Tag Archives: Divinity

What Is Spirituality?

                       What Is Spirituality? Majid Ali, M.D. The longer I work with my patients, the more aware I become of the fundamentality of the spiritual in health and disease. Here is just one observation concerning the phenomena I refer to: An open heart does not close its arteries, and a closed heart cannot keep its arteries open. I anticipate snickering

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Shapes of Cuelty

                                                        Majid Ali, M.D. Emigration is traumatic. The old support structures of immigrants are uprooted, and the new ones need time to take root. Even after many years, the new relationships are fragile. For immigrants, the conflict between old and new values is never fully resolved. The children of immigrants grow up in the adopted country with little, if any,

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Before He Died, I Told Him I Loved Him. Do You Think He Heard Me?

                                                         Majid Ali, M.D.                                                                    A True Story Marie, a thin woman with an intense face, walked into my consultation room and eyed me suspiciously. I stood up to greet her and invited her to sit on a chair. She thanked me nervously and sat at the edge of a chair. She was distraught and obviously depressed. I decided to

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The Sword Story

                                                                                         Majid Ali, M.D. Andrew had been disabled with chronic fatigue for about a year when he first consulted me. I sensed something different about Andrew within moments of his entering my office. I finished scanning the chronic fatigue questionnaire I use in my practice and looked up to ask him some questions about his health. He stared at me

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Healing By Sweat of the Soul – Abandonment Pain 31 Years After Divorce

                                                        Majid Ali, M.D. An Article of Spiritual Healing Course    I entered my consultation room and found my patient, a 74-year-old woman, sobbing inconsolably. I picked up a box of tissue paper

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