Monday, April 22, 2019

Healing Words

The Healing Power of Sunlight

Thumbnail image for The Healing Power of Sunlight by Mark Ament 12 April 2010

Some doctors are calling sunlight, “the medical discovery of the century.” In the 2007 book, “Your Best Health Under the Sun,” Jon Herring and Al Sears, M.D. reveal research that shows how millions of people can be cured from chronic diseases simply by getting enough sunlight. According to their work some 600,000 cases of breast […]

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My Reflections on The Sweat Lodge Tragedy

Thumbnail image for My Reflections on The Sweat Lodge Tragedy by Mark Ament 28 January 2010

Today a friend asked me what I thought about “Sweat Lodges.”  After my lengthy reply, he said that more people should hear about this and that I should put it on my site.   So here I am, finally writing a post that’s been on my mind for months. Over the years I’ve participated in […]

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Wisdom Bite #8: What Is Love Anyway?

Thumbnail image for Wisdom Bite #8: What Is Love Anyway? by Mark Ament 10 January 2010

Osho once said something like “Love is the only mystery there is.”     I agree we don’t know where it comes from, why it’s there or really what it is. We won’t unravel that mystery here, but today I am wondering what I mean when I say “I love you” to someone.  Is it […]

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The Most Toxic ‘Food’ You Can Eat

Thumbnail image for The Most Toxic ‘Food’ You Can Eat by Mark Ament 4 December 2009

A subscriber to this newsletter recently asked me to write about some of the health hazards of refined sugar.    I’m very happy to do that.   Because if you only make one improvement to your diet this year, I hope it is to replace refined sugar with raw food sweeteners. If you do, I can guarantee […]

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I’m Sorry, I Love You — by Dr. Joe Vitale

Thumbnail image for I’m Sorry, I Love You — by Dr. Joe Vitale by Mark Ament 2 December 2009

Two years ago, I heard about a therapist in Hawaii who cured a complete ward of criminally insane patients – without ever seeing any of them. The psychologist would study an inmate’s chart and then look within himself to see how he created that person’s illness. As he improved himself, the patient improved. When I first […]

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