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Written by Written on: Monday, 03 November 2014 Published in Spirit Read 64 times
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Interestingly enough, the Inca healing legacy is still very much alive throughout Latin America. The healing traditions have been maintained, and in particular, Bolivia and Peru have more healers than doctors in some of their state-run hospitals. People from the indigenous populations of society place more trust on healers than doctors. Healing is a cultural tradition that could not be easily exported to other countries.

Written by Written on: Monday, 03 November 2014 Published in Psychic Love Advice Read 161 times
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"To err is human; to forgive, divine."  Alexander Pope

At some point in our lives most of us have been wronged, betrayed, lied to or hurt by another. It is very difficult in this imperfect word full of imperfect people not to be on the receiving end of some injustice. Obviously there are degrees of hurt depending on the circumstances, from someone not inviting you to a party, to the betrayal and deep hurt that comes from someone you have loved for years cheating on you or leaving you.

Written by Written on: Monday, 03 November 2014 Published in Psychic Love Advice Read 0 times
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"To err is human; to forgive, divine."  Alexander Pope

At some point in our lives most of us have been wronged, betrayed, lied to or hurt by another. It is very difficult in this imperfect word full of imperfect people not to be on the receiving end of some injustice. Obviously there are degrees of hurt depending on the circumstances, from someone not inviting you to a party, to the betrayal and deep hurt that comes from someone you have loved for years cheating on you or leaving you.

Written by Written on: Wednesday, 01 October 2014 Published in Energy Universe Read 61 times
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Its no secret that a large segment of todays population feel completely alienated and disconnected from the idea of politics. For most of us, politics is associated with stuffy old men in suits pontificating in parliament, removed from the everyday concerns of ordinary people. It’s a world where promises are easily made and just as easily broken. Its easy to to simply wish a plague on all their houses, and retreat back into worries of everyday life - paying rent, looking after the kids etc. Yet, as much as we might try and retreat, we cant ignore that many problems of the world that do have a direct impact on our life - global warming, environmental degradation, growing economic inequality, war, crime and job insecurity - just to name a few. These problems can seem too big and complex for any one individual to resolve. We know that politicians are doing a terrible job at handling it, but we don’t feel any sense of our own power to change the situation. What can we do other than distract ourselves in the everyday concerns of life and hope for the best?

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