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Human Anatomy

Human Anatomy Lesson My pal Jeremy works at the Institute of Human Anatomy and is very knowledgable. He are some super fascinating videos of him talking about, the human brain, heart, kidney, biceps, intestines and stomach. After watching the part about Kidney stones, I pray I never ever get one. OUCH! Posted by Trevor Donovan on Friday, 15 November 2019

Abuse

Over the past few years, the way I used to look at society was challenged. What was most upsetting is the Jesus freaks. They were the worst. Where we as Christians are inspired to convey the good news of love and acceptance, people who suffered most and caused deep traumatic damage to the next generation through their behaviour and the hurtful practices and words that flow out of them like the amazon river in flood. These Jesus freaks in the name of Jesus try to hide everything and condemning everyone else to the judgement and sentence of hell. These people mostly from charismatic dominations: wealth, health and prosperity teaching, hanging on the lips of false teachers and preachers while t

What makes people happy

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Medical Hypnosis: You Are Getting Very Healthy – THE WALL STREET JOURNAL (By Melinda Beck)

On the mornings she undergoes chemotherapy, Jeanne Safer hypnotizes herself en route in the taxi. She starts by closing her eyes, then rolling them up to the top of her head and down, all the while breathing deeply. “As I’m doing that, I’m saying to myself, ‘This is a procedure that will save my life. I’m not going to fight it. I’m going to make it as easy on my body as possible,’ ” she says. On the mornings she undergoes chemotherapy, Jeanne Safer hypnotizes herself en route in the taxi. She starts by closing her eyes, then rolling them up to the top of her head and down, all the while breathing deeply. “As I’m doing that, I’m saying to myself, ‘This is a procedure that will save my life. I

Using Hypnosis to Gain More Control Over Your Illness as published by the New York Times

KIRSTEN RITCHIE, 44, is no stranger to surgery — nearly 20 years ago, doctors removed four tumors from her brain. She remembers the operation and its aftermath as “horrific.” So the news that she needed brain surgery again was hardly welcome. Determined to make her second operation a better — or at least less traumatic — experience, Ms. Ritchie, an insurance marketing representative in Cleveland, turned to an unusual treatment. At the Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Integrative Medicine, she had four hypnosis sessions in the month before her procedure, during which she addressed her fear of the coming surgery. She also practiced self-hypnosis every day. Eventually, she said, “I got to a place

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