Chronic Pain Or Illness Category

Instant Pain Relief with Holistic approach

Breakthrough in Holistic Medicine... the Emotion Code. Probably you never heard of this method of Healing, but now you will be able to learn or even use for your own benefit.

Would you like to be Free of your Neck Pain, Back Pain, Leg Pain, Headaches, Shoulder Pain, even Teeth Pain or any other Acute and Chronic Pain ? or to clear Your Anxiety, Fear, Anger, Phobias, Depression, Grief, Shame, Abuse, Worry, etc.

 Trapped Emotions are the biggest underlying cause of all diseases and Pain.

Works for Animals Children and anybody who suffer from Pain or illness.

Just experience this Breakthrough Holistic approach to your pain and see the result for yourself .

Release a few Trapped Negative Emotions ... Your Pain is either reducted or completely GONE ! It takes 1/2 hr, or less time to do that. This is done by Muscle Testing, and it is 100 % accurate.Muscle Testing is the door to the Subconcious Mind where all informations are stored. The Subconcious Mind is the Devine Intelligence. W...

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Guided Meditation Gathering at Hillary House, Aurora Ont. Mar. 20th, 7:30pm

Please join us at Historic Hillary House in Aurora Ontario on Thursday, March 20th at 7:30 pm for a guided healing meditation, designed to correct your energy and allow you to manifest true health and prosperity on deep metaphysical levels. The program will be accompanied by relaxing meditation music, and will be presented from a Metaphysical Science Wellness approach. Everyone will benefit from the healing energy, no matter what their belief systems.

In this session, we will focus on the energy of the Spring Equinox, with its infinite potential for renewal and new beginnings. We will begin the session with a quick lesson on meditation, and finish with a question and answer period.

Please join meditation facilitator Tracy L. Cox, B. Msc., IMM, CIMM and tap into this energy at Hillary House, 15372 Yonge St. Aurora, Ontario.

Tickets: 20.00 per person

To purchase a ticket please email , or cash at the door. Please see our website at http://www.d...

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Healing Meditation for Chronic Illness

Join Rev. Tracy L. Cox, B. Msc. for a healing meditation designed to help and uplift people with chronic illness, or anyone that needs a dose of Positivity.  Rev. Tracy is a Pastoral and Spiritual Care Provider who is available in her Aurora Ontario Chapel, and worldwide by phone for one on one consultations designed to uplift and inspire.  Sliding scale for those in need.  More information on her website at , and the meditation is available below.  Connect to Source!



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What's in a Name

Along with talking about what is wrong with you, one of the common mistakes people make is giving their "vices" a name. Giving a name to something gives that "something" power. The "something" then becomes real in your subconscious mind. And this is the worst thing that can happen. It is certainly better to spend less time talking about our emotional or physical issues (unless doing so with EFT). It is better for us to meditatively ask for what is causing the issue to resolve (EFT, hypnosis , Reiki). Keep in mind, the minute we name the issue, it grows from a potentially small thing to a large issue. A good analogy would be the way that Hurricanes are named. While they are smaller tropical storms, they are never named. But once they are large enough, they are named and that is when all the damage happens. Same thing happens inside our minds-all the damage happens once we give something a name.

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Therapy dogs typically work with their owners in hospitals, nursing homes, schools and rehabilitation centers. They play with abused children, give affection to the elderly, help the critically ill to laugh and forget their pain for a while, and sometimes provide a warm lick to wipe the tears away.

In many cases, the presence of dogs provides a sense of normalcy and reassurance to troubled individuals. One of the reasons therapy dogs can be so helpful is their ability to give unconditional love and comfort. Acceptance and non-judgment are perhaps the two most important gifts that these animals can offer. To these dogs we are “perfect” just the way we are. During more than 20 years of private practice working with alcoholics and their families, I have seen the toll that active addiction takes on an individual’s self-esteem and the family’s sense of safety and trust. Shame, guilt, secrecy and hopelessness create a fertile ground for self-loathing, despair and an ...

