The recent popularity of Suzanne Collin’s thrilling trilogy of books, titled The Hunger Games, is a testament to its power to inspire.
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Victoria Falls on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia in southern Africa is a great place for spiritual healing.
In philosopher Ilchi Lee’s book In Full Bloom: A Brain Education Guide for Successful Aging, he discusses how techniques to control the brain may help individuals to remain lucid, flexible and enlightened as they age.
In his book Brain Wave Vibration, author and philosopher Ilchi Lee explains how the practice was born and how people can use it in their own homes to open their minds and improve their health.
TweetWhen we are busy we lose our Selves. We have no time to listen to the voice of our soul. Rather than the follow the voice of our soul, we fall into emotions and desires. We fall into the illusion that these emotions and desires are our own. We become distant from the voice of [...]
TweetOn September 22nd and 24th, there have been “Walks For Peace” held here in Santa Fe, New Mexico. We are happy to report that Healing Society In Action has been instrumental in the walks and that the Declaration Of Humanity was read at the conclusion of each walk. The first event took place on Saturday [...]
TweetWe are all Earth Citizens regardless of our nationality whether it is American, Korean, Canadian or any other nation on this planet. The purpose of the Declaration of Humanity is to promise each other and ourselves that we will help the Earth recover her natural beauty beyond race, nation and religion. It is a declaration of [...]
TweetMission To assist people to recover original perfect health and evolve consciousness To assist people, with this heightened awareness, to heal our society and the Earth To overcome the limitations of materialism and to open a new culture of spirituality in the world Healing Society is socio-cultural activism which focuses on “Earth Love” and “Human [...]
Research that was published in the American Psychological Association’s journal Emotion suggests that those who practice regular meditation have increased gray matter thickness in their brains, which implies a greater tolerance to pain and emotion.