Tag: Lissa Rankin

5 Tips for Saving the Planet with Sacred Activism – Lissa Rankin

Posted by on September 21, 2017 in Activism, Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living with 0 Comments
5 Tips for Saving the Planet with Sacred Activism – Lissa Rankin

Dr. Lissa Ranin: So how might we marry Being with Doing, in service to co-creating the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible? Here are 5 Tips for Saving the Planet with Sacred Activism

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Why Is Preventable Medical Error the #3 Cause of Death in the U.S.?

Why Is Preventable Medical Error the #3 Cause of Death in the U.S.?

Is more bureaucracy the solution to avoiding medical error — or is it the problem? Two doctors weigh in.

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Do We Really Create Our Own Reality?

Posted by on October 21, 2015 in Manifestation / LOA, Reality Shift, Reality's Edge with 5 Comments
Do We Really Create Our Own Reality?

The world needs you to fulfill your sacred purpose—pronto!

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10 Things I Learned from Cancer Survivors

10 Things I Learned from Cancer Survivors

Among this group of cancer-surviving women I noticed that they all shared one remarkable thing in common. They had all faced down death and decided to live every day like it might be their last.

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Scientific Proof That We Can Heal Ourselves

Scientific Proof That We Can Heal Ourselves

The placebo effect is concrete evidence that the body has its own innate self repair system. A study was conducted with 3500 participants who had all been diagnosed with an incurable disease like cancer, HIV, various heart diseases, etc. Through the placebo effect, everyone’s illness had all disappeared without treatment. Lissa Rankin goes on to talk about a specific case about a man named Mr. Wright, who had been given drugs that he truly believed would cure his cancer. Within days his tumors shrunk to half their size!

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Where’s My Tribe? 7 Tips for Finding Your People

Where’s My Tribe? 7 Tips for Finding Your People

I spent much of my life tiptoeing around my desire to find a group of people among whom I could be unconditionally loved and accepted, while staying in alignment with my true nature… I tried to find my tribe, but I always felt like the odd duck swimming with swans, who all seemed to enjoy a sense of belonging I never quite felt.

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