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A controversial - some say better - way to treat heroin addiction: Let addicts keep using

Long-time heroin addicts who get supervised doses of the drug seem to stay in addiction treatment longer and have less criminal activity than similar addicts who get conventional methadone treatment. That’s the finding of a randomized controlled trial published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine. Researchers from two Canadian cities, Vancouver and Montreal, gave diacetylmorphine (heroin’s active ingredient) to 115 addicts and methadone to 111. While two thirds of the heroin group showed a decrease in outside illicit drug use and criminal behavior, in the methadone group less than half did.

What’s the point of addiction treatment if the addicts don’t actually quit?Every user enrolled in the trial had to be at least 25 years old and a heroin user for at least five years. They also had to have failed to kick the habit in treatment programs at least twice before, including once in a methadone-treatment program. In short, these were people who had stru...

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Non-Opioid Pain Treatments for Those with an Opioid Addiction

Patients with substance abuse issues can be treated for pain in a variety of ways that don’t involve opioids, says Sean Mackey, MD, PhD, Chief of the Pain Management Division at Stanford University and Associate Professor of Anesthesia and Pain Management. “A multidisciplinary approach is needed to treat patients in pain who have substance abuse issues,” he says.

There are non-opioid drugs such as anti-epileptic drugs, antidepressants and anti-arrthythmic drugs, which can be effective in treating pain, Dr. Mackey says.

Patients can also be treated with psychological therapies, as well as physical and occupational therapy, he says. Many patients, however, do not receive a multidisciplinary approach to treating chronic pain because it generally requires the resources of an academic medical center. “Doctors who are treating patients without these resources need to collaborate with others who have the knowledge they don’t, either in addiction medicine or pai...

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As headlines about opioids focus on misuse of the drugs, physicians who treat patients with chronic pain are grappling with how to deal with opioid dependence. At the recent American Psychiatric Association meeting, pain specialists said that treating patients in pain who are dependent on opioids involves a delicate balance between managing pain relief and risk of drug abuse.

“One of the challenges is that we don’t have good estimates of how common it is for chronic pain patients to develop problematic opioid use” says Jennifer Potter, PhD, MPH, in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. “The vast majority of people with chronic pain do not go on to develop an opioid addiction, so it’s important for patients to understand that if this medication benefits you, it’s not necessarily a concern. We can’t let our response to the rise in prescription drug abuse to be denying access to all people i...

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Musicians and Actors Sober Addictions Coaching

You love the party lifestyle but now it is has gotten out of hand. It is affecting you professionally and personally. The paparazzi can be quite unforgiving by posting negative pictures, negative comments and stories about a bad night on the town or a botched performance. Your agent wants you to go to rehab for a month, but you don’t want to. Maybe you are in the middle of a tour or filming for a movie and can’t take the time away from your busy life to check into a treatment program. Maybe you simply don’t want to go. Maybe you went and didn’t like it or it didn’t work for you.

The one thing you do know is that you are tired of feeling like this. You feel helpless, hopeless and frustrated. You need a pill, a fix, a drink, anything to keep you going. Life has become unbearable and unmanageable. You can’t be ‘on’ all the time anymore without a drug or drink and your hectic lifestyle keeps you constantly going. Your personal life maybe in ...

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The Molecular Weight of Secrets...

May 9, 2013

It is a beautiful Spring day in Portland, Oregon. I turn in my chair to look out the big skylight in my office. A stately dark green Maple tree is perfectly framed. Honey bees are busy visiting the small cream-colored flowers. The sky is that color of blue that reminds me of the sea above a shallow coral reef. I check in with my heart. My heart checks in with me. The clear message is that I want to go for a walk. I have a lot of work to do in the office. My heart wins. I put on my coat. I open the door. I start walking.

Though it is still early morning, the sidewalks are quickly filling up with others who are similarly drawn to the cool the lilac small butterflies. They are walking.

One of the benefits and accompanying drawbacks of being a therapist, is that I find myself extending my emotional self to people I do not know. Simply put, I want to know how their day is going. I want to know what their stories might be. It is an interesting, genuine, an...

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