The study, published in the journal Addiction on Thursday, found an association between alcohol consumption and cancers in seven sites of the body: the oropharynx, larynx, esophagus, liver, colon, rectum, and female breast. The strongest link was between alcohol and cancers of the mouth and throat. Continue Reading →
William LePar’s spiritual source, The Council, talked about life after death in our research and study groups for more than three years. Also, in 1985, while in the hospital for routine tests, Mr. LePar experienced an NDE (near death experience). Over the next several postings I would like to share with you insight that The Council gave along with recently transcribed recordings of Mr. LePar’s experiences on the other side of the veil. This is the first in the series. I believe that what Mr. LePar tells us in the following is as important as anything that I will post in the future. This offers us solid information to ease our transition to our spiritual reality. Continue Reading →
The herb belongs to the genus Artemisia. It’s more commonly called wormwood. For centuries, its bitter taste and medicinal properties have been in use to assist digestion, de-worming, a remedy for jaundice or dropsy and even gout or flatulence. It’s also utilized as the key ingredient in vermouth and absinthe. This perennial, which is sometimes considered a noxious weed, is growing in importance as a cancer fighting compound. Today, even the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center reports, “Artemisia prevented cancer cells from dividing in laboratory studies but clinical trials have not been conducted to support this.” Continue Reading →
Surrendering thoughts that are not of God means surrendering thoughts that are not of love. Each of us has a spiritual immune system—a system that exists to heal the injured psyche just as the physical immune system heals the physical body—but it takes conscious effort to activate its power. It’s not always easy to surrender our lovelessness, especially when we’re in emotional pain. Yet in order to heal, we must. Spiritual healing is work in the sense that it isn’t passive, but active. It is a medicine we co-create with God.
This medicine is a miracle. It is a shift from primary identification with the suffering self to identification with the spiritual self. Continue Reading →