This Week in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine: Healing Waters? Commentary on Two Experimental Studies and a Review of Homeopathy Research
Homeopathic remedies contain natural substances diluted in water, often many times over, to such low concentrations that there can be virtually no...
Part of being human is that maintaining happiness and well-being is difficult. We are too complex for a cut-and-dried answer to work. There have been broad trends, however, over the course of time. Devotion to God, the pursuit of reason, getting rich, going to a therapist—all the possible avenues for achieving happiness have been explored, and in modern society each solution remains open. No one is locked into another person’s way to find happiness.
Part II of the series on “The Energy That Heals”
Michael Sapiro, a former Buddhist monk, clinical psychologist, and meditation teacher, shares his own story of realization of the importance of self-love and self-care and how this can be especially true for those who serve others.
A Brief Overview of the World of Artificial Intelligence: How can it include the Concept of Consciousness?
Lauren Evanow, CHI Board Advisor, gives us an overview of artificial intelligence and what role it could play in the consciousness field.
Jan Phillips, an author and an artist, shares her experience of how creativity played a role in her healing journey.
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