About the BloggerJeff Maziarek is an inspirational speaker and author. His first book, Spirituality Simplified, is an easy-to-understand and entertaining work that provides an ideal starting point for anyone with a sincere desire to pursue a path of personal and/or spiritual growth.
Jeff's second book, Codi's Journey (2011), is a memoir about his beloved Border Collie who passed away in 2005. Both books are available in both print and eBook formats through Amazon.com. For more information about these books visit Spiritsimple.com.com and Codipup.com.
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Category Archives: Alternative Healing
As indicated in many posts on this blog, I have an avid interest in alternative healing modalities that keeps me reading and learning as much as I can. Over the past 20 years, I’ve used some homeopathic remedies at the … Continue reading
The myriad of different personal/spiritual growth books and self-help programs available today all concur on at least one primary tenet – that our thoughts are far more powerful than we realize. Thoughts do indeed have the ability to create form, … Continue reading
Healing Related Quotes These two passages are from a book called Potentiate Your DNA by Sol Luckman. I have found this to be a fascinating work, one that presents a solid case for the position that it’s time for the … Continue reading
“Whereas placebos have no side effects, the same cannot be said for prescription drugs. According to the JAMA, some 250,000 people die each year from the negative effects of drugs, unnecessary surgeries, infections they pick up in hospitals, and other … Continue reading
“Prevention is the best medicine, and it’s also the best form of health insurance: by investing in fresh, organically grown foods, we can prevent illness. Food is medicine as well. Chemical treatments for illnesses can harm us, which may make … Continue reading
Note: This is quite a lengthy post containing some material that is pretty far out there on the metaphysical curve. As such, I encourage you to keep an open mind as you read it, because in the end the path … Continue reading
According to Dinshahhealth.org, color therapy dates back to antiquity but came into a more modern form in the mid-1800s. Though the electric light was not yet invented, their utilization of sunlight and glass filters served as efficiently as any present-day … Continue reading