To MENS SANA IN CORPORE SANA, a sound mind in a sound body

by Antony J. Edwards Naturopathy teaches us that the human body is capable of maintaining immunity from disease by the application of certain rules, namely, right diet, right exercise, and right mental attitude. Unfortunately, with the need to feed more people necessitating an increase in food production, our basic foods have become contaminated – hence … Read more

Arthritis-Hypnosis Connection

by Paul Gustafson RN BSN CH Did you know that we all have the ability to enhance self-healing, increase comfort and improve nutrition, exercise, communication and flexibility? This article explains clinical hypnosis and how it can bring relief to clients suffering from arthritis. Hypnosis is easy to learn, you can do it on your … Read more

Surgical Hypnosis

by Paul Gustafson RN BSN When people set aside the usual myths and misconceptions associated with hypnosis good things usually happen. Recently, hypnosis has been getting some positive national exposure increasing the publics general awareness of its health related benefits and its role as an increasingly popular frontline holistic healer. Hypnosis is non-invasive, soothing … Read more

Healing Emotionally and Physically from the Inside Out

By Linda Simmon, C.Ht. More and more doctors now realize that hypnosis is powerful medicine. Why this is and how it happens is still something of a mystery, but science is proving that hypnosis can improve your health in amazing ways. It can help relieve pain, make breathing easier for people with respiratory illnesses, … Read more

Mind Over Menopause

By Zoilita Grant MS. Approximately 1,600,000 women enter menopause each year. Many of these women experience a variety of different uncomfortable symptoms. Even for those who are free of troubling symptoms, this is an important transition time that requires changes in attitudes that match the changes taking place within the body. All women need … Read more

Hypnosis in the hospital

by Paul Gustafson RN BSN Did you know that Americans spend as much out-of-pocket for complimentary healthcare as they do for inpatient hospitalizations? The Eisenberg studies of 1991 and 1997 revealed that people are searching for alternatives and don’t mind paying for it. The authoritarian approach to western medicine assumes that health and wellness … Read more