Mind-Body-Spirit Articles

The Vitalistic Healing Model

The modern vitalistic principle was introduced in the nineteenth century when Johann Friedrich Blumenbach (1752–1840) maintained that there is an “innate” impulse in living creatures toward self-development. This principle of vitalism holds that life...

The World According to New-Edge Science

What does science say about this mind-over-matter stuff? That depends upon which science you ask. The science of conventional medicine tries to reassure us that none of the healing phenomena we describe in our book, Spontaneous Evolution,...

Too Hot to Handle

Imagine that you forget: That the coffee was made with boiling water. That the tea kettle just came off the burner. That the car radiator fluid was boiling as you removed the cap. How long before you remove your hand from the source of the...

Also labeled: Author Kevin Hinton, Issue #23

Traditional Healing, Modern Science

If you want to understand why ancient healing methods work, look to humankind’s most modern science: quantum physics. Wave-particle duality, the properties of electromagnetic fields, the holographic effect, the impact of the observer—these dis...

Uncovering the Biology of Belief

The following excerpts are taken from several of Bruce Lipton’s articles. His ground-breaking theories and the ability to relate them to chiropractic are worth reading all of his articles in their entirety. Recent advances in c...

We Are Simply Light

An excerpt from the book, The Breakthrough Experience I’m amazed by the number of people I meet every week who believe that they will one day get to perfection, instead of acknowledging that there already is perfection. They have the...

What Do You Expect?

A busy road near my home is under construction right now. I travel this way twice every day, but yesterday I noticed a sign I hadn’t seen before. It said, “New Lane Configurations— Expect Delays.” This didn’t seem strange to me at first, but as I...

What is Sensory Processing Disorder?

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder resulting from the brain’s inability to integrate everyday sensory information received from the five senses: touch, vision, sound, smell, and taste. In addition to the...

<< Start < 1 3 Next > End >>