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Inner AwarenessBy Jaime Licauco
During the last 20 years, there were many alternative methods that emerged, each with its own set of adherents, disciples and promoters. The sheer variety of such methods or modalities make it difficult for the average person to understand, much less to choose which one is best for him or her.
Inner AwarenessBy Jaime Licauco
“The mind holds no clinical significance in today’s modern medical practice,” laments Dr. Bernie Siegel in his pioneering book “Peace, Love and Healing.” In fact the mind is completely ignored by most physicians in the treatment of disease.
Roots and WingsBy Cathy Babao-Guballa
At the start of the semester, there is one lesson that I try to drill into my student’s heads—the fallacy that time heals all wounds. Time doesn’t, I tell them. Rather, it is what we do with the time that heals the wounds.
The age of Aquarius Center begins its series on Alternative Holistic Healing lectures with “Ayurveda: Healing Foods” on Aug. 18, 2-6 p.m., at 98 Matatag St., Quezon City, and “Homeopathy: Alternative Healing Medicines for Various Complaints” on Aug. 26, same time and venue.
By Fr. Tito Caluag
One of the most common and yet profoundly humbling requests we get as priests are requests for prayers. It is even more humbling when the request for prayers is for the healing of someone.
By Lia S. Bernardo
There are stories you keep to yourself; however, there are those you wish to share with anyone who will listen. I share this story with you now. This is a story of healing, and as with any healing experience, it is nothing short of a miracle. This is why I feel compelled to share it.
Inner AwarenessBy Jaime T. Licauco
I believe that any discussion about mystical and paranormal happenings in the Philippines will not be complete without mentioning the most sensational and controversial form of faith healing, which can only be found in the Philippines—namely, bare-handed psychic surgery.
Purely PersonalBy Josephine Darang
It came as a surprise to Rev. Fr. Mario Ladra, parish priest of San Lorenzo Ruiz Church in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan, that “Straight from the Heart,” the prayer book he put together in 2007, would produce miracles for people who pray from the book incessantly.
By Bibsy M. Carballo
As writer, director, teacher and diver, Marilou Diaz-Abaya has never failed to astound. On every occasion where we have had the privilege to observe her, she has always revealed something new in her persona. We come home from the book launch of her latest project, “Reefs of Paradise, a Divine Gallery,” feeling blessed, discerning a holiness, a oneness with the Superior Being we have never yet experienced especially under such circumstances.
By Ma. Ceres P. Doyo
At three o’clock in the morning, while the world sleeps, troubled souls rouse this priest to relay important messages or confess their sins so they can move on gently and finally to eternity. The otherworldly messengers include Navy officer Phillip Pestaño who came back to tell the world that his death was not a suicide [...]
You could say this woman is “tough as leather,” the material she uses to accent her internationally acclaimed Cora Jacobs handbags made of native palm. With her international experience in designing for the great fashion houses of Yves Saint Laurent, Christian Dior and Givenchy, she has become known as the pioneer of Philippine handbag design. [...]