About Dr. Glassman And His Work
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Does prayer help people recover from illness? Some studies say yes, some say no. But when prayer doesn’t seem to help, what happens to the faith of devout believers? When you’ve prayed and prayed and yet a loved one does not get better and perhaps dies, what then? Over my twenty-two years of medical practice, I have been around death and dying a lot; around people who believe in prayer and around others who did not; around people who believe in God and an after-life and those who did not. It’s been my observation that people who call themselves religious and/or God-fearing die just the same as those who do not. Why pra... Read More >>
While we tend to look to the past for reassurance, the past is history and gone forever. Dwelling in the past and harboring thoughts of “woulda, coulda, shoulda” can lead to depression. The fact remains: No one can say how life might have turned out under different circumstances. Assuming things would be better—and worrying about it—is just unproductive speculation. Past and Future Decisions you made yesterday or events that occurred last month or 10 years ago did not happen within a vacuum. They set off other events within your environment and affected others around you. It is really impossible to say for certai... Read More >>
Mucous, runny nose, congestion, coughing, sneezing…yuk!! Tis the season. In my years of practice, it has gotten old for me to, basically, tell patients to tough it out; especially if they are my own family or friends! So here are some sure fire ways that I have learned from patients and personal use that will make your symptoms get better really quick. 1. Alkalol – No not alcohol! This is a natural, non-prescription mixture of invigorating extracts and natural oils that has been around for over one hundred years! It works. You can mix it with saline or distilled water in a spray bottle or gargle with it. This... Read More >>
All of us, you and me, possess a primitive nature and a divine nature. The former is controlled by what I have called and identified as the automatic brain, or AB. It protects us, rightfully or wrongfully, form danger, threat, or vulnerability, by making us fight or flee. Since we all possess an AB, including us doctors, it means that any question of our authority can be interpreted consciously or subconsciously as an attack, thus causing fighting or fleeing. The white coat serves as a convenient veneer and our actions and advice let us maintain an air of authority and self-confidence, even if that air may sometimes be less than genuine... Read More >>
We’ve all been taught that it’s better to give than receive. But, what if it was really the other way around? If we look deep into ourselves, we might realize that there is not a giving problem that stands in the way of our ability to receive what is right for us. Instead, for many of us, it’s actually a receiving problem. I often say, "we attract what we are prepared to receive". For many of us, receiving good fortune acts as a danger trigger to our automatic brain. For example, growing up you may have heard statements like, “those greedy business owners” or “blessed be the poor.” So fas... Read More >>
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