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The following articles highlight a tool or an approach to help us in our journey towards healing and living in harmony with chronic disease.

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Recent Articles

Scott Ahlsmith

Journaling Our Journey

Reading Time: 2 min “For me, there have been times when the act of writing has been an act of faith, a spit in the eye of despair. Writing is not life, but I think that sometimes it can be a way back to life,” — Stephen King, American author, about his recovery from severe injuries suffered when hit by a van.

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Anne Fieldsend

Anne’s GPA Vasculitis Diagnosis — Part 1 of 2

Reading Time: 6 min Thinking back when I was in the midst of things, I didn’t just have ONE thing that doctors could pinpoint and diagnose, hence the delay. Indicators kept accumulating into a big pile of horrendously, painful symptoms that came together to make up GPA vasculitis.

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Scott Ahlsmith

Meeting Swami Rama

Reading Time: 3 min My Iowan mother often challenged me as I arrived home from school with, “what did you learn today?” Meeting Swami Rama that September night in 1970, taught me that the mechanics of our bodies can be controlled by the thoughts of our minds.

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Scott Ahlsmith

Become What You Perceive

Reading Time: 2 min This site’s content challenges the commonly held belief that we are either well or ill.  We can be both at the same time.  The distinction between sickness and health is not binary.

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