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Curious: What Does Spiritual Awakening Look Like?

Joel Solomon Goldsmith (March 10, 1892 – June 17, 1964) Christian Science is a very potent spiritual process. This man was introduced to it when his father was healed by a Christian Science practitioner in London. Goldsmith’s stated that the … Continue reading

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How to Turn the Christmas Movie Format on Its Head

The Noel Diary (2022) This TV movie is presently on Netflix (it premiered yesterday). As you may know, I’m a little bit jaded with the Hallmark Christmas shows, so this one is a bit of a pleasant surprise. The themes … Continue reading

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Health Update: I’ve Started Taking Insulin at Mealtime

Admelog (March 24, 2022) It had to happen sooner or later, since up until now I only had a slow acting insulin (Levemir) taken just before bedtime. But why now? As chance would have it, I watched a YouTube video … Continue reading

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Still Learning How to Ride the Rollercoaster of Life

Adele Adkins (May 5, 1988) Like the rest of the known North American world, we watched “Adele: One Night Only” last night. At many levels, it was a revelation, especially the Oprah interview parts. At one point Oprah raised the … Continue reading

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Is It Time to Rewire the Brain?

Neuroplasticity Watching the CBC’s “Nature of Things” last night, I was amazed at the healing improvements for most of the people featured in the program. But it’s not a new idea, I’ve even hinted at it before, here. The two … Continue reading

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Hypnotherapy: How to Come to Terms with Bulimia

An English Rose To protect the identity of my most important hypnotherapy client from 1991, I shall be using this euphemism. And by all accounts, it is an apt description. But she had a late teenage coping mechanism well into … Continue reading

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It’s Like “Northern Exposure” but Without the Humour

Virgin River We starting binge-watching this series on Netflix last night. Almost immediately I got the “Northern Exposure” vibe. But, to be honest, this one is more like a Hallmark movie. The mountains in the background weren’t fooling me: the … Continue reading

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Meet the New Vice-President-Elect

Kamala Harris (October 20, 1964) It’s been a long road since I first predicted that Kamala Harris could become the 46th President of the United States of America. Gender, racial and political biases derailed her attempt, as well as an … Continue reading

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Are These Two Connected? Calle Thought So.

I don’t know about you, but sometimes things surprise me. I wrote about Marcus Aurelius quite a while back. Not sure, now, why I did that. Perhaps for this reason: ‘Who are you? Where do you come from?’ A smile … Continue reading

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Spiritually, There’s No Denying Evolution

The Shack (2017) Having read the book years ago, I never got around to seeing this film, until last night, on Netflix. Of course, I’d seen the promo videos, but they gloss over the important stuff. Essentially, this is a … Continue reading

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