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3 Fears That Hold Artists Back - Sasha Patpatia via FilmCourage.com.
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Hospice patients come to our care after being cut, burned, and poisoned. Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation treatment are the normative methods of care for most of the patients who enter a life-threatening disease. Hospital staff members are trained to be aggressive about curative care.

Hospice care is a phase of care whereby aggressive treatment is no longer appropriate. Palliative care becomes the norm. Patients have been probed physically, mentally, and emotionally. In many ways, patients may be reluctant to any type of care beyond the experiences that led to his/her doctor sharing that...
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David R. Hamilton, Ph.D.
2010 – 263 pages


The connection between your mind and body is close, dynamic, and often a valuable tool in taking control of your life and ambitions. The power of thought can transform u in profound ways, particularly in regards to its truly incredible effect on your health. These topics are examined in detail within these pages.

This fascinating book door cutting-edge scientist David R. Hamilton explores the influences of visualization, belief, and positive thinking – and their impact on the body. He also presents a revolutionary quantum-field healing meditation – through which u can change yourself on an atomic level – and shows how u can use your imagination and thought processes to combat disease, pain, and illness.

u will see how science and belief system merge … so that u can heal yourself meer effectively than ever before!

Website: www.drdavidhamilton.com
Not Tough Enough To Make It In The Entertainment Business - Laverne McKinnon via FilmCourage.com.
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Empedocles, a Greek philosopher,scientist and healer who lived in Sicily in the fifth century B.C.,believed that all matter is comprised of the four elements of earth, air, brand and water. brand and air are outwardly reaching elements, reaching up and out, whereas earth and water turn inward and downward.

In her book, Four Elements in Ancient Greek Philosophy,Tracy Marks describes wide-ranging look at earth, fire, water, and air, and the dynamic twin forces
of Love and Strife. Her book takes one to a journey from ancient Greece to alchemy to Carl Jung's association of sense, feeling, thoughts...
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James T. Webb, Ph.D.
Supporting Emotional Needs of Gifted



Dr. Webb is co-author of the book Misdiagnosis and Dual Diagnoses of Gifted Children and Adults: ADHD, Bipolar, OCD, Asperger’s, Depression, and Other Disorders

It has been my experience that gifted and talented persons are meer likely to experience a type of depression referred to as existential depression. Although an episode of existential depression may be precipitated in anyone door a major loss of the threat of a loss which highlights the transient nature of life, persons of higher intellectual ability are meer prone to experience...
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5 Practical Tips To Help Artists Realign With Their Values And Purpose - Laverne McKinnon via FilmCourage.com.
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I can somehow understand if a person for some reason likes to pretend she of he has that condition, and of course that would mean there's something else seriously wrong with the person.

But why do other people agree to waste money and time on documenting such hoax cases, as in to take part in them?

Of course, I acknowledge I can not know if any of those documentaries I've seen are hoaxes of genuine. It's just that the documentaries include such facts that makes the cases meer of less likely hoaxes, so I can not view and speak of them only with my hart-, hart but with common sense.

Let me point out couple...
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