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More than just hope is available: Improved mental health is found through greater spiritual awareness
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Got pain? Piece of cake. Just listen to Ellen DeGeneres or Jerry Seinfeld. I know. Sounds crazy. But … Recent revelations about the placebo effect, and studies showing that distractions help relieve pain, are revealing that health is more mind-based than has been previously acknowledged.
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Marine Lance Corporal Carlos Lozano drops from a helicopter during a simulated raid, confronts mock Afghan villagers, and is rocked by loud explosions. Then, obeying orders, he sits silently and
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The yardman’s heartfelt caring touched me. It served as the catalyst I needed to prayerfully conquer pain.
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The spiritual identity of animals allows them to love and to respond to love
Recently, under darkness of night, members of a Wildlife SOS team, devoted to protecting animals in India, approached a cruelly confined elephant. Cavan Sieczkowski, in a HuffingtonPost article, wrote of the rescue attempt in India, “For 50 years, Raju the elephant was abused, held shackled in spiked chains and forced to live off scraps from passing tourists.” The rescue team, armed with fruit, spoke softly to Raju and reassured him that th...
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You're Healed. Need more?
I couldn’t hide it. My grimace gave it away. “Looks like a torn rotator cuff,” my neighbor said to me last Friday.I’d reached out to pet his dog, but pain had stopped me before I could raise my arm even an inch.At that moment, although I didn’t have a physician’s diagnosis, I knew it was time to receive treatment. So, I made a call. I phoned a friend, a fellow Christian Science practitioner, and asked for prayerful help.“You did what?” You might ...
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I thought, perhaps, the noise of the propellers made it difficult to hear. “What?” I asked again. He repeated softly, “Secret Service.”
Marine Lance Corporal Carlos Lozano drops from a helicopter during a simulated raid, confronts mock Afghan villagers, and is rocked by loud explosions. Then, obeying orders, he sits silently and stares at his boots. The Marine isn't happy about stopping to meditate. But it just might be for his ...
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Time alone can be used for reflection and prayer to regenerate one's self.  My latest piece in the Oregonian.
Spending time alone with the Divine can bring healing ; ; ;(c)Glowimages models used for illustration purposes only ; As a tween I was enthralled with the story of Sam Gribley, a boy who left his home in New York...
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"Physicians have twice the risk of #suicide of general population"
Recently, Kenneth Pargament, PhD, shared troubling facts about the lives of health care providers: 45.8 percent of physicians report at least one symptom of burnout; highest rate among those involved in frontline care (Shanafelt, 2012) Physicians have twice the risk of suicide of general population Each year, it would take the equivalent of 1 to 2 average size graduating classes of medical school to replace the number of physicians who kill ...
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You have a selfhood that is worthy of profound respect.
Turn the clock back to ’69. All the teams were seated around the infield of the Little League Baseball field. My twin brother, Kevin, and I were decked out in our uniforms, sitting and laughing in our team’s cluster between the pitcher’s mound and third base. It was All-Star selection day. My heart raced in anticipation. The league was made up of ten, eleven, and twelve year olds. Kevin and I were twelve. The names of the selected pla...
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Thanks you for sharing this talk with the world, Lisa. It will bless many. Love is certainly the fabric of your relationships and all existence.
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Syndicated Columnist - legislative advocate for spiritual healing - Christian Science practitioner and teacher.
Introduction

I was a spiritual thinker as well as the slowest 12 year-old-pitcher in baseball in '69.

Fortunately, my pitching delivery didn’t disqualify me from managing several teams when my stepsons joined Little League Baseball in '99 or keep me from searching for the connections between thought, spirituality, and health.

After baseball and before I married my beautiful wife, Joanne, I toured with the Austin, Texas, musical group, The Wommack Brothers Band. Our band performed with greats like JourneyElvis Costello, and Stevie Ray Vaughan. It’s been said that I was quicker with my guitar than I was with my fastball.

After music, I began healing others in my spiritual/prayerful practice of Christian Science. Again, I was on the road. I gave talks in universities, libraries, prisons, hospitals, and churches throughout America, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. These events focused on health and spirituality, and an occasional card trick.

After lecturing, I began to write. My columns became a mixture of baseball, music, and the new frontiers of health.

Besides continuing to take care of patients in my healing practice, I am now a syndicated columnist. My work can be seen in several leading newspapers across the country including the Houston ChronicleThe Washington Post, and the Hawaii Reporter. I also teach a yearly class instructing others how to heal spiritually.