speaks to you. It wants you to be well. It will tell you if you are not. Hippocrates wrote over two thousand years ago, "There is a measure of conscious thought throughout the body." This is practical wisdom you can live by.

Michelle Coutant

Michelle Coutant > Last Michelle Coutant's Message

"Michelle sent this message to us during the night of the 18th of June (European time). We've just got the news that she passed away only a few hours later. We are sure she is now happy and full of light, enjoying the presence of her beloved Archangel Michael and the Ascended Masters, yet she will be missed. We thank her with all our heart for her loving and supportive messages, and for her kind gentle energy".

Shelly Dressel

Goddess Light > Sananda Star Energies Healing

This channel took place on the eve of the full moon in Wesak. For those of you who are not familiar with this, Wesak is a festival that takes place yearly and is about the blending of Buddha and Jesus as they return to the earth to assist in bringing in more light. This traditionally takes place in ‘Shamballa’ – Sananda used this name for place also known as ‘Shambrahla’ or ‘Shangrilla’ but the conscious experience can take place anywhere. This is an opportunity for you to truly expand your conscious awareness and your light.

David R. Hamilton PhD

When we think of side effects the first thing that springs to mind are the side effects of drugs. But who’d have thought that kindness could have side effects too? Well, it does! And positive ones at that.

Lauren C. Gorgo

If I may still indulge in polarity for a moment, I have what feels like very good news and very bad news.  The good news is that I have been told that this month is the month that the frontrunners of new-human consciousness complete the upgrade to the new-human prototype, the final transformation into mind/body/soul integrated existence.

David R. Hamilton PhD

The US National Longitudinal Mortality Study (NLMS) involving 281,460 men and women over 45 years of age it found that marriage was associated with a much lower risk of mortality than being single. Similarly, the British Regional Heart Study of 1995, that involved 7,735 men aged 40-59, found that being single was associated with a higher risk of mortality. However, it is not marriage itself that offers the health benefits. It is the quality of relationship within the marriage that counts. A happy marriage translates to a happy heart.

Rev. Angela Peregoff

Our body is really the product of our thoughts. We're beginning to understand in medical science the degree to which the nature of thoughts and emotions actually determines the physical substance and structure and function of our bodies. If our entire bodies are replaced within a few years, as science has proven, then how can it be that degeneration or illness remain in our bodies for years? It can only be held there by thought, by observation of illness, and by the attention given to the illness.

Sonia Barrett

Sonia Barrett > The Marketing of Breast Cancer

Note: Although much of this analysis might appear to be more Western world related, it all trickles into other cultures. The Western world has tremendous influence on the rest of the world, from extreme subtlety to the extremely obvious. Please note that when I decided to write this article I had no knowledge that this was the month for breast cancer awareness. Food for thought!

Dr. Judith Orloff

For over twenty years as physician, I’ve witnessed, time and again, the healing power of tears. Tears are your body’s release valve for stress, sadness, grief, anxiety, and frustration. Also, you can have tears of joy, say when a child is born or tears of relief when a difficulty has passed. In my own life, I am grateful when I can cry. It feels cleansing, a way to purge pent up emotions so they don’t lodge in my body as stress symptoms such as fatigue or pain. To stay healthy and release stress, I encourage my patients to cry. For both men and women, tears are a sign of courage, strength, and authenticity.

Cheryl Richardson

Last week I shared some of the lessons I learned during Geneen Roth’s web retreat (author of Women Food and God).  This week, I thought I

Sarah Biermann

Osiris was known as the Dying God, the God of the Dead and ruler of the Underworld. He was killed by his brother Set and magically brought back to life by his sister/wife Isis. Thus he is the God of Resurrection. When a dead Pharaoh was prepared for eternal life the priests believed that they made the Pharaoh one with Osiris. Thus the Pharaoh would be resurrected into spiritual life with Osiris. By the way, the ritual preparation of the body lasted for the length of time that the star Sirius was thought to be in the underworld (not scene in the night sky).

Lauren C. Gorgo

Many of us have been going thru a sincere rough patch the last couple of weeks...well, really this has been in varying degrees since the equinox...but the last 2 weeks have been especially unkind.  In light of the many emails I have been receiving about this exceptionally gooey and physically taxing integration period, I decided to call on the support of the unseens to answer a particularly heartfelt question that I feel many would benefit from.

Cheryl Richardson

Yesterday I had the honor of teaching with Dr. Christiane Northrup during a day of self-care and healing for women in Boston, MA. I use the word "honor" because I consider Dr. Northrup to be a brave pioneer in the field of women's health - someone who's been willing to rock the boat, speak the truth, and stand up for what women really need to know to live fully empowered, healthy lives.