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Fostering Warmth

Fostering Warmth

Author: Elizabeth Sustick

Whenever we feel vulnerable and stressed, warmth can support us in our need to meet life’s challenges of continual growth and transformation. Contemporary research demonstrates that strong warmth processes allow us to feel comfortable and capable in our body and in our environment; warmth nourishes our relationship with ourselves and with others.

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Change your Habits, Change your Health

Change your Habits, Change your Health

Author: Walter Alexander Interviews Dean Ornish

I’m always looking for ways that we can use the experience of suffering as a doorway or a catalyst for transforming people’s lives.

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Balancing the Astral Body

Balancing the Astral Body

Author: Catherine Ferrera, Elizabeth Sustick, Adam Blanning

In today’s world, it is easy to become worn down. This comes as a natural consequence of the activity of the astral body, which becomes “hyperactive” because there is so much demanding our attention today

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Insights on Autism

Insights on Autism

Author: Lilipoh interviews Mark Allen, MD

“The statistics are dramatic: within a decade or so, more than 500,000 children diagnosed with autism will enter adulthood. …there is an epidemic of these children who are not incarnating typically, and we are all still learning about their gifts and challenges.”

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Long-term survival of a patient with an inoperable thymic neuroendocrine tumor stage IIIa under sole treatment with Viscum album extract

Long-term survival of a patient with an inoperable thymic neuroendocrine tumor stage IIIa under sole treatment with Viscum album extract

Author: María Reynel, Yván Villegas, Paul G. Werthmann, Helmut Kiene, Gunver S. Kienle

Thymic neuroendocrine tumor (TNET) is an exceedingly uncommon primary thymic neoplasm with neuroendocrine differentiation [5% of all thymic tumors and 0.4% of all neuroendocrine tumors (NETs); 0.2 cases per million in the United States] that generally presents as a mass within the anterior mediastinum

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