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The concept of a soul has been discussed throughout religious, philosophical, and scientific circles, yet no definitive description exists. Recent interviews with medical students during the production of a documentary film identified that many believed in the concept of a soul. This study explores students' understanding of the concept of a soul. The 2011 cohort of second-year medical students at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand were invited to participate in an online survey with a free text response asking students to describe their understanding of the soul. The descriptions of the soul included the soul as a \"spirit\" or \"life force\" and some described the soul as giving a person their \"values\" and \"personality.\" Students discussed the location of a soul with most stating that the soul was not attached to the body, but others mentioned the heart or the brain as the seat of the soul. A common theme related to the mortality of the soul emerged, with most believing that the soul left the body at death. Some students' concept of a soul was related to their religious beliefs, while others who did not believe in the concept of a soul described it as a \"myth\" used to bring comfort at the time of death. Medical students have varied opinions on the concept and importance of the soul. It is important to recognize the diversity of views when exploring the process of death and spirituality with medical students.
In Our Element weaves together Eastern medicine, Western psychology, Indigenous traditions, and African ancestral principles of spirituality. With a practical approach that incorporates journal prompts, flower essences, yoga poses, and music, Lindsay Fauntleroy teaches you how to tap into the five elements for a balanced and empowered life that aligns with your soul's calling.
For millennia, people have been drawn to rich coves in search of wild foods (ramps! morels!) and medicine (ginseng, cohosh and bloodroot). But these forests also fulfill another essential human need: a place to commune with nature in the deepest way possible.
Now, however, the powerfully medicinal goldenseal has been poached to near extinction, and ginseng, once abundant, is similarly rare. Even regionally adored ramps are at risk of overharvesting. So these days, we go to the forest to satiate our souls rather than our stomachs.
God created laughter and humor because He knew that we would need the soul medicine it provides in this fallen world. So how do we take this soul medicine and make it part of our daily spiritual health regimen
One of the nightly rituals I started during some really hard years was to watch the back-to-back reruns of Frasier before bed. They made me laugh so hard, and for an hour every night my weary soul was strengthened. Those minutes of laughter lightened the load of my heart and gave me a break. Find what tickles your funny bone and make it a regular habit to build laughter time into your life.
They are collaborating with local medicine keepers, healers, musicians, and an incredible vegan cuisine team to make this a truly immersive, cleansing, supportive, and integrative experience. The sacred directions, elements, and aspects of being will guide your time together, forming a program of deep exploration and reflection.
Together, you co-create a space to weave your souls with somatic movement, sound, and ritual for personal exploration and expansion of your souls. Holding and nourishing each other in community of like-minded humans.
Mushroom ceremonies are still connected to their ancestral roots here in Mexico and local psychologist, integration expert, and powerful medicine woman Mariana will be guiding your Psilocybin and Bufo ceremonies.
